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Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by PinkFloydDan, Jan 12, 2006.

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  1. I need to sell these ASAP because I came across some serious heating/electrical problems in my house. I need 1500 ASAP.

    so I am dropping price. These are in excellent condition with leather covers. Made by Rich Raezer himself, before he died in July 2005.

    Bass 12-400 with cover. Bought new. Incredible cabinet and now a serious collector's item. VERY RARE--this is the last one rich made, I know, because he died two weeks before I got this. ONLY WEIGHS 35 POUNDS. Asking $600 plus.

    Bass 10 with cover: Same thing but 10 inch and 300 watts. Awesome little speaker that weighs 30 pounds. I WILL really miss this one because I can take it anywhere I go with ease. Asking $500, plus.

    Prices do not include shipping of $20 for 10 inch and $25 for 12 inch.
  2. No Interest at all? What if I drop the prices $50 for each?

    Anyone want to even make offers? These are great cabinets, especially for jazz and upright basses, but together incredible for electric. I just need money bad and I will go back to my Ampeg 4x10

    please? someone?
  3. PM Sent :ninja:
  4. bump. I need to sell this stuff. Offers?

    These are incredible cabinets. Where are all the jazz bassists??

    Upright players?
  5. bump and price drops

    $500 for 10
    $600 for 12

    both plus shipping
  6. Bump
    Is there any interest at all?
  7. taking best offers on cabinets now.
  8. bump

    Buy these cabs.
  9. puff father

    puff father

    Jan 20, 2006
    Endicott, NY
    Sorry man, ordered a bass. Bump anyway.. good luck.
  10. BUMP! make reasonable offers. Collector items
  11. On the 12-400 (impedance, sensitivity, etc.)?

    What I really need is an EA-NL210, but this is tempting. Can they be tilted up (for small jazz gigs/drum monitor/etc.)

  12. I got the weights wrong. the 12-400 is 45 pounds. the 10 inch is 32-33 pounds.

    Sorry. Still very light.
  13. BassGreaser


    Aug 22, 2002
    Austin, TX
    any pics of the cabs?
  14. Bass 12-400
  15. tombowlus

    tombowlus If it sounds good, it is good Gold Supporting Member

    Apr 3, 2003
    Fremont, Ohio
    Editor-in-Chief, Bass Gear Magazine
    PM sent.
  16. Bass 12-400 is under a pending sale.

    Bass 10 will not be sold.


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