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Don A

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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2018 7:56 pm   Reply with quoteBack to top

The Carvin VT410 half stack includes a VT50 all tube head with matching 410 open back 4x10" speaker cabinet. You seldom see these pieces together.

50 watts, 2 channels with independent EQ, tube driven Accutronics spring reverb.

Very loud amp! Nice tone.

The circuit is stock.

Brand new JJ tubes, electrolytic caps and bias has been set. This amp is ready to play.

In good condition other than a few dings, cigarette burns on top. New grill cloth.

Very easy to carry- the head weighs under 30 pounds. The cabinet weighs 35 pounds.

This is the same amplifier as the Nomad and Belair in head format. Better built than the Fender Hot Rod and Peavey Classic series amps.

Footswitch, speaker cable and power cord included.

This very good deal!

Local pickup in south eastern Massachusetts. Please don't waste our time asking me to ship this.

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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2018 10:20 am   Reply with quoteBack to top

Yes, that is a very good deal!

I have one of those 410 cabs and love it to death!

"Hide the decline."

Kiesel Aries, Carvin CS6M, SH445, SH225, Contour 66, AE185, DC135, CT4M, Bolt, LB76F, Vintage 16, Nomad
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