Bit of a gear clear out. Laney Ironheart combo (SOLD)

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Bit of a gear clear out. Laney Ironheart combo (SOLD)

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Laney IRT 212 combo. Good condition. Comes with a spare set of 6l6's and footswitch.
$575 Free freight. (SOLD)

Boss ES5 - $450 (SOLD)

Decided to flick on my 2 V30's. Both 8 ohm, Good condition.
Would rather sell them as a pair at this stage. May separate later. $290 for the pair, free freight. (SOLD)

Decided I need to sell my Peavey Classic 50/50 stereo power amp.
8 X EL84's (Russian military grade), just had a service too.
It can be bridged into mono 100 watts or run two cabs at 50 watts per side. LOUD!
This thing sounds bloody awesome with the right modeler/pedal running into it. Can be used as a slave amp or W/D/W setup.
Weighs a metric fucken tonne, so I'm thinking $450 posted North Island, $470 South Island. Will pack it well.
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I'll take the Yeti.

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How good does the yeti clean up with guitar volume?

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robthemac wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:37 am
I'll take the Yeti.
Beat me to it. :clap: :thumbup:

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IMOCD wrote:
Mon Aug 31, 2020 8:39 am
How good does the yeti clean up with guitar volume?
Shoot first, ask questions later.

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Sinvertek please?
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In normal circumstances I'd buy the TC Nova as a backup. In a time of Covid, fat chance. Consider this a recommendation - these are one of the best floor multiFX ever.

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rickenbackerkid wrote:
Wed Sep 02, 2020 10:17 pm
In normal circumstances I'd buy the TC Nova as a backup. In a time of Covid, fat chance. Consider this a recommendation - these are one of the best floor multiFX ever.
They are great, and the blip on startup is just that. Sometimes you just get a blank screen for an odd reason. Cycle the power and bobs your knob.
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ISP Stealth stereo power amp added. 180 watts.
$250 shipped

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PM'd :thumbup:

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ISP sold.

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griff7628 wrote:
Thu Sep 03, 2020 10:51 am
ISP sold.
what are you using to power your AxeFx?

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damn,too slow!

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Damn. Too slow woulda been keen for the stealth

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current hmm haaa'ing whether i need the TC. Lotta fx for the money.
edit,phew its sold.Love that decision making process !

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