What's the Best Way to Unload a Decent Amp?

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What's the Best Way to Unload a Decent Amp?

Post by Brainfertilizer on Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:56 pm

I have a Crate G120C XL.

It has two channels, chorus, and reverb.

One knob is missing but the stem is still easy to turn; and the chorus knob stem is broken off, but still turns/works...you just have to be careful to turn the stub. Other than that, it works perfectly.

It is probably too heavy to ship.

It isn't even attracting best offers at $70 on Criagslist.

Is it really that hard to sell a fully functioning 100W 2x12 amp for just $50?

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Post by Iceman on Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:19 pm

It is surprising to hear that nobody local is taking a nibble at it. Shipping would be a chunk too large for most to swallow I guess.

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Re: What's the Best Way to Unload a Decent Amp?

Post by colt933 on Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:13 am

Brainfertilizer wrote:I have a Crate G120C XL.

It has two channels, chorus, and reverb.

One knob is missing but the stem is still easy to turn; and the chorus knob stem is broken off, but still turns/works...you just have to be careful to turn the stub. Other than that, it works perfectly.

It is probably too heavy to ship.

It isn't even attracting best offers at $70 on Criagslist.

Is it really that hard to sell a fully functioning 100W 2x12 amp for just $50?

Take it to a local music store and put it on consignment. Someone will walk in there and buy it eventually.

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Post by Sgt. Vimes on Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:32 pm

try putting a note on local practice rooms or shop notice boards, even college cafeterias.

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