FS Laney VH100R, Seymour Duncan pickups, Gibson LP Aluminium case.

Discussion in 'Gear For Sale / Trade/ Wanted' started by Edika, Jun 22, 2018.

  1. Edika

    Edika SS.org Regular

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    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Laney VH100R
    Modifications (if any): JJ 6L6 power tubes
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): Nope
    Location (City,State or City,Country): N.Ireland, UK
    International OK? : Yes if you cover shipping
    Contact Info (No Phone #s) PM preferred
    References (eBay or other forum userid): Some deals here with a couple of trades with Chiba666 and Manu80, bought pickups from cip 123 and have a 100% feedback in ebay as edika_123
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): £350 plus shipping

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    The Laney is in used condition and I'm the second owner. The previous owner gigged it but I have been using it for home use since I got it. It sounds great with great cleans and a very versatile combination of sounds you can get out of it. It follows the Marshall logic where to sound it's best you have to have it in high volumes. This is a loud amp and gets loud really quickly. It has 2 channel with two voices each and can cover a lot of sound sonically. A TS in front will push to more extreme territories but it needs volume to open up. It can take EL34 and 6L6 tubes, it has a reverb tank for genuine reverb sounds, it has 4 loops and can take of course all type of speaker impedance. I tried to sell it in the past but it sounds so good I kept it. However I'm mostly playing heavy stuiff and playing really quite so I have other gear to accommodate that so this is gathering dust lately. The 6L6's it has at the moment give it a more American sound but I think a set of EL34's will give you the more classic British sound. Comes with footswitch and footswitch cable.


    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Seymour Duncan TB4 and SH6N pickups
    Modifications (if any): No
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): Nope
    Location (City,State or City,Country): N.Ireland, UK
    International OK? : Yes if you cover shipping
    Contact Info (No Phone #s) PM preferred
    References (eBay or other forum userid): Some deals here with a couple of trades with Chiba666 and Manu80, bought pickups from cip 123 and have a 100% feedback in ebay as edika_123
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): £90 plus shipping

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    A pair of Seymour Duncans for sale that were in the Kelly I recently got. A fine set of pickups that can cover a lot of ground but I have a TB4 in one of my Soloists and the Distortion neck was a surprise as I thought it was a 59. I wanted to experiment with something different in terms of pickups so these have to go to free up space. They have a lot of lead left, the TB4 has about 17 cm and the SH6N is even longer. The SH6N seems to have a bit of the plastic missing from the side of the pickup but it doesn't affect it's functionality.


    Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Gibson LP Aluminum hard case
    Modifications (if any): No
    Accessories (hardshell case etc): Nope
    Location (City,State or City,Country): N.Ireland, UK
    International OK? : Yes if you cover shipping
    Contact Info (No Phone #s) PM preferred
    References (eBay or other forum userid): Some deals here with a couple of trades with Chiba666 and Manu80, bought pickups from cip 123 and have a 100% feedback in ebay as edika_123
    Price (include currency and if firm/obo): £299 plus shipping



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    The Gibson Aluminum case I purchased for an incoming Gibson Les Paul I bought. Unfortunately the guy that sold me the Les Paul though it was a good idea to put the guitar in it's Gibson gigbag and put it in a huge box without any padding at all. The guitar arrived in pieces and it's back to the seller with a refund towards my way. As the guitar arrived before the case and the case was from a private seller there was no point for my to send it back and ask for a refund. So I'm trying to make back what I paid. This was unused from the previous guy and obviously from me so you're getting a brand new case with the cellophane still wrapped around it. It is freaking heavy, almost like regular cases with guitars in them, and seems sturdy enough to withstand being run over by a truck (so to speak, don't try it at home). These went for £429 cheapest price in the UK new and while not a bargain price still it is a decent price for what it is.

    Hi guys I have a few things for sale so I decided to do one thread instead of three. Prices are more or less firm but reasonable offers will be considered. No trades at the moment as I don't need any more stuff so these are sale prices. The only thing I would trade for is a grandpa's guitars (been revisiting Metalocalypse lately) and there are two models I'm mainly interested the Fender PM-3 deluxe and the Faith Venus high gloss or even better blood moon.
     
  2. Edika

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    Bump and reasonable offers will be considered.
     
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    Bump and let me drop some prices

    Laney £320
    Seymour Duncan pickups £85
    Gibson Aluminum case £270
     
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