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It's old-school, it's cool, it sounds great, it has great casters, and it's not huge. Just a tad heavy. But....casters! Big ones! The perfect match for that Traynor Mono Block II, old ACC head, or old Ampeg V4/V2. $350 rolls it away.

Happy to trade it for a decent 1x12 loaded guitar cab.

I have this and an old EV B115M cab, and really don't need both for my old school bass needs. Come on down!


 

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Made the mistake of playing it with my latest bass head, and it was .... awesome. Anyone?
 

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A Fathom...cool, before they had to change the name.
....I bet it pounds.
 

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The Fathom sounds great - pretty early version (serial #2xx), in drop-dead mint condition. I've heard this amp through various excellent ported, tuned, transmission lined, computer-optimized, modern, lightweight cabs, but none of them have the fat, warm sound of the old-school bass cabs like this Doyle or the EV B115M cab. But I don't need TWO old cabs, just one. So somebody buy this one (or the EV B115M cab - same price)!
 
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