'72 Marshall 2038 4x10 cab value?

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  1. dayn

    dayn Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Anyone have any idea? 60 watt lead cab with (4) 9384 10" greenbacks, built only in 1972 and signed by Jim Marshall.
     
  2. SatelliteAmps

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    Don't see those very often. Last two I saw both went for about a grand. They were in stores, so keep that in mind if you are trying to estimate a value.

    There are a lot of cabinets signed by Jim, that doesn't really affect the value.
     
  3. dayn

    dayn Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    I agree about the signature.

    Anyone else seen any of these sell, know of a "book value", or have a sense of what the street value might be?
     
  4. Tony Foran

    Tony Foran Supporting Member

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    I had one of those. One of the best cabs I've ever heard. Does it have the original tolex? Metal handles? Any interest in selling it?
     
  5. dayn

    dayn Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    All original. Selling, maybe. Idea of value?
     
  6. Tony Foran

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    A wild guess? $800-1500. I could be way off. Jim at Southbay could probably give you a better idea.
     
  7. Hipster Dofus

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    I had a RED one, but no speakers. I put some '67ish 10's in it, but they had issues. It was a COOL cab.
     

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