Sold Port City OS 2x12 Cabinet Loaded w/ Celestions

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  1. Evisious

    Evisious Supporting Member

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    Port City OS Wave cabinet in excellent condtition loaded with a Celestion Classic lead 80 and a Celestion Vintage 30. Sounds absolutely huge and amazing. Cabinet alone usually sells for around $650 and they are around $1000 loaded with speakers so this is a sweet deal to for one of the best cabinets available.

    Well packaged and shipped for paypal'd $675.

    Couple of questions that I got about the cabinet:
    • Speakers are both UK made Celestions, not Chinese.
    • Cabinet is wired with 2 8 Ohm speakers in Series so the cabinet is 16 Ohms.
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    Check my feedback on Reverb under: https://reverb.com/shop/adams-gear-garage-43

    Feedback on eBay: http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISA...userid=bluez_rocker&ftab=AllFeedback&items=25

    Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks for looking!
     
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2016
  2. hdspringer98

    hdspringer98 Supporting Member

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    2 8ohm speakers in parallel is 4 ohm. 2 8ohm in series is 16ohm
     
  3. Evisious

    Evisious Supporting Member

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    Thanks, for the clarification, yes its wired in Series for 16 Ohms.
     
  4. gtrjunior

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    Is this still available?
     
  5. gtrjunior

    gtrjunior Member

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    I saw you sold it on reverb...
     
  6. Evisious

    Evisious Supporting Member

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    So sorry, yeah its already sold. I still have the Classic Lead 80 speaker though.

    Thanks,

    Adam
     

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