I am selling a Mackie 32×8x2 analog 8-bus mixing console and 2space rackmount Mackie 220watt original power supply and extended power cable.
Works great and have used in studio.Excellent Mackie mic pre’s on all 32 ch’s, direct outs, sweep eq on all ch’s, talkback mic,8 bus,2 monitor outs, main studio outs,etc.. great as a live board or recording entire bands.Definitely a professional board. Also, has a mix B option to give 64 ch’s at mixdown.Lists new for $3699.00.Sells used for $1500-2000 usually. I got a great deal on it,so can sell it for under $1000.00 Analog,but super quiet enough to be used on digital recordings & great warm analog front end to digital recordings. I hate to get rid of it but I just don’t need this big a board.It’s a steal at $850.00, price is absolutely firm.
For sale as is,no returns,no refunds (too big to be moved back and forth,can’t risk any damage),will accept cash, paypal or money order only,no BS,weight is 70 pounds and another 20 for power supply, will ship but buyer pays for shipping fee’s and arranges pickup via ups or fed ex.Prefer local pickup. Email email@example.com or call 812-323-0669. 4 years ago
Honoring the legendary guitar designer Ted McCarty.
The PRS Guitars McCarty Electric Guitar is a dream machine. Thick, carved mahogany body, Maple top, Mahogany neck, 22 frets, 10” radius, Wide-fat neck carvings, PRS stoptail bridge, Rosewood fretboard, Pearl and abalone moon inlays, Vintage Cluson-style tuners, McCarty pickups with covers, 3-way toggle pickup selector, Volume control, Tone control with push-pull modified, coil tap, Gorgeous sunburst finish, Includes hardshell case Showroom condition $1494 Actual shipping/handling charges will apply 252-480-9556 firstname.lastname@example.org 4 years ago
The next item on the chopping block is a Speakeasy Vintage Preamp. I’m always amazed when I make the decision and effort to list a piece of music gear how great I feel. It makes me wonder why I didn’t do it sooner. Not because I don’t appreciate the thing, but because having fewer items is almost always better for me. 4 years ago
Brand new, never used! Need to sell.
TC-Helicon Voicetone Correct Pedal and TC-Helicon Create Pedal.
Has MANY features! Like having an engineer and producer in a pedal! 5 years ago
This was a beauty Rhodes—perfectly tuned and adjusted. It went to a good home (thanks for taking it over, Melissa). I’m thrilled it went to someone who will appreciate it and that I’ve also managed to clear out another instrument so I can focus on other musical endeavors. 6 years ago
I put 9 pictures on Flickr as it’s best described in pictures. The greatest part about this Rhodes is it’s been overhauled by David Ell one of the prominent Rhodes technicians living today.
In addition, I’d love to sell off the entire tour rig that supports this rhodes. Namely …
- road case for Rhodes
- effects pedals (delay, tremolo, phaser)
- Quiklok stand
- rhodes sustain pedal and rod
- road case for holding effects, stand, sustain pedal and cords 6 years ago
Here I go again … selling off another round of excess music gear. Use it or lose it. Out with the old, in with the new. Let go, let God.
First item on the ebay chopping block is my Nord Electro 2 w/ a nice hard case. Next up, I’m selling off another Fender Rhodes. 6 years ago
I am so happy to be rid of my excess music gear. I feel like I have a new lease on life. A few more bucks to put into maintenance of existing gear and finish out the basement remodel. 7 years ago
I suckered Thaddeus into buying my rhodes for $400 last night. Hey—that’s about $300 under market. I think I got screwed! 7 years ago
I sold my spare rhodes tremolo rail on eBay today. $214. Sweet. 7 years ago
I’ll be handing off the Leslie speaker to Eric Goetz tonight at 7pm. It’s a great rig, but I’ll be happy to have one less piece of gear for which to care. Also, Erik should really enjoy this Leslie. It’s sweet. 7 years ago
Okay, people. I’ve got the Fender Rhodes on Craigstlist and the Rhodes tremolo rail on ebay. Next up—get rid of the Leslie. Oh, I can hardly wait to have more stuff out of my house! 7 years ago
I went ahead and had Ben Noma (rhodes technician) adjust the sustain on this rhodes, so it’s ready to sell. Any offers? Or, just tell your friends that I’m selling a rhodes. I’ll likely add it to Craigslist tonight. 7 years ago
Time to get rid of one of my favorite Fender Rhodes electric pianos. This bad boy has been fully tuned and restored on the inside—however, it does need a sustain adjustment. If you live in the NW and are interested, you should take it to Dave Ell in Kennewick, WA as he is one of the best Rhodes techs on the planet today. Should be about a $100 or less to adjust the sustain.
I’m flexible on what comes with the actual piano. What’s included:
- Fender Rhodes 73 Mark I stage model
- sustain pedal
- sustain rod
- road case w/ locking wheels
- Quik Lok stand system w/ locking wheels
- tremolo rail that would make this into a suitcase model (without the speakerbox)
This is an interesting one as it needs a bit of work on the sustain, but it’s already had $750-ish in detailed tuning, regulation and action work complete. So, the right buyer would really just be taking it the final 2 yards. The heavy lifting is already complete.
more info on Fender Rhodes electric pianos7 years ago
This is a Speakeasy Road Box Mark II. It’s a custom Leslie with a 147 amp (prefered over the 122 by many experts) built in a road-worthy case on locking casters. The entire body is dipped in truck bed liner and underlying is solid plywood construction with inset amp handles—all designed for heavy touring. In addition, I had a custom padded nylon slip cover made that further protects this Leslie during transport.
The best part about this Leslie speaker is that it’s brand new from the ground up. Most Leslie’s are many decades old and have plenty of maintenance issues. Speakeasy has copied and improved on the original Leslie tube amp and spinning speakers—this unit is 2 years old. They go for about $2,500 new + shipping. I’m now selling it and taking offers. For the right person, this Leslie will rock and should offer years of maintenance free Leslie action.
What is a Leslie? It’s a speaker that you typically hooks up to a Hammond B-3 organ or B-3 emmulator.
This is a sweet ride for the serious B-3 player. Let me know if you’re interested. It’s located in Seattle.
update 5/31/2006: I sold this Leslie a few months back7 years ago
I’m normally a purger, but when it comes to instruments and gear I tend to collect. I’ve sold off much of my duplicative gear. I’ll use this money to complete my basement. Please send any buyers my way. 7 years ago