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Old 26th July 2011, 11:18 PM   #11
ppia600 is offline ppia600  United States
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That's a great amp. Years back I listened to one in my cousin's bf's pickup running two random 10's and it sounded great. I couldn't believe how tight that little amp held the bass. When I asked him about the amp he told me he was getting a larger one and asked if I wanted it. I had a golf cart and had just repaired it and offered it in straight trade. This was in another state and I was only visiting my cousin. She agreed to send me the amp. Well, he decided to go pick the golf cart up and never gave her the amp. What a scumbag. To this day I've never owned that model. :lol: I've owned a few amp380's and a few amp120's though. Glad you got yours sorted out.
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