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Ashdown CTM-30

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Merton
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Ashdown CTM-30

Post by Merton »

Bought new earlier this year to replace a CTM100, I've been offered another CTM100 locally for a silly price and miss the extra headroom it provides. The 30 is simply a re-branded Little Bastard - I like to think of the LB dressed as the rebellious teenager and this in the grown up clothes.

With the right cab this is very giggable, especially if you like overdriven tones, and it's perfect for home and practices both in terms of output and portability.

I have a 4mm padded RoqSolid cover with this and changed the standard black knobs to the cream chicken heads used on the 100 and 300 models. Will also supply with a spare knob and bulb for the VU meter.

Ideally collection only (BR8 or RH6 postcode) for £300, add £25 for UK shipping as I'll have to get some decent packaging for it.

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Post by Merton »

Well I'm glad the pictures aren't tiny......

Try these ones...

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Gone!
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Post by redroque »

that went well - now for that Pandora SVT :)
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Post by Merton »

I'll keep you posted on that.... ;)
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