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Luke Geis

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Yamaha LS9-32 with Roadcase & JBL SRX-728 for sale
« on: September 02, 2016, 04:51:01 PM »

Been using this mixer less and less, so it is time to let it go to someone who can make good use of it. I have owned and used this mixer for about the last 5 years and it has always done me well. It is in like new condition and comes with the blue Yamaha cover. The case is a Gator case and is in very good condition. The case does have a doghouse. Mixer is loaded with the latest firmware. Asking for $4,000 with case.

This mixer is truly in like new condition and very well taken care of. It has done sound for the likes of Kevin Bacon, Robin Thicke, Debbie Gibson and many more. I hate to let it go, but it is time to make room for the upcoming advancements. The mixer is worth the asking price and the lowest price I have seen one go for on Ebay is $2,500 for one that looks like it went to war. The highest priced ones are going for about $4,900 with the average cost around $3,000. If you have a reasonable offer I will consider it.

The venerable JBL SRX-728. In good condition with minor scuffs. The grills are in great shape. Again due to size / weight, shipping is a challenge. These things always impress and they bring the boom.  Asking $1,000 each, but a reasonable offer will be considered. 

 I will post pictures shortly.

Shipping is buyers responsibility, but if you're within 200 miles of me I will meet you half way for the fun of it.
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Yamaha LS9-32 with Roadcase & JBL SRX-728 for sale
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