found it used on ebay...it was a studio amp that belonged to some guy who apparently didn't use his studio very often. Signed, sealed and delivered for $255
Lots of thump for not a lot of dough. These units are built and highly respected in Canada, but are not well known here in the states....thus the cheap price tag. The amp has basic controls, inputs for effects, and a cool contour button that spices things up if you like to slap (which I do). This amp is built like a tank...it's pretty stinking heavy, but if you take this amp with you places, you don't have to worry about dinging it during transport. Very sturdily built with a HEAVY grill to cover the 15 inch sub and the horn....plus an unusual color blue carpet job.
I added a handle on the side of the cabinet because I found that due to it's weight (50+lbs) and the shape, it was pretty difficult to carry...using the handle on top I found that if I carried it to the side of me I was tipping over, put it out in front and I was busting my shins. I am 6'2" and I think that if you were any shorter you might end up having a tough time carrying this sucker with the original handle.
beefy construction, limiter and contour buttons, controls for volume, bass, mid, hi-mid and treble. 1/4" inputs for effects, line and headphones.
Love this amp...sounds really good, nice and clean. plenty of power for small to midsize gigs. Do some research of your own on these amps and compare them to others. I highly recommend!