Huge sale of Tickle ex-rental kit today

Everything's got to go, everything's got to be sold!
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The directors of Tickle Music Hire have decided to sell a substantial part of their rental equipment stock following the disposal of their premises in Queens Park, north London, as previously reported in PSNEurope.

The sale of around 300 items is taking place on Friday 14 November. Viewing at the Kilburn Lane site is possible as of now, Tuesday, until Thursday, from 11am to 3pm each day.

The inventory includes classic guitar amps, drum kits, sampling equipment, outboard and a C3 Hammond Organ through to state-of-the-art pro-audio kit. “There are oodles of items that have been accumulated over the years!” says Tickle’s Tad Barker.


Bids will be accepted in person on Friday between 11am to 2pm. Winners will be notified by 9am Monday 17th November. “This is an informal bidding sale, not an auction as such,” notes Barker.


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