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Xcalibur Club - Bar/Night Club - 384 Grant Ave, Junction City

August 12, 2014, 10am

Auctioneers Note: Nice Selection of late model lighting & sound equipment. Not a lot of smallwares. Plenty of parking.


Bar & Seating: True mdl TDD-4, 4 keg, 96” bottle box, 120v, near new; True mdl GDM69, 3dr full view cooler, new comp, 120v; CRC 2dr s/s cooler, classic, 120v; domestic upright freezer; GE domestic refrigerator; 3 comp bar sink; 36” ice bin; Ice-O-Matic 320lb ice machine w/bin, 1yr new; 6’ s/s table w/ drawer; (26) stack chairs; (3) 4 person booth openings; (10) bar stools w/ back; (10) 2 ring bar stools; (10) 4 top tables; (3) tall pedestal bar tables; Bud, Miller, Coors Neons; Bud pool table light; asst’d bar glasses, pitchers & mugs.

Lighting & DJ Equipment: Epson, mdl 3LCD projector, Peavey, PV 2000 power amp; Denon, dbl CD player, mdl DN-4000; BBE Sonic Maximizer 362; Gateway Laptop, w/virtual DJ software, mdl MT 6452; RCA home theater system; (3) American DJ, DJ scan; mirror ball; Elation UV Wash; Lyle Quest, mdl LQ513, FLY3; Line Dancer ball light; Night Scrambler, dance light; The Saucer, dance light; MBT, The Saturn; OMD, One Man Band, Go Bo; American DJ, Carisma; The Lotus; (2) Chavet Lasers, mdl MinLaser FX/RGX w/ remotes; (2) Par 300; (8) Par 150; (10) Pin spots.

Auctioneers Note: Nice Selection of late model lighting & sound equipment. Not a lot of smallwares. Plenty of parking.

Terms & Conditions: Cash or approved check the day of the auction. Visa, MC or Discover. 12% live buyer’s premium, 10% if paid by cash. All equipment is selling “as is, where is”. All equipment to be removed by Friday Aug. 15, 4 PM.

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