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Ampeg Classic SVT-CL

Bass Guitar Amp Head from Ampeg belonging to the Classic series.

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Ampeg Classic SVT-CLPublished on 08/24/12 at 10:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I have already written a review about SVT CL (with photos, details and all ...) but has since landed in the section on SVT CL HERITAGE, and the transition has lost all his photos .dropoff window
If a speaking could rectify ...

USE

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SONORITS

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NOTICE GLOBAL

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Ampeg Classic SVT-CLPublished on 08/17/13 at 05:57
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a lamp for amplifying a power of 300W and developed an impedance of 2 ohms and 4
SVT CL has several controls: Gain, Master, Bass, Treble, parametric mids

UTILIZATION

regardless of the configuration, the SVT CL sounds!

SOUNDS

SVT CL adapts to any style of music.
I play with a Fender precision bass or a gibson thunderbird and some effects (mainly distortion or over drive) as the Boss ODB
I love playing fat, especially with the ultra Lo and Hi

OVERALL OPINION

before that time I owned the head Hartke HA 3500 then orange terror bass but even if the SVT CL remains an expensive price ampeg the quality is there
after 2 years of use the biggest problem is its weight: 40 kg or......
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a lamp for amplifying a power of 300W and developed an impedance of 2 ohms and 4
SVT CL has several controls: Gain, Master, Bass, Treble, parametric mids

UTILIZATION

regardless of the configuration, the SVT CL sounds!

SOUNDS

SVT CL adapts to any style of music.
I play with a Fender precision bass or a gibson thunderbird and some effects (mainly distortion or over drive) as the Boss ODB
I love playing fat, especially with the ultra Lo and Hi

OVERALL OPINION

before that time I owned the head Hartke HA 3500 then orange terror bass but even if the SVT CL remains an expensive price ampeg the quality is there
after 2 years of use the biggest problem is its weight: 40 kg or nickname of the tombstone.
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" A killer!"

Ampeg Classic SVT-CLPublished on 07/21/13 at 13:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I think the characteristics of the head are known to all.

UTILIZATION

Use could not be more simple. You plug it sounds. The equalizers (three in number) are easy to use. To get a good sound, well I say it's like all the amps, it requires research. After the equalizer is quite simple (Bass, mid, high), suddenly it is quite easy compared to others.

SOUNDS

The sound! A killer! A grain, round and warm sound, which is currently well that I asked (rock). To see over time, other styles that happens.
I coupled with a 410HLF. It sends severe. I play a 5 string fender american deluxe, I found the perfect 5th chord, low as it should, without puking. I also use a Boss ME-50B pedal.
For......
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I think the characteristics of the head are known to all.

UTILIZATION

Use could not be more simple. You plug it sounds. The equalizers (three in number) are easy to use. To get a good sound, well I say it's like all the amps, it requires research. After the equalizer is quite simple (Bass, mid, high), suddenly it is quite easy compared to others.

SOUNDS

The sound! A killer! A grain, round and warm sound, which is currently well that I asked (rock). To see over time, other styles that happens.
I coupled with a 410HLF. It sends severe. I play a 5 string fender american deluxe, I found the perfect 5th chord, low as it should, without puking. I also use a Boss ME-50B pedal.
For the moment nothing to complain about.

OVERALL OPINION

I'm all for a few months. The budget for this type of amp is when therefore mm (1600 € for the head), but I'm not disappointed. Let's say I was stuck by her.
Cons: like say and repeat the weight! But it's good for I am ready to get tired back. And adjusting the bias, although facilitated by two screws.
I would do this choice without hesitation.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ampeg
  • Model: Classic SVT-CL
  • Series: Classic
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 08/12/2011

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