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SWR Bass 750

Bass Guitar Amp Head from SWR .

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MGR/BigcheezeMGR/Bigcheeze

SWR Bass 750

SWR Bass 750Published on 09/29/02 at 15:00
I purchased the SWR Bass 750 amp at Bang Music Store, Stafford Virginia for only $499.00 + tax. It was there Summer Blowout Sale and I was fortunate to get it. The unit still had a price tag for $1080.00. The store manage was willing to let it go for $499.00, it was the last one in the store. I was looking to purchase the Fender Bassman 400 seperates when I walked into the store. But after I heard the SWR equipment (Goliath III 4X10's and The Big Ben 18 inch bass speaker . I was sold!!!!

The look, the style, the quality, and the clean articulate power. I also purchased a Fender DeArmond Pilot Pro 5 string natural finish bass. And when you pull the Bass "turbo" control on OOOOHHHHHH, you...…
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I purchased the SWR Bass 750 amp at Bang Music Store, Stafford Virginia for only $499.00 + tax. It was there Summer Blowout Sale and I was fortunate to get it. The unit still had a price tag for $1080.00. The store manage was willing to let it go for $499.00, it was the last one in the store. I was looking to purchase the Fender Bassman 400 seperates when I walked into the store. But after I heard the SWR equipment (Goliath III 4X10's and The Big Ben 18 inch bass speaker . I was sold!!!!

The look, the style, the quality, and the clean articulate power. I also purchased a Fender DeArmond Pilot Pro 5 string natural finish bass. And when you pull the Bass "turbo" control on OOOOHHHHHH, you rrrreeeaaally begin to feel the rumble generated for the low "B".

The amp is heavy. If you have to move it around. Also you get a hiss if you turn the master volume up past 3/4.

Outstanding workmanship, solid, beautiful chrome finish. Shines beautiful when polished.

I play for my church and with the organ I though that all of this new equipment would just be mushy with the organ bass. But I am totally impressed with the ability of the Bass 750 amp with the SWR speakers to produce a clean articulate sound.

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MGR/djzoranMGR/djzoran

SWR Bass 750 Amplifier

SWR Bass 750Published on 01/30/02 at 15:00
I bought this amp from Musiciansbuy.com fro $850, no tax, no shipping charge. I was playing in a punk band for a coupla’ months, and the Workingmans 15’ combo + extention cabinet(15“) just was not cuttin’ it! The drummer could not get himself to play softer, and the guitar players’ Peavey 5150 was cranked to an obnoxiously high level, so I got the SWr Bass 750, and the SWR Workingmans Tower(8x10)

This amp kicks ass! plus, it has a fan, which the SWR 15” combo does not, so I could fry eggs on the heat sink after playing it at a lowd setting, that can’t be good.
the limiter acts like a compressor, sounds really cool when cranked up. With this amp you get the warmth of a 12ax7 tube...…
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I bought this amp from Musiciansbuy.com fro $850, no tax, no shipping charge. I was playing in a punk band for a coupla’ months, and the Workingmans 15’ combo + extention cabinet(15“) just was not cuttin’ it! The drummer could not get himself to play softer, and the guitar players’ Peavey 5150 was cranked to an obnoxiously high level, so I got the SWr Bass 750, and the SWR Workingmans Tower(8x10)

This amp kicks ass! plus, it has a fan, which the SWR 15” combo does not, so I could fry eggs on the heat sink after playing it at a lowd setting, that can’t be good.
the limiter acts like a compressor, sounds really cool when cranked up. With this amp you get the warmth of a 12ax7 tube Pre-amp, which the SWR Power 750 does not have.


There isn’t one damn thing I don’t like about this amp, I love it!

Rock solid, It’s like the Harley of bass amps, it might get you laid, awsome sound and lots of chrome!!!!

If you’ve got $850 to spend on an amp, this is the your best bet!


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  • Manufacturer: SWR
  • Model: Bass 750
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 06/07/2006

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