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SWR Bass 350

Bass Guitar Amp Head from SWR .

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"SWR Bass 350"

SWR Bass 350Published on 11/26/03 at 15:00
New from local music store in 1995 or 96. This is the older version with the red face. Check the "vintage" section on www.swrsound.com for its details. Needed more volume than I could get from my SWR Basic Black combo.

Paid about $500-550.

Simple to use. Great sound. Tube preamp. Compact. Nice looking.

Direct out for recording using amps settings or bipassing. Can use direct out without speakers connected.

Noise of the cooling fan? that's the best I can come up with, there's really nothing I don't like.

Design for mounting in rack case. Sturdy, metal. Nice looks. Easy to see controls. Rear mounting fuse for easy access.

Great amp. I've been using it constantly since getting it and......
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New from local music store in 1995 or 96. This is the older version with the red face. Check the "vintage" section on www.swrsound.com for its details. Needed more volume than I could get from my SWR Basic Black combo.

Paid about $500-550.

Simple to use. Great sound. Tube preamp. Compact. Nice looking.

Direct out for recording using amps settings or bipassing. Can use direct out without speakers connected.

Noise of the cooling fan? that's the best I can come up with, there's really nothing I don't like.

Design for mounting in rack case. Sturdy, metal. Nice looks. Easy to see controls. Rear mounting fuse for easy access.

Great amp. I've been using it constantly since getting it and never had any problems. Works great for many applications, studio to stage.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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"SWR Bass 350"

SWR Bass 350Published on 01/20/03 at 15:00
bought it at long and mcqaude for $1050 can. plus tax.

good tone, easy to use, versatile eq.... oh yeah looks great dressed in chrome.

so-called "professional" rackmount unit has an fx loop that is not very compatible with other pro rackmount gear. fx send and return are too hot for other pro gear like my compressor (drawmer dl241) and my effects (lexicon mpx100). the bass 350 fx loop has been made for stomp boxes. i couldn't get a fully wet fx loop signal without the inputs on my fx units clipping out of control, whitch in turn caused my main output to be too low. i eventually sold the amp.

built like a rock. very solid. no complaints at all.

i have played many other 350 watt amps......
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bought it at long and mcqaude for $1050 can. plus tax.

good tone, easy to use, versatile eq.... oh yeah looks great dressed in chrome.

so-called "professional" rackmount unit has an fx loop that is not very compatible with other pro rackmount gear. fx send and return are too hot for other pro gear like my compressor (drawmer dl241) and my effects (lexicon mpx100). the bass 350 fx loop has been made for stomp boxes. i couldn't get a fully wet fx loop signal without the inputs on my fx units clipping out of control, whitch in turn caused my main output to be too low. i eventually sold the amp.

built like a rock. very solid. no complaints at all.

i have played many other 350 watt amps and trough my eden 210xlt, and they are much more powerfull(about 40%). i think that swr's name is a front. their amps have the looks and their tone is okay, but their have their priorities all wrong. i believe their primary client focus is on young teens who don't really know what they are buying. if you are a serious bass player, with pro gear, don't buy this amp. it won't be strong enough and it will be problematic down the road. look for ebs or eden gear. gear for bass players by bass players. trust me.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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SWR Bass 350Published on 03/05/06 at 05:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Electronic pre-amplifier with tube amp
Power 2 x 350 W at 8 am
Jack connectors:
Before
2 front (passive / active and active)
Rear
5 at the rear (2 speakers, 2 effects (1 Receive, send a) a tuner input
1 3-pin Switchcraft jack for balanced output
Line switch 1 / Direct
A speaker fuse
A power supply fuse

Front:
switch power on / off
Button gain, Aural Enhancer, Bass, Level, Frequency, aspen, effects blend, master volume.
Active LED to limit

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration
its very good to default
very light and manual in English

SOUNDS

Suitable for any style of music
Hohner Jack Bass used on V and Custom Aria Pro II Avante Series
a very......
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Electronic pre-amplifier with tube amp
Power 2 x 350 W at 8 am
Jack connectors:
Before
2 front (passive / active and active)
Rear
5 at the rear (2 speakers, 2 effects (1 Receive, send a) a tuner input
1 3-pin Switchcraft jack for balanced output
Line switch 1 / Direct
A speaker fuse
A power supply fuse

Front:
switch power on / off
Button gain, Aural Enhancer, Bass, Level, Frequency, aspen, effects blend, master volume.
Active LED to limit

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration
its very good to default
very light and manual in English

SOUNDS

Suitable for any style of music
Hohner Jack Bass used on V and Custom Aria Pro II Avante Series
a very wide range of sound, the sound of heavy crystal-clear

OVERALL OPINION

Used since 1998 (bought new, my wallet still remember them) and always good
easy to carry (except the subwoofer), its excellent but still expensive (even used)
I had to try 20aine amp but I have not found anything to match it (except in price)
I think this is the best amp (head) I know but I did not try any range or all existing amp so no exaggeration
I think with hindsight I would do exactly the same choice! not hesitate!
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SWR Bass 350Published on 09/13/06 at 12:30
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Here's a head rack of 350 W RMS into 4 ohms (250 into 8 ohms)
jack on high and low impedance of the front panel.
REAR
output jacks on hp
direct out
effect loop insert
control of
gain, bass, parametric middle, treble and a presence, a balance effect (send) and a swith (pull off) to cut the limit
Adjusting the EQ is fairly destructive, but all my taste is good if you keep the fingers slightly on the set

a switch in the back to send the direct out with pre or post preamp

UTILIZATION

Bass amplifier design in a simple iron box

Adjusting the sound is not so far out of the transcendental sounds slamming (I must say that I use a speaker ampeg 410 h)

the limit is a......
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Here's a head rack of 350 W RMS into 4 ohms (250 into 8 ohms)
jack on high and low impedance of the front panel.
REAR
output jacks on hp
direct out
effect loop insert
control of
gain, bass, parametric middle, treble and a presence, a balance effect (send) and a swith (pull off) to cut the limit
Adjusting the EQ is fairly destructive, but all my taste is good if you keep the fingers slightly on the set

a switch in the back to send the direct out with pre or post preamp

UTILIZATION

Bass amplifier design in a simple iron box

Adjusting the sound is not so far out of the transcendental sounds slamming (I must say that I use a speaker ampeg 410 h)

the limit is a transfer if the aim of the attack in the sound

SOUNDS

To slap things are going well
for harder sounds round
the parameter is relatively inreglable

the effects loop is difficult also settle
a multi purpose (MIDIVERB 4)
lacking a bass and treble boot

OVERALL OPINION

I have 7 years I had the fan replaced pt

SWR does not sell to the individual it is difficult to find spare parts without going through the technical stations (you know in France?)

I like the look and simplicity of the machine

its price is too high for power

SETTINGS equalization is sorely lacking in precision

it's still a great amp that deserves its place in the brands even though the American giant in the rest innegalable
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  • Manufacturer: SWR
  • Model: Bass 350
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 06/12/2008

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