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Warwick Quad IVPublished on 07/05/04 at 07:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pramp lamps and transistor
400W
Speakon
4 SETTING THE pramp, boosts bass, treble, mid. No effect.
Limit Intgr self-mute in case of short circuit (very useful!)

UTILIZATION

Simple, sr, effective!
Possibility of digging the sound using the boosts quite effective and pretty too: blue LED
Everything is done with care and taste.
LED green / orange for CONTRL gain

SOUNDS

A DJ provides a neutral rglage rev nice sound, very modern
Suitable for both the metal (the trs dig the Korn, both slamming and full of info), that play more jazzy finger, and provides a nice gloss trs to slap in a game.
This head is normment versatile and competes with the legendary trs prs SVT3 pro!...…
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Pramp lamps and transistor
400W
Speakon
4 SETTING THE pramp, boosts bass, treble, mid. No effect.
Limit Intgr self-mute in case of short circuit (very useful!)

UTILIZATION

Simple, sr, effective!
Possibility of digging the sound using the boosts quite effective and pretty too: blue LED
Everything is done with care and taste.
LED green / orange for CONTRL gain

SOUNDS

A DJ provides a neutral rglage rev nice sound, very modern
Suitable for both the metal (the trs dig the Korn, both slamming and full of info), that play more jazzy finger, and provides a nice gloss trs to slap in a game.
This head is normment versatile and competes with the legendary trs prs SVT3 pro!
Used with a low Warwick, she comes into its own because it is made to collect a large output level for active low fat potato!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a year since I use it and I'm not!
The particularity prfre I probably sound modern ct.
What is more embtant is that it is in 8 ohms, less compatible with other speakers.
I tried the trace elliot, the Hartke, Ampeg, Peavey, and every time I missed a little something, either money or a correct sitting in grave, either mdiums that take the road; thing I found with the Quad IV
The report is qualitprix is ​​honorable, because in the same range, you SVT3 which is more of the same CHRE and less original.
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  • Manufacturer: Warwick
  • Model: Quad IV
  • Category: Bass Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 12/30/2003

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