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SWR Redhead (Vintage)

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from SWR

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MysticMystic

SWR Redhead (Vintage)Published on 12/09/12 at 02:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is a tube preamp (12AX7) with a floor Mosfet Amplifier (240W RMS if I'm not mistaken). By the front from left to right are:
- Tuner Output
- Input active and passive entry
- Gain with LED indication of saturation
- Aural Enhancer
- Bass (and if you pull that goes into turbo mode)
- Medium (frequency and level)
- Acute (and if you pull switches ca super bright)
- XLR DI output box
- Level of DI
- Switch grounding the DI
- Master volume
- Mix effects loop.
- Switch to mute the internal speaker
- Headphone


There is a slot rack unit (1U) free below the amp to a tuner or a compressor. The cabinet has two 10 "and a tweeter (damped)

UTILIZATION

Simple...…
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This is a tube preamp (12AX7) with a floor Mosfet Amplifier (240W RMS if I'm not mistaken). By the front from left to right are:
- Tuner Output
- Input active and passive entry
- Gain with LED indication of saturation
- Aural Enhancer
- Bass (and if you pull that goes into turbo mode)
- Medium (frequency and level)
- Acute (and if you pull switches ca super bright)
- XLR DI output box
- Level of DI
- Switch grounding the DI
- Master volume
- Mix effects loop.
- Switch to mute the internal speaker
- Headphone


There is a slot rack unit (1U) free below the amp to a tuner or a compressor. The cabinet has two 10 "and a tweeter (damped)

UTILIZATION

Simple and effective. The equalos are super effective.

SOUNDS

simple and effective

OVERALL OPINION

Very good amp, a bit expensive but really nickel. It must eventually add a 15 "external for the whole spectrum of its capabilities (and play a little harder on the big scenes). :)
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  • Manufacturer: SWR
  • Model: Redhead (Vintage)
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/10/2004

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