SWR Workingman's 12
SWR Workingman's 12

Workingman's 12, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from SWR in the Workingman's series.

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Dinnis 07/11/2004

SWR Workingman's 12 : Dinnis's user review


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Value For Money : Excellent
A Transistor Amplifier for a power of 120 Watts,
160 Watts @ 4 Ohms (with extesion 8 Ohm):
-12 "Custom SWR driver
-Le-Son TLX-1 Piezo tweeter

This amp comes with a connector more than complte:
Among active-bass
-Between passive bass
-Output Direct Out XLR in and by 6.35 (Gant)
-Output for 2nd room

A qualizer 3 Bands:

Aural Enhancer,

Led Clip Pramp


The use is more than simple, choose your between your RULES qual ... and off you go ...
The Amp is mrveilleux and I n'xagre nothing perfect in concert (a little weak without repicage)
and studio sound can no longer Polyval.


The same versatility, it has a neutral sound, so if you got a good voice ... it goes low
I play a Cort Artisan (A5) ...
It is progressive rock with a big sound ... I use really the whole range of sounds, the rope if the flapping in the more subdued ...
You can do slap (Red Hot) and then out of the harmonics (the Myung) any sounds ...
The only catch the B string on a bass would have taken an active Diameter 15''(for the next ...)
But still even an 10 because I should have known ...


Cel will be a little over a year since I use it and I'm really happy, I would change but not brand MODEL ...
I love everything about this amp its disign sober, its size (it wrong ... because it is heavy) ...
SWR amps are not given as the range Workingman is an excellent qualitprix ...