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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Warwick belonging to the Sweet series.

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  • No fuss, just good tone

    Warwick Sweet 15Published on 01/03/18 at 07:19
    I purchased this amp over 9 years ago. In that time I have used it as a practice and gigging amp.

    First off, its a no fuss amp and really very easy to get a great tone from. 4 band EQ has not left me wanting at all. The "boost" switches provide a really quick toggle to some nice changes to your bass tone.

    I am a really keen user of 1x15 amps because if the really round bottom end you get from it, but the tweeter on the amp really gives you a clean and crisp top end sound from the amp, the tweeter can be turned on and off, I never turned mine off. I have been using this with Jazz and P bass.

    Its built to last, as above i have had this amp for some time. It still looks great, the......
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    I purchased this amp over 9 years ago. In that time I have used it as a practice and gigging amp.

    First off, its a no fuss amp and really very easy to get a great tone from. 4 band EQ has not left me wanting at all. The "boost" switches provide a really quick toggle to some nice changes to your bass tone.

    I am a really keen user of 1x15 amps because if the really round bottom end you get from it, but the tweeter on the amp really gives you a clean and crisp top end sound from the amp, the tweeter can be turned on and off, I never turned mine off. I have been using this with Jazz and P bass.

    Its built to last, as above i have had this amp for some time. It still looks great, the carpet has taken some criticism in other reviews but mine has lasted brilliantly.

    Highly recommend.

    One criticism, its heavier than other amps of its size. but its a small problem.




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  • Warwick Sweet 15

    Warwick Sweet 15Published on 12/01/03 at 15:00
    well i paid a quite a good price as such, i purchased the amp of a German "music store" the shop is self titled. I paid 444 Euros this is an excelent price seeing the fact that the RRP is 450 sterling. i bought it for its great review and quility of sound.

    well i like the sweet sound of it but yet you get the roar you need off a combo of this caliber. sounds ajusts well to any type off player from indie to funk this is helped by the 3 way EQ.

    there is not alot that put this combo down but if i had to choose it would have to be the lack of features which is expected off such a high brand of bass amp. they only have your basics but is this is helped by 3EQ.

    the constuction of......
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    well i paid a quite a good price as such, i purchased the amp of a German "music store" the shop is self titled. I paid 444 Euros this is an excelent price seeing the fact that the RRP is 450 sterling. i bought it for its great review and quility of sound.

    well i like the sweet sound of it but yet you get the roar you need off a combo of this caliber. sounds ajusts well to any type off player from indie to funk this is helped by the 3 way EQ.

    there is not alot that put this combo down but if i had to choose it would have to be the lack of features which is expected off such a high brand of bass amp. they only have your basics but is this is helped by 3EQ.

    the constuction of the sweet 15 is great how you would expect of most combos of this size heavy and back bracking but it isnt it is light, big but portable.

    overall this combo is great it has very little problems but wouldnt be anything to put you off. The price is great no matter if you pay the RRp or not it is still value for money. great sound what you need for any gig, has a mello sound with a strong background.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Warwick Sweet 15Published on 03/11/05 at 01:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Transistor amplifier, HP 15-inch + tweeter (which is not too much)
    -150 W
    I find the connections Reduces to a minimum: 1 hall, 1 headphone, 1 line out and effects loop
    Rglages-"basic": low, mid low, mid treble, treble, gain and volume.
    One can note the two small buttons of prsence: bass boost and treble enhancement, may be used ...

    UTILIZATION

    -Very easy to use, no need to have an IQ of 180 to understand how it works.
    -Of course adpend that you plug it but some trs rglages are Necessary for having a round or slamming.
    Yes no problem at this level.

    SOUNDS

    -I mainly play rock and jazz / funk
    Yamaha BB604 Bass-main effect with a Behringer Bass V-amp
    For my part, I......
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    -Transistor amplifier, HP 15-inch + tweeter (which is not too much)
    -150 W
    I find the connections Reduces to a minimum: 1 hall, 1 headphone, 1 line out and effects loop
    Rglages-"basic": low, mid low, mid treble, treble, gain and volume.
    One can note the two small buttons of prsence: bass boost and treble enhancement, may be used ...

    UTILIZATION

    -Very easy to use, no need to have an IQ of 180 to understand how it works.
    -Of course adpend that you plug it but some trs rglages are Necessary for having a round or slamming.
    Yes no problem at this level.

    SOUNDS

    -I mainly play rock and jazz / funk
    Yamaha BB604 Bass-main effect with a Behringer Bass V-amp
    For my part, I like the sounds "powerful" that falls well since this amp has a good potato.

    OVERALL OPINION

    -I for almost a year.

    Most:
    _Aspect Trs robust
    _It Felt its 150w
    _The Latrales grips are nice to transport
    _Facile Use
    _Bonne Potato

    The -:
    _The Cooling fan makes some noise (that's quibbling, because when we play we hear Obviously not)
    _No Intgrbr compressor /> _I think it saturates a bit faster when you go up the sound (nothing serious ...)
    _Connectique Limit

    Yes I tried a few other models before making my choice (Hartke, Fender ...), I chose the one for its power / price.
    The report qualitprix-trs is good
    Yes, I would do this choice, although I long hsit with Fender Rumble 100 can be enough for me ...
    In addition to this amp I use a little while, I also branch electric guitar or keyboard, and the sound is great
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  • Warwick Sweet 15Published on 08/20/06 at 09:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Cfr other notices

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is fairly simple but it does not always find its Search.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is very neutral and is therefore a bit of all styles ...

    I use no effect with a Yamaha RBX-374.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for 6 months ...

    The "+":
    - Good power / price
    - Good qualitprix
    - The "booster" of bass and treble
    - Easy transportation
    - Aspect solid
    - Up to tilt the amp (back style)

    The "-":
    - Saturates too fast
    - Its too "neutral" (no real personality)

    I'm not sure if c'tait again, I would do this election ... In any case I rflchirais twice, I would go for a less powerful amp but better.......
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    Cfr other notices

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is fairly simple but it does not always find its Search.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is very neutral and is therefore a bit of all styles ...

    I use no effect with a Yamaha RBX-374.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for 6 months ...

    The "+":
    - Good power / price
    - Good qualitprix
    - The "booster" of bass and treble
    - Easy transportation
    - Aspect solid
    - Up to tilt the amp (back style)

    The "-":
    - Saturates too fast
    - Its too "neutral" (no real personality)

    I'm not sure if c'tait again, I would do this election ... In any case I rflchirais twice, I would go for a less powerful amp but better.
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  • Warwick Sweet 15Published on 11/16/07 at 14:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a transistor amp's 150W dlivre rglemntaire hp via a 15 'and a small tweeter mutable.

    Connectivity is basic input, output line out, headphones and a send / return for effects. The analog rglages are: low, middle (two rpart) and Aiges, with a boost in the bass and another for Aiges.

    Finally the volume RULES is coupled with a gain and a master clip.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple without being simplistic. This gives quick sound you want is to say that of its low. Not really need books!

    SOUNDS

    I confess I am surprised by trs other reviews for this amp. The Sweet 15 has a standard quality: it is transparent and there is a very natural sound is to say that the bass with......
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    It's a transistor amp's 150W dlivre rglemntaire hp via a 15 'and a small tweeter mutable.

    Connectivity is basic input, output line out, headphones and a send / return for effects. The analog rglages are: low, middle (two rpart) and Aiges, with a boost in the bass and another for Aiges.

    Finally the volume RULES is coupled with a gain and a master clip.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is simple without being simplistic. This gives quick sound you want is to say that of its low. Not really need books!

    SOUNDS

    I confess I am surprised by trs other reviews for this amp. The Sweet 15 has a standard quality: it is transparent and there is a very natural sound is to say that the bass with which we play. The other great quality is the precision compared to other combo in the same power and same price. The bass boost is really handy for adding sub zero emissions as is the case with other boost.
    I did not notice it saturated, but when a patient who I had played over the prt mdiator with low active if a serious vacuum. Any fawn there is a clip when the prvient pramp 'saturates, so you have to play gain and master!

    For studio and scne the config 'idalie is taking the sound with a condenser microphone in front of the HP and mix with the sound of the bass caught with a DI.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used in lots of conditions: rptition, scnes large, small scnes, studio and I could hear it with bass diffrent during concerts on o shared the scne.
    Not the always the same precision and the same natural sound ... Some bassists have confrres t surtpris enjoyable and the gnral ings taient its contents, even in the studio!
    If you hate the sound that comes out of this amp, I urge you to change the bass!
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  • Warwick Sweet 15Published on 02/08/08 at 01:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    SPECIFICATIONS for, see other reviews.
    In my opinion, the carpet is cheap (SAVINGS on glue?) And easily pulled the corners. Ds that the warranty has expired I have tears and replaced by three good coats of paint.
    I like the Line Out for connecting another amplifier, a mixer or an active speaker to give more power. This is the solution troisime I intend to use soon, with The Box PA 302A or 502A.

    UTILIZATION

    I possde the 15.2, it is the same as the Sweet 15 but with a 7-band equalizer instead of three bands, which is very handy when the acoustics of the change and that pice has little time to be prt play.
    Easily obtained a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    Thanks the eq, you can not play......
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    SPECIFICATIONS for, see other reviews.
    In my opinion, the carpet is cheap (SAVINGS on glue?) And easily pulled the corners. Ds that the warranty has expired I have tears and replaced by three good coats of paint.
    I like the Line Out for connecting another amplifier, a mixer or an active speaker to give more power. This is the solution troisime I intend to use soon, with The Box PA 302A or 502A.

    UTILIZATION

    I possde the 15.2, it is the same as the Sweet 15 but with a 7-band equalizer instead of three bands, which is very handy when the acoustics of the change and that pice has little time to be prt play.
    Easily obtained a good sound.

    SOUNDS

    Thanks the eq, you can not play any prs. Personally, I play a little jazz, blues and heavy rock with. It's difficult to be heard with a battery, so I transplanted in gnral on the sound system via the Line Out.
    I play with a small Yamaha RBX whose microphones have been replaced by EMG PJ and sends really not bad (the output level of the bass is trs lev.) I also use a Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass and the sound is good.
    The sound is not bad. It's quite right (it's not good Markbass eh) but really saturates too fast: in the end, you push ds just the amp, has quickly become inaudible and we did not 150 W dpart announced, that's a shame (and lowers the note).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over a year.
    I like the low and medium volume, EQ Settings, boosts the bass and treble and the possibility of adding an active speaker. I do not like the tweeter blowing (hopefully it can be cut), saturation and untimely fintion cheap.
    I tried a few combos that do me no more or less rain in terms of its (the Fender Rumble 100 and the SWR LA 15), once I had the power to Warwick. I t's good on this point.
    The report qualitprix ... a cot is not a 100 W View ad is just as powerful (see, depending on the brand.)
    If c'tait again, I will not take it but the j'achterais Hartke A100 sending more with the pure sound much better, for the same low price prs. And it is less heavy (10 kg less.)
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  • Warwick Sweet 15Published on 07/26/08 at 03:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Read above

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to get the right sound. No need to read the manual.

    SOUNDS

    I use a Cort fretless bass and jazz and rather like style. With the bass I go back into effect for a neutral sound. I have a Fishman Platinum Pro preamp to adjust the sound. Normally I go with the fretless, and I put the basboost. I also use the Fishman for équalo and compression. So I have enough possibilities to adjust my sound without being dependent on the capabilities of Warwick. But with the bass I could possibly do without the Fishman.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months. I like the sound and ease of use. To play with battery is indeed a bit tight. Be transplanted to PA. Price /......
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    Read above

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to get the right sound. No need to read the manual.

    SOUNDS

    I use a Cort fretless bass and jazz and rather like style. With the bass I go back into effect for a neutral sound. I have a Fishman Platinum Pro preamp to adjust the sound. Normally I go with the fretless, and I put the basboost. I also use the Fishman for équalo and compression. So I have enough possibilities to adjust my sound without being dependent on the capabilities of Warwick. But with the bass I could possibly do without the Fishman.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months. I like the sound and ease of use. To play with battery is indeed a bit tight. Be transplanted to PA. Price / quality is not bad. It's tough except for the carpet. I do it again this choice with the same budget.
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