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Warwick Sweet 15
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Warwick Sweet 15

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

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AlexanderBassSmith AlexanderBassSmith

« No fuss, just good tone »

Published on 01/03/18 at 07:19
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
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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