Warwick Sweet 15
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Warwick Sweet 15

Sweet 15, Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Warwick in the Sweet series.

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Snew 03/11/2005

Warwick Sweet 15 : Snew's user review

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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