Ampeg SVT-410HLF
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Ampeg SVT-410HLF

SVT-410HLF, Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg in the Classic series.

MGR/ctargia 06/09/2010

Ampeg SVT-410HLF : MGR/ctargia's user review

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Black, Large, Heavy and sturdy, Played atleast 50+ shows with this beast over 3 years,

Bought it through guitar center from a former band mate who used to work at guitar center, so I got it with the employee Discount for $500. A new one will probably cost you around $7-800.

This cabinet is great, it can handle plenty of power and wont blow out on you. It is a perfect balance between a smaller 4x10 Cab like the 410HLE and a larger cab that is meant for big shows, if you play bars, clubs, and other small/medium venues this is the only cabinet you will ever need, this thing can fill a rather large size room with no problem, if you are playing stadium and large concert halls you should probably go for the 810 or even at a 15E for that extra low end push. But this cab is great for 5 and 6 string basses and will play and the frequencies your bass can play as long as you have a decent amp hooked up to it.
It has wheels that are on one side, so you need to slant it to roll it and move it from place to place. This can be difficult to store it in a closest when moving it up and down to roll it but when on stage its great to have a cabinet that wont roll of on you if you knock into it or decide to go all rock star and jump off your amp.

None that I can think of except that its heavy and hard to lift, but HELLO, its an amp!

This thing is built to last, you can buy a used one in confidence, and the resale value is high as well, for this reason.

If you are playing small to medium venues this amp is all you need, and with DI to the PA you should have no problem with larger venues. Its a great amp for a great price, I had to sell mine to pay some bills since I haven't played a concert in a while but I will definitely buy other one used when I have more time to play concerts again!

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