Ampeg SVT-610HLF
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Ampeg SVT-610HLF

SVT-610HLF, Bass Guitar Speaker from Ampeg in the Classic series.

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Baxter_x07/15/2010

Baxter_x's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ampeg SVT-610HLF
I play on a Fender Precision Deluxe V U.S.. So 5 strings, active preamp and a pair of micro precision and a double humbucker Jazz. The head is a SVT4 Ampeg Pro.

I wanted to try this baffle me seemed interresting. More than 8 * 10 compact, lighter but without denying the power and volume.
Moreover, it is equipped with a tweeter. This is very important to me. This allows a very slap slapping and a fairly modern thanks to its side lens developed by the tweeter.

I traded against a 4 * 10 and a SWR bass combo Kempton.

SOUNDS

What first struck me about this speaker is its ability to withstand anything. Whatever the frequency and volume, the clip appears only in extreme conditions. (Gain + bass + v)
The second striking thing is the comparison that could make him compared to 8 * 10. Like, "Yeah it's just between a 4 * 10 8 * 10 and what"
Big mistake. 6 * 10 This is extremely particular.

Having already played on a Ampeg 8 * 10, it develops a more "punchy".
But not necessarily more powerful. Over the tweeter, 6 * 10 makes it more modern.

6 * 10 This is my opinion, is quite capable of competing with the 8 * 10 including the major scenes.
The difference is his or is it cumbersome for the powerful product. I've just never heard that! He snores without flinching.


OVERALL OPINION

I recommend it to anyone looking for a heavy sound while retaining accuracy and modernity in their sound. Needless to blindly fall back on the 8 * 10 or 3 config type body head +4 * 10 +1 * 15. Get off the beaten path!

Over the 6 * 10 is much more portable and less cumbersome.

I use it now for 2 months. I had another two 4 * 10 SWR. I think I finally found my sound with this cabinet.

Sometimes I think I get one second. But I still reasonable;)