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SWR Goliath III

Bass Guitar Speaker from SWR .

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ElphabaElphaba

Good stuff!

SWR Goliath IIIPublished on 05/18/14 at 12:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
4x10 "
Dynamic and frequency response.
Power.
Quality finishes. Brand reputation.

Used with SWR SM500, a killer.

SOUNDS

Down very low, good bass and clear mids acute.
Respectful of the timbre of the instrument.
Its very clear. Good momentum.

OVERALL OPINION

Used since 2006 in rehearsals and at home since 2010 and in concerts.
When I see the price of U.S. Ampeg cab I laugh. For 1200 € new value for money is excellent. I never found another HP that sounds so good in this price range.

Surely I would do this choice, even if he has a big flaw, the weight and bulk. ...
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4x10 "
Dynamic and frequency response.
Power.
Quality finishes. Brand reputation.

Used with SWR SM500, a killer.

SOUNDS

Down very low, good bass and clear mids acute.
Respectful of the timbre of the instrument.
Its very clear. Good momentum.

OVERALL OPINION

Used since 2006 in rehearsals and at home since 2010 and in concerts.
When I see the price of U.S. Ampeg cab I laugh. For 1200 € new value for money is excellent. I never found another HP that sounds so good in this price range.

Surely I would do this choice, even if he has a big flaw, the weight and bulk.
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manu69xmanu69x

SWR Goliath IIIPublished on 10/06/04 at 03:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
600w 4x10 cabinet.
I possess it in 4 ohms.
I use it with a head warwick prophet 4.
I use it in studio concert repeats
it behaves well

SOUNDS

Its very hot typs very, very high highs, perfect for slap funk (typ marcus miller) and because big rock dynamics.
for me the sound is great, the treble sounds like he's a very rich and therefore has typ not please everyone.
I transplanted into the studio with an AKG D112 on a simple scene shure sm 57

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year and I am perfectly satisfied, it is robust and compact adapt to any situation.
the price is a bit high but we have a Bafle of quality that has nothing to envy a ampeg.
I think eventually......
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600w 4x10 cabinet.
I possess it in 4 ohms.
I use it with a head warwick prophet 4.
I use it in studio concert repeats
it behaves well

SOUNDS

Its very hot typs very, very high highs, perfect for slap funk (typ marcus miller) and because big rock dynamics.
for me the sound is great, the treble sounds like he's a very rich and therefore has typ not please everyone.
I transplanted into the studio with an AKG D112 on a simple scene shure sm 57

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a year and I am perfectly satisfied, it is robust and compact adapt to any situation.
the price is a bit high but we have a Bafle of quality that has nothing to envy a ampeg.
I think eventually I will add one 15 inches below for more reinforcement in the bass but in my case, it is perfect for the studio, repeated cafs concert ... .
I recommend it to any bass player, however, take good care to try it before because the sound is typ
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  • Manufacturer: SWR
  • Model: Goliath III
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 10/23/2003

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