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The big gun . . . one of the industry's highest-powered bass amps!

The Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head gives you lots of tonal control and lots of power. This true hybrid features a 3-tube preamp, a Mos-Fet power amp that delivers 1,200W into 4 ohms, tone-shaping tools, and all the Pro features you'll ever need. For tone control you get 3 tone controls, a 5-position mid switch, a 9-band graphic, and ultralow/high boosts. It also features a defeatable optocoupler limiter, a variable 0-7:1 compressor, an internal 24dB/octave crossover, a 50Hz-1kHz crossover point, high/low balance control, tuner out/mute function, 1/4" biamp outputs, 2 balanced line outs with transformers, 2 effects loops, and 2 preamp out/power amp ins. It gives you classic SVT tone and more.

FEATURES
1200 watts @ 4 Ohms (2x600W) 
3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes
3-band EQ
9-band graphic EQ 5-position mid tone control
Ultra low and ultra high boost switches
2 balanced line outputs 2 effects loops
1/4" and Neutrik Speakon outputs
Input peak LED
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: 19 x 5.25 x 15.5 in. 
Weight: 42 lbs.
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AmpegSVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head
 
4.6

(based on 88 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (70)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (4)

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Excellent sound (3)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Amazing workhorse of an amp, w/ one glaring flaw

I have had my SVT-4 PRO for about three years now. It has gotten me through hundreds of shows, rehearsals, sessions and a national tour, playing every genre from blues rock/...Read complete review

I have had my SVT-4 PRO for about three years now. It has gotten me through hundreds of shows, rehearsals, sessions and a national tour, playing every genre from blues rock/ Americana to shoegaze to punk. I play it with several different speaker configurations, depending on the situation (SVT 4x10, Kustom 2x15, Acoustic 8x10). No matter what bass I use or what pedals I run my bass through, the SVT-4 PRO never fails me with that distinct warm-yet-punchy Ampeg sound. This amp is an absolute workhorse. While I would love to have an SVT Classic, I don't feel like lugging around an 82 pound head, and I am not at the point in my career where I can count on stagehands to set up my rig for me. At half the weight, the 4 PRO can get you the legendary SVT Classic tone with a little bit of tweaking. For tone snobs like myself, the graphic EQ is a welcome addition to the amp, allowing you to be extremely selective when dialing in your tone.

I would give this amp 5 stars, except for the one thing that everyone complains about: the balanced line out. It is terrible. I bought mine used and the line out was already having issues, which is probably why I got such a great deal on it. While most people blame it on the lackluster quality control of the newer Vietnam models, mine is one of the last St. Louis- made amps and it still has the same issues. PLEASE FIX THIS, AMPEG! It's truly the perfect bass amp, if it weren't for the line out! I have begrudgingly accepted it's flaw, and use a Darkglass MicroTubes B7K as a DI/SansAmp, and/or mic my cabs with an Audix D6.
I don't think I could ever go back to using another bass amp, as the SVT-4 PRO has all the tone and power I could ever ask for, but I wish they had a reliable balanced line out! Also, do yourself a favor and put this in a rack mounted road case ASAP. You don't want to risk damaging such a great amplifier.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great Sound, Terrible Quality

Go buy another head or find an old USA made ampeg. The old USA made amps do live up to their name. If you want better quality and better sound for a cheaper price...Read complete review

Go buy another head or find an old USA made ampeg. The old USA made amps do live up to their name. If you want better quality and better sound for a cheaper price go find a Demeter pre amp and a power amp that fits your needs.
This is one of my favorite sounding heads that I have ever used as far as pure sound goes. The problem is that ever since ampeg moved their factory to Vietnam, the quality has dropped. I have owned this head for about a year now and it has been in the shop about 5 times now for various reasons. I play about 200 gigs a year and cannot trust this head for any of them. The sound cuts in and out, there are mute switch problems as well as other problems. These heads are way too expensive to have this many problems. I have had multiple other friends that all got rid of theirs because of the same problems. A friend of mine is a manager at guitar center and does some ordering for them. He told me that ampeg sends them duds all the time and they have to send them back until they finally get an amp that works properly.
I've lost all respect for this company. They have poor support and terrible products. They know that their quality has gone way down but they charge more than they did before.
Mine has gone out countless times. I know others that have had the same problem and all gotten rid of them. If you want great sound from an amp that you can't ever count on, this is the amp for you.
If these amps could produce the sound that they do reliably, this would be a perfect score. But they don't.

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(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Great Sound, Terrible Quality

By Aaron Wolfcale

from Nashville

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

Go buy another head or find an old USA made ampeg. The old USA made amps do live up to their name. If you want better quality and better sound for a cheaper price go find a Demeter pre amp and a power amp that fits your needs.
This is one of my favorite sounding heads that I have ever used as far as pure sound goes. The problem is that ever since ampeg moved their factory to Vietnam, the quality has dropped. I have owned this head for about a year now and it has been in the shop about 5 times now for various reasons. I play about 200 gigs a year and cannot trust this head for any of them. The sound cuts in and out, there are mute switch problems as well as other problems. These heads are way too expensive to have this many problems. I have had multiple other friends that all got rid of theirs because of the same problems. A friend of mine is a manager at guitar center and does some ordering for them. He told me that ampeg sends them duds all the time and they have to send them back until they finally get an amp that works properly.
I've lost all respect for this company. They have poor support and terrible products. They know that their quality has gone way down but they charge more than they did before.
Mine has gone out countless times. I know others that have had the same problem and all gotten rid of them. If you want great sound from an amp that you can't ever count on, this is the amp for you.
If these amps could produce the sound that they do reliably, this would be a perfect score. But they don't.

(6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

svt-4pro head

By Rick Ramsden

from Detroit, Mi

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

If it wasn't for that monster ampeg sound I'd give it a 0 accross the board
This head definately can get any tone you want, and all the power you will need to push it. BUT it is the most unreliable head I've owned, and I'm a true Ampeg fan. I've had several different ampeg set ups and other brands as well. But there is something that just stands out with tone of a ampeg. I bought this head 3 years ago, at first for writing and rehearsing it was awesome. Then came the first live gig and was told by a soundman that I trust that there was noise in the Balanced line out. There is no ground lift on this head. So we took it back home and played around with different hook ups, still had noise. I got a new out of the box head and had the same problem. So I bought a direct box with ground lift, recorded, did several shows and the balanced lines quit working period. This is way TOO much money to spend on bad design, this the only model ampeg I've ever had problems with Im totally disapointed the unreliability factor!
Too much money for repeated problems, even when they gave me another head
No value to working musicians to go through repeated problems

(5 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

great amp!

By Keith Logan

from Undisclosed

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

Where do i start??? If anybody has a proplem with this amp is probobly becaue your not hooking it up correcty. Gotta make sure you have the buttons all pushed in right. This is a complicated amp!! Make sure all your cabinets hook up right to wattage to oms. you dig?? This Amp rocks man. More power than you can ever need. TONE! The 3 12zxy's give you way more tone than you can imagine. The only complaint is you cant ovedrive this monster, but thats ok, just get a ovedrive unit.
I have a usa made and a veitnam made and they both rock. no difference. i use to own the all tube heads.... im 50 years old... cant handle the weight! if the SVT is a 10 then the SVT-4 is a 9.5.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Amazing workhorse of an amp, w/ one glaring flaw

By Dan

from Providence, RI

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Line-out Is Horrible

Best Uses

  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording
  • Touring

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

I have had my SVT-4 PRO for about three years now. It has gotten me through hundreds of shows, rehearsals, sessions and a national tour, playing every genre from blues rock/ Americana to shoegaze to punk. I play it with several different speaker configurations, depending on the situation (SVT 4x10, Kustom 2x15, Acoustic 8x10). No matter what bass I use or what pedals I run my bass through, the SVT-4 PRO never fails me with that distinct warm-yet-punchy Ampeg sound. This amp is an absolute workhorse. While I would love to have an SVT Classic, I don't feel like lugging around an 82 pound head, and I am not at the point in my career where I can count on stagehands to set up my rig for me. At half the weight, the 4 PRO can get you the legendary SVT Classic tone with a little bit of tweaking. For tone snobs like myself, the graphic EQ is a welcome addition to the amp, allowing you to be extremely selective when dialing in your tone.

I would give this amp 5 stars, except for the one thing that everyone complains about: the balanced line out. It is terrible. I bought mine used and the line out was already having issues, which is probably why I got such a great deal on it. While most people blame it on the lackluster quality control of the newer Vietnam models, mine is one of the last St. Louis- made amps and it still has the same issues. PLEASE FIX THIS, AMPEG! It's truly the perfect bass amp, if it weren't for the line out! I have begrudgingly accepted it's flaw, and use a Darkglass MicroTubes B7K as a DI/SansAmp, and/or mic my cabs with an Audix D6.
I don't think I could ever go back to using another bass amp, as the SVT-4 PRO has all the tone and power I could ever ask for, but I wish they had a reliable balanced line out! Also, do yourself a favor and put this in a rack mounted road case ASAP. You don't want to risk damaging such a great amplifier.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Good Amp...When it works

By Nate

from Undisclosed

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Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

I love the tone. I can basically get any tone i want out of the amp. I love how loud and punchy it can get, I really come through with my loud drummer and awesome lead guitarist. But this amp has SERIOUS grounding issues. Some places i can take it and it's just fine. Other places I take it and i can't even play it without the amp cutting out. I've done everything I could possibly think of without replacing the amp itself. I bought it and power amp b was already dead. Not too thrilled with this amp.. per the title, it's great!...when it works right.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

SVT4

By Turin Turumbar

from Los Angeles

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

OK, first of all, this head is a mindless monster. You have to know what your doing in order to get your Tone! The Bi-Amping capabities are fantastic. But you have to make sure your doing everyting right. This thing goes down to 900 watts per channel x 2 at 2 OHMS! But if you bridge it below 4 ohms you'll blow it up. This thing will blow the paper off the speakers of a 8x10 if you let it.
You can get the tone of a all tube SVT or any of the big power house heads of our day- Eden, GK, Fender, SWR.....But this head has a Darkside. It has Endless POWER. If your in a garage band, move along to something else.... but if your in a big time situation, this head is the end. The Answer to all things Bass. Mine is a Vietnam made. I have run it a full bore and it has not failed me yet.
I can see how if you dont hook up the speakers the right way it will blow up. You have to make sure your Ohms to wattage is correct. You have to make sure your buttons are set right or you'll lose tone. All in all, i havent heard a better sounding amp, or id buy it.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

4 string good. 5 string bad

By sten

from Bothell, wa

Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

I have played this amp for the last 5 years. it is a nice amp. has good tone. and gets loud. i play an ernie ball stingray 5, and two ampge pr410hlf. they sound great. if you play a 4 string thats not dropped past "d". once you go lower aka 5 string at a voume more than personal practice, the low end falls out. the amp does have the 1200 watt power. but not at all frequencys. its rated at 1200 at 220hz (if i remember right) which is the middy tone. not the low end.also i feel that the overall layout of this head is bad. it is a racomount but you should not rack it due to the fans blowing out the side. directly into the rack. i have personally and heard a lot of blown transisters. also the direct outs are very loud and noisyi would recomend this if you will be playing a 4 string or like a mid range tone loud. but would not recomend for lower notes. i would not buy this amp again.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Killer tone

By Rockdoc

from Portales, NM

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Pros

  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth

Cons

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    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    Purchased this to replace a beloved SWR SM400s. Absolutely killer tone, clean, punchy defined bottom end. More highs then I would probably ever use. Plenty of headroom. Lots of great biamping possibilities. Only problem was that my effects are all distorted running throught the effects loop and I hope that this is a defect in my unit and not a design flaw. Use the same setup on my SWR so I'm waiting on a replacement to arrive. Folks at Musician's Friend have been increadible in helping me out.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    KIller Head

    By GHawg

    from TWIN FALLS, ID

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    Pros

    • Excellent Sound
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • heavy

    Best Uses

    • Performances
    • Performing Live

    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    Before this head I have only played through all solidstate heads or combos. The tube preamp on this head kicks out warm tone untouchable by any solidstate preamp or modulator in my opinion. It also has an onboard compressor that is very useful. The bi-amp capability is great considering that I have 4/10 and 1/15 speaker enclosures. This beast has all the power I can ask for. The Ampeg SVT-4 PRO that I purchased is USA made so I am unsure about the quality of the Vietnam made amps.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Amp

    By Jason-nmMjY

    from Chattanooga, TN

    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    I bought this beast a couple of years ago and really enjoyed it, but thought my tone lacked the clarity I was looking for. I had been using the standard Speakon cables through the 810 or the 15. I have just recently learned that you must modify the Speakon to +1/+2 on the end connected to the cabinet. Talk about a world of difference. Mono Bridging is the way to go. As loud as you want with plenty of tonal possibilities.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    One Bad Amp!!!

    By God of Thunder-BhvGd

    from Athens, Alabama

    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    I've been using this amp for a few weeks now and I love it.I can get any tone imaginable, it has tons of features and is a monster when it comes to power. I haven't even had the need to monobridge it yet, When i play it in my house it rattles pictures off the walls ans vinrates the entire house, all without compromising any tone and clarity.. I have this paired with the Ampeg Svt 410 Hlf Cab. I reccomend this setup to everyone

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Best sounding head available

    By BigAl

    from Sac., CA

    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    I upgraded to this head after playing a B2RE head. The power this head has in "Mono" is unreal. Endless tone options. I have it mated to an Ampeg SVT-410HLF and it cuts through every time. This set-up shakes everything. Ampeg is the best!

    (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    How low can you go ?

    By Tone Vicar

    from USA

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    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    I have owned my svt4pro for 4 years now and its the best amp made for bass. As a long time guitar player that plays bass as fill in work, I knew I had to spend a few bucks to get solid , loud, bass tone. The svt 4 pro will do the job with tone and volume to spare. Now I have a problem with tube snobs, and I agree they are best for 6 sting guitar, BUT Listen up!!. I have been at the music game for 40 years and played all the great amps ever made. I also worked in several music stores and averaged 1 mil a year sales at 27% margin. Again...I have played everything EVER MADE !!After deciding to buy the best (Ampeg), I did a side by side with ALL their heads and cabs. (Easy because we had a patch bay router).Little or no diffrence between the svt cl, svt vr, and the svt 4 pro. Sonically they are IDENTICAL. Tube snobs are snobs, and will always be snobs. The big difference oddly enough was in the cabs. Now I know the "Bomb" is supposed to be the 8 10 cab right ? WRONG ! Its nothing more than a grandfathered re-issue of the old cab from decades ago. NO IMPROVEMENTS AT ALL IN 30+ YEARS ???Not on my dime! The 6 10 cab blew the 8 10 cab out of the water period. The 6 10 is acoustically designed by computer software. It is ported. It has an adjustable horn. It has WHEELS and a dolly type handle .! IT SMOKES THE 8 10 ! Again....snobs are snobs.In a pinch, I would play any of the amps mentioned, but if your BUYING, save $700 to $1000 in cash on the retail price, and the cash your going to drop on tubes and biasing yearly and get the svt 4 pro.The only reason Im not giving it a solid 5 rating across the board is that they will overheat in a rack due to the placement of side fans as opposed to rear fans. Mine has NEVER OVERHEATED OR TRIPPEDin 4 years. I also have a problem with the price point on the svt vr seeing how its made over seas, an has had many problems with bad soldering joints and inferior components. Especially tubes.Buy the svt 4 pro and the 6 10 cab, save a cool thousand dollars, and have better sounding rig to boot. BTW ...after hearing me play live with the svt 4 pro and 6 10 cab , several of my cl, and vr tube snob, and 8 10 cab snob friends have asked me to loan them my rig for live shows and for recording !I charge them ..........for being snobs !

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Stop Looking and buy this

    By Jazzocaster-6wkt2

    from Chicago Area

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    Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

    Sound, volume, mix cut, best of all contemporary amps. You won't get this sound from any "lightweight"
    I spent months going from store to store trying everything available today that would replace
    The Acoustic 360 I had in the 70's. Everything was a disappointment until I plugged into the SVT4.

    Its clarity and tonal range are far better than all other amps available today. I was using an SVT410 HLF and felt it was a little lacking in the bottom so I added a SVT115..and perfection!

    If you have the money, this one will do it all, any venue with the possible exception of a baseball stadium. The tone you crave lives here.
    Good Quality throughout. Solidly made pro gear
    High priced....what things "top of the line" aren't?

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    WICKED AMP

    By SPANKIES

    from ONTARIO

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        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        ALL I CAN SAY IS..EXCELLENT JOB AMPEG.WOW THE NICE TONE THIS PRODUCES IS TOTALLY AMAZING.I HAVE THE USA ONE.NOT SURE OF THE OTHERS.I RUN 2 FENDER 810 PRO CABS OFF THIS THING WHEN PLAYING OUTSIDE GIGS.THE GREAT COMMENTS I GET FROM PEOPLE IS STAGGERING.IT NEVER LET ME DOWN.IT CAN FILL EVEN A LARGE SIZE HALL WITH BEAUTIFUL BASS JUST USING 1 8X10.THE TUBE PREAMP SECTION IS THIS AMP SOUNDS WARM ANA BEAUTIFUL.IF YOU CAN EVER AFFORD ONE I CAN ONLY SAY,,,,,BUY IT..I TRIED IT HOOKED UP TO AN AMPEG 8X10 CAB WHICH SOUNDED REAL GOOD ALSO.BUT FOR ME THE FENDER CAB PUTS OUT A REAL NICE DEEP CLEAN BASS BOTTOM END AND SPARKLING HIGHS WITH THE SVT 4PRO.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        You will never find a better amp!!!

        By Warwick_punisher

        from Winnipeg, Manitoba

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        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        The SVT-4 is a badass fire-breathing monster. Packs enough MOSFET power to run 2 8x10 cabinets! It makes the Mesa Boogie 400+ look like an antequaited, over-priced joke! If it's power and tone you crave, look no further!

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        great amp

        By tattooed white trash

        from Annapolis,MD

        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        I upgraded my cabinets to this head from the B2RE. The cabinets came to life. Night and day difference. I run ampeg 410,115 cabinets. I am gonna go with the 810 asap. My setup is great, but the 810 is what I need for all this power. Buy this head. You will not regret it.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Finest High-Power Hybrid Amp Available

        By Anonymous

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        I've tried ALL the serious competion (SWR + Eden) before settling on the SVT-4 PRO. In a word, it doesn't get any better, and the price point (as compared to a comparable Eden) is far superior !!This powerhouse (1600W RMS mono-bridged into a 4-ohm overall load,) in addition to "plenty of power" for other configurations i.e. Bi-Amp/Stereo, for multi-cab configurations lends to it's extreme versatility.Construction is second to none. At risk of using a "tired old saying," it's built like a tank. And, the countoured faceplate is attractive for those aesthectically-minded bassists. IMO, far more cosmetically appealing than the those tacky looking Eden amps.Tone variation is virtually limitless through the use of 5-preset tonal modes + a simple parametric AND/OR fine-tuning EQ (which with the flip of a switch) acts beautifully as a second channel.Combine ALL of this with a mute swith , "always-on" tuner out, Input Volume Pad for passive or active-pup basses, Balanced XLR line-out jacks, Dual Speakon and/or Dual 1/4" output capabilty + 3U rackspace capability......and....you have the finest hybrid amp available at any price.Note too that the multiple 12AX7-based preamp section of this integrated "hybrid" amp compares very favorably with all-tube offerings from Ampeg and others. And, in addition to paying many many more $$ for a "true" tube amp, it's far more portable, powerful, and less maintenance/repair-intensive. The SVT-4 PRO is also far more forgiving with regard to "clipping."Ther simply isn't room here for me to extole ALL of the virtues of this amp, except to say again...IT JUST DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER !!

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Sadly Unimpressed

        By PeaveyFTW

        from Canada

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        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        First I will say I love Ampegs, and would love a classic SVT. However I tried this paired to an 8 ohm 2x10 and it was very unimpressive. The graphic EQ was undeniably broken, and it didn't sound very healthy when turning the amp on and off. The other thing is it had no guts. I A/B'd it with a Fender Bassman 250HD and the Bassman sounded better and drove the single cab way more. The power output was was better through a single 8 ohm cab. As for sound I never quite found a sound that I could use, and half of that was the basses I was using because they've been in the store since the dawn of time. However the sheer power and 4 cab ability makes me say if your power hungry try before you buy, but check it out.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Absolutely amazing

        By 6-string king

        from Port Arthur, TX

        Comments about Ampeg SVT-4 PRO Series Bass Head:

        This is an amazing head... what kind of music do you play? Dosen't matter, this thing plays it all. No matter what I am trying to do I can reproduce the sound to match any style that I want to play. As other reviews have said, make sure you have a cab that can handle the tremendous power the SVT-4 pro can produce. I am currently running svt410 cab and an older model ampeg 18 cab. The tonal capabilities are astounding. With the 9-bands of EQ, compression settings, and the Hi and low- boosts; what else can I say... ITS AMAZING! Worth every penny.

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