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Eden WT-400 Traveler Plus Bass Head
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The Traveler Plus Head delivers a powerful tube-driven 400W into 4 ohms. For equalization it provides 2 shelving and 3 semi-parametric controls. Auto...Click To Read More About This Product
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Compact and light, yet it packs 400W of tube-driven power!
The Traveler Plus Head delivers a powerful tube-driven 400W into 4 ohms. For equalization it provides 2 shelving and 3 semi-parametric controls. Automatic compression is added for overall control and a compressor bypass switch has also been added for situations where the automatic compression is unwanted. Mount it in your rack (hardware is included) or tote it in a shoulder bag.
- Compact and light
- 400W into four ohms
- EQ controls include two shelving and three semi-parametrics
- Automatic compression with bypass switch
- Rackmounts with included hardware
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I purchased my WT400 new in 1996 and it has never let me down. Great tone that is so easy to dial up. Actually, you don't even have to dial up much. It sounds great with everything set flat!Sure, it costs a little more than some of the other brands but you will be glad you laid it out so you can lay it down. The best amp I've ever owned.
I've had the WT-400 for almost a year now. I have nothing bad to say about it. In comparison to my previous SWR 350x, the WT-400 is much warmer and smoother. The WT-400 also seems much louder and can easily power two 4x10" cabs with the master volume @ 12 'o' clock and the pre-gain @ 10 'o' clock. What is most amazing to me: I find that I can leave the EQ flat and shape my sound through my bass's EQ and the Enhance knob. If you have a taste for nice sound I recommend this amp. For 400 watts it is impressive. Also check out Eden's cabinets!!
I've owned and operated a WT-400 for a few years now in a fairly active rock band and its been a fantastic amp, not a single problem or complaint. It's just a big, tight, warm machine.One of the best features of this amp nobody mentioned yet is the recording output (di). I've tried all kinds of di's for recording my Stingray, including some super high end stuff and the WT-400 beats everything, hands down. Nice for playing live through the p.a., too.
I have owned this amp since 1999 and have done substantial touring throughout the US with it. I have it teamed up with the Eden D410XLT cabnet and I love it. I have never once had a problem with it. I like the fact that it has a compressor built in and all the tone shaping controls you could ever need. I can always get the sound I want out of it with ease. The DI is great for live sound and in the studio. I am extremely pleased with it. It is pricey, but you are getting a quality product.
I used to own this amp, sold it last year to buy an SVT. I do not regret selling it, but I was very pleased with it when I owned it. (I love the SVT) All the features you could ask for, comp. is nice, DI level control is great.(reduces issues with phantom power) Loud for it's size, solid tone although a little clean and modern for my taste.
I have owned Crates, Fenders, Carvins and SWR. This amp blows them away. The quickest way to dial in a great tone (providing you have a good instrument) is to set all the EQ settings flat and boost the Enhancer Knob. You won't believe how good it sounds. I play a US Masters EP54 bass and run the EQ pretty much flat on it too. If you are one of these guys that loves to fool around cutting and boosting different freqs, you will be in hog heaven. I found that a little bit goes a long way on the parametrics. I had some noticable hissing coming from my compression horn and moved the treble from flat to 1 click minus and got rid of it (I've had other amps that I would just about have to completely cut the highs to get rid of the hissing) My sound man was impressed. SWR makes a good amp, I've owned three of them, but Eden rules!! Strictly my opinion.
If you are looking for the most power true to it's manufacturers rating, tone, reliability, and overall, just a great amp. Look no further!