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SWR 2771LX Standard Balladeer Contour Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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This '99 addition to the affordable Workingman Series provides 400W into 4 ohms. In addition to all of the controls and features of the 2004 version,...Click To Read More About This Product
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An amp that can handle the hefty work!
This '99 addition to the affordable Workingman Series provides 400W into 4 ohms. In addition to all of the controls and features of the 2004 version, this unit adds a 5-band graphic EQ to the equation for even more detailed tone shaping.
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I've been giggin with mine for a little over a year now. Has been reliable and sounds great. But is a very clean sounding amp - almost PA-ish. So I actually induce a little 'coloring' of the tone by running through a simple Fishman preamp before going into the head. I drive a non-SWR pair of cabs - a 2X10 and a 1X15, both with horns. I like the aural enhancer feature - I find it adds a little depth and richness to the tone of my Fender American Std Jazz V.All in all - a very good, but not great amp. I think in the price range, some tube or tube preamp/SS power amp combination rigs might have better tone. But the 4004 is nice and light, and with very little 'help' from an outboard preamp, can deliver a nice warm, textured tone.
I really love this amp, it has a lot of power for the money, a great tone, and lots of flexibility.
The effects on this head is awesome!!!!!!
Had to rent this to replace crate BT350Loved it.
It's really good and has a nice meaty tone to it.
I can say that this head is very durable, a few weeks ago it got dropped off the top of my full stack (curtain caught it) and it didn't even phase it. I also love the tone that I can get out of it, The only thing I don't like about it is the fact that the XLR out doesn't include the Aural Enhancer or EQ so it's pretty much worthless, I have to mike it to get the tone that comes out of the amp. I wish I could just plug it in direct in a lot of situations but if I do it sounds like crap since it bypasses all of my settings, If I wanted a direct box I would have plugged into a direct box, I want the sound my amp makes out of my line out.
There's one thing this amp is missing and it's power. 400 solid state watts can handle small venues, just watch out for those guitar players who like to drown out the rest of the band. The sound I get out of this amp is surprising. The aural enhancer allows me to add some warmth. Let's see: cheap, sounds good, lacks power... that's why I have to give it a 7.