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SWR Goliath Junior III Speaker Cabinet
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The SWR Goliath Junior III Speaker Cabinet is a 2 x 10 cab with tweeter that's great for small gigs or biamping with another cab. 350W handling. 4 or...Read More
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Great for small gigs or biamping.
The SWR Goliath Junior III Speaker Cabinet is a 2 x 10 cab with tweeter that's great for small gigs or biamping with another cab. 350W handling. 4 or 8 ohm impedance. Features 2 - 10" custom SWR drivers and high frequency horn. 23" W x 15.75"H x 16.5"D. 55 lbs.
- Two 10" woofers
- Horn tweeter
- 350W handling
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I have owned my swr 2x10 for 2 years now.Works quite well as a stand alone cab. or with another cab of your choosing.Very versatile.Great sound.if you are considering this cab. buy it.Slappers will love the the punch and clarity of this little bass box!
I'm using the Goliath Jr (8ohm version) in various combinations with my David Eden Traveler 400 watt head. I sometimes use it with just the head for church, jazz, or quieter settings. With my rock band, I have it paired with an Eden 2x10 (also 8 ohm) so they basically become a 4x10 with 2 tweeters. I like that the 2x10s are so much more transportable than a 4x10, though. And, I'm enjoying the flexibility. I also sometimes sit it on top of a 1x15 cab, but I like the 2 2x10 sound better. For sound, I gotta say that the sound of the SWR is just a little "punchier" than the Eden, and someday I will trade that Eden cab for another identical Goliath Jr. I recommend keeping the tweeter at the 12:00 setting for best results. This cab might be pricey, but it is well worth it.
I recently purchased a new Goliath Jr III to add to my arsnel of bass amps. I already had an older goliath jr II and love it. But it stays at my regular house gig, and I missed having it available for casual gigs. So the new one sounds nearly identicle to the old one. The main difference is the port is front loaded on the newer goliaths. So it seems to get slightly better bottom end response than the older model. I especially like the full range tone.With my SWR SM-500 amp I can EQ the combination to bring out the best tone and response with both upright, and 5 string bass guitar. The limitations are how loud, and how bottom heavey it can go. It is very surprising for such a portable set up, hence the title of my review.
This is a sweet little cab with enough low end for almost any stage. I've had mine for a while now and it never stops to impress me. This cab matched with my SM-500 puts out a sweet tone that SWR is known for. You have all the lows you need through the 2X10's and the tweeter adds so much clarity to the high end for slapping.
It is a great sounding cabinet I use it on top of my SVT 4-10HLF cabinet it has more high end than the Ampeg both are great Cabinets.
Very tight cab for its size. The highs are very crisp and punchy!
This little thing has a lot of punch. Very clean sound and built strong. SWR has impressed me yet again with a great product. Great tone with mids and highs when complemented with a one 15" for live shows, and yet can shake the room with lows for those loud pratice sessions when standing alone.
SWR, as you probably know, is a great company. This specific speaker is a great buy. It has the wattage you need to play in concerts and practice. It's a great companion with a SWR 350x head.
These are EXTREMELY PORTABLE! GREAT SOUND! You would not believe the bottom and clarity. Did I mention that they are very portable. I use two. Luv'em. Really.