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SWR LA10 Bass Combo Amplifier
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The 35-watt SWR LA10 Bass Combo Amplifier is a fantastic practice amp. With a 10" speaker, the LA10 is strong enough to cut living room rehearsals to...Read More
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A practice amp with tone to please a pro.
The 35-watt SWR LA10 Bass Combo Amplifier is a fantastic practice amp. With a 10" speaker, the LA10 is strong enough to cut living room rehearsals too. The LA10 amp's classic SWR preamp and Aural Enhancer circuitry delivers rich tone. Comes equipped with a post-EQ line out that doubles as a tuner output, stereo headphone outs with speaker defeat for silent practice, and a mix input for practicing with CD player or drum machine. Extended-depth cab design on the SWR LA10 enhances bass response. Edgemount handles complete the SWR LA10 Bass Combo Amp.
- 35W power into 8 ohms (internal)
- 10" custom-designed speaker and piezo tweeter
- Extended-depth cab for enhanced bass response
- Classic SWR preamp and Aural Enhancer circuitry
- Post-EQ line out/tuner output
- Stereo headphone outs with speaker defeat for silent practice
- Mix input for practicing with CD or drum machine
- Edgemount handles for easy portability
- 14"W x 14"H x 13"D
Practice is more than perfect when you're playing an SWR. Order today.
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I have played uprightbass for 6 years and i have heard alot of amps, i downgraded to this one i love it BUT! it does not handle my low E string. but overall i love it, it's got a good tone and a good push if you know what i mean.
I bought my SWR LA 10 about a year ago, and I have enjoyed playing it the entire time. It has the best tone of any amp I have ever played. It can be surprisingly loud, and is great for jamming or band practises. For it's value, I would definitely have a hard time choosing a better bass amp.
I use this amp constantly even though it's not mine. The reason is simple: It has the best tone ever. I recommend this to anyone who needs a good practice amp. It has great tone at any volume, and it can withstand slapping and picking without any distortion. You can also plug two basses in using the mix-in plug.
I've been playing bass on and off for twelve years now..I have never used serious professional equipment as far as gigs and such, I just like to practice and play by myself. Having owned and played several low-watt amps I find the LA to be the best. It really can go low and clean, and with effects such as wah it plays fine as well.
Nice little portable amp suitable for practice. Don't try to use this in a performance, you will be disappointed. In higher volumes it wimps out and loses tone. Has awesome and durable construction and can take a lot of abuse. Good for kids.
If you are looking for an amp that will deliver a clean sound, and moderate tone, then this is for you. Has overall great response, but will start to lose its tone at lower frequency, higher volume playing.Once again, great product from SWR. Worth the price, and a great addition for band practice, or small jam sessions.
The first few degrees of the volume knob are extremely quiet but then it gets about twice as loud if you turn it any further. For about the first half of the volume it has great tone for both my bass and guitar (I dont recommend using guitars on bass amps). If its pushed any more the highs and lows get left out. Other than that its a good practice amp. It has mix in, line out, line in, and headphone jacks which is really really nice. The controls are on the top which keeps me from bending down to adjust it. Good amp if you aren't playing it to loud.
I just purchased the SWR LA10 amp. It has great snap to and a nice punchy top-end which is to be expected from a 10" speaker. With the bass control around 2 or 3 o'clock the E-string is nice and tight without distorting, but you have to bring it down to about 10 or 11 o'clock to get any usable tones from your low B. Sounds great overall but better with a P-bass and I would imagine a Stingray over the J-bass. Aside from the low-end drawbacks that you'll find in any amp that size, I can't find much else to complain about. Well worth the money.
This amp is really good as long as used for what is meant for. Low volume practicing. It has a decent tone and projection for its size, but don't expect to be heard over a hard-hitting drummer or a guitarist with a halfstack. If you're using a passive bass, you can turn it up about halfway before the speaker starts bottoming out. With an active bass, you can only turn it up to about 3, maybe 4 if you're not hammering the on-board eq in your bass. All of this said, it's a great small practice amp.
This is a very compact and light practice bass amp. It also sounds very, very nice for its size. It's volume is limited and it does fart out on the B-string if its turned up, but keep the volume in check and it really does sound great at practice volume levels.