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SWR Workingman's 10 Bass Combo
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Top panel controls include Volume, Aural Enhancer, Bass, Midrange, Treble, and Effects Blend. Rear panel offers an effects loop, headphone jack, tune...Read More
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A small but mighty bass cube . . . extremely portable!
Top panel controls include Volume, Aural Enhancer, Bass, Midrange, Treble, and Effects Blend. Rear panel offers an effects loop, headphone jack, tuner send, extension speaker jack, 3-way output switch (full, horn off, or headphones only). Power: 80W. Speakers: one custom 10" SWR driver and piezo tweeter.
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Great amp. Had one for about five years, and it just started making this whine when warmed up and idle. Not sure what it is, but I'm definitely going to fix it because you can't beat the sound coming out of this thing -- especially for its size & weight. Holds up to a medium drummer well (maybe not a total headbanger). Bummed that it started making noise, but it still sounds great when playing!
I bought this amp back in 2001. Now, mind you, I bought the amp used. It was in "like new" condition and the amp sounded excellent. I bought it primarily for my upright. In 2004, when Behringer introduced their 12" 120 watt bass combo, I ordered that, thinking that it was a good buy for the price ($249 at the time). I put that SWR and the Behringer head to head. It was no contest. That 10" 80 watt SWR blew that 12" 120 Behringer away. Needless to say, I sent the Behringer back the next day.
5 years ago I asked a base player that was also a salesman at Mars music which amp he would prefer if he could buy any one in the store. He said the SWR Workingman's 10 because it is loud and portable. I tried it for myself and found that to be true. It had a slight internal rattle on the low B string, but when I played my key board through it, I was amazed at the volume and clarity. If you play keyboard and need a loud portable amp, please give this one some concideration.
I purchased my WM 10 combo about 3 years ago. It has been dead reliable. I love the output for such a compact and light package. I also own a WM 110 ext cab which really brings things to life. The tone is SWR but now I can transport my equipment with ease on my 50 year old back. Great for rehearsals and smaller gigs. Records very well also. I really love this amp.