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SWR Workingman's 2x10T Speaker Cabinet
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The Workingman's 4004 Full Stack is loaded with power! The 4004 head tops 2 separate speaker cabs, delivers 400W into 4 ohms, and adds a 5-band graph...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Workingman's 4004 Full Stack is loaded with power! The 4004 head tops 2 separate speaker cabs, delivers 400W into 4 ohms, and adds a 5-band graphic EQ to the equation for more detailed tone shaping. The 410 cab is loaded with 4 custom SWR 10" drivers plus a piezo tweeter, and the 115 cab features a 15" custom SWR driver and a piezo tweeter, front slot port, and recessed side handles.
- Workingman's 4004 400W bass head
- 410 cab with 4 - 10" speakers and a piezo tweeter
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Gets the classic sound I want as well any other tone I have wanted. I never thought a solid state amp could sound so good!
This stack package is a solid buy. Produces more than enough sound for any up and coming band types. It is very durable and produces a nice round sound. This is for the people that don't have a fortune to spend on a huge stack that the pros use. My only problem with my unit is hauling the thing. So before you go big with your equipment be sure you have the means to haul it.
I purchased this rig after shopping around and looking at more expensive amps. This setup had the features power and punch I was looking for a great price. Lots of bottom end.
I haven't had the balls to turn it up to 5 yet, at about 4 it shakes everything in the house. The head has a rack space, tuner out, effects level and a thing for an effects loop.The 4x10 cab has removable casters, and an adjustable tweeter, the 1x15 doesnt have the casters but also has the adjustable tweeter. The tweeters do give a kind of annoying buzz if theryre on all the way, so i usually just leave one of them on halfway, and it sounds fine.It sounds great, very good deal.
pure low end rumble, and crystal clear notes. if the extra 15" doesn't turn their heads, the sound will! every gig i show up to people ask me if they can use it, and or wanna help me with it so they can check it out. i've been playing on it for two years. and there isn't a single sign of wear. and everytime i turn it on i'm surprised by the sound. the DI output is perfect for recording, too. all i have to do is bring my head and i'm set. the direct signal isn't just the instrument signal, it's the whole amp sound and your EQ. so you never lose that SWR sound. professional sound for your live shows, and recordings has never been so affordable.
I still can't believe the tone I can get from this rig. I always thought that you had to have tubes to get that classic tone. After 30 years I have changed my mind. It makes my '61 P bass sound just right in any room. As a bonus, it is lighter and easier to pack around than the heavy tube amps I have owned in the past. I have become a total SWR fan.
I bought the 4004 Head and 4x10 stack package a year ago and that worked fine for small gigs, but I wanted a fuller sound so I purchased the 1x15 for an extra $$. The rig is great and you will get all the power you need for shows. Don't expect to play a stadium, but it will do the trick where you need it. I play a Music Man S.U.B. and I can get all the versatility I need. I usually play reggae and the amp really digs down to the low end when I need it to. I can turn up the higher frequencies (the graphic e.q. works great here) and start hitting some slap as well. In terms of durability the amp and cabs are made to last. I've been using them for a year now with gigs almost every weeked and there's only scratches on the corners.
Very heavy to lug around. Definitely not as powerful as I thought it would be. Especially since your developing all 400 watts with the two cabs. But I do play in a band with a loud drummer and two guitarists who each run 100 watt amps. I'd imagine if you were playing a large venue it would give you enough stage volume and you could go direct into the PA anyway. Great tone and flexibility. I wish it had a cooling fan as this head gets hot. I almost burned myself on the cooling vents on the back of the head. I am running the Sans Amp RBI through this head and the Sans Amp just completes this rig. It's a great combination! The SWR has great tone to begin with, but the Sans Amp just takes it to another level. It also really compensates for the overall lack of power (IMO) of this head and offers even more tone shaping possibilities.