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SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp  

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    Thunderous and portable!

    The WorkingPro 2X10C offers 260W of power at 8 ohms (400W with an 8-ohm extension cabinet), housed in a tough, cool-looking cabinet with 2 - 10" speakers, a horn tweeter, and tilt-back legs. An ideal amp for nearly any performance, practice, or recording situation.

    Lots of tone shaping tools including SWR's exclusive Bass Intensifier circuit make it a working bassist's dream machine. It sounds huge but is pleasingly portable.

    Features
    • 260W of power
    • 2 - 10" Eminence speakers and Le Son TLX-1e horn tweeter
    • Tilt-back legs
    • Black carpet covering
    • Stamped grille
    • SWR preamp
    • with Aural Enhancer
    • Bass Intensifier™ circuit
    • Wedge EQ circuit
    • Side-mounted monitor input jack
    • 3-Band Active EQ
    • Headphone jack
    • Effects Send & Return
    • Unbalanced 1/4" & Balanced XLR Lines out

    You can't beat it for huge bass tone. Order today.

     

    WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp Specifications:

    • Controls: Variable Tweeter Attenuator
    • Frequency Response: 98dB SPL @ 1W1M (-3dB @ 63Hz and 18.5KHz)
    • SPL: 98dB SPL @ 1W1M (-3dB @ 63Hz and 18.5KHz)
    • Weight: 85 lb.
    • Dimensions: 23"W x 17"H x 16-1/4"D
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    SWRWorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp
     
    4.9

    (based on 7 reviews)

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    5.0

    My lucky day!

    By What'd you say ?

    from central penna

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Powerful

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Performances

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      As an Ampeg fan since the 60's, I'd never even considered any other brands until they made the dissasterous decision to move to China. I tried one piece, a 210 combo that I picked up used for practice sessions with my working band. All my other bass gear is Saint Louis Ampeg.
      One day while killing time I dropped into an used gear shop and saw this little guy sleeping under a pile of other gear. I asked the owner about it and he said another area pro traded it for some vintage Custom cabinets. I tried it with one of his bass guitars and was impressed with the tight low end. So I went home and got my Ampeg 210 combo, and went back to the shop for a little A-B comparison and was blown away....made a deal for an almost even swap and went home. After trying it at home with my own guitars and extra cabinets, it has become my main gear for all my gigs except theatre and outside concerts, still get out the Ampeg for those.
      This bad boy is a little heavy for a Senior Citizen bass player but well worth the effort..........and the price! Still Rocken and collecting social security!

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Full Gigging Power, Half the Equipment

      By DJ kHRomaluxe

      from Washington, DC

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Classic Modern Flexible
      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound
      • Good Warmth
      • Powerful

      Cons

      • heavy

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      For a regular gigging bassist, its a flexible combo. Though heavy (85 lbs) it is powerful, reliable, and can make old school thump as easy as new school edge. Add a cab, and it jacks up from 260 watts to 350. Direct out makes the sound engineer happy; kickback to use as an on stage monitor. As a former Ampeg and Dave Eden owner, I am quite happy.

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      (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      great amp

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      I bought this after getting tired of the cheaply made but expensive Ampeg combos. I found what I was looking for - great sound, features and built to last. There is no rattling or buzzing like the Ampeg combos. I'm very happy.

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      (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Maximum

      By RubyTuba-vW29F

      from Park City, KS

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      First off, and most important - the WorkingPro 210C sounds REALLY good! The controls make sense, and I can dial in any sound very quickly. The two tens and the switchable tweeter give me a wide range of usable, high-fidelity choices.For roots-rock gigs, I turn the tweeter off and play a Hofner with nylon tapewounds. WOOF! Sounds like my old 30-watt B-15N, only WAY louder.For jazz or theater gigs, I'll play a maple-neck fretless P-bass and turn the tweeter on. Then it's like playing through a studio monitor - only WAY louder.(One thing I really like about the tweeter, by the way: It seems to be set to work with the same frequencies as the tone control on my bass. I can really hear nuances in my tone settings - move the knob one number, and there's an audible change.)The 210C is small enough to ride to the gig in the passenger seat of your car, but it can handle anything from a coffehouse to a wedding dance - with power to spare. I especially like the way it moves air on a stage - it has the kind of physical punch that I used to get from my 2x15 cab, at literally half the weight.For times when I need a LOT of volume - ballroom or outdoor settings - I pair it with a WorkingPro 2x10 extension cab. This gives me the same sound I'm used to, but lots more of it. Incredible lows! More than one person has asked me if I'm using a subwoofer, because the sound has such a solid presence.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A powerful, flexible rig!

      By RubyTuba-vW29F

      from Park City, KS

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      I play a lot of different kinds of gigs. For the medium-to-large ones, I have put together a very flexible rig using the 210C and a matching SWR 2X10 cabinet. For smaller venues, parties, etc., the 210C is more than enough all by itself, as a standalone combo. Pound for pound, I haven't seen anything that will keep up with it.For bigger halls or outdoor spaces, I bring along the 2X10 cab. That jumps me up to 400 watts into 4 tens, and it's a KICKING amp gig with plenty of headroom to spare. And - since it moves in two pieces - it's easier on my back at load-in and load-out.The sound of the SWR, with or without the extension cab, is BIG, WIDE, and High Fidelity. The cabs have a lot of side-fill presence, so you don't have to be standing directly in front to hear it. Excellent lows! (With the extension cab especially, it sounds like I'm using a sub.)I love the tone controls, especially the Aural Enhancer. You can really fine-tune your sound quickly.In a perfect world, it would be a bit more affordable (wouldn't everything?), and the wheels would be a bit more substantial. I use a Rock n Roller R2 Micro Cart to move everything anyway, so wheels are moot - but they ARE a tad dinky.Buy it for the sound and the portability - you won't be sorry!

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      swr 210

      By brandon o

      from Danville, GA

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      I played an older version of this combo at a local music shop and much to my amazement, it fit the price tag. it had an absolutely wonderful tone that could cover anything from thrash to bluegrass. the 10s didn't push all that hard but pour on the bass and it comes alive with a wall of sound. this combo can make a bottom line rogue sound like a warwick. so imagine what the rockbass sounded like when i plugged it in. heaven.

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A REAL Amp

      By Josh-UZP4z

      from Federal Way, WA

      Comments about SWR WorkingPro 2X10C Bass Combo Amp:

      This amp is a bit pricy, but if you can drop the grand you will get a seriously righteous amp. This thing is everything I've ever wanted out of a bass amp...and the simple addition of a mute is just icing on the supreme bass cake. Fantastic amp.

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