SWR WorkingPro 15 200 Watt 1x15" Bass Combo AmpProduct #481994 SWR 481994 HABDB Solid State Combo Bass Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The WorkingPro 15 delivers massive low-end punch and clear SWR tone.
The true workhorse of the WorkingPro bass amp series, the WorkingPro 15 combines an elegant appearance with outstanding tone and performance. 200 watts of power are pumped through a 15" woofer and piezo tweeter for rich, full-range sound. The Bass Intensifier provides an instant low-end boost. The 3-band active EQ and Aural Enhancer make shaping your tone simple. A Wedge EQ feature compensates for lost tone when using the amp's tilt-back legs. A side-mounted monitor input lets it double as a powered monitor.
- 15" woofer and piezo tweeter for rich full-range sound
- Tilt-back legs
- Wedge EQ compensates for tonal changes in tilt-back operation
- Side-mounted monitor input
- 3-band active EQ with sweepable mids
- Aural enhancer
- Bass Intensifier boosts low end with ease
- Balanced line out
- Effects loop
Power, performance, and a pro look--everything you'd expect from an SWR combo. Call or click to order now!
WorkingPro 15 200 Watt 1x15" Bass Combo Amp Specifications:
- 15" woofer and piezo tweeter
- 3-band EQ with sweepable mids
- Wedge EQ circuit
- XLR balanced and 1/4" unbalanced outputs
- Headphone jack
- Effects loop
- External speaker jack
- 22-1/2"W x 25"H x 17-1/4"D
- 68 lbs.
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Comments about SWR WorkingPro 15 200 Watt 1x15" Bass Combo Amp:
I was given this rig when I first started playing bass (12 years ago) I attached the SWR 2x10 cabinet and this thing would literally shake a whole bar. More than enough sound for those neigborhood gigs. I've beaten on this thing everytime I've played. This thing was built like a tank. Literally because moving it can be a bit of a challenge. Regardless I love the SWR tone. All of the EQs are sper easy to use. Since It has been 12 years the circuit board fried. (Which seems to be the only problem with SWR combo amp, from what I'm told) Hey after beating on this thing for over a decade I can't complain. In my opinon the SWR 1x15 combo is far better than the Ampeg 1x15 combo. I've played though that, and the Ampeg gives you a very thin shallow sound. Nothin like SWR can give you Buy this I promise that you won't go wrong!