Swr super redhead combo
No, create an account now. Un pleasure ears appreciate even guitarists, say c is The manual is comprehensive and quite detailed. I run the Aural Enhancer lower '3' than I used to on the SM '7' , again to keep the signal flatter so as not to send an "ultra-scooped" EQ through the effects. Instantly feeling the sound of my finger hitting the string is an essential and paramount requirement in any speaker cabinet I would use. The topic of impedance and power ratings could easily occupy an entire website, but I won't allow that to happen here. Maybe Genz Benz could learn something from these guys.
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There's a slight difference in power ratings and some cosmetic changes as well, but the only real significant difference between the two is the porting. But I never used an extension cab. I also have the Megalioth 8x10 cab. Joined Apr 4, Messages Reaction score One thing to consider is that the internal impedance of the Super Redhead's 2x10 cabinet is 4 ohms. Got any suggestions for me as to a small practice, combo unit, that could also dub as a nice "pre" when recording?
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The LMII is more my sound, butt sound is like clothes. From Gain at 4, Limiter at minimum, Aural Enhancer at 6. If it's anything like the BF Plugin which is very versitile , it would be great for a live rig, as well as the front stage for DI recording Quote: Originally posted by Dave Martin: The wheels on mine fell apart a couple of years ago; I use a dolly these days. The weigh about the same and have about the same wattage. Forums New posts Search forums. Anyway, having all 3 cured my GAS.
Perhaps that's because it does too many things well at once. Search Forums Recent Posts. For power I bridge the Mo' Bass itself into one Goliath II 4x10 cabinet , which keeps the power amp at a relatively cool 8 ohms while other audio outputs reach other external power sources for plenty of juice all around. Sep 21, Murfreesboro, TN. Originally Posted by Tim Bishop. The cabinet was loaded with two inch speakers and a horn.