FDP Forum / Help to identify this bass amplifier./ 9 messages in thread.

1 to 9 of 9 shown.


uncle stack-knob

Contributing Member
**********
****

united kingdom

Jun 26th, 2016 05:06 PM        

Guys........ Can you I.D. this great sounding bass amplifier in use with ST.Paul and the Broken Bones.<br /> He seems to get a really fat low end with that Jazz Bass through it.<br /> Just love these guys.<br /> <br /> Stack-Knob.



hushnel

Contributing Member
**********
*******

North Florida

A Friend of Bill W.
Jun 26th, 2016 05:33 PM        

It's hard to say, it looks like it could be an SWR with the large circular logo. <br /> <br /> Could be a SWR Pro-15



digiboy



New York City

Jun 27th, 2016 02:11 AM        

I concur on the SWR working pro series, most likely the 15.



uncle stack-knob

Contributing Member
**********
****

united kingdom

Jun 27th, 2016 02:41 AM        

Thanks for that guys,as ever.<br /> <br /> Stack-Knob.



Raymundo2.0

Contributing Member
*****

USA/Nashville

Jun 27th, 2016 12:33 PM        

Love my SWR rig. It's been bulletproof for 15 years



hushnel

Contributing Member
**********
*******

North Florida

A Friend of Bill W.
Jun 27th, 2016 01:57 PM        

I had a little trouble with the Studio 220 in the beginning. I got it back in '85. I couldn't find the problem, took it to Music Tech in Miami. It took a second visit before the cold solder was found. It's been bulit proof ever since. I'm still using it, I keep it at our rehearsal studio. Great amp, my best sounding amp too.



Jeff Scott



On a spinning rock

Jun 28th, 2016 08:08 PM        

I have always liked the various SWR heads and combos I have had years ago.



337LEE

Contributing Member
**********
**

United States

I'll be around today
Sep 26th, 2016 08:08 PM        

I'd say it's an SWR Silverado Special.



iammr2



Lower Slobovia

Pass me the onions..Yeah, the green ones
Sep 26th, 2016 10:25 PM        

Huh...Still playing through the SM400 I bought in '88...28 years is a pretty long time...



Copyright 1999-2003 Fender Discussion Page, LLC. Visit the web site at http://www.fenderforum.com