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Best AMP for Corvette ProLine5

Discussion in 'Bass Guitars' started by deus [UA], Feb 7, 2006.

  1. deus [UA]

    deus [UA]

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    Help me please to make a choise between Ampeg SVT-4PRO and Mesa Big Bottom 750.
    Music style: Nu-Metal
     
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    Ever tried Ashdown? I love my ABM 500!
     
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    I chose only between Mesa & Ampeg.
     
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    well, than i would say Ampeg. played the svt-4pro a few times, good gear, depends on you needs
     
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    Well I have a played them all with the exception of the Warwick amps, but I can tell you from my experience that my warwicks sound the best through Mesa Boogie.
     
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    I find Warwick basses soundes best in EBS, Warwick Amps..

    I've had Ampeg riggs but didn't get that wonderful Warwick sound thru it.. Only a standard Ampeg Rock sound..

    I owned following Ampeg riggs:
    Ampeg SVT4-PRO + Ampeg 6x10"
    Ampeg V4B + Ampeg 4x10"
    Ampeg SVT3-PRO + Ampeg 4x10" HLF
     
  7. mala

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    Agree with Marcbass, I run my basses on EBS amps and they are perfect in my opinion, you can spot every little twist on a control knob and even when it's set on flat you get the great "sound of wood". Have tried most amps but I think they really stand out, and it's not only because they are Swedish 8)
     
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