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Ampeg SVT 4 Pro

Ampeg SVT 4 Pro
alaScore 75

8 reviews

May, 2017

We have collected and analyzed 4 expert reviews and 4 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 80/100 and users rate it 93/100. The average review date is Jul 16, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 219453 reviews from other Receivers & Amplifiers. The alaScore™ for this product is 75/100 = Good. Last update: May 26, 2017.

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Expert review by: Scarrsese (bgra.net)

Ampeg svt-4pro

 

This head honks! 1600 watts bridged mono. I use it in a successful pop punk band bridged into a ampeg 8x10av. For rock, its hard to beat in punchy attack, really glassy highs, and crispy purring lows. Its cheaper in price than buying a power amp...

Sep, 2008

Expert review by: Alex (bgra.net)

Ampeg SVT 4 pro

 

I have read many reviews complaining about this head blowing on them. I can say that I actively gig, and rehearse repeatedly through the week, and have had absolutely no problems with mine. I have owned mine for over 2 years now and love this amp to...

Nov, 2005

Expert review by: Phill Rodgers (bgra.net)

Ampeg SVT 4

 

I must say I am disapointed with this amp. the build quality is good- the output functions available are excellent, the usage is clear and well laid out BUT it doesnt sound as good as my old Gallien Krueger and it isnt as loud......yep this 1600W...

Mar, 2005

Expert review by: gareth redington (bgra.net)

Ampeg SVT4PRO

 

I've had this amp for about three years now, and was quire happy with it for about a year, until it started muting itself whenever it felt like it. Could get no help from the distributors in New Zealand and no answers from Ampeg either. After much...

Feb, 2005