#1
What do you guys think about the SWR Workingmans 4004 head and the workingmans 4X10 cab?

Id be using them to play sum decent sized shows, and if need bwe i could buy another cabinet to run it at 4 ohms.

I was just wonderi ng what yuou thought about it in terms of reliabiity, tone, ect.

I will be paying about 700 to get them both used.

thanks.
#2
I bought one the other day, it 'sploded my cab

Don't let that put you off, I'm gonna try and get it fixed.

Can you try it out first?
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#3
yea, i tried it a bit yesterday. I was just wondering how well you guys thought it would hold up live, and how you would describe the tone and reliability
#4
It should be alright. You'll only get about 250 watts of power though.

SWR makes very good gear. Reliabilbity shouldn't be an issue and the tone is excellent.
#5
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It should be alright. You'll only get about 250 watts of power though.

SWR makes very good gear. Reliabilbity shouldn't be an issue and the tone is excellent.

260 @ 8 ohms

400 @ 4 ohms
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#6
Well the one i played was really nice, Its a good variable tone to it. Im presuming your in america so that seems like a good price.
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#7
I have a working pro head and its very flexible in tone. I also bought a working pro 1x15 cab first to make sure i had the low end. Then i added a hartke 4x10 and it really defines the low end. Swr makes great quality stuff, but its all what you think.
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#9
This is the rig that got me through about 5 years of hard gigging. Mine took a lot of abuse and kept on going until I shot it with a shotgun because nobody would buy it. This amp will be loud enough for basically any gig you'll run into. The biggest problem I had was the tweeter in mine kept getting progressively more noisey as time went on. I don't know if this is a problem common to the cabinet or not but you may not want to jack the treble up too high or whatever. But yes, pretty decent setup overall.