#2
warwick in my opinion
much better sound an quality
thats what im saving up for
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#3
Warwick makes amps? I'm usually weary of companies that try to make everything, like yamaha. Expecially new gear, I think they should just stick to basses but if you think it's going to last a while and be good for what you want then go for.
#4
Warwick will sound better, and be more versatile if you want a new cab or to add stuff. Hartke will, however, be a heck of a lot cheaper.
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#5
Go for the warwick, from my past experience with them they're very good quality.
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Warwick makes amps? I'm usually weary of companies that try to make everything, like yamaha. Expecially new gear, I think they should just stick to basses but if you think it's going to last a while and be good for what you want then go for.


?

They make basses, amps and cases (plus a few random accessories). Hardly doing everything.

But out of those the Warwick. Is is much more versitile and just sounds better in general.
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#7
hmmm... i was thinking the combo because off the slight bit off extra power and the fact is all in one etc. im going to the store this weekend and well see how it turns out... ill prolly get the hartke spur of the moment lol.
#8
Is the Hartke head removable? I'd go for the stack as opposed to a combo because you'd be able to switch out cabs/heads if you don't like the tone, whereas in a combo you're stuck with what you have.
#9
I have the Warwick 5.1 and I'm upgrading it soon due to a real lack of tone.

But loads of people like the tone of my amp.


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