Ampeg Classic SVT-CL
- Technology: Valve
- Power to 2 ohms: 300 watts
- Power at 4 ohms: 300 watts
- Power Range: 201 - 300 Watts
- Channels: 1
- EQ: Bass/mids/treble
- Connections: ¼" Jack & Speakon
- Inserts: Series
- Pre Amp Valves: 2 x 12AX7
- Power Amp Valves: 6 x 6550
- Impedance: 2/4 ohms
- Fan: Yes
- Enclosure: Wood
- External Dimensions ( Width x Depth x Height ): 61 x 29 x 33 cm (W x H x D)
- Weight: 36,3 kg
- Country of Origin: Made in China
Ampeg Classic SVT-CL · Bass Amp Head
Other companies keep trying to recreate the classic all-tube sound of the 60´s and 70´s Ampeg heads, but it´s just not the same as the real deal - Ampeg. And Ampeg are the ONLY bass amp company that can make that claim. When you specify a Classic Series head from them, it´s not like an Ampeg...it is an Ampeg.
The Classic Series Heads are designed for players who are looking for the authentic, vintage Ampeg tube sound that has earned the respect of the industry. For the ultimate experience, it´s the SVT-CL - the Classic, as it´s known in the business. There is no equivalent to its 300 watt output courtesy of six 6550 power tubes.
Dimensions: 24 x 11.5 x 13
Weight: 80 Pounds
Balanced Line Out: Yes (transformer)
Driver Tubes: 2 x 12AU7, 1x 12AX7 phase splitter (could also be used as a driver tube)
Effects Loop: No
Graphic EQ: n/a
Mid Tone Control: 5 pos
Power Amp (Tube or MOSFET): T (6 x 6550)
Preamp (Tube or Solid State): T (2 x 12AX7)
RMS Power Output (2 ohms): 300 Watts
RMS Power Output (4 ohms): 300 Watts
RMS Power Output (8 ohms): n/a
Tone Controls: 3 band
Ultra Low/High Boosts: Yes
Normal and Padded Input
Tube Protection Circuitry
Slave Output Jack
4 Ohm Impedance Selection
User Biasing Controls
3 Position AC Polarity Switch.
The Ampeg founders, Everett Hull und Stanley Michael that started a business called Michaels-Hull Electronic Labs in 1946. They produced and distributed a bass pick up that had been developed by Hull. It was called Amplified Peg, short Ampeg. The Patent laid the foundation for a successful company that has always been good for a new innovation and is seen as a worldwide stage standard. In 1949 Michael left the company and Hull chose the name for the company as it is today Ampeg. He gained six US patents for amplifiers. The most notable Ampeg equipment is the SVT series (Super Valve Technology); it’s been in production since 1969 and has up to 300 watts of power.
Ampeg do of course have more to offer than the classical SVT/8x10” configuration. interestingly the transistor amps achieve the same impressive mid range sound characteristics.
Bass Amp Head · Ampeg Classic SVT-CL
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Downloads: Ampeg Classic SVT-CL, Bass Amp Head
- Anleitung (svtcl-om.pdf)