As per some of my other post…
Time to unload some gear…
After quite a bit of searching, buying and trying, I think I finally found the gear that I’m looking for, and so that means all of the other toys are outta here.
Just an awesome rig: SWR Stereo 800, Eden Tone Navigator, and a Gator 6-space rack to hold it all together: $1,050 shipped to your door. SWR Stereo 800
. - SOLD!
This amp has served me very well and it’s a real workhorse! I used to feed 4 cabs at one time (no guitar player on the planet was going to burry me – LOL). 90% of the time I had used it to feed two EV cabs (a 4x10 and a 1x15) and I never had to turn it past 3 – this is a monster. Two independent channels make it very easy to use it in biamped mode with your pre or use it as a totally separated Left and Right scenario.
As for the condition – there are some scratches on the top of the cover and just a little bit of rack rash – it is 100% functional. For more information, check out the link below http://www.swrsound.com/support/manu...ml/st800om.php
from SWR’s site:
Minimum load per channel on the Stereo 800 is 2 ohms. This is the equivalent of 2- 4 ohm cabinets, or 4- 8 ohm enclosures. In the STEREO mode, the Stereo 800 will work on all loads from two ohms to infinity (no speakers at all, which is how your parents would probably prefer it). Therefore, you may operate the Stereo 800 using the speaker outputs of just one channel and not the other. In the MONO/BRIDGE mode, minimum load is FOUR (4) ohms. If you try and use a load of less than 4 ohms in the bridge mode, one or more of the protection fuses will probably blow (open). Eden Navigator
basically I’ve used this only a few time (it was purchased used, but is in great condition). The unit sounds great, but really wasn’t what I was looking for.
Here is a link for the product description: http://www.eden-electronics.com/prod...ndiv/wp100.asp 6-space Gator case
its in good/fair condition. Definitely shows some use, but its fully functional.