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Ampeg SVT 810 vintage "modification"

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Tube, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. Tube

    Tube Supporting Member

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    I own an head Ampeg SVT Blue Line 1969. to 'start with I used a cabinet Ampeg 810E 2001, but then I sold it because I did not like the cabinet. I tried my head ampeg blue line with a cabinet Ampeg 810 Heritage, fantastic sound : Il bassista:: Il bassista:
    I want to buy a vintage cabinet Ampeg 810, and replace the CTS speaker, and put those in the same cabinet Heritage "eminence".
  2. beans-on-toast

    beans-on-toast

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    I agree with you, the Heritage cabinet sounds amazing. It is the best 810 I have ever played through.

    I have never seen the Heritage speakers for sale by speaker companies.

    You could contact Loud (parts@loudtechinc.com) and ask if they will sell you a set of speakers. It might be more cost effective to buy a Heritage 810 cabinet though.

    The Eminence B810 speaker is considered close but they are not the same.
  3. Tube

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    what are the speaker Eminence using the Ampeg 810 Heritage cabinet?
  4. beans-on-toast

    beans-on-toast

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    It is a custom design. Loud buys enough of them that they can specify what they want and it is available exclusively to them. Here is what they look like.


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