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swr redhead combo as a head

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by Summer Sno, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. Summer Sno

    Summer Sno

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    Hey,
    I am wondering if anyone has ever pulled the amp part out of an swr redhead combo? If so does it have a top? As in can I use it separately from the cab without exposing the inside of the unit?
    Thanks

    Summer sno
  2. Marcus Willett

    Marcus Willett Supporting Member

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    yes

    no
  3. Summer Sno

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    Thank you. I know now to have some metal on hand when I do remove it.
  4. chadds

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    Does that mean it's good for metal?:eek:
  5. Summer Sno

    Summer Sno

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    lol. These amps are good for everything.
  6. johnpbass

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    Especially when you throw a Goliath Junior under it.:D
  7. Marcus Willett

    Marcus Willett Supporting Member

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    If what you a wanting to do is to have the amp part of the redhead as a standalone amp, then my suggestions would be to measure it very precisely, then ask Pearson cases to build you a rack to fit it (you would probably need to screw it in place from the top).

    I've done this a few times with other combo heads and it worked out great. Custom rack will be like $40.
  8. Chef

    Chef Moderator Supporting Member

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    the main speaker out is not a normal 1/4" jack; it's a two pin wire look.
    You'll want to address that.

    did you buy the one that recently sold on ebay?

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