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  2. It will do, nearly all SWR cabinet gear is 23" wide
  3. I've a SWR Goliath SNR which I believe is the same cab size. With the wheels it's easy to move around until you come up against stairs and then you're in trouble. At 115lbs you always hope there's a lift at the venue!
  4. I've a SWR Goliath SR and it's awesome. A little on the heavy side at 115lbs but sounds amazing with the tweeter off. Best thing is no one seems to want these behemoths so are dirt cheap on the 2nd hand market. Tone wise, a great presence, strong in the mid range, a clean tight sound.
  5. I have the identical bass and it too has a black pickguard. Looks very genuine to me. I've a couple of Jap Fenders and they play beautiful. Undercoats were sometimes made up of leftover paint that was mixed so could end up any colour.
  6. I've got one of these, amazing bit of kit. Not light at 115 lbs but still able to lift into a car. Use this for most gigs unless it's a small venue with lots of stairs, just not practical in tight spaces. Personally I love the amount of air that this pushes, gets the most out of my Ampeg PF350.
  7. I've only used SWR cabs over the last 15 years and they've been flawless. I gig regularly and although a little on the heavy side they sound great. Personally I always defeat the tweeter.as with it things can be a little sharp to the ear. I've a Goliat SSnr, Goliath Jnr & a Son of Bertha. Last summer used all 3 at the same time for an outdoor gig where the bass couldn't go through the PA. Driven by my 2 Ampegs it sounded massive. Gotta hang on to this stuff as it's gonna get harder to come by.
  8. [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Pm'd[/font][/color]
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