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Weber Mywatt 400 SOLD
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These are great amps, I have owned several (200 and 400) over the years and they delivered on every level. GLWTS.

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3 hours ago, HazBeen said:

These are great amps, I have owned several (200 and 400) over the years and they delivered on every level. GLWTS.

It is a cracking head, still might end up keeping it. Thank you kindly sir 😊

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16 minutes ago, Handwired said:

I really regret parting with my 200. Don't do it! 

I’ll probably end up the same way but I’m not actively gigging at the minute so it isn’t doing much.

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I've got the 200 watt version and it's an absolute peach of an amp. Build quality, sound and power are all 10 out of 10. Fabulous.

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Their website says these only weigh 25kg!? Can't be right surely? Any idea? 

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58 minutes ago, Jonse said:

Their website says these only weigh 25kg!? Can't be right surely? Any idea? 

Modern toroïdal transformers, much, much lighter than the original Partridge iron. These have other advantages, too, aside from the weight (or lack of...), such as zero chance of having laminations loosen. If only they'd been around 'back then'..!
This a very serious bit of kit; good luck with the sale.

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21 minutes ago, Dad3353 said:

Modern toroïdal transformers, much, much lighter than the original Partridge iron. These have other advantages, too, aside from the weight (or lack of...), such as zero chance of having laminations loosen. If only they'd been around 'back then'..!
This a very serious bit of kit; good luck with the sale.

Yes, the output transformer in my Traynor is the same. Hmm, sorely tempted...

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11 hours ago, Jonse said:

Their website says these only weigh 25kg!? Can't be right surely? Any idea? 

My 200 watter isn't at all heavy due to modern transformer technology. It's obviously not class D light, but it's not any problem to pick up either.

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Our bass amp is a Hiwatt DR205 (200w PA amp; 4 x KT88...). It is not a one-hand lift..! The original Hiwatts were (and still are...) very heavy indeed, largely because of those massive Partridge trannies. The Mywatts have solved that problem, whilst retaining the essential 'heft' of the Hiwatts. A class product.

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I had a VBA400 Marshall in a flightcase, that thing was heavy. This is heavy to me but all amps I’ve owned have been as I’ve never delved into class D stuff. I’d say 25kg is about right.

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