A great cabinet for clear, dense, cutting bass tones.
4 x 10" speakers with 2" coils and 30 oz. magnets. To enhance these is an added 1" horn. The cab handles 400W RMS and 800W program. 8 ohms. 25" x 24" x 16". 91 lbs.
In November 2011, on Twitter a fan asks Kevin Baird: "...a hugh [sic] fan of TDCC and your bass lines,just wanna know which [sic] pedals do u use to get that cool synthy sound :)" Kevin Baird replies: "gallien and kreuger 1001 head, ampeg 4x10HE, sansamp rb1 rack effect and an mxr bass octave pedal."more
Members of Explosions in the Sky were interviewed my [MusicRadar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-explosions-in-the-sky-641876) for a Rig Tour. When questioned about his amplifiers, Michael James said he played through a Fender Dual Showman into an Ampeg bass cabinet that helps to keep a tone that's friendly to both bass and guitar.more
Ampeg products are used by lots of professional players today. Steve's cabinet of choice is the SVT-410HE. The SVT-410HE is versatile enough to be used by itself for smaller shows or paired with another 410HE or 115E cabinet for a full stage show. In Steve's festival and full show setup, it is paired with an SVT-115E cabinet for maximum stage volume as needed.more
I never understood why someone would want to use those teeny 10" speakers for BASS. I mean, 12" has got to be the minimum, and 15" was really what you wanted for those LOWS, right? Well, all I know is that my basses sound MASSIVE through the SVT-410. Plenty of low-end thump with punchy mids and articulate highs. I love this cab.