In this interview made by Revebr.com a Troy Van Leeuwen, there is talk about the equipment sold by Troy for its future sale because it had two of each piece and needed vending to make room for new equipment for its new project in QOTSA. Among the pieces sold, is the Ampeg SVT 810E.more
Listed in this March 29, 2019 *Bass Magazine* article. It is visible in [this photo](https://bassmagazine.com/.image/c_limit%2Ccs_srgb%2Cq_auto:good%2Cw_700/MTYyOTgxNzM3NjI0Nzc0NDk3/img_0008-copy.webp) from the same article. > **Basses** Touring: 1963, 1972 & 1976 Fender Precision Basses; new additions: Sadowsky NYC Bass, Lakland Donald Duck Dunn Bass; home basses: 1962 Fender Jazz Bass, Sadowsky Metro Bass, South Korean student upright, Ned Steinberger electric upright > **Rig** Ampeg SVT-VR, Ampeg SVT 810, Ampeg B-15RW, Ashdown ABM 300 EVO II, Ashdown 410H & 115 cabinets > **Pedals** Lovetone Big Cheese, Tech 21 SansAmp Bass Driver > **Synth** Novation Bass Synth, Roland PC-500 > **Picks** Dunlop Tortexmore
Richard Davis, Squire's guitar tech, states, "Chris’s rig…Marshall 100 watt head with a Marshall 4 x 12 speaker cabinet (over there), Two Ampeg SVT-2 Pro heads, Two SVT- 8 x10 speaker cabinets, an SWR amplifier head for the Bass Pedals, and an SWR 2 x 15 speaker cabinet," on Squire's [website](http://www.chrissquire.com/technotes).
This photo shows bassist for Pantera, Down, and Kill Devil Hill, Rex Brown performing live. The photo shows him using 2 [Ampeg SVT bass cabinets](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4d/Down_06.jpg) . The one of these on the bottom standing nearly shoulder height to him is the Ampeg SVT 810 Bass Cabinet.more
According to Simmons’ tech Jason Lemiere, the KISS frontman plays through Ampeg 8x10 cabinets. At (12:35), he says, Gene Simmons is “super, super loud. We point them backwards to cut the stage volume a little bit for the other guys.” Simmons uses “Just one [cabinet]. We run one cabinet, one main, one backup.”more
"in case anyone is interested, i got an email from Evan Sheeley from bass northwest in Seattle, he worked with alice in chains on facelift and dirt. He says " I did work with Mike Starr and Alice In Chains on their first two studio albums. The tone you hear was from a Spector NS-2 bass, Ampeg SVT-II amp head, SVT-810E cabinet and on the Dirt album I also used an ART SGX Nightbass in addition to the miked up cabinet and direct box. Right from the guy who was there!"more
Darryl Jenifer's SVT-810E is listed in Ampeg.com. Specifications: LF Drivers: 8 x 10” Voice Coil: 2” Magnet Weight (each): 30 oz RMS Power Handling: 2 x 400-Watts (Stereo) RMS Power Handling: 800-Watts (Mono) Frequency Response (-3dB): 58Hz-5kHz Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 40Hz Nominal Impedance: 2 x 8-Ohms (Stereo) Nominal Impedance: 4-Ohms (Mono) Sensitivity: 100dB Maximum SPL: 130dB Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 26 x 48 x 16 Shipping Weight: 165 Pounds Handling Weight: 140 Poundsmore
Compared to most of the companies on this list, Verellen is fairly new to the game. They make a variety of hand-made tube amplifiers, but the Meat Smoke model is their crown jewel. It’s an absolute beast, packing 300 watts of all-tube power for bass and guitar, along with two channels for clean and roaring, gut-punching overdrive. The Sword bassist Bryan Richie is a convert, and uses one through an Ampeg 8×10 cabinet.more
"For amplifiers, it depends on the room. I usually use Ampeg SVT. If it’s a big space I use heads and four cabinets. If it’s a small space, I usually use two heads anyways and two cabinets. I have the big SVT-215E Folded Horn bass cabinet and the big SVT-810E with 10-inch speakers in it."more
The SVT-810E Infinite Baffle™ design has remained constant since 1969 and delivers the punchy, round sound that defines the Ampeg tone. The combined air-moving capability of eight 10? speakers reacts faster to transients than fifteens or eighteens. The result is sound you can feel, that the audience can feel and that truly delivers what you want out of a bass rig. Simply put, the SVT-810E produces the vast amounts of tightly focused bass your band needs. In the world of high-performance bass cabs, the Ampeg SVT-810E stands tall and proud.more
At 15:38, 18:34 and throughout this video, you can see Garrett using the Ampeg SVT-810E bass cab. At 6:05 and 18:57 of the video, you can also see the side, which does not have handles, confirming that this is the 810 and not the 610 (or smaller). It is further distinguished from the Heritage or Classic lines by the dark black grill cloth.more
Nick Avila, front-man and bass guitarist of video-game remix metal band PowerGlove, plays a live performance in Arizona with an Ampeg stack. The Cabinet he used here was an Ampeg SVT-810E Cabinet. Starting at 2:04 you can make out the small logo in the bottom right which is blocked off instead of the cursive "Heritage" that the heritage series would sport. You can tell it is the 810 model due to it standing to the shoulders of the band members.more
First thing is holy SHIT this thing is absolutely massive. Bigger than you’re thinking. It’s also incredibly loud so it’ll definitely give you a tonal edge to compete with your drummer. I bought one of these new, and they’re beautiful out of the box. Worth every penny. If you’re gonna buy one I highly reccomend giving Ampeg your business, plus you won’t have to settle for a really beat up, scruffy looking used one. 10/10 cabinet.