Submitted June 2, 2009 by a customer from gmail.com
"If you want ground pounding, quality, look here."
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I have played the 4-pro for some time, and I can not ever think of a different head. I can and will always say, it is heavy, but it is worth the weight.
We play deep dark heavy blues, tuned to Drop C. Of all the heads I have played the 4-pro was far bigger sounding, and had all the punch I look for.
I added the Ampeg foot switch for my mute and for the eq. it is worth looking into, it was the only thing I could think of out of the box that I wished for.
Ease of Use
This is a pro head, it took a couple of minutes of reading to understand setting it up, but once I started, it was easy, and it is worth reading, because this head is so versatile.
Crash boom bang, life on the road happens, this head has been thru a ton, and is still working like day one.
Worst thing about the 4-pro, its heavy...
Takes a licking, easy to set up, works hard as I do, yeah, great bang for the buck, that = great value in my book.
I have only had one question for them, it was over the configuration of the mono bridge cable, and they were very helpful.
The Wow Factor
Once I had heard the 4-pro I knew I had to have it.
Rock, Blues, Industrial, Goth
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