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SWR Super Redhead Combo
John Paul Jones, July 30, 2004, House Of Blues, Anaheim, California
General Specs
Features: Front Panel: Tuner Input, Passive/Active Input Jack, Active Input, Preamp Clip LED, Gain Control, Aural Enhancer, Bass Control, Pull Turbo Function, Level Control, Frequency Control, Pull Transparency Function, Master Volume Control, Power Amp Clip LED, Unbalanced Output, Balanced XLR Output, XLR Pad, Ground/Lift Switch, Line/Direct Switch, Mute/Live Switch, Effects Blend Control, Headphone Jack, Speaker On/Off Switch, Power On/Off Switch - Rear Panel: Effects Loop, Send, Receive, Fan On/Off Switch, High Frequency Attenuator, Internal Speaker Cable, Extension Speaker Jack, Speaker Cable, Speaker and Horn Fuses, Line Fuse, AC Convenience Outlet
Speakers: (1) 10" woofer assembly
2" Hi tempature, high efficiency copper-wound Kapton voice coil
46 oz. focused magnet/175 Watts RMS
Watts: 350 Watts @ 4 Ohms
400 Watts @ 2.67 Ohms
450 Watts @ 2 Ohms
Construction: 5/8" 7 ply, maple or birch, dado and rabbet joints, glued (waterproof) and nailed with extremely heavy bracing
Dimensions: 22-1/2"H x 23"W x 16-3/4"D
Total Weight: 80 lbs.
Years in use: 2004
Website: http://www.swrsound.com/ 
John Paul Jones used the SWR Super Redhead Combo Amplifier in 2004 when he toured with the Mutual Admiration Society. It was used as a standalone amplifier, or paired with a SWR Son Of Bertha Cabinet.

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SWR Super Redhead Combo
John Paul Jones, July 30, 2004, House Of Blues, Anaheim, California
SWR Super Redhead Combo
John Paul Jones, August 13, 2004, Bowery Ballroom, New York City, New York
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