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Difference between Two Rock 'Signature' cab and 'standard' cab? Noticable?...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by XXTwighlight, May 18, 2011.

  1. XXTwighlight

    XXTwighlight Supporting Member

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    Big price difference, i was wondering if anyone really hears a difference?
    Or is the build quality any better on the signature than the standard?
    Thanx
     
  2. guitarpedaladdict

    guitarpedaladdict Supporting Member

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    As I understand it, the Signature cabs go through a much more elaborate process of tuning something about being stressed and then tuned again. They also have different bracing and construction. I have two of them and I think they sound HUGE and are built like tanks. If you search around, there's a thread here or somewhere else where one of the TR guys explains the difference.
     
  3. Sean French

    Sean French Supporting Member

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    Yes, I hear diff.
    The Sig cab is way more boomy and less focused.

    I must say my a/b comparison was with the older "small port" cab.
    YMMV

    I have not compared a sig and a todays (larger port) cab.
     
  4. guitarpedaladdict

    guitarpedaladdict Supporting Member

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    Hum... I wouldn't describe either of my sig cabs as "boomy" at all. What I do think about the TR cabs is that they have a very large sound that can be dangerously revealing during gig volume...
     
  5. cander328

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    I would agree but also only compared to the smaller port older cab as well which has got to be one of the best open 1x12 cabs ever made! Since the older smaller port ones are harder top find this is probably not a fair comparison.

     

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