Hey Shampoch thanks for the review , could you compare the Landry to the Quickrod . Thanks
Congratulations! .....The Landry is a Killer amp!Ok so I ran the Landry and the Quickrod next to each other.... They are voiced pretty close with the Splawn only slightly darker. The Landry is more raw and uncompressed
Running through different cabs will make a difference. I run the Splawn through a Splawn 4x12 x-pattern cab with small blocks and big blocks. The Landry through a Bogner 4x12 V30's/75's x -pattern cab.
They are voiced pretty close with the Splawn only slightly darker. The Landry is more raw and uncompressed but still pretty squishy but with better definition of notes. The Splawn grinds as well as the Landry and a bit smoother or fluid.
You ever try to compare two similar amps for similarities when you have to shut them down and replug back into a cab? I was able to unplug from amp to amp back and forth. Believe me I understand the difference a cab can make I own (17) 4x12 cabs. The only duplicates I have are V30 cabs and could plug into both of those however I wouldn't use those cabs with either amp. The Splawn is running through its branded cab and the Landry through recommended Celestions. I like the x-pattern the best with this style amp. Even with the different cabs they still sounded similar. Sorry i didn't mention it.
All the time.You ever try to compare two similar amps for similarities when you have to shut them down and replug back into a cab?
I never knew Bill to recommend this combination.....the Landry through recommended Celestions......... a Bogner 4x12 V30's/75's x -pattern cab.
He never did and I didn't say he did. (quote below). He recommended Celestions in an email correspondence and I am sure other speakers would work as well. In fact I think I saw a video of him playing through Warehouse Speakers he liked.All the time.
I never knew Bill to recommend this combination.