New Rig Pic. Day (Elmwood + CAA content)

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Zootallures, Apr 3, 2008.

  1. Zootallures

    Zootallures Member

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    This is Tonal Nirvana for me!!!
    I play this rig in Stereo....:eek:


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  2. Sleepo

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    Gorgeous.

    How's the ENGL cabs? I've heard they're not great, in sound quality + build quality, which is surprising to me, for ENGLs.
     
  3. Zootallures

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    Oh God were you misinformed.
    Don't know much about their Amps,
    But you won't find a better build Quality in the Engl
    Pro Cabinet, Loaded W/Celestion V-30's.
    Built like a Tank, 14 Ply Folded Birch and Heavy.
    Front loaded and Punchy as Hell, with enough Bottom End
    to shake the Walls, Just have to dial it in accordingly.
     
  4. Rayneman

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    That's nice.

    I had an OD100 SE+ for awhile that I eventually traded for a SLO100, with which I am happier. What do you think of the M90, and especially, as compared to the CAA? Can you compare it to an Ecstasy 101, if you've played or owned one?

    Sorry for all the questions, but I am getting the itch again and this time its the Elmwoods and I'm trying to figure out if its different enough from a Soldano SLO and an XTC to warrant hunting one down.

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  5. Zootallures

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    Yeah Man, I remember when you traded the CAA for the SLO.
    The M90 has a more aggressive bite than the amps you've mentioned.
    It gets just as thick as the OD-100 SE+, I think they're a perfect pair.
    The XTC is Dark and Smooth, but still awesome. The M90 Has a Fat
    Bite with a Modded Marshall-esque Grind. It boils down to personal
    preference, but you can't go wrong with any of the Elmwood Products.
    It's a good Itch to have!!
     
  6. Rayneman

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    Great...now I am going to have to get an M90.

    Thanks alot! :mad:

    :)

    EDIT: Wow, there's one in the emporium right now...this might be a record for me in terms of the interest-> research ->G.A.S.-> hunt -> purchase process. Why did I watch those youtube M90 videos...?

    EDIT II: Yikes, I snagged the M90 in the emporium. :NUTS:RoCkIn
     

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