Agreed, while your vid doesn't sounds bad by any means, I dont think it's exactly representative of the amp, either.
IME its a lot more high-endy and aggressive, with a bit of a loose low end - like I said, great for tracking leads.
I enjoy splawn amps in general, but just to add my two cents as I've had this conversation with multiple guitarists who've had a similar experience.
Most splawns are weird for me EQ wise, but the nitro is the weirdest. That's just personal preference - many people sound great on a Nitro...
Oh man, you're in for a treat when you get your Larry, if tight is your thing, they have the reputation for a reason.
The only Tone Specific humbuckers I've played were the blues set, and obviously they weren't ideal for what I'm going for. Hopefully they will release this custom set of yours!
I generally don't have any use for smaller cabs, at least for high gain amps, either - that's why I asked the question.
I already have the very nice red plate 4x12, as well as very nice homemade 1x12 with a 55hz scumback that I use for my 93 matchless Clubman
It just seems like it would make...
I get really good results with UK v30s in my red plate and the Larry, so you're right, it's probably a good idea to leave it as is.
The real question is would the fat bottom 2x12 with fanes do the trick, or do I need to go for the 4x12?
I'm going to need another dedicated "Larry cab"...
Quite often, when I'm not making demo songs with it, I snuggle up with my Larry on a bearskin rug, in front of a roaring hearth
And actually, the first time I played a Dino could pretty accurately be described as a religious experience.
So, more than "almost spiritual" 😂
They are a seething cascade of bloom and harmonics.
I will never be able to go back to another amp - there was an initial adjustment period, but now my Larry has become bonded with me in a synergistic relationship 😂
I can't imagine using ANYTHING else for high gain, anymore. At least for my...