I'm an Uber and Diezel fanboi, but the Butterslax took the win on the brootz and low end and clarity over everything I've tried thus far.MetalHeadMike":3bfor6t3 said:
But back to the Rev.2
- what cab
- 16ohm for all coil windings on the OT
- I used a 5751 first stage of channel 2 to open it up and it seriously made it thump (sounds counter-intuitive, but it worked)
- also opened the bias up to take 6550s with a resister mod, easy to do, easy to remove
Thing was thunderous.
At moderate all the way to crack-the-drywall volumes, and sounded very full even at lower volumes.
I've done a lot of Rev.2 playing around. As well, a LPS or EiYugo in the PI slot can really make it percussive and thumping.
Hope this helps.
EHX 6550s are the ticket for brands as far as 6550s go, they can handle the huge pV of the Rev.2 amps.