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311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 02:46 AM

the Only Thread for SPLAWN Amplification!
 
SPLAWN AMPLIFICATION







http://splawnguitars.com/amps08.htm


facebook page (notice the music favorites) :D
https://www.facebook.com/splawnamplification


Quick run down here....


Splawn Amps are hand made and hand wired by Scott Splawn one at time. Scott started out modding Marshall amps before building his own line and continues to mod Marshalls today as well. The various models and specs can be found in the following pages. Each amp is made to order in just about any color/trim/headshell design combination listed below. Scott uses only the finest materials and hardware. You can tell just by picking it up how well it is made.

I requested permission before creating this thread and using pics from Splawn web site.


Splawn Forum (on Splawn site)
http://splawnfans.proboards38.com/index.cgi



Splawn is the 15656th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.001%; percentile is 75.700 [SourceCBN]




History

Splawn Guitars opens for business in May of 1996.

Great article on Scott's beginnings.
http://www.musicianshotline.com/arc...awn_guitars.htm


August/September 2002
http://www.musicianshotline.com/arc...od_marshall.htm
"Hello tone freaks! I am Scott Splawn of Splawn Guitars. Let's talk about taking that plexi reissue that you may have picked up at a bargain and turn it in to one of your most favorite stage amps. That sweet ole classic will walk the dog with a trip to my shop and one of my modifications. Most guys are sticking some sort of overdrive pedal in the front end, using a variac to lower the voltage and an attenuator to control the volume of that loud rascal. With the Splawn mod you can achieve the classic brown sound without any of these devices. What we do is rewire the pre-amp to an all tube, four gain stage, high headroom, low noise design, loaded with rich
harmonics and sustain. No solid-state diode clipping circuit in this baby. We tailor each stage to work through out the pre-amp to achieve the desired tone. The amp will have a footswitch able rhythm channel that has the classic tone with more muscle; the lead channel pumps the amp up on steroids to achieve all those hair raising pinch harmonics with ease. We also add a footswitch able solo volume control, {placed on the front panel} to get you over the mix when it's time for your lead work. This mod has taken years of tweaking to get it dialed in for the maximum Plexi-Drive tone. If you are interested, or have any questions in having this mod
performed on your re-issue, please feel free to contact us directly at www.splawnguitars.com."


Scott sings and plays guitar in an acoustic band called 3OP.
http://www.3opmusic.com/Bio.asp
"One Cool Thing About 3OP - I make really loud amps for a living. Some huge bands are playing them now. Yet somehow I'm in an acoustic band."




Mission Statement


At Splawn Amplification, we are committed to the highest customer service standards and product reliability, due to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The way we handle day to day business revolves around this relationship. We give all the honor and glory back to the One who is fully responsible. If you have any questions or comments about this mission statement, please feel free to contact us.


Contact Us

Splawn Amplification
115 South Gaston St.
Dallas, NC 28034

For product information or general
questions please email us
scott@splawnguitars.com
Sometimes emails do not get to us so if
you do not hear back from us please call
704-922-0020



---------------
Here is a kick ass search engine for finding used gear! :cool:
www.allofcraigs.com

Used Splawns are also sold/traded by Splawners in the Splawn forum here
http://splawnfans.proboards38.com/index.cgi?board=sales


:)

311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 02:47 AM

Models


(not including Marshall mods.)

HEY UG'rs and friends......If you have thoughts, clarifiers, questions, pics, clips, stories, please PM me and I will add. :liplick:





Hand made and hand wired by Scott Splawn himself. He is a 1 man show for the most part.


Quick Rod - Original Splawn tone with 3 gears
100 watts - w/ half power switch
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ and gain controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode, 3 gear modes
Gears - 1st - Hot Rod Plexi, 2nd - Hot Rod 800, 3rd - Super Hot Rod 800
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs



Nitro - Same as Quick Rod with more saturation and lower end for more modern tones
100 watts - w/ half power switch
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ and gain controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - resonance control, solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs, or Sovtek KT88s (120 watts)



Pro Mod - Same as Quick Rod but with KT88 Power tubes
100 watts - w/ half power switch
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ and gain controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode, 3 gear modes
Gears - 1st - Hot Rod Plexi, 2nd - Hot Rod 800, 3rd - Super Hot Rod 800
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Sovtek KT88s



Super Comp - Same as Nitro but with Single channel
50 or 100 watts - w/ half power switch
Single Channel (overdrive) Version of the Nitro
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Mode - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Tung Sol EL34Bs, or Sovtek KT88s



Pro Stock - Same as Quick Rod but with single channel
100 watts - w/ half power switch
Single Channel (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode, 3 gear modes
Gears - 1st - Hot Rod Plexi, 2nd - Hot Rod 800, 3rd - Super Hot Rod 800
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Gear control (see below) - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Gear Control (footswitch) - toggle b/t 1st & 2nd gear (when amp set to 1st gear) or b/t 2nd & 3rd (when amp set to 3rd gear
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs, or Sovtek KT88s



Competition - Same as Quick Rod but single channel, more tube options and 50w
50 watts - w/ half power switch (triode/pentode)
Single Channel (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode, 3 gear modes
Gears - 1st - Hot Rod Plexi, 2nd - Hot Rod 800, 3rd - Super Hot Rod 800
3 Button Footswitch - Gear control (see below) - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Gear Control (footswitch) - toggle b/t 1st & 2nd gear (when amp set to 1st gear) or b/t 2nd & 3rd (when amp set to 3rd gear
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs, or Sovtek KT88s



SuperStock - Same as Quick Rod but classic voiced with less saturation
100 watts - w/ half power switch (triode/pentode)
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ with added mid control and gain controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs


Street Rod - brand new combo
40 watt 1-12 combo - w/ half power switch
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ and volume controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - Three position mode switch, solo boost,
OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformers - Heyboer
Speaker - Splawn Small Block
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of EL34, EL34B
weight 65 lbs Dim W 25.5" H 21" D 11"



OPTIONS

Tolex Color
Black, White, Vintage White, Red, Purple, Orange, Boa, Green, Cocoa, Blue, Silver


Piping Color
Gold, Silver, White, Black

Grill Cloth
Black basket weave, Cane basket weave, White basket weave, Salt & Pepper basket weave

Headshell Style
Plexi (thin), "800 style" (thick), Pro Mod, Nitro, Super Stock, Super Comp

Front Panel
Plexi, "800 style", "800 style" w/ grill cloth, "Classic style" (competition/prostock only), Superstock mesh cut-out, Mesh cut-out,

Lexan cutout (clear, colored or custom)

Control Panel
Silver, Gold, White, Black (Nitro only)

Control Knobs
Silver, Gold, Black Chickenhead, White Chickenhead



Cabs :headbang:

412 Cab
3/4" 13 ply baltic birch plywood
Metal handles and connector plate w/ 1/4" and locking 1/4" jacks
Wired for stereo and mono operation
High-quality push-in casters w/ rubber feet
Rear-loaded (front-loaded option available)
Closed back
Available in straight, traditional slant, or hybrid slant [more info]
29.5" tall 29.5" wide 14" deep


212 Cab
3/4" 13 ply baltic birch plywood
Metal handles and connector plate w/ 1/4" and locking 1/4" jacks
Wired for mono operation
Rubber feet
Rear-loaded
Closed back
Available in horizontal or straight
20" tall 29.5" wide 14" deep


212 Over-sized
3/4" 13 ply baltic birch plywood
Metal handles and connector plate w/ 1/4" and locking 1/4" jacks
Wired for mono operation
High-quality push-in casters w/ rubber feet
Rear-loaded
Closed or open back
24" tall 29.5" wide 12" deep



Speakers
- made by Eminence

Big Block
Similar to a G12H30 Heritage
60 watts, 16 ohms

Small Block
Similar to a G12M Heritage
55 watts, 16 ohms


:heart:


(Scott Splawn no longer modifies Marshalls. They are seen however in used gear posts.)


Update as of 12/13/11:

Scott is not longer building the Oversized cabs.
Warehouseguitarspeakers.com has also been commissioned to build speakers for Scott.
A small form factor 'Mini' head is in the works.
There is a rumor of a Nitro/Quick Rod type amp called the 'Eliminator'

Update as of 04/26/12

Scott is also now sourcing Classic Tone trannies in addition to Heyboer.



Update 04/27/12: New Super Sport

Fresh off the Splawn forum:




Quote:
Originally Posted by Ayton(e)
The specs from Brian:

Introducing the new Splawn Super Sport 1X12 35w. Combo amp! Comes with dual channel,shared EQ,FX loop,Foot switchable overdrive boost, clean channel is like a fender circuit, and the overdrive is like a stock Plexi. Vintage 30 Celestion, weighs 45lbs, dimensions are—
price—$1650.00
Never thought I'd see the day a Splawn came with a stock V30. :)

http://splawnfans.proboards.com/ind...lay&thread=9116

311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 02:48 AM

pics



From Splawnguitars dot com


The single channel Competition in white.



The modern voiced Nitro in Z28 stripes




Teh Quickrod




Pro Mod




SuperStock




CABS



212 oversized - salt n pepper on black



212 black on black




Custom 4x12s



4x12 in white :heart:


NEW COMBO - The Street Rod





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311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 02:49 AM

Prototype Mini Headshell




UG'rs with Splawns

Erock503
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Erock503/music/
(that amp below used to belong to Eric before he sold to MatrixClaw)


MatrixClaw
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/MatrixClaw/music/ (Sick!)



MESAexplorer
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/MESAexplorer/
in stereo (Quickrod on left)


311zoso
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/311ZOSOVHJH/
bunch of different tone test from low gain to high gain


BOZCSC



who else has a Splawn?







Additional Clips (more added later)



Awesome Nitro vs Quick Rod comparison by Windsen





list from Khoifish
http://splawnguitars.com/Nitroclip.mp3
http://splawnguitars.com/Nitro%20KT77%20HOD.mp3
http://splawnguitars.com/Nitro%20KT...dForTheGods.mp3






Great Resource:

off home page
http://splawnguitars.com/clips.htm



Great Resource:

Lots of stuff in here
http://www.nme.com/video/id/RaqU36oLDIQ/search/splawn



Great Resource:

http://netmusicians.org/?search=splawn
(see Er


DSTaylor 80's metal on QR




MOST RECENT FINDS



Stuck Mojo - I'm American (I think both guitarists are using Nitros or Quick Rods.


Killswitch Engage used Splawn Nitros on the 2010 tour as well as their last album.

Godsmack are also using Splawn

Recent Filter show (you can see a Splawn toward the end)



Stuff from Blackoz (fortress66) Quickrod - Guns n Roses cover band



Fireflight
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8npv...feature=related

Carl Roa - Satch tones on a Nitro


Protest the Hero - using a Nitro on latest album
http://splawnfans.proboards.com/ind...lay&thread=8421

Stryper was seen on stage with a Splawn




Nitro


Nitro - this recent clip by Carl Roa is noice!


Great Nitro demo by FastRedPonyCar


shreddy stuff


first Nitro clip ever


FastRedPonyCar


Erock503
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/Erock503/music/

Adam D's Nitro live and Bubbastain
http://netmusicians.org/?search=splawn+nitro










Quick Rod Clean and Crunch


Here is a recent Quick Rod clip by khoifish. Yummy.


Nitro n Quick Rod by Laura Miller from Fools Crown (valvequeen.com)


Quick Rod n Nitro in stereo







Shadow...

Quote:
Originally Posted by shadow__666


Both guitarists use Splawn Pro Mods.





Ola rocks the Quick Rod





I just found this. This is a good QR demo




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311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 02:50 AM

NEW **********************


Just found this. Splawn Destroyer?






Quote:
Originally Posted by RigTalk dude
Correct dude! In the pic with all 3 Splawns The "Destroyer" Lo Sag is centered, yes I dubbed it that ;) Heres a close up and Splawn did a FIRST of Black Gator front and back panel never before done by Splawn, I wanted a GATOR-STYLE front face JCM800 style concept, and I sent Scott the Gator lol!! Brian who handles the cosemetic tolexing is a genious and the Splawn amps are basically like buying your own Customshop masterpiece!





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Reviews:



Harmoney Central Reviews
http://reviews.harmony-central.com/...mp/brand/Splawn


Info from nzguitars.com----------

http://nzguitars.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5918

The Quick Rod uses EL34s, which is a sound that most of us are very familiar with. For a standard mids-rich Marshall-esque rock sound, the Quick Rod is the way to go. The Quick Rod is rated at 100w, though measurements taken by Clarry proved the 100w rating to be rather conservative.

The Pro Mod uses KT88s, which increases the output, and also adds more top-end and bottom-end. The KT88s make the amp louder, and more aggressive. The Pro Mod is rated at 120w not going to post here what the max output Clarry measured on this one was, but the figure was enough to make him utter an expletive.

Half-Power Switch: Not a pentode/triode switch, but a more classic arrangement of simply cutting out 2 power valves, which is a very effective way of slightly reducing the volume and aggression, and increasing your ability to wind the power section up.

Switch a 3-notch click switch on the front panel which selects 3. Gear 1 is modded-Plexis¯, which is very convincing less gain and bottom-end, more of the classic upper-mids and a nice top-end bite. Gear 2 is my favourite classic JCM800 with smoother gain and thick, sustaining chords. Gear 3 is hot-rodded JCM800 territory, with more gain and bite on the top-end, still retaining full definition. Even at max gain settings, the gain never gets over the top. Scott Splawn is a guitarist himself and knows that a lot of modern high-gain amps have gain controls that get pretty unusable when turned up over halfway not so with the Splawns

Having tried modified Marshalls (Voodoo etc) and other amps based on the JCM800 (Bogner Ecstasy, Roccaforte HG100 etc), I can honestly say that Scott Splawn builds some of the finest amps in this style ever!

To put it succinctly, these amps are where Marshall should have gone after the JCM800 series.

The sheer power and volume of these amps is amazing anyone who's ever cranked the power section of a JCM800 2203 will know what I mean. That massive power section makes everything tight and articulate, no matter how much gain you're using.
Case in point: last night, while demoing the amp to a friend, suddenly the amp cutout we checked the connections everywhere, to discover that the palm-muted powerchords he had been playing had actually blown the speaker lead right out of the back of the Matamp 4x12 cabinet!

Where Splawns own sound comes into play is the preamp section. Smooth and almost liquid¯, with incredible sustain, and yet no sign of the buzzy, raspy gain that many high-gain amps exhibit. When you combine this with the classic JCM800-style poweramp section, it's absolutely amazing: clear, tight and defined, with great sustain and chord definition. No ugly frequencies or buzzy preamp gain, just a perfect interaction between the pre and power stages.




MatrixClaw on Comp vs Super Comp


I haven't tried either one of those Splawns, but I wish I still had my Nitro. I'm assuming you just like single channel amps? If I base my opinions on both off of the Quickrod and Nitro, the Super Comp is going to have a bigger, tight, lowend for metal and have a lot of low mids; to be honest, I never really played around with mine for anything other than cleans and high gain, so I have no idea how it sounds on mid-low gain. The Pro Mod is going to be brighter sounding with more high mids and more of a cutting lead tone than a smooth lead tone, a little less gain and voiced a little more vintagey. I really don't know how they'll react as far as clean tones go as they are only single channel, but the Nitro has much better cleans than the Quickrod.



REVIEWS - Comparison to EVH 5153 head as I was wondering :)


MatrixClaw on Quickrod vs Nitro vs 5153
Well, I've never played a Quickrod and it's been a while since I've tried the 5153, but going off of what I've heard and what I remember, the Quickrod's clean channel isn't as good as the Nitro's and the 5153 is much more of a lead amp.

You can coax rhythms out of the 5153, but they're not going to sound anywhere as aggressive as either of the Splawns will.

The Nitro, imo, had as good of cleans as the 5153 does, and it had the ability to be aggressive or smooth for leads and rhythms. I really never tried it for anything other than cleans and hard rock/metal though, so I can't really comment on its versatility, but I did use it with my Strat which had single coils and it could still pull off metal tones.

If I had the option again, I would definitely take the Nitro over the 5153.
Derek

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Eroc503

hey bro, haven't played a 5150III, only heard clips. Supposedly a good sounding amp, but like you said, doesn't hold a candle to Splawn build quality. Just comparing clips I've heard of it, doesn't have the low mid thump of the nitro, and doesn't have the upper mid growl of the QR. I think they do their niche better, but it depends what you want. I think the 5150III is more versatile than either Splawn head. sounds like it can cover much more ground.

Have you played the 5150III yet? Just from what I hear in clips, it sounds more voiced around the mids and upper mids. The Quickrod was like that for me, the Nitro was the only one that really could nail a modern metal tone IMO. I was using a 7 string though too, so that may affect what they can do.

I like both heads better than the Nitro for rock tones and mid snarl however. What are you mainly looking for?


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Mesa Explorer

The quickrod is very similar to the 5153. I would say they both share the early Van Halen tone, the 5153 doing it a little better, however, the quickrod does have a more layered harmonic range, while the 5153 can just sound thicker.

I'd say if you were playing more classic rock the quickrod on gears 1 and 2 does a better plexi type drive than the 5153, but on gear 3 it's a bit more modern than the 5153 but without as much bass.

As far as build quality goes, it's going to be quickrod all the way. Retaining value, again, the quickrod.

Playing at bedroom volumes...this can be tricky. With the volume all the way down it still has a little volume to it. Not too much but, more than I can use with my room right under my parents room at night. You can buy yellow-jackets and run it on the 50watt mode and basically have an 18 watter.

I prefer the sound of the Quickrod with a Strat and Les Paul, but nothing too modern. Just takes away from the vintage feel it has.

Roughly, I would say if you're going for Van Halen from the pre-section, Tool, Alternative, or 90's metal, extreme clarity and dynamics the 5153

For AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen from the power section, extremely full, unforgiving, best lead guitar amp in the world, the quickrod.



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****** on Quickrod
I also have a splawn modded marshall 1087x plexi. It does most of the same tones & it is cool looking in the small head shell. I needed to get rid of something . Splawn build quality is awesome & cust service is great. I just picked up a marshall 50 watt jvm. I like the tone a lot. It can get a little more modern & it has a ton of gain. It sounds more like a marshall. The splawn sounds close to marshall but it has its own voicing for sure. It has this angry sound coming from the upper mids that is a little different. The marshall has a more sweet bark in the mids instead of an angry snarl, if that makes any sense. The splawn is also very tight. It does not have a ton of gain but it is all clear and articulate. Not much saturation at all. I like the voicing of the jvm better but you need to keep the gain lower. The splawn clips on you tube sound great, but the jvm clips that I have heard suck. Try to play a QR and bring a od pedal too. The amp sounds good at noon on all controls. This amp is very picky about speakers, it sounds like ass with V30's. It sounds good thrue a marshall cab with g12 75's imo... Good luck , -----------------------
friend*



reseller in UK (good reviews with clips)
http://www.splawnamps.co.uk/index.html

note from Scott about modding Marshalls
http://www.musicianshotline.com/arc...od_marshall.htm

comparison of Engl Powerball to Splawn Quickrod
http://bbs.espguitars.com/archive/index.php/t-1760.html

comparison of Bogner Ecstacy and Quickrod
http://www.todayaq.com/guitar/guitar-5396.html

interesting wooden shell and cabs (check out the users Rig Room Album -wow)
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com...055180719EsKZtH

shadow__666 02-12-2009 02:52 AM



Both guitarists use Splawn Pro Mods.

Bostonrocks 02-12-2009 02:55 AM

took you long enough, I was gonna make a group cause there isn't one.

make it private membership only, although I couldn't join cause I don't own one (yet)

you ought to give a link to the splawn site.

and give the specs on all the amps

zachman5150 02-12-2009 03:33 AM

Scott is a SUPER cool guy, and makes very high quality gear. I like his stuff a lot.

Highly recommend, for guys who are looking for a pissed off modded Marshall tone that rips.

311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 03:46 AM

Yes, Scott builds some amazing amps. You can feel it when it comes out of the box and finally connects with your guitar.


I've pinged Derek, Eric, and MesaEx to see if they would get in here and offer up pics/clips/reviews :cheers:




I'm still a nub when it comes to Splawn as I just got it. If anyone else has one or has a question about them please speak up.

glad you guys like it so far.......


311's




MatrixClaw




(for those that don't know when MatrixClaw got his Splawn Nitro he was banned so I had to do his NAD for him:haha ....how gay is that? He doesn't have his Nitro anymore but this is the man responsible for my splawn gas.




MESAexplorer





mike.h




Khoifish





timzee117






Shabadoo


Bostonrocks 02-12-2009 03:54 AM

sweet job 311

EDIT: hey Zach, sorry for going after you like that.



I want a Competition again now

311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 04:05 AM

reserved**********




^yep

Scott Splawn is a savior. :down:

*I was on the fence with some things but talking to him thru email solidified my thoughts!





SPLAWNAGE
:cheers::headbang:




You gotta see this :eek:

interesting wooden shell and cabs (check out the users Rig Room Album -wow)
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com...055180719EsKZtH

Would the owner of this rig please come forward!




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Horlicks 02-12-2009 04:29 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by shadow__666


Both guitarists use Splawn Pro Mods.

And yet they still have a very generic and easily attainable with any cheaper amp type tone.

octavarium78 02-12-2009 04:34 AM

I wanna play a Splawn :(

BC_Warlock 02-12-2009 12:29 PM

Question...
So can splawn handle High gain music? Let's say bands like Chimaira, As blood runs black, Machine head, Born of Osiris etc.
But without the use of an OD. So the tone comes primarily from the amp?

Just a question i'm wondering because i can't seem to find anything about them playing modern metal/hardcore. If so, which would you suggest?

davedoom 02-12-2009 12:55 PM

Ah phew!

There's the bandwagon - thought id lost it for a second!

gregs1020 02-12-2009 01:03 PM

That Nitro in the Z28 stripes did me in. :cheers:

Edit: It's worthy of a larger pic btw. :D

nebiru 02-12-2009 01:10 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by BC_Warlock
Question...
So can splawn handle High gain music? Let's say bands like Chimaira, As blood runs black, Machine head, Born of Osiris etc.
But without the use of an OD. So the tone comes primarily from the amp?

Just a question i'm wondering because i can't seem to find anything about them playing modern metal/hardcore. If so, which would you suggest?

You tell me


eyebanez333 02-12-2009 01:20 PM

I want one of these bad...nice thread btw 311

311ZOSOVHJH 02-12-2009 01:21 PM

^thanks eyebanez!



I'll clean it up and keep on adding info.

Tnx for contributions and comments so far.


MatrixClaw's NAD (well sort of)
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...t=Matrix+Splawn


311's NAD
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...splawn+quickrod


Mike.h's NAD
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...d.php?t=1068296


Khoifish's NAD
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...97&page=9&pp=20


timzee117's NAD
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...d.php?t=1081755


Shabadoo's NAD
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/foru...d.php?t=1304322
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Retro Rocker 02-12-2009 01:27 PM

That Quickrod looks rather homosexual.


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