#1
Can someone please explain the difference between a VYPYR and a Bandit 112.

Pro's and Con's

Thanks
#2
The Bandit's a two channel ss amp. It's loud and cheap. The Vypyr is a modelling amp (also ss) which means it mimics the sounds of different amps, so it is more versatile than the Bandit.
#3
Quote by TheQuailman
The Bandit's a two channel ss amp. It's loud and cheap. The Vypyr is a modelling amp (also ss) which means it mimics the sounds of different amps, so it is more versatile than the Bandit.

Pretty good, and a very general explanation. A notion might be good to be made on the fact that the Bandit is an analog solid-state amp whereas the vypyr is a digital one. It doesn't necessarily mean that one is better than the other, it's all about what kind of a tone you like, but there is a distinguishable difference in the character of the two configurations.
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#4
vypyr is modeling, bandit solid state,
vypyr decent, bandit crap
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#5
The distortion on the vypyr is analog not digial. I myself prefer a vypyr.
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#6
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vypyr is modeling, bandit solid state,
vypyr decent, bandit crap


The Bandits do a mean black metal tone, actually.
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