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In 2002, Bill Landry, a guitar player of 27 years, found himself, as well as just about every other guitar player he knew, still searching for the amplifier that would deliver those elusive classic to modern rock tones. After owning many amps, each with certain good points and bad points, and all falling short of being the perfect amp, he decided to take matters into his own hands and build the amp he’d always wanted.
After a six year learning curve, with countless hours spent in his basement shop, he produced the first LS100 prototype. The response of the few people that played through it convinced him to start Landry Amps in 2008.