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I much prefer horizontal, tilted back a bit. I love my Mesa Recto 2x12 with the back wheels removed so it’s angled up. Also fits my Electra Dyne...
We added She Sells and Love Removal to our sets recently. They are a lot of fun to play. I find most Cult songs and guitar riffs/parts to be big...
Ozzy and Andrew Watt are on the cover of a recent Guitar World issue. It’s an entertaining interview and Watt comes off like a nice guy.
So what comes after the PT-15?
Sweet guitar, a real beauty. Enjoy! :beer
This is a great read:
“While Roth was well accustomed to Templeman’s ways of working, it took a bit of getting used to for Vai, who had a very...
It is a funny expression. I haven’t played guitar in the bedroom since I was in university.
The Mesa Electra Dyne (head and 4x12 or 2x12) converted me from a life of Marshalls.
I just did a big sell-off at the start of this year, bunch of guitars, an amp, pedals, everything I had laying around.
Sure glad I did it then,...
Always liked Blacklight.
Not me. Have always stuck in the 40-100W range, mostly 90-100.
Mesa RA100 2x12 combo, was just over 90 lbs, I think.
Mesa Rectoverb 25 by TubeStack posted Jan 29, 2019 at 1:03 PM
Pedalboard by TubeStack posted Dec 8, 2019 at 6:58 PM
Dave's phrasing on the verses is especially fantastic. And a killer Vai solo (and main riff). Also love the bridge before and after the solo....
I used to love greenbacks and still appreciate them, but now much prefer Mesa V30s in a live rock band setting.
I find with greenbacks, if I’m...
Big Trouble is my favourite song from DLR and from Vai.
I love the SD1, too, especially into a dirty Marshall or Mesa.
If you want to try a cool variation, try the MXR CBMOD.
Wait, I thought you’re Buddy?
Always-on sweetener/buffer at the start of my board, running at 18v, set to unity.
Looks great, love the blue with the rosewood. Enjoy! :beer
Wow, that pic makes a convincing case, when you see it laid out like that.
Did this all the time with my 335, was fun and musically effective.
Sometimes, but more often, no.
I change strings before the gig.