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On the price, ESP definitely is not cheap for a full custom order, but I don't think you can buy a better quality guitar.
I'm not terribly...
Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Rev F
Modifications (if any): none
Accessories (hardshell case etc):...
I forgot my RG9 has two rods, and it works well. Yeah, I zeroed both rods and now I just adjust evenly and it's been great, so I guess the two...
Having dual truss rods and no Floyd is a bit of a deal breaker for me.
Really prefer a reinforced neck with just one rod. I...
I sometimes double boost my Marshall 2204s. They are relatively modest gain amps to start with. I nearly always boost with an SD-1. To get a...
At least with my 2-channel Rectos, if I'm in vintage high gain, I like the bass around noon and the treble and mids dimed. Otherwise, it kinda...
I thought the Positive Grid BIAS Mark model sounded pretty good for MOP.
I briefly played the Mark V:25 at very low volume through a 1x12 cab and...
Well, the cab is little!
And since these days, I'm often kicked out of where the big amps are, I have an actual bedroom amp again...
It's way different from an 808. I like the 33 a lot. It cuts a lot of low end and imparts a very mean, aggressive EQ over things. Despite cutting...
What must be my trifecta of amp. '76 Marshall 2204, '84 Mesa IIC+, and a '92 Rev C Recto.
Just loving all Rectos right now.
I feel personally attacked.
No idea what it's worth or who that band is, but the guitar looks awesome.
Yeah, locking tuners make stringing and stretching the strings much easier and faster.
Gorgeous! Congrats on a killer guitar. Workmanship looks awesome.
Maybe heat wouldn't escape as effectively? I assume it'd be fine, but maybe just keep a check on its temp.
I think Robert Trujillo uses a Recto with his Ampegs, and man his bass tone is killer.