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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Guitarjon, Jan 9, 2020.
I'll just drop it here:
I saw that, cool video as usual! Ola is great! I wish he would have messed with the EQ a bit more though because imho (personal taste) the amp really opens up once you add more mids and treble and carefully balance out the presence. It sounded great though!
It sounds much more honky on my Suhr 112 cab with v30 :-/
I wish he tried his own Solar guitar for more vareity. The Tremonti Treble is like... The polar opposite of his Duncan Solars. those pickups have a shiiit ton of output, mids, and treble.
but but but I did at the second half of the video :/
Stuck on my phone so I kinda skipped around so I must have missed it.
Edit: after seeing that I really want an Mt15 even more because holy shit that low B chug.
Awesome vid. Thanks for Your work. I wish Solar made headless..
I'm probably gonna sell my MT15 but then I second guess myself, haha.
Don't do eeeeeetttt!
The MT15 was a hit from the getgo. With it being a 15w version of the Archon (to a debatable degree), what's not to like?
I bet PRS has made a fortune off these things.
I slightly bigger MT15 with a resonance would be sweet. It shifts to the part of the Recto I like over the part I don't like. The point where I've been eyeing single recs and been wanting to mod them for a Res control and put kt77 in one. I've always been a Peavey and Marshall type guy, but the bite is there in this one.
I might have to get one, great value for the money...
It's definitely worth the money and it holds up when compared to more expensive amps imho.
Given it's taking them a while and a half to release the full-sized MT50/MT100, I wonder if anyone has gotten their MT15 modded to full 50W? They made it sound like it's just a couple of component changes + a new transformer.
After over a year of owning MT15 I have no need for that mod. It is very loud and has enough umph.
I heard about a 100W version but I might be wrong
That is correct and it has been confirmed by Tremonti himself. There are even pictures of the prototype on his IG. It does seem that it has more features that the 15w version but it's obviously bigger and louder. Mark has stated that he wants the volume to be able to go even lower than the MT15 as the minimum volume is quite high on that one.
There you go. Cheers, I still think the MT15 would be enough for what I do in the studio