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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Michael, Feb 17, 2008.
Now they are level... lol
Loving the simplicity of this rig!
Setup by Bentaycanada posted Dec 17, 2020 at 3:36 PM
What are the differences other than the badges?
Different tubes in one and different speakers in the other (from stock). Otherwise only difference really is one has a series loop and the other the shitty parallel loop. I plan to mod it to be series.
Mesa was always changing things on the fly back then - but they both have a 9/93 build date (so same month - they didn’t put day like they do now) and are less than 100 apart in serial number.
Here's mine. Pretty basic compared to some of you maniacs, but it's what I have.
I love it, but I do need some shelves.
Question is, are you happy with it?
I am. It's great. It is precisely what I wanted. Even switched down to 1 Watt, it's way too loud for my room.
That's what matters...
Finally have all three 500's on the board. So I could chuck all the non-dirt pedals. I do need a slightly larger board to accommodate 4-5 dirts in total. Also would like to have all the 500's in a single line. And maybe add an ES-8 so I can loop each dirt where I want it.
My current small home setup. Needs tweaking, and four cables. The amp is a rather (ha!) obscure transistor thing that is used as pedal platform. 2*10 speakers. Trying to downsize a bit. The other amp in the room (not in the picture) is my behemoth Mesa studio -> mesa fifty/fifty -> Zilla SFB 212.
Oh, and don't be fooled by the clean and gentle appearance of that guitar. It will most definitely rip you a new one and is suitable to melt your face off.
How do you like that Peavey cab? I was looking at that and the 212C as a potential cab to "downsize" to, but my bias against Peavey cabs is keeping me at bay For the price and specs, they seem really good for the cost...
I don't have buckets of experience with guitar cabs, but the 112-6 sounds good to me. Not boxy or over-scooped or mid-honky or anything. It has a Celestion Greenback (possibly/probably made in China, I have not opened the back to find out) so it is at least not filled with something dubious like Radio Shack overstock bankruptcy auction mystery speakers or something.
Here’s a couple of pics of my rig at times!!
I Like your location, I want to go there
It was an adaptation of a verse a local historical poet said about one of the capes here, namely Cabo da Roca... the most western cape in continental Europe... nice sunny land...
Yes, I checked it out, looks nice!!
Sold 5 amps, and then literally 9 hours of tearing down and rebuilding shelving, but...
Now things can be converted from studio amp wall to just normal furniture look:
Living room can kind of look like a living room again.
All i see now is that you need a couple more amps
That's a really nice space you have there
You wish, keep dreaming...
... now on a more serious register, nice looking place you have there.
It's not much. But I'm still very much a beginner and on the learning journey. I will say though the pick ups have to go soon. Likely for an EMG hot 70's set. If not that then fishman classics.