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Old 10-03-2012, 12:46 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by zilant
I tried out a Mark IV combo at guitar center last weekend and I couldn't get it to sound good.
It was too brittle sounding. Granted, I didn't spend a very long time with it.

I tried a rectifier befor eand I didn't like it either.

Does anyone know how the 5150 iii acts with pedals?

mark IV's are the tweakers amp. i have had mine for probably 6 weeks (i don't remember) and i am still tweaking. you really have to read the manual to learn about the amp. for one different knobs effect multiple things, the mids change with the treble, and keep the bass at under five or six, know what to, how the fat switch and the bright settings and the pull out.

i could babble on but its pointless. if you find one in your budget i would get one. i love it now, but did go through a phase of being unhappy with it, but after tweaking it was worth it.
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Originally Posted by H4T3BR33D3R
The reason why people like relic'd guitars is because they look played in and road worn. Not the result of somebody with a saw, torch and a couple of hits of acid.
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