#1
Anybody had any experience with this head? Seems great, just wondering how it compares to the coveted VH-140c. It is made in the USA and either designed or totally assembled by Lee Jackson, not sure, but he definitely has some influence over it. Has pretty cool, features. Check it out and let me know what you guys think. Anybody with personal experience--please tell me how it is for METAL!

Thanks!
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#2
Haven't had one or tested on personally but from everything I have researched its Lee Jacksons version of a Marshall JCM 800.. So The tone your looking for might be quiet a bit different..
#3
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Haven't had one or tested on personally but from everything I have researched its Lee Jacksons version of a Marshall JCM 800.. So The tone your looking for might be quiet a bit different..



Well Zakk Wylde is my favorite guitarist and I would say I play like him/Dime mixed. So, that actually sounds right up my alley haha a hot rodded JCM800! Did Lee Jackson modify Zakk's marshalls in the ozzy days I heard somewhere? If so, this might be a poor man's version of that???
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Randall RM100/Basson Cab
DBX166XL/BBE Sonic Maximizer
Boss NS-2, sCream Cheese 2.0 OD, Zakk Wylde wah
Custom Epiphones
Monster Cables
Awe-in-One picks..and more
#4
Correct its about as close as your gonna get for the price.. And he has modded quite a few different legends amps in his day. Akira Takasaki, Steve Vai, George Lynch, Paul Gilbert and Zakk Wylde.
#5
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Correct its about as close as your gonna get for the price.. And he has modded quite a few different legends amps in his day. Akira Takasaki, Steve Vai, George Lynch, Paul Gilbert and Zakk Wylde.



I think I'm gonna go for it man, thanks for your help. Sounds too good to pass up. And a bias switch on the back from switching from EL34s to 6550s..no multimeter, servicing required just flip a switch--awesome.
http://www.youtube.com/user/chuckmehh
Randall RM100/Basson Cab
DBX166XL/BBE Sonic Maximizer
Boss NS-2, sCream Cheese 2.0 OD, Zakk Wylde wah
Custom Epiphones
Monster Cables
Awe-in-One picks..and more
#6
Quote by chuckmehh
I think I'm gonna go for it man, thanks for your help. Sounds too good to pass up. And a bias switch on the back from switching from EL34s to 6550s..no multimeter, servicing required just flip a switch--awesome.


Sounds like a plan and you cant go wrong with them.. Also even with the bias switch if you swap tubes you will need to set the bias up for them.
#7
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Sounds like a plan and you cant go wrong with them.. Also even with the bias switch if you swap tubes you will need to set the bias up for them.



Alright man thanks for the info. I'll let you know how this whole thing shakes out.
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Randall RM100/Basson Cab
DBX166XL/BBE Sonic Maximizer
Boss NS-2, sCream Cheese 2.0 OD, Zakk Wylde wah
Custom Epiphones
Monster Cables
Awe-in-One picks..and more
#8
ampeg used to make a very good bass amp in the early 80's. they've been around for some time.
#9
Quote by vanhampster
ampeg used to make a very good bass amp in the early 80's. they've been around for some time.

No way! I hear they know how tubes work too.

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