#1
I have a Bogner Uberschall right now but I am considering getting a Mesa Boogie Road King Rectifier. Which one is better? and what are the main differences?
#2
At this level of amp you shouldn't be asking us which is better and what the differences are. You should be playing them, studying them, comparing them and making your own decision. You'd be amazed what you can find on Google
#3
the answer is to get fortin to turn your uberschall into a jumbo jet. do you have the twin jet?
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#4
Neither is better than the other, they are simply different. That said the Road-King is probably more versitile however i'd still take the Bogner in a heartbeat.

EDIT: I call bluff... read his other thread, he has no idea
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#5
Why do you keep making new threads? I just answered in your other one...


RK is better, for sure.

The Uber sounds pretty nice with a boost, but without it it sounds bleh IMO.
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#6
Quote by Guitar-KID125
Neither is better than the other, they are simply different. That said the Road-King is probably more versitile however i'd still take the Bogner in a heartbeat.

EDIT: I call bluff... read his other thread, he has no idea



What do you call bluff on? this is an extension of my last thread.