#1
Today I played a Mesa Stilleto deuce II through the matching 2x12 cab and it absolutely blew me away!i loved the high gain mode on channel two. I like it better that dual and triple recs. Is there any way I can get that tone without spending soooo much money?
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#2
Quote by Acap0624
Today I played a Mesa Stilleto deuce II through the matching 2x12 cab and it absolutely blew me away!i loved the high gain mode on channel two. I like it better that dual and triple recs. Is there any way I can get that tone without spending soooo much money?


Get a local amp tech to make a hot rodded marshall JCM800 clone.
#3
It's sad that i didnt think of that. have any idea how much that would cost, though?
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#4
Quote by Acap0624
It's sad that i didnt think of that. have any idea how much that would cost, though?

I honestly have no idea. I own an MG. Does that say something?
Either way, it will still be a lot cheaper than a Stiletto, unless you get a killer deal on one.
Whats your location?
You could also buy a Splawn.......expensive, but similar tone for less.

EDIT: Youre in luck.
Guess what I found.

http://cgi.ebay.com/MESA-BOOGIE-Stiletto-Deuce-EL34-Head-Guitar-Amplifier-/160570160575?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2562ba35bf

http://cgi.ebay.com/Mesa-Boogie-Stiletto-Ace-1x12-Combo-Amplifier-/160569990104?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2562b79bd8

I doubt youll be able to get a hot rodded Marshall clone built any cheaper.
Last edited by GS LEAD 5 at Apr 10, 2011,