#1
Well a lot of these topics allready exist. Most of 'em are only lists so i tried to make some screenshots while watching the "Some Kind of Monster" documentary.
The first two pages are amps that i was able to identify (besides some wierd marshalls and blurry images). The 3rd and last page are all amps i couldn't recognize.

I didn't include the obvious stuff. Mostly amps, heads and cabs that don't appear on the regular lists of metallica's gear on the web.

http://img45.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=44327_metstudio1_122_413lo.jpg
http://img141.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=44334_metstudio2_122_367lo.jpg
http://img151.imagevenue.com/img.php?image=44340_metstudio3_122_409lo.jpg
#2
The last one on the last page is an acoustic 360.

EDIT: heres a pic:
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#3
the first one, i think the "Unknown cab" is an Orange amp
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#4
The half stack on the right in the first picture looks very much like a Bogner Uberschall.
The head under the two Randall Titans is a Diezel of some sort (looks like a Herbert).
The head on top of the 5150s is a Line 6 of some sort (can't remember the model name).
Those are the ones that I recognised straight away, not too sure about any of the ones on the last page, but one looks like an old Laney or something, it's too blurry to tell properly.
#5
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The head under the two Randall Titans is a Diezel of some sort (looks like a Herbert).


It's a VH4. Don't know why i didn't include a better picture of it, since i have one. Seems to 've been gone awal.
Another one that for some reason didn't make it is a Fender Cyber Twin, used by James.

Anyone who has a clue on James's first amp? (first page) Apparently he still uses it.
In the docu, he turns it off after playing a riff for the St.Anger album. And as you can see in the pics it's mic'ed up.
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#8
^On stage, yes. But for recording, theres no saying, for sure, what they use. Unless they let that information out. That goes for pretty much every band/guitarist.
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#10
Also the amp with the 1963 license plate leaned against it is a Roland JC-120 head james uses it live
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#11
no wonder st. anger sounded like mud... they must've tracked each of those amps twice and then put them on every single track. i have no idea how these people with so many resources could make sounds so horrible.
#12
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#13
NO your both Wrong.

Kirk USes the Dual for his dirty tones and a triaxis for his cleans

James Uses Either the Diezel VH4 or Triaxis for his dirty tones and the Roland JC120 combined with the triaxis for his cleans
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#15
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It's a Trainwreck. Sadly, it looks like the maker of these amps has recently passed away.



my dad has been interested in building a valve amp (buying it unassembled). He's found a few sites on the net that make copies of 36/18 watt marshalls and trainwrecks, which i think he is gonna build. If its decent I'll put a review up.
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#16
Got the "A year and a half in the life of Metallica" dvd today.
I'll try and do the same thing for that one in a few days.