#1
ok heres everyones favourite:

Josh Homme:

Songs For the Deaf:

Maton MS500
Ovation GP (Three, Sunburst, Wine Red and Black)
Ampeg VT300 (3x cabinets)

Lullabies to Paralyze et al:

Maton MS505 (Betty Blue)
Maton MS500
Motor Bel Ave
Yamaha Troy Van Lueween
Ampeg VT300 (3x Cabinets)

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James Hetfield:


Early Days and Garage Days:

Epiphone Flying V (Original Configuration Pickups)
Marshal JCM Super Lead 100 watt Cab and Mesa Head
Boss Noise Gate
Roland Signal Booster

Master Of Puppets et all:

ESP Explorer
Gibson Les Paul (with EMG humbuckers)
Fender Nylon Acoustic
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets

Reload and St Anger:

ESP Truckster
ESP LT JH1
ESP Explorer
Gibson Les Paul 1959
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets
Diezel Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets


Feel free to add more
#2
both of them are not rare but whatever

Eric Melvin:
ESP Japan Les Paul
Mesa Boogie Tripple Rect

El hefe
Smae amp
Fender telecaster
#4
Neil Zaza

Cort MXNZ Signature
Fender Twin Valve Amps
Boss Multi-effects
Digitech Whammy
#5
Quote by unionx
ok heres everyones favourite:

Josh Homme:

Songs For the Deaf:

Maton MS500
Ovation GP (Three, Sunburst, Wine Red and Black)
Ampeg VT300 (3x cabinets)

Lullabies to Paralyze et al:

Maton MS505 (Betty Blue)
Maton MS500
Motor Bel Ave
Yamaha Troy Van Lueween
Ampeg VT300 (3x Cabinets)

===========================

James Hetfield:


Early Days and Garage Days:

Epiphone Flying V (Original Configuration Pickups)
Marshal JCM Super Lead 100 watt Cab and Mesa Head
Boss Noise Gate
Roland Signal Booster

Master Of Puppets et all:

ESP Explorer
Gibson Les Paul (with EMG humbuckers)
Fender Nylon Acoustic
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets

Reload and St Anger:

ESP Truckster
ESP LT JH1
ESP Explorer
Gibson Les Paul 1959
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets
Diezel Triple Rectifier Heads and Cabinets


Feel free to add more


Master of Puppets was done with the Mark Series, ie the IIC+, definitely not the Triple Rectifiers.
#6
And JCM 800's, I believe.
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#7
Glad to know theres another Neil Zaza fan here, but I think your info might be a bit out-of-date. He's using Diesel (I think) amps now, and if I remember correctly he uses a modded Vox wah, modded Phase 90, and a Keeley pedal that immitates a half-cocked wah pedal. Its all on his website under gear if you'd like to take a peek.
#8
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Master of Puppets was done with the Mark Series, ie the IIC+, definitely not the Triple Rectifiers.


Not to mention triple rectos didn't even exist in 84 or 85
#9
Quote by unionx
Neil Zaza

Cort MXNZ Signature
Fender Twin Valve Amps
Boss Multi-effects
Digitech Whammy

Sorry mate, but no where near. These days he uses Diezal amps. His pedalboard can be found on his homepage, neilzaza.com.
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#10
Quote by xifr
Sorry mate, but no where near. These days he uses Diezal amps. His pedalboard can be found on his homepage, neilzaza.com.


+1. just saw the site the other day..
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#11
I'm locking this, because the threadstarter is posting too much incorrect information.
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