#1
I'm probably going to go some time in the new two months, how much do you think a dual recto road king would cost?
#3
i want to go too. they sell fulltone pedals.


and for ur question, no, never been there.
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#6
There was someone a while ago who made a thread when he got a Mark IV.

Says he used the remaining part of his financial loan.
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#7
Quote by paintITblack39
There was someone a while ago who made a thread when he got a Mark IV.

Says he used the remaining part of his financial loan.


#8
Hollywood?? My but that sounds expensive and posh (and pretentious lol). I'll stick to the beer budget places lol.
#10
Quote by edge11
I'm probably going to go some time in the new two months, how much do you think a dual recto road king would cost?


I was there last week. Nice store with really nice (and knowledgeable) employees.

I got a price sheet from them... the road king head goes for $2,599.
#11
Quote by JeffWiredBeck24
Does anyone know how much a Mark IV would cost there?


The head is $1,899
The combo is $1,999
#14
^ save your pennies.

and if it makes you feel any better, the combo in NJ is $1949.
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#16
good, that's saving 5000 pennies right there.
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Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
Vox V847a
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