#1
I posted earlier about waiting on the amp to be delivered, but now it's sitting right next to me :]

This amp is the definition of the 90's high gain sound. It's a blend of a Mark IV and a Rectifier.

I may post a video or something in the next few days, and definitely some pictures tonight.

I couldn't figure out how to make the footswitch work [Believe me, it's complicated... 2 button footswitch controls reverb, channel, graph. EQ on/off, graph EQ on lead/rhythm, and other stuff] so I'm just using the toggle switch right now.

My lead channel settings are [#...not time]
Gain: 9
Treb: 0
Mid: 4
Bass: 10
Presence: 3
Reverb: 0

And the graphic EQ has slightly boosted bass and slightly lowered treble.

The mid knob is like a high mid, low treble knob, which is why I have the actual treble set to 0.

I don't really use the clean channel

Again, it is in perfect condition with the original Mesa tag on it [inspection, etc.] and tubes that were put in yesterday. He included the original tubes to use as spares.

$975, delivered to my living room.
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#2
Congrats first of all!

Always wondered what the dc's were like.

But ya, porn please
#5
kinda looks like a really long 2ch mark IV...

we want clips!
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#6
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kinda looks like a really long 2ch mark IV...

we want clips!

I'll get a mic set up and record some.

I haven't done clips before so it will be a learning experience :]

I guess i'll make a music myspace for it.
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#7
Sweet amp. I recently converted to mesa and I think it may be difficult to go back. I just wish the parts for my damn guitar would get here soon so I can put it back together and play the thing.
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