#1
what exactly does it do?
Is it for specifically for metal?
Or can I use it for grunge?
#2
Its an amp...? There is no amp that is specific for a certain style, I'm sure it will handle grunge just fine.


But if you have to ask this question, spending $3000 on a mesa stack might not be in your best interest.
#4
Oh, you mean the amp model.

Yeah, its supposed to be modelled after a Mesa triple rectifier (standard new modern metal br00t4lz tone). Its supposed to be for high gain metal but if you like it for grunge, you could certainly use it.
#8
Im guessing you have a roland cube? Yeah you can get some pretty good tones out of them. The bassist in my band has one for his guitar and he gets a good metal tone out of the r-fier model and a good classic rock tone out of classic stack.
#9
yeah ive realized that.
im having a problem finding my grunge setting. i had it a few weeks ago. then i played one metal song and my amp went to ****.
#10
ah, thats never good. with the cubes and other modelling amps ive used whenever i get a good tone i write down my settings and what its for. Are you playing high gain grunge?
#11
yeah high gain.
nirvana sort of tone. but not exactly (but alot more technical and skilled guitar)
although our lyrics arent nowhere as good.
#12
oh sweet sweet. do you guys have anything recorded? and i think the r-fier setting is the best for you maybe back off the gain a little bit?
#13
no nothing recorded.
but we've got alot of songs written.

r-fier. sweet thanks
#14
sounds cool man. let me know if you do get anything recorded. good luck with the settings