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Very curious as to what became of this.
I'm interested in the new features and if they really "improved the sound" at all.
Really riding on your review to see if you noticed any tonal change and/or enjoy the new controls and options.
You're my only hope Obi...errr..LTD-live!
But in all seriousness
I'd love to read a review or just hear what your experiences have been so far.
ok sounds great
hmm... how about splitting shipping costs? i'm in massachusetts. do you also have a cab for sale?
$1500 and i can send you payment in full right now?
I know this is insanely old, but how much are you asking for?
Head or Combo??
Multi-Watt Dual Recto, If you must have multi-watt, Get the Dual so you can switch to 50 watts in the studio, Or when you play live get the headspace of 100 watts.
But a used Dual Recto may serve you fine as well,
I have a THD hotplate and a Marshall Powerbreak, Yeah, They are great and they work, But I have never needed them for my Mesa, Mesa's handle lower volumes well in my opinion. They may be known for being one of the world's loudest amps but that doesn't mean they can't be played a low levels and get good tone.
So you may just want to get a previous series Recto, and have an attenuator, Just in case.
Also, The member fbeckinsale said in another Mesa thread that the older Rectos sound better than the new ones.
And I have good reason to believe she knows what she is talking about..
I personally don't have much experience with the Mark series of amps, I've always liked the Recto sound.
Judging from the specs the powerball 2 is worth it. 4 gain controls which means, each channel is more independent. Just missing a seperate E.Q for all 4, (has 2 shared E.Q's).
The mid boost button and fx loop that can be turned on/off via a footswitch. All stuff which i'd use. I have the old powerball and have to use a E.Q pedal in the loop to boost the mids.
ISP Decimator is amazing!
I have now joined the club.
here's a tutorial on stewmac that shows how to work with bindings , it also shows the way to handle paint if the guitar has binding.
I dont know about the knucklehead II but I would try to slap a TS in front of it with the gain at 0 and the level between 8-12 o clock. To me it has that Mesa low end mud to it and the TS cleans that up nicely. I have a K-Tre 120 and that is what I do to clean the mud up. I also run a para EQ on the effects loop and throw the HP/LP filter on 60/11khz respectivly. I am running a Mesa Recto standard cab as well
Ugh i just sold my 2ch triple rec and the 4x12 a few days ago to buy a mark IV widebody combo!! I could have kept the 4x12 with this deal!
somebody snatch up this deal!!