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Mesa Dual or Triple Recto -> 4X12
... and you can absolutely play one at low volume with great tones on tap.
You are getting the short end of the trade. Also, Single Rectifiers never came stock with black treadplate grills FYI. Do more research.
Cool. Glad to be of help. The depth button kills a lot of the good tones. I wish they would’ve used a depth pot instead of the on/off button....
Yep... Chinese Engl Savage 120 knock-off... except they omitted 2 small, but important buttons for the lead channel... the contour button... and...
No. No, no, no, no, no. :facepalm: :noplease: :nono:
It is not the same. The placement and voltage the built in equalizer operates at is way...
I love mine. I've got quite a few od pedals... and it ranks among my favs. Sounds great with a Rectifier... and really super amazing with my...
Now this is cool!
Thorpy Gunshot. The caliber control does some cool things by adding thickness/saturation to the tone... which might work with with the D60.
Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: 1998 Mesa Mark IVB Short Head
Modifications (if any): None
Accessories (hardshell case etc): Cover,...
They are like Pokémon... gotta catch them all.
Yeah... it's like a IIC+ "setting"... someone mentioned this earlier. It's not a mode switch like the MKV has for example though. And it's not...
For the lead channel:
I usually leave both Lead Gain & Lead Drive at 8 (Gain Pulled/Drive Not) +/-
Here are some oldie... but goodie MKIV settings: