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  • catzodellamarina
    started a topic Heisman of Heads

    Heisman of Heads

    1. Soldano SLO 100
    2. Rivera Knucklehead
    3. Mesa Boogie Triple Recto
    4. Marshall JCM 2000 TSL
    5. Line 6 HD 2
    6. Carvin MTS
    7. Peavey XXX
    8. (write in a nomination)

    Pick the best overall. Not the best death metal amp, the coolest looking, the loudest, the most prestigious but the BEST amp with the best tone to play a variety of music. Give some good reasons. Not Beavis responses.

  • thingman
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    yes this poll is gay

    [ December 19, 2002, 07:16 AM: Message edited by: thingman ]

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  • thenine
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    MH: I live in Portland, of course BroFF is across the river in Vancouver, WA. He and I just saw the Iron Maidens last friday at the The Roseland. Awesome show! And yeah, XTC's rock, great versatility too. I just got a medusa cable and a GCX. So I can switch mine using midi. Awesome, what more would you want?

    JOHN

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  • MetalHead
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    Hey Thenine... Me too. Where you live? I was at Tim's house about week and a half ago passing though. That Ecstacy was to die for. I thought the Uber was cool but a lot more metalic. I believe I have found my new pinacle when I played Bro-ff's Bogners. I'm seriously thinking about dumping my Recto now. Of course I haven't tried a SLO but the Bogners are truly impressive. Seems real easy to dial in too. I think the Knucklehead and the Dual Recto's are a beeotch to dial in IMHO.

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  • Lordofgain
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    You know, the words "Gorilla" & "Gay" should never appear in the same thread together...ever [img]graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

    [ December 17, 2002, 08:42 PM: Message edited by: Lordofgain ]

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  • hpets
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    Gorilla 10 watt hands down.
    hpets [img]graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

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  • Chuckracer
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    You all know my vote! [img]graemlins/headbang.gif[/img]

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  • markD
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    Personally, I use and dig the Rivera. Versatile clean to tight crunch. Not much for over the top gain. Distortion stays clear and articulate. Oh yeah, that's the M/S series not the Knucklehead. Great for country AND rock!!

    mark

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  • horns666
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    This poll is gay

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  • 777SteveVai777
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    Man you guys are LOOZERS! The Line 6 is obviously the best! [img]graemlins/baby.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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  • EVHwannabe
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    Marshall Superleads (small logo, 4 input) with a master volume mod. Add pedals in front for variety. Deafening; cuts through the mix; classic Marshall tube sound; It shreds.

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  • thenine
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    well, I played Tim's (BroFF) Uber and XTC back to back with MY RR1. I chose the XTC instantly. Mind you, Im not a nu-metal guy. For me, the gain channel on the Uber was very good as stated by many here, but the red channel with boost on the XTC was not that much different to my ears. A bit more gain yes, but the versatility in the XTC far outwayed any tone difference to me. Really you cant wrong with a Bogner as far as Im concerned.

    JOHN

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  • Explorer77
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    twirly fries are better

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  • Lordofgain
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    I like my fries crinkle cut. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]

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  • Chuckracer
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    Catzodellamarina, I just re-read your post and I don't get what you are looking for.

    "...the best tone to play a variety of music."

    So are you looking for our personal "Holy Grail" tone amps, or the one that slices, dices, and makes jullian fries? [img]graemlins/scratchhead.gif[/img]

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