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    Mesa Dual Rectifier Vs. Mark V

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    • Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier
      Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier

      Gained incredible popularity in the 90`s. A safe pick for most kinds of modern heavy music. Several different versions have been released throughout the...

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    • PRS SC 245
      PRS SC 245

      PRS`s approach to a classic LP-ish body and a shorter 24.5" scale.

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    • Mesa/Boogie Mark V
      Mesa/Boogie Mark V

      Latest generation of amplifiers focused on versatility and variety of tones. Every one of 3 channels has unique and independent circuitry with 3 different...

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    Ola Englund - Mesa Boogie Mark V - Playthrough

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    • Mesa/Boogie Mark V
      Mesa/Boogie Mark V

      Latest generation of amplifiers focused on versatility and variety of tones. Every one of 3 channels has unique and independent circuitry with 3 different...

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    • Ibanez RGD2127
      Ibanez RGD2127

      A popular 7-string with a longer scale for serious down-tunings.

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    Hughes & Kettner GrandMeister 36

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    • Hughes & Kettner Grandmeister 36
      Hughes & Kettner Grandmeister 36

      A very interesting tube head design of the 21st century. This is a digitally-controlled analogue all-tube head with multi-fx module. Presets can be...

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    Orange Dark Terror vs Orange Micro Terror vs Jet City JCA20h vs Jet City JCA50h vs Mesa Dual Rec

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    • Orange Dark Terror
      Orange Dark Terror

      Another tiny all-tube no-compromise Orange head. With noticeably more gain and "nastier" voicing than the Tiny Terror you can obtain some serious heavy...

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    • Orange Micro Terror
      Orange Micro Terror

      The new smallest design of all Orange amps. This time with a solid state poweramp. Still quite terrorizing.

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    • Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier
      Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier

      Gained incredible popularity in the 90`s. A safe pick for most kinds of modern heavy music. Several different versions have been released throughout the...

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    Ola Englund - EVH 5150 III - Metal

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    • EVH 5150 III 100W
      EVH 5150 III 100W

      After parting ways with Peavey in 2004, Eddie Van Halen started his own brand and kept the "5150" name for his flagship amp.

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    ENGL Savage vs Blackmore

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    Marshall JCM800 + 1960BV cab in Metal style

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    Marshall DSL 100 & EVH 5150 III on 1960BV cab.

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    • Marshall 1960BV
      Marshall 1960BV

      Slightly warmer than 1960B due to different speaker choice.

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    • Gibson SG Standard
      Gibson SG Standard

      Originally created as a cheaper alternative to Les Paul model in early 60s due to gibson`s financial problems. Stayed as a classic on its own.

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    • EVH 5150 III 100W
      EVH 5150 III 100W

      After parting ways with Peavey in 2004, Eddie Van Halen started his own brand and kept the "5150" name for his flagship amp.

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    Marshall Amp Comparison SLP1959 v JCM800 by The Clan's Craig McDonald July 2012

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    Official review of Peavey TripleX II Guitar Amplifier

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    • Peavey XXX
      Peavey XXX

      High gain powerhouse with unique tone shaping features. In the latest edition a built-in noise gate module was introduced.

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