I know that seems contrary to forum opine but its true.
I’m sure you’ve heard it, but check this out for some killer Mark IV. tones.Not surprised in the least…. There isn’t a single mark recorded tone I prefer over a recto, not once. And I’m talking true mark series tones, that were literally just the mark, not the combo stuff like Metallica did etc.
I’m sure you’ve heard it, but check this out for some killer Mark IV. tones.
file pic tho mine has the loop mod.Your factory warranty is VOID!
Its around 2012 or so. I didn't write the revision down last time i was in the chassis.What PCB revision and serial is yours?
I cant stand my three channel, worst amp ive ever heard :/
Oh, it could be a Triaxis through a III, I may be mistaken. I‘m pretty sure I read somewhere that it was a IV, and it sure sounds like it could be one. Anyway, it’s definitely some nasty Mesa tone. I totally agree about the tone being somewhat player dependant. The attack of those players you mentioned are definitely bringing out the best of their chosen amps.one of my favorite albums, always has been! Absolutely love this tone, I thought it was a triaxis though and/or a mark 3? Either way, I’ve always loved This tone, probably my favorite mark series strictly tones. I love lamb of god but to me their tone is more in their vibe and songwriting and it just fits, vs just the actual tone by itself. Not sure how much I’d like it with any other players. Same with dime: I love his tone, but it’s dime playing ya know?
on that note, dead heart is still a pinnacle to me and many others and it’s phenomenal. It’s hard to compare politics of XTC to it though because obviously the song writing and more importantly the tuning was completely different. I’d like to hear politics slightly remixed, to especially remove too much of the rumble on the palm mutes/ low end, with some multiband compression etc. that would be sick with just a touch of it I think.