The major downside in owning a Rec is that it takes a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng time to dial up the tone that makes you want to cry with joy.
Once you find the sweet spots, make sure you jot down notes.
That way you can always find your way back...........
I actually keep my favorite amp settings on a laminated 8X12 sheet. (Yes, I'm that anal.)
I'd tell you what they are................ But I'll have to kill you afterwards............
Enjoy the new head.
And be very patient.................
Your friendly neighborhood guitar grandpa.............
1992 Fender Twin Reverb (Reissue 85W), 1997 Mesa Dual Rectifier Solo Head (100W), 2002 Marshall 1960A 4X12 Cab, Morley A/B switch, THD Hot Plate, Vintage Pro-Co Rat distortion (Used on Fender Twin), Holy Grail Reverb (Used on the Mesa), MXR 90 Phase, Ibanez Chorus, IbanezTube Screamer TS-9, Budda Bud Wah, Boss Chromatic Tuner, Boss Digital Delay, Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus , Tortex picks, Blue Steel Strings 9's and 11's, Guitars: 1999 Gibson Les Paul Standard (Cherryburst), Early 90's Gibson SG Standard (Black), Late 80's Ibanez E/X Black & White Pickguard (humbucker, single coil, humbucker. whammy), 2000 Ibanez Electric Acoustic, 80's Hunk of crap Fender Acoustic, Brand Spanking New Martin HD-28 Acoustic.
Last edited by MotherHumbucker; 11.10.04 at 8:04 PM.