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Posted on Jun 15, 2011
Owner's Notes
Straight from the manual.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
Owner's Notes
Here are some more very unorthodox Roadster settings. I have the treble off, the bass off, the gain before at 10:00, the mids dimed, and the presence dimed. 50watts, bold, diode rectification, channel 3, modern mode ...
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
Owner's Notes
These are very unorthodox Roadster settings. I have the treble off, the bass off, the gain before noon, the mids dimed, and the presence dimed. 50watts, bold, diode rectification ...
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
Owner's Notes
Here is a good demonstration of how pretty the Roadster's clean tones can be. I read a lot of things stating that they can be sterile, but I don't see it that way. To my ears, this amp has very usable clean tones when dialed in correctly and with good volume. This is at a very LOUD volume!
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
Owner's Notes
This is the manual's "Purring Blues" setting. Like many of the settings in the manual, this one needed a bump up in the mids. For some reason Mesa leads people to believe that the channels sound best with the mids almost completely backed off. For the longest time, I figured that listening to Mesa's suggestions would be my best bet for a good sound. And for the longest time, I was always feeling lost in the mix anytime I played in my band. Now I know better. In this clip, Mesa's settings are great, except the mids they suggest. I have them around 10 o'clock.

I like this clip because you can really hear the dynamics of the Roadster's RAW mode. For an amp that is all preamp gain, the gain sounds a bit like a cranked amp with power tube breakup. At least to my ears. I hope I was able to accurately capture the dynamics of this setting. I am also using the amp's reverb, which is lush, while not being overly wet. I have it set at 1 o'clock.
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