Road King II in use
Tne Road King II sits at the top of the Mesa Boogie Tree - Its not an easy amp to setup but we show you how to get to grips with it on these special Road King II pages. This page is all about how we got the Road King II sounding like a dream.
Review of GT-100 from Roland Corp.
22nd April 2012
A review of the GT-100 Effects Pedal. Does this GT-100 REALLY stack up where it matters - on the fretboard? or is it just another revamp of the GT-10? Check it out HERE its online right now.
Also the YJM100 Amp Head from Marshall amps here in the UK... a no holds barred review from Tony Mckenzie. Input also by Santiago Alvarez from Marshall Amplification.
DV-Mark Multiamp Amp Amplifier Review
1st May 2013
I just bought a DV-Mark Multiamp and a couple of 1x12 speakers designed to work with this amp for review. This is another emulator or simulator type of guitar amps.
Find out if this amp can topple the Axe-FX series and all the features that are built right in to the MULTIAMP such as a 500w amp for a bargain price! And does this amp deliver the goods?
Check out this review online ..take a look at the Multiamp from DV Mark and see the most in depth review to date on this product.
Satriani JVM410HJS from Marshall
4th May 2012
But not any more... Joe has revoiced the JVM HJS Marshall amp and here is the 'Inside and Out' Review
I also reviewed recently some old favourite pickups and show a demo of David White pickups for the Stratocaster. David passed away some time ago but he left a fantastic legacy if you can find any... Click here for David White Pickups
Road King II in Use
Mesa Boogie Road King II in use
The Road King II can be a difficult amp. If you check out the other 'recto' amp pages on this site I have covered those in a similar manner and they all have similar traits and difficulties when it comes to sound from these style of amps.
But the Road King II has more of everything and can offer a unique flexibility not found on any other amp (not even the newer Roadster).
This all comes with increased complexity for the setup and while its true that many guys will in fact not use some of the features its also true that if you want to it can be a real pain to get what you want out of this amp.
Thats where this page and the other Road King II pages on this site come in.
While I cannot give anyone a definitive solution (each setup and sound) is different as is every style of music and the way you play, there is no doubt that these pages can help you. Even if you just get a few snippets of information for your setup, often thats all you were missing - just those little golden gems of info that change the way you look at your amp.
So read on, who knows, this info just might do it for you.