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Offline Vince Genella

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« Reply #30 on: March 31, 2006, 02:14:02 AM »
Hi All!!! I just noticed this page dedicated to the MTS Series Amps and if anyone is interested....

Randall Amplifiers and Parker Guitars Product Specialist Vince Genella will be holding a FREE clinic on Randall MTS Amplifiers at Guitar Man on Saturday, April 1st from 2-6 PM.  Randall MTS amps are “The most flexible all tube-series of amps, preamps, and combos ever created. The swappable MTS modular preamp components allow you to customize your set-up for a sound that’s all yours.”  Come in, check the amps out and ask Vince any questions you may have.

All Randall Amps and Parker Guitars will be on sale at Guitar Man until the end of the clinic so if you were thinking about one of these, now is the time!!! http://www.guitarmannyc.com

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13 year Parker User! Fly Mojo Green Tea Burst, Majik Blue Deluxe, Texas Tea Classic, Heather Grey MIDI Fly, Spanish Fly, NiteFly-M custom fit with a Fernandes Sustainer and a Roland GK-2... and a PM20.


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« Reply #31 on: March 31, 2006, 06:47:50 AM »
quote:
Originally posted by Vince Genella


11 year Parker User! Fly Mojo Green Tea Burst, Majik Blue Deluxe, Texas Tea Classic, Heather Grey MIDI Fly, Spanish Fly, NiteFly-M custom fit with a Fernandes Sustainer and a Roland GK-2.

US Music Clinician for Parker Guitars and Randall MTS Series Amps. For more info visit http://www.vincegenella.net



Hey Vince,

Do you have a good photo of your Green Tea Burst?  There is a thread elsewhere on this forum asking for one.

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Offline Vince Genella

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« Reply #32 on: March 31, 2006, 11:53:49 AM »
Let me get some pics together... check that thread soon!

V

11 year Parker User! Fly Mojo Green Tea Burst, Majik Blue Deluxe, Texas Tea Classic, Heather Grey MIDI Fly, Spanish Fly, NiteFly-M custom fit with a Fernandes Sustainer and a Roland GK-2.

US Music Clinician for Parker Guitars and Randall MTS Series Amps. For more info visit http://www.vincegenella.net
13 year Parker User! Fly Mojo Green Tea Burst, Majik Blue Deluxe, Texas Tea Classic, Heather Grey MIDI Fly, Spanish Fly, NiteFly-M custom fit with a Fernandes Sustainer and a Roland GK-2... and a PM20.


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« Reply #33 on: May 22, 2006, 10:36:27 PM »
I'm stoked! I just landed a deal on a Randall RT2-50 [:p] (just in time for this weekend)
It will be replacing my Peavey 50/50 and can't wait to run it with my Triaxis.
Technically speaking, it's everything I could possibly be in the market for and it's my expectation to coax some truly soulful tones out of this baby.

Between the on board midi switching options between 6L6 & EL34 and the ability to bias and "throddle" the tubes. [;)] "I'm a 'appy mahn"





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Offline sfw

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« Reply #34 on: May 23, 2006, 06:42:31 AM »
Very cool I bet. I'm really interested in the triaxis. Do you really get all the other "Mesa" sounds out of it. I only have a few minutes to play with one, but I thought with my rt2-50 it would be a great way to get a lot of Mesa stuff without buying a bunch o amps. My Recto mod. bit the dust, so I was thinking......

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Offline Binner

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« Reply #35 on: May 23, 2006, 01:36:08 PM »
quote:
Originally posted by sfw

Very cool I bet. I'm really interested in the triaxis. Do you really get all the other "Mesa" sounds out of it. I only have a few minutes to play with one, but I thought with my rt2-50 it would be a great way to get a lot of Mesa stuff without buying a bunch o amps. My Recto mod. bit the dust, so I was thinking......

- Scott

P6 Black (on its way)
PM10; PM20;
Franken-Fenders
Mackie SRM350
Randall RM4,RT2/50 (1086, Clean, TopBoost)
Genz-Benz G-Flex 212
Wiggles Murray, Barbie Electric w/matching mic, American Idol electric



Are you interested in replacing your Recto module? I've got an extra...
'97 Fly Classic with Steve's Special/Air Norton
'05 Mojo Flame (Green) with SD Distortion/Jazz
'03 Parker 5-String (Natural) Duncan AJB-5s
'89 Hamer with Sustainiac
'95 Ovation Standard Elite (Green Burst)
'98 Ovation Balladeer (Red burst)
PRS Custom 24
Fender American Deluxe Strat
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a bunch of Charvels
a bunch of Peaveys (Vandenbergs)
Mesa RoadKing II
Mesa Mark IV Long Head
Mesa Stiletto Deuce II
Mesa F-30
Mesa 4x12
Peavey Triple X 2x12
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...and a bunch of other stuff

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Offline Musicman2000

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« Reply #36 on: June 11, 2006, 12:49:49 AM »
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Originally posted by sfw

Do you really get all the other "Mesa" sounds out of it?"

The Triaxis IS Mesa and yes it gets Mesa sounds and much more. Took a bit to configure the Midi on the Midimate so everything would "live well in the same house together"
Now, preamp patches, effects and Chl switching between 6L6's & E34L's [:p] is just a footstep away. This is one kick-butt system. Truly, I've never sounded so good. Look out![:D]

Paul

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Offline daynwarren

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« Reply #37 on: June 12, 2006, 05:58:14 PM »
I also have an extra Recto module if anyone wants to buy or trade.

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