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Old 2006-06-17, 00:15
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There customer support blows balls to the walls. I called two weeks non stop because I never got a warranty card so I called madison up and I talked to this kid I told them that I didnt get a warranty and he took my address and said I they would ship it... Well After a week and I never got a card. So I called again and left a msg and never got my msg returned. So I email them saying my tube blew out and I never got a warranty card. Well they said they would send me a warranty card and a tube. wellll 5 days after that I got a used tube but no card, but by the time I was waiting I just got some new tubes. Soooo. really do I have a warranty on the amp.

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Old 2006-11-20, 15:22
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i rather play a behringer v-amp than play a madison ever again

I hate companies that dont stand up for their products and treat their customers like shit
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Old 2006-11-20, 19:31
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i say 5150...but that is cuz i have one...i'm pretty sure I played a triple rect and wasn't to impressed...i've never really like their distortion...5150 is good for thrash though...I managed to get a killer thrash tone the other day...sounded like exodus from bonded by blood or metallica from kill 'em all...was pretty cool.
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Old 2006-11-20, 20:30
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Get a Randall, i played one in the music store the other day i nutted in my pants. I've never played with a Mesa but i heard they were damn good, but no bargain price . Same with the Randalls.
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Old 2006-11-20, 20:32
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i say 5150...but that is cuz i have one...i'm pretty sure I played a triple rect and wasn't to impressed...i've never really like their distortion...5150 is good for thrash though...I managed to get a killer thrash tone the other day...sounded like exodus from bonded by blood or metallica from kill 'em all...was pretty cool.


Please more on this thrash tone you got with the 5150.
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Old 2006-11-21, 03:04
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I'd definitely go for the triple rectifier.
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Please more on this thrash tone you got with the 5150.


alright if you insist.

Pre-Gain (both rhythm and lead): 8.1~8.2
Bass: 4
Mid: 3.8
Tremble: 8.5
Post-Gain: Whatever I want for volume...
Resonance: 0.9
Presence: 0.9

oh and rhythm has bright and crunch on...hope that helps you out.
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Old 2006-11-21, 08:01
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alright if you insist.

Pre-Gain (both rhythm and lead): 8.1~8.2
Bass: 4
Mid: 3.8
Tremble: 8.5
Post-Gain: Whatever I want for volume...
Resonance: 0.9
Presence: 0.9

oh and rhythm has bright and crunch on...hope that helps you out.


If you crank that with those settings you're going to get a pile of mushy feedbacky shite tone.
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Old 2006-11-21, 13:16
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If you crank that with those settings you're going to get a pile of mushy feedbacky shite tone.

well i haven't tried that yet...but at like 0-2 post-gain it sounds fine.
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Old 2006-11-23, 06:42
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Yeah lots of treble sounds wicked at low volumes but if you bring that to a rehearsal with a loud drummer you'll find that it's simply way too much treble and not enough mids, the cymbals will eat you alive.
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Old 2006-11-23, 12:48
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Yeah lots of treble sounds wicked at low volumes but if you bring that to a rehearsal with a loud drummer you'll find that it's simply way too much treble and not enough mids, the cymbals will eat you alive.


yeah once I get home for the summer I intend to test the full blunt of my 5150...place I'm at now I can't be insanely loud...at home I have a lot more room and there is a shitload more space between neighbors...the settings are still good though if you are playing around to like a CD though.
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