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Whoever normally uses the Tube Crate at rehearsal will be using my Mesa Stilleto Trident amp at the shows. Mesa/Boogie Stiletto Trident Amp head (stage 1). This powerful beast is loaded with features, beginning with 150 watts of power (switchable to 50). The tubes are the highest quality hand-wired Mesa EL-34’s, which offer a distinctive bright and vibrant clean tone, not to mention balls out saturation that will knock your neighbor’s windows out. Mesa began making these amps in 1994. What I like about this amp is its versatility. Mesa provides a variety of switches to get all types of crunch tones. For example, dialing in a British Pete Townshend sound is no trouble at all. Many people have likened this amp to Mesa’s version of a Marshall because of its saturation capabilities.


The following artists, along with both guitarists in Donnie and The Wayrads, use this amp.
Michael Chislett Academy Is
Greg Dulli Afghan Whigs
Myles Kennedy Alter Bridge

Andy Timmons Andy Timmons

Tim Lambesis As I Lay Dying
Devin Bronson Avril Lavigne
Jack O’Shea Bayside
Peter Parente Chayanne
Travis Stever Coheed & Cambria
Ben Weinman Dillinger Escape Plan
Rick Jackett Finger Eleven
Caleb Turman Forever The Sickest Kids
Mark King Hinder
Bobby Thompson Job For A Cowboy
Adrian Eccleston Kylie Minogue

Mark Morton Lamb of God
Chuck Treece McRad
Tom Wisniewski MXPX
Luca Campaner Natasha Bedingfield
Drigo Negrita

Chad Kroeger Nickel Back
Ryan Peake Nickel Back

Marcos Curiel P.O.D.
Audelio Flores Set Your Goals
Michael Sweet Stryper
Kai Kidd The Carburetors
Geoff Weers The Expendables
Captain Kirk Douglas The Roots
Tyler Connolly Theory of a Deadman
Eidan Thorr Valient Thorr
John LeCompt We Are The Fallen

JT Woodruff Hawthorne Heights
New Stiletto Trident Head in the Black taurus with a Black croc front. 50 or 150 watts of Class AB El-34 tone for a decidedly British feel. 2 Channels with 6 modes. Channel assignable Dual rectification (diode or tube). All tube Fx-loop, fully footswitchable.$1,899.99 (not for sale).

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  1. October 21, 2011 at 12:22 pm
    Darin Morris

    This amp is dangerous!

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