All of the guitars on that record (REvolution) were recorded pretty straight forward and without a lot of overdubs or effects. There are two rhythm tracks on all of the songs, one done with a Bogner Uberschall and the other with a Diesel VH4. Both are really nice amps and very similar in tone.more
Live and in the studio, Jones uses a blend of amps. Two favorites are a 1976 Marshall Super Bass and a Diezel VH-4 “blueface.” On the latter, he never switches out of the ultra-high-output third channel. During the recording of 2001’s Lateralus, he reportedly experimented with a vintage Sunn lead head, too, and for 2006’s 10,000 Days he blended his Super Bass and Diezel with a Bogner Uberschall and a Riveria Knucklehead. Jones drives all his amps hard to achieve his responsive tone. He also uses Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifiers and Marshall and Mesa cabsmore
Stephen Carpenter was being interviewed for a documentary. I can't seem to find the documentary but there is a still shot of him being interviewed in google images. It shows sitting at a home recording desk and in the background there are an UBERSCHALL and an UBERSCHALL TWIN JET on a shelf next to the deskmore
"We're mainly running a Bogner Uberschall and a Peavey 6505+ simultaneously. The gain was coming from the 6505 and then we rolled back the gain on the Uberschall to give more of a crunch and tighten everything up. I use the 6505 live, for me they're the most consistent amps in the world – every single one of them sounds the same. They're brilliant made, whereas with a lot of other amps you have a good one or a bad one."more
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