Gearbox “I’ve found that some of the amps that sound great are just not loud enough. And I don’t want to put the signal through the monitors if I can at all avoid it. Generally you can find the Mesa Boogie Mark III combos on the road 90% of the time, and that’s my favorite amp, because they have the EQ and I jack the shit out of that, say to roll off highs and add lows and mids, and that, with my guitar and my set-up really makes it-on Bump it’s the [Mesa] Boogie with all the pedals. But I’ve also had good luck on the road with Fender’s new Twin, not the re-issue. On Works for Me I used what is called a Victoria High Powered Twin, a 2-12? with a tiny touch of RATT and a little bit of reverb…but not enough. And the Victoria doesn’t have the bottom of the Mark III, but it has a quality I like, and I used on the new record. I bought one of those tubed outboard Fender Reverb units to go with it, but I only used a bit of plate on Works for Me.”more
In this [article](http://bluesonline.weebly.com/ruben-block.html), about Ruben Block of [Triggerfinger](http://equipboard.com/band/triggerfinger), it is mentioned, "With the two Victoria tweed twins and the FAD cabinet still there, this time he also had two Hiwatt heads (one of which was not powered on) and a Vox Night Train head (a stylish budget single channel valve amp) on stage with him".more
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