According to Megadeth guitarist Chris Broderick, he and Dave Mustaine have nearly identical live rigs. At (7:51), he says, “Right now, we're running straight into…into Marshall cabinets loaded with the Vintage 30s. It's just your traditional thrash setup. That's what we're out here to do, so we're doing it.”more
"John and Polly used various Marshall heads for the album. I opted for a Mesa Blue Angel, but sneaked in a cheesy old solid-state Baldwin Professional ("Maniac") and one of those toy Marshall belt-buckle amps ("Working for the Man"). We used Marshall 4x12s in the studio," says Joe Gore, in [this article](http://www.pjharvey.net/reviews/review_95-0010-1.html).more
Stanley’s amp runs though a Marshall 4x12 guitar cab with V30 speakers. According to his tech (21:16), “they're newer cabs with just vintage 30 speakers in it. We run two. This head runs into a 4x12 that's in an IsoBox. That way the sound's consistent every day. It's controlled, we get the same sound.”more
"Give me a basic run-through of what you use. Alright, so I use a Fender Super-Sonic 60 watt head. It was originally a combo amp but we took out the speaker, me and my friend from Minneapolis, he helps me out with all my gear problems. Like, every time I screw up on a pedal I always go back to him and he fixes it for me so he knows a lot about that shit. So we took out the speaker so I put it as a head and the I plug up to like, I think, some Marshall 4×12 cab, and that’s about it for my amp."more
"Dallas’ go-to amp right now actually belonged to fellow Rig Rundown alum, Peter Frampton. This Marshall is a handwired 2006 Marshall JMP Super Lead reissue. It pumps through a Marshall 4x12 loaded with Celestion 30s." Source: https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/27745-rig-rundown-pelicanmore
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