Toronto’s Fatality is helping to bring you some straight up thrash metal, old school! Sexy dancers help amp up their high energy show, but to achieve the sound he needs, guitarist Eytan Gordon thanks his Mesa Boogie Mark V amp head. Check out what he has to say about it.
What one piece of equipment do you use to obtain your signature sound?
Eytan: A Mesa Boogie Mark V amp head.
What about it makes it so important to you?
Eytan: There is no other amp that matches this amp’s versatility, power, and tone.
What are the major pros and cons?
Eytan: There are no cons about this amp. It has an outstanding amount of options and ranges for each of the 3 channels. The most impressive part of this amp is the built in EQ which is applied to the signal after the initial settings are applied. The foot switch allows complete control over each channel, EQ, Solo output, reverb and fx loop as well as having a mute button.
How long have you used this piece of equipment and would you ever change it?
Eytan: I have had this amp for nearly one year and I use it for all live performances and studio recordings. I would not change a thing about this amp.
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