I bought this because I had a Pod HD Pro on the way, however that got lost in transit through eBays global shipping program, so I ended up with the pod hd500 which really defeats the purpose of having a foot controller.
$70 USD shipped takes it! Good deals with jmeezle and user name
2013 Mesa Express 5:50 + Plus Head
Excellent shape - a few minor rubs - see pics
All works as it should - no issues
References (eBay or other forum userid):
I am on Ebay, Jemsite, MetalGuitarist.org, Sevenstring.org, Thorn Forums, HugeRacks...
I still like the V better in some spots, particularly high gain, but the 5:50+ holds its own pretty well for an amp that's $1000 less, yet still American-made.
Seems like the mixed up some of the video feed for part of the high gain samples.
-Maple Fretboards suck like my mom when she's lit up on Wild Turkey.
-Flame Maple and Quilt Maple are way overdone (its at the point where if I had the choice I would rather just have a "regular" maple cap with a nice finish)
-OFRs are tinny sounding and the Schaller OFR/JT590 design is much...
Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: Line 6 POD X3 with FBV Express
Modifications (if any): Metal addon
Accessories (hardshell case etc): Original boxes for both items.
Location (City,State or City,Country): Chicago, IL
Contact Info (No Phone #s): PM me, please
References (eBay or other...
Brief & Accurate Description of gear/guitar: 2011 Line6 Spider IV 75 Watt 1x12
Modifications (if any): Spider IV Injection upgrade installed.
Accessories (hardshell case etc): Line6 FBV Express MKII footswitch included with box, cable and all paperwork.
Location (City,State or City,Country)...
For sale is my Mesa Express 5:25. It is a 2 channel amp with 2 modes per channel.It is switchable from 5 to 25 watts and has a 10" speaker.It is loud despite it's small size and can cover a wide range of tones.Included is the foot pedal,dust cover and manuals. I also have the original shipping...
I have an app that needs to attach to an instance, and the fucking thing is giving me an authentication error that I'm assuming is because it's trying to login as anon/sa, rather than administrator.
In plain old SQL Server 2008 there's a snap-in that I can just set the auth type, but I can't...