Now if only I could afford one of these. Hughes and Kettner have updated their flagship guitar amp the Triamp now in it's Mark 3 version. One thing I've notice, Alex Lifeson who I'm a bit obsessed about you may have noticed has had the H&K backline obvious in live videos of the R40 tour I've looked at online - there are some where he has a wall of Marshalls which looks like him and Geddy trying to portray the look from the bands early 70s days. But interestingly to me they all look somewhat not plugged in where as the ones with the Triamps they are glowing away with the characteristic blue H&K glow. Seems like Lerx has returned to these as his go to amp - he has a signature model around. Anyway back to the new one. Let's try to get our heads around this. You essentially have three dual channel amps in one here. Each with independent eq. As you work from 1 thru 2 to 3 the level of dirt goes up, so channel 1a and b are more clean/minor crunch ...
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This has to be one of the most long awaited follow ups in the history of publishing. I can't understand why it was never published back in the day. Harper Lee did enough to be put on the highest rung of any literary ladder with To Kill A Mockingbird. Especially when you consider that novel was published in 1960. It is hard today to put that novel into the context that was the USA civil rights movement at that time for most of us who weren't even alive when it first hit the bookshelves. Go Set A Watchman was the original title for the original manuscript that eventually became To Kill a Mockingbird. There is much controversy about the release now of this work. Some claiming it is simply the original draft for the first novel - having read it that makes no sense to me, others that no Ms Lee is old and infirm she has been coerced into releasing it and others even questioning the validity of it's authorship. I've read that there was speculation at a trilogy with