1 red Jazz 20/40 head
1 red Antidote head
1 red/blond Stingray head
1 black/blond Stingray head
1 black SRZ 65 head
2 LTD SRZ 65 heads
1 black 6545 head
2 black KT 45 heads
2 red LTD Ghia heads
1 black Ghia head
1 red Remedy head
1 red Maz GT head
1 black Mazerati head
2 sets of Silver ZWreck heads & cabs,1 Silver ZVerb
1 red Delta 88
1 black RX ES head
1 red Maz SR rev 2x12 red combo
1 z best cab 2x12 black
Jr, we don't need a Jr, let the big dog rip.. ;D OK, well maybe all the GT sounds with no airbrake would be cool. I was really debating trading my RxES for a Rx Jr. Now GT or GT Jr.... hhmmm. Nah, I'm good.
Without music, life would be a mistake” ― Friedrich Nietzsche
I talked to Mike a year ago about a Mazerati Jr. He said he has tried some prototyping and they were pretty much as loud as a regular Mazerati but not as toneful. It seems that this beast can only be tamed so much. At least that was the verdict a year or so ago.
There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want … Calvin and Hobbes
Dr Z quote from an interview from "Tone Quest Report".
Yeah…well, I have a product that I build when I see fit called The Mazerati. Here comes Joe Walsh again. Joe comes into the shop, puts his arm around me and says, “Z, I love the Carmen Ghia, now go build me a 100W Carmen Ghia.” I said, “Joe, I can’t do that, but I could build you a double-power 30W Carmen Ghia with 4 EL84’s.” He said, “OK, do it,” and that’s The Mazerati. It sells for $999, and I’ve sold a lot of them to guys that have Ghias and wanted a little more power and volume.
Does this mean that the Carmen Ghia would be a Mazerati Jr?
The original Mazerati (almost no relation to the GT) was designed as a higher wattage CG, however my memory recalls that there was a slight change in the design after its release that gave the original Mazerati more of its own sound.
The Mazerati and the Mazerati GT have no real relation as to how they sound.