Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mesa/Boogie Nomad 45
Well, the most important setting I can think of is the "insane" switch on the back. Keep this on at all times! O.K., maybe not at ALL times, but it really seems to make my Nomad jump. As with other Mesa amps, it is best to keep the bass at less than about 1 o'clock to avoid tubby tone and to be mellow with the mid knob as well. Can anyone here figure out channel 3? Settings will of course depend on the sound you are after, so maybe post some desired tone-types and I'll see if I can be of assistance. BTW, do any other Nomad owners find the reverb to be non-existent when using the gain channels? Nice rig, I hope it lasts. *Z
Oh, I'm using the 4x10 model with the Jensens, it weighs a ton but has tone to match.