NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

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NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

Post by s-fresh » Wed Sep 13, 2017 10:19 am

Hey All,

I recently picked up this Hardwood Trem-o-verb locally at an estate sale (of sorts) along with some other Mesa gear. I just wanted to share the picture as I had never seen another hardwood one before.

Can anyone point me to a good primer on these? I have the manual and have clicked around this forum, but being on the Mark side of the Mesa family I don't know much about the Rectifier series and where this sit in there. Is it the same as the early version 2-channel dual recto just with tremolo added, or was it its own thing? Anything special I need to know? Thanks in advance for any feedback!

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FYI, it had a Mesa logo on there originally but I put a Boogie one on for fun.

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Re: NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

Post by 3124+ » Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:43 pm

Beautiful amp! Enjoy :)

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Re: NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

Post by s-fresh » Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:39 pm

A took a bunch of photos of my entire collection yesterday and got this one of the Trem-o-Verb.

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Re: NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

Post by s-fresh » Tue Aug 06, 2019 7:05 pm

I got a replacement wicker grill from Mesa and moved this to my office for safe keeping.

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Re: NAD Hardwood Tremoverb 2x12" & Questions

Post by stephen sawall » Tue Aug 06, 2019 11:06 pm

Here is a collection of setting various people use. Some famous, some not....

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