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  • Mesa Boogie Mark Five Head

    Mesa Boogie Mark Five Head - "Simply the best"

    01/05/18

    There is nothing I can say to render the true beauty, excellence, sweetness, power, subtlety, tonal richness, punch and everything else of this amp. First impression: it is built like a tank, has as much knobs as a Boieng 777 (actually, it has proba...

  • Mesa Boogie Mark Five: 35 Head

    Mesa Boogie Mark Five: 35 Head - "A new Mesa - The sound and more important, the functions of this amp are just about perfect. "

    01/18/16

    I had a rect-o-verb 50. It had outstanding sound quality. But I needed some serious downsizing and this seemed to fit the equation. It's the head version on a 2x12 cab. Light, small and packs a BIG punch. It is a new amp for me. The cleans are cris...

  • Mesa Boogie Mark IV Head

    Mesa Boogie Mark IV Head - "One of Mesa's best amps!" has images

    10/22/12

    This would be my second Mesa Mark IV, first being "A", my current being "B". The main difference I find between the two is a very slight darker tone and slight more gain. There are about 18 knobs on the front, some are push/pull, there are more on th...

  • Mesa Boogie Mark III Head

    Mesa Boogie Mark III Head - "Mark, Set, Go"

    10/09/12

    The Mesa Boogie Mark iii a mysterious amp to most. The lack of coverage on this model as compared to the rest of the Mark series amps has led many to pass on them despite being quite versatile. The Mark iii features three channels-- clean, rhythm 2, ...

  • Mesa Boogie Electra Dyne Head

    Mesa Boogie Electra Dyne Head - "Simple as pie"

    09/01/12

    The Mesa Boogie Electra Dyne is a stark contrast to the Mark V. No graphic Eq. No myriad of toggle switches for finetuning. Instead, the Electra Dyne is a no nonsense 6l6 based rock machine. With that in mind, Mesa Boogie still brings smart features ...

  • Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head

    Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head - "Refinement of a Classic"

    08/31/12

    In 2010 Mesa boogie unveiled a new take on the Dual Rectifier, this amp features the ability to toggle each channel independently between 100 and 50 watts in a fashion similar to the Mark V. All the other features remain the same as the previous iter...

  • Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Solo Head

    Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Solo Head - "Evil sounds"

    08/31/12

    The Mesa boogie Triple Rectifier is the bigger brother of the Dual Rectifier. Sporting a quad of 6l6's, this 150 watt death machine is the one amp you really need if you want those essential recorded rock and metal tones of the last three decades. Th...

  • Mesa Boogie Royal Atlantic RA-100 Head

    Mesa Boogie Royal Atlantic RA-100 Head - "Space Age Plexi"

    08/29/12

    Aesthetically, the Royal Atlantic is gorgeous. Black on black with a silver faceplate. The amp has a very "next generation" look to it. I've noticed this of all the newer boogie amps. Everything is space age and clean. The front panel gives you separ...

  • Mesa Boogie Trem-O-Verb Head

    Mesa Boogie Trem-O-Verb Head - "Unsung hero of the Recto's"

    05/28/12

    100 watts, 4 EL34's or 6L6's, 4/ 8/ 16 ohm outputs, slave out, reverb, tremolo, parallel FX loop, tube or solid state rectifier, 2 channels, standard EQ for each channel, clean, vintage hi gain, modern hi gain, and blues modes, channel cloning, bold/...

  • Mesa Boogie Mark III Head

    Mesa Boogie Mark III Head - "Best amp I've ever played!!!"

    05/03/12

    I've been dying for a Mesa Mark III for about 6 years now. Been close to having one but having sellers back out, want too much for the condition, and not having funds held me back many times. I sold a few things so had spare cash so I finally decid...