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Mesa Boogie F30 1x12 Combo
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Mesa Boogie F30 1x12 Combo

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Mesa Boogie belonging to the F series.

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« Awesome amp!!! »

Published on 10/05/11 at 19:32
The Mesa boogie F 30 amplifier combo is a great little three channel amp that can get some stunning clean sounds all the way up to some brutal dual rectifier tones. It has a chimy bell like clean tone that is just exquisite to listen to. Then you can take it up to a medium classic rock type again sound and then punch it up for some dual rectifiers thick saturated tones. Mesa boogie build some of the very best amplifiers in the business in this amplifier at the price in the convenience of this little combo is one of the best ones that they've ever done. It's a simple design and a simple little combo amp I can get you some great results.

UTILIZATION


F-30 Amplifier
FEATURES:

Handbuilt in the USA

30 Watts of Patented Dyna-Wat™t Power / 2xEL84, 4x12AX7

Fixed Bias for Consistent, Maintenance Free Performance

2 Fully Independent Channels, 3 Footswitchable Sounds (Channel 1, 2 & 2 w/Contour)

Independent Gain, Bass, Mid, Treble, Reverb & Master Controls per Channel

Pull Bright (Channel 1) Contour Switch (Channel 2)

Long Tank Spring Reverb

Parallel FX Loop w/Mix Control

Record / Headphone Output

Silent Record Mute Switch

3 Button Footswitch (Channel 1/2, Reverb & Contour)

Slip Cover

SOUNDS


I absolutely love the tone of Mesa boogie amplifiers. They have such a great warmth and thickness with chewy gain sounds as well as brilliant clean tones that just makes playing a lot more fun. I never been really a fan of vintage 30 speakers but only in a Mesa boogie content. I don't really get the results I'm looking for with the circuitry o anything else. The voicing of these Mesa boogie amplifiers with the 30s just worked perfectly for me.

This amplifier very easy amplifier to control it doesn't have a whole lot of tricks and different switches and knobs but just has a basic game, treble, midrange, bass, reverb, and then your master volume controls. You have many little switch to engage the contour and switch the channels and you have the same at EQ settings and control knobs for each channel. The separate clean channel so that you can have a perfectly aligned clean tone with a perfectly aligned gain channel.

OVERALL OPINION


These amps are not made anymore. See you how to find them in the use section or the classifieds. I'm not sure exactly how hard they are fine but if you can find one for a decent price and I highly recommend picking it up. This is a great little combo amplifier for someone needing a good little practice amp at home in the office or the bedroom.
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