Mesa Boogie releases Mark Five: 35 Series
An upgraded version of their Mark Five: 25 series, Mesa Boogie's Mark Five: 35 features compact 1x12 Combo and head.
The Mark Five: 35 series' use of Mesa Boogie's Dyna-Watt™ power technology within the Multi-Watt™ Channel array provides more headroom, punch and volume in 35W mode, while the two low-power Modes (25 and 10 W) aim at offering a looser feel, more bounce and sag as well as enhanced power clip options.
New stage-ready upgrades include channel Independent "Solo" controls, a full-size 3-spring Reverb tank, the complete set of Voicing Choices added to the on-board CabClone™ DI output and an upscale footswitch for access to the new footswitchable choices.
Based on the feedback received from their customers, Mesa Boogie releases the new Mark Five: 35 in both 1x12 Combo and traditional 19” “Boogie" size Head versions. While the head was designed to be paired with the Compact 2x12 Recto cabinet, it can sit atop a number of other extension cabinets. As for the combo, it can be coupled with an additional extension cab as well for even greater coverage.
As with all Mesa amps, a large range of custom options are available, including custom vinyls and leathers as well as exotic hardwood cabinetry.
For more details, you can watch the following videos and visit www.mesaboogie.com.
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