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

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  • petitdavidpetitdavid

    Mesa Boogie Mark I ComboPublished on 11/14/04 at 14:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp lamps in the late 70's. This ampi MODEL n'tait not export. Does he transform his arrival in France to walk 220 V.
    It has 2 power tubes and Fender 6L6GT 4 or 5 lamps pramp
    It possde two guitar input your checks or two levels of each prampli driv respectively as the Volume 1 and Volume 2
    There is a qualisation Grave / Mdium / AIGS and a master volume
    This amp has no reverb or the 60/100 switch w possde since it only 2 power tubes
    The HP brand ALTEC
    Otherwise it looks like the one on the picture which is a Reissue

    UTILIZATION

    There's no simpler.
    1 / is heated
    2 / On the guitar part (my or my Variax strat +)
    3 / We play

    Y 'nothing to say

    SOUNDS

    The…
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    Amp lamps in the late 70's. This ampi MODEL n'tait not export. Does he transform his arrival in France to walk 220 V.
    It has 2 power tubes and Fender 6L6GT 4 or 5 lamps pramp
    It possde two guitar input your checks or two levels of each prampli driv respectively as the Volume 1 and Volume 2
    There is a qualisation Grave / Mdium / AIGS and a master volume
    This amp has no reverb or the 60/100 switch w possde since it only 2 power tubes
    The HP brand ALTEC
    Otherwise it looks like the one on the picture which is a Reissue

    UTILIZATION

    There's no simpler.
    1 / is heated
    2 / On the guitar part (my or my Variax strat +)
    3 / We play

    Y 'nothing to say

    SOUNDS

    The sound is hyper prcis, warm and generous time.
    APRS 4 or 5 hours the sound is crunchy without any other lightweight rglages. The ES 175's modlisation of the Variax work wonders. Its a real smooth jazz in the 50s
    Stratos sounds (the Variax or stratum +) sound awfully like shadows or vintage Dire Straits without forcing.
    It is impossible to have a sound without putting a trs saturated distortion pedals in front (I have a Marshall BB2 is idalie with and amp).
    BOOGIE sound. As a Fender but without the aggressive AIGS. Although full. I do not need this amp with reverb.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 10 years.
    He has an incredible sound ... Nothing to do with my PODXT Live (which I love also). It's just a default body weight of 35 kg which makes it impossible to carry in the metro.
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