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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Mesa Boogie belonging to the Studio 22 series.

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  • bertrand_70bertrand_70

    Simple and Effective!

    Mesa Boogie Studio 22+Published on 09/10/12 at 02:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lamps 22w RMS amp class A with 2 channels
    7 lamps! preamp & power
    speaker 12 "Black Shadow Vintage Electro-Voice
    Reverb + Foot-Switch
    Settings: Gain / Master / Master Lead / Trebble / Bass / Middle / Reverb / Presence
    2 outputs 4 & 1 ohm 8ohm output,
    1 line out

    UTILIZATION

    I utiliste primarily at home and in the studio, its ease of use is exemplary, two channels clean / distortion what better?
    Heated and allowed to hop, right is clean (one dose reverb and presence) and then launches distortion "Mesa" crunch to heavy ...
    - A loop effect +
    a flat body weight, it is small but it's solid!

    SOUNDS

    - I love this combo as my repetoire is dedicated to him (Roc…
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    Lamps 22w RMS amp class A with 2 channels
    7 lamps! preamp & power
    speaker 12 "Black Shadow Vintage Electro-Voice
    Reverb + Foot-Switch
    Settings: Gain / Master / Master Lead / Trebble / Bass / Middle / Reverb / Presence
    2 outputs 4 & 1 ohm 8ohm output,
    1 line out

    UTILIZATION

    I utiliste primarily at home and in the studio, its ease of use is exemplary, two channels clean / distortion what better?
    Heated and allowed to hop, right is clean (one dose reverb and presence) and then launches distortion "Mesa" crunch to heavy ...
    - A loop effect +
    a flat body weight, it is small but it's solid!

    SOUNDS

    - I love this combo as my repetoire is dedicated to him (Rock / Blues)
    - A 22W Boogie you say? good enough (sometimes too much) for group play as much as I added a 1x12 cab mesa "to exit on 2 HP and more presence (see photo)
    I think we forget too quickly amp USA 90 'why? the Mesa 22 + it's simple (which lasts ... please no failures) and efficient (very good weight / power ratio for a tube combo amp made in Petaluma, California.
    (+) The manual and guide sounds tjrs is available on the website of Mesa Boogie

    OVERALL OPINION

    I got my Studio 22 + since 1990! and I confirm that this combo is the limit carefree indestructible (more expensive but are also less well ...)
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