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Mesa Boogie Mark Five Head

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Mesa Boogie belonging to the Mark V series.

Mesa Boogie has released its new Mark V to celebrate the product's 40th anniversary.


Specs
  • Simul-Class™ Power Amp featuring Multi-Watt™ and Duo-Class™ technologies which provide three power and three operating class options that are channel assignable via 10/45/90 Watt Power Switches
  • Bias Select Switch (6L6/EL34)
  • Fixed Bias for Consistent, Maintenance Free Performance
  • Full Power/Variac Power™ Switch
  • 3 Fully Independent Channels with 9 Modes (Channel 1 = Clean, Fat or Tweed™, Channel 2 = Edge, Crunch or Mark I™, Channel 3 = Mark IIC+™, Mark IV™ or Extreme)
  • Normal/Bold Switch on Channel 1, Normal/Thick Switch on Channel 2 (Mark I mode only), Normal/Bright Switch & Pentode/Triode Switch on Channel 3
  • Each Channel features: Independent Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Presence, Master, Footswitchable or Auto-Assignable Contour Depth Control, Footswitchable All-Tube, Long Spring Reverb Control, Rectifier Tracking™ (Auto-selects Tube for all 10 Watt Modes, Diode for all 90 Watt Modes, selectable Tube or Diode for 45 Watt Modes on Channels 1 and 2, Diode for 45 Watt Mode on Channel 3)
  • Band Graphic EQ is Footswitchable, Channel Assignable and Selectable between 1 group of 5-Band Sliders or 3 channel specific, variable depth Contour Controls
  • Footswitchable, Channel Assignable or True Bypassable All-Tube FX Loop with Send Level Control (over all channels when activated)
  • Footswitchable Solo Level Control (over all channels when activated)
  • True “Hard” Bypass Switch removes FX Loops, Output Level & Solo Level Controls from signal path
  • Tuner Output w/Footswitchable Mute
  • Slave Out w/Level Control
  • Fan Cooled with On/Off Switch
  • External Switching Jacks for Channels 2, 3 (channel 1 is default), EQ & Solo
  • Aluminum Chassis • New 4x4 - 8 Button Footswitch (Bottom Row: Channel 1, Channel 2, Channel 3, Solo – Top Row: Reverb, FX Loop, EQ & Tuner Mute)

For more info: www.mesaboogie.com.
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