Mesa Boogie presents the new TransAtlantic TA-30 (vs. the TA-15).
The chassis design makes the TA-30 available in multiple formats. As a stand-alone metal encased head and styled similarly to the TA-15, the new TA-30 Head is 5 inches wider and 5 pounds heavier. For rack applications, the exact same chassis is also designed to be rackmounted and fits in the standard 19 1/2 inch rack format for your next rack build.
Newly available format options is the all new, classically styled 1×12 and 2×12 TA-30 combos.
The TA-30 combo styling provides an introduction to one of three new grille options for 2011. A Gray & Black Woven Jute on the ‘39 Ford-inspired ‘old chrome’ grille and Mesa Engineering logo with the grille framed by a classic TV-style front panel. Another feature for the TA-30 as a combo is the top facing, rear mounting of the chassis which pays tribute to the feel and interface of the Vox heritage, according to the company.
Key new features of the TA-30 vs TA-15:
- 15 or 30 Watts Class A, 40 Watts Dyna-Watt, Class A/B
- Channel Assignable, Spring Reverb w/Independent Channel Controls
- Channel Assignable, Buffered FX Loop
- Channel Independent True-Bypass Switches to Remove FX Loop & Reverb
- Pull Boost Gain Control on Channel 2
- Fan Cooled
- 2 Button Footswitch (Channel 1/2 & Reverb)
For more detailed information see: Mesa Boogie TA-30
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