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Innovative Vacuum Tube Guitar & Bass Amplification since 1969
Innovative Vacuum Tube Guitar & Bass Amplification since 1969

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Big Tone IS available in a small format. The Recto-Verb™ 1x12 combo integrates the renowned Rectifier preamp circuits with Mesa’s tried-and-true Multi-Watt™, two EL-84 power section. Per channel, you can choose between 25 watts for max headroom and volume, while the 10 watt setting provides earlier power section saturation, perfect for home playing and vintage power clip. Shown in custom Teal Bronco vinyl with Wicker Cane grille, Tan corners and handle and White piping. #MesaCustom
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The Rosette 300 2x8 combo features an easy-to-use, adjustable Tilt-Back system that allows you to set your amp at the ideal monitoring angle for your playing situation. The Twist-Lift, coarse thread screw will adjust to its maximum height in 6-7 turns and maintains rock solid stability once in position.
http://www.mesaboogie.com/amplifiers/acoustic/acoustic-combo-series/rosette-300/index.html
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Korn played The Masonic in San Francisco this week, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Follow The Leader. Munky and Head have been touring with the Multi-Watt Triple and Dual Rectifiers into 4x12 Rectifier Straight cabinets while Fieldy is using the Strategy 8:88 and a Subway D800 as back up, into two Powerhouse 4x10 cabinets. #mesaartist
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9/14/18
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Incubus bassist Ben Kenney shares some insight for great recorded (and live) bass Tone with the Subway Bass DI Preamp and your favorite drive pedal.
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"I love this box. A secret weapon for tracking bass." 🙏🏾
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Triple Crown™ TC-50 head in Emerald Green Bronco, Gold Tinsel Piping and Tan corners and handle. Build your custom dream amp at at our Design Gallery today: http://www.mesaboogie.com/design-gallery/index.html
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Mesa Cabinets set the standard for design, quality, and TONE. Your speaker cabinet is the last stop before great Tone; the final filter in the signal path that truly defines the sound, punch, and dynamics that breathes life into your playing. Never underestimate the importance of a great speaker cabinet to complete your Tone.
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Here’s a custom covered Fillmore 50 in Cream Bronco Vinyl and Tan Grille that kinda ends up looking a bit like an early Mark series amp… Hmmm… ;)
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Guitarist Shane Theriot is currently on tour with Hall & Oates and using the Head-Track to switch seamlessly between a multi-amp rig for the wide variety variety of tones needed. Shane said, ““I think it's a great piece of gear that is dead quiet and really opened up a lot of possibilities for getting sounds from all my amplifiers and speaker cabs!”. Tech Justin Stabler explained that they opted to have the Head-Track on the pedalboard so the pedal board could be used anywhere with any combination of amps, with the same cable loom. http://www.mesaboogie.com/signal-management/switchers-routers/head-track-amp-fx-loop-switcher-router.html
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9/7/18
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The Mini-Rectifier® delivers the roar of the mighty Rectifier® voice from a surprisingly small footprint weighing only 12 lbs. There’s no shortage of power from its pair of EL-84 power tubes and you can select between 25 or 10 watts in each channel – plenty of power for most mid-sized gigs. Shown here as the custom "Blackout" version with Black Diamond Plate and black knobs. #MesaCustoms
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Outstanding Fillmore 50™ video review from Joe & Mark at GAK music in the UK. The love vintage cleans and overdrives and they love the Fillmore 50!
https://youtu.be/Qis6sLRZuyk #Fillmore50
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