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Mesa Boogie: Roadster HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Roadster Head

The Roaster is a 100 watt all tube amp head with 4 footswitchable channels (each with 3 selectable modes), tube reverb for each channel, an effects loop that can be active or inactive on each channel, a selectable power amp for each channel (50 or 100 watts), and of course the classic Mesa signature rectifier.

POSTED: 06/23/2011 - 06:13 am

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Mesa Boogie: Road King IIGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Road King II

The Mesa Boogie Road King II amplifier head is rich with features to adjust and shape your tone, and could be considered an all-in-one amp.

POSTED: 06/28/2010 - 04:28 am

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Mesa Boogie: Mark IVGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Mark IV

Truely a treasure in black tolex, the Mark IV soars with multiple tonal options and a tight midrange lead channel.

POSTED: 04/27/2011 - 03:20 am

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Mesa Boogie: Electra Dyne ComboGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Electra Dyne Combo

This amp for a simple design has a ton of flexibility! You can switch the tubes from 6l6 to EL34, run two tubes for 45 watts or run all four at 90 watts, channel adjustable tube reverb and gain, and three independent channels of gain.

POSTED: 05/31/2012 - 03:31 am

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Mesa Boogie: Roadster 2x12Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Roadster 2x12

Responsibilities behind, miles of S-curves aheadfully in the moment and feeling the rush as you confidently snake your way through shadowed canyons that give way to sunny ridgetops. Freedom, Flow, Exhilaration!

POSTED: 07/08/2011 - 07:27 am

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Mesa Boogie: Mini RectifierGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Mini Rectifier

This is a great match for any style of play. I love the sound and look of this amp no matter what I payed.

POSTED: 06/23/2014 - 03:50 am

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Mesa Boogie: Single Rectifier Rect-O-Verb 50 Series 2Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Single Rectifier Rect-O-Verb 50 Series 2

I play in a classic rock band that does a few modern rock songs, this amp covers it all very well! This amp sounds good with any guitar I've used.

POSTED: 01/20/2014 - 08:28 am

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Mesa Boogie: Express 5:50Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Express 5:50

The big brother of the Express 5:25, tube amp, with two independent channels, each with two modes.

POSTED: 07/31/2013 - 08:13 am

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Mesa Boogie: Mark VGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Mark V

This amp was made in 2009 and it is VERY versatile. It covers every style I play which includes blues, alternative, classic rock, modern rock, oldschool metal, modern metal and much more.

POSTED: 08/13/2012 - 04:06 am

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Mesa Boogie: Rectifier Recording Pre-AmpGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Rectifier Recording Pre-Amp

Mesa Boogie Rectifier Recording Pre-Amp is a 2 rack space guitar amp designed for recording obviously. It also is designed to run with the Mesa Boogie Stereo series of poweramps. Nothing on the market compares. Great for blues, rock and metal.

POSTED: 08/06/2012 - 04:47 am

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Mesa Boogie: Mark IIIGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Mark III

It is Simul-Class with the graphic eq, Reverb and a 1/2 power switch. It is 85 watts Class A/B and 15 watts Class A.

POSTED: 06/07/2012 - 03:05 am

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Mesa Boogie: Electra Dyne ComboGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Electra Dyne Combo

This amp for a simple design has a ton of flexibility! You can switch the tubes from 6l6 to EL34, run two tubes for 45 watts or run all four at 90 watts, channel adjustable tube reverb and gain, and three independent channels of gain.

POSTED: 05/31/2012 - 03:31 am

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Mesa Boogie: F-50Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: F-50

Behind that 'stealth' design is a huge range of sounds that are easily accessible from the simplest of control layouts.

POSTED: 02/27/2012 - 01:58 am

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Mesa Boogie: Lone StarGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Lone Star

The Lone Star is an amplifier of such extravagant tone and seductive feel that we can almost guarantee that you will experience divine inspiration and effortless expression every time you plug into it! It is that amazing!

POSTED: 12/23/2011 - 02:47 am

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Mesa Boogie: Studio 22Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Studio 22

Built 1987 with it's roots out of the late 70's. Great versatility, it's eq pots are very responsive and small adjustments can make a huge difference to the tone.

POSTED: 11/29/2011 - 01:52 am

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Mesa Boogie: Dual RectifierGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Dual Rectifier

The amp has 100 watts and the aformentioned 3 channels which are changed through the use of the included 'Big Foot' footswitch.

POSTED: 09/15/2011 - 05:35 am

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Mesa Boogie: Triple RectifierGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Triple Rectifier

Sure, single channel boutique sweeties are all well and good, but sometimes you've just got to have a three-channel, 150W, triple-rectified all-valve rock monster. Well, look no further.

POSTED: 09/07/2011 - 04:29 am

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Mesa Boogie: Roadster 2x12Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Roadster 2x12

Responsibilities behind, miles of S-curves aheadfully in the moment and feeling the rush as you confidently snake your way through shadowed canyons that give way to sunny ridgetops. Freedom, Flow, Exhilaration!

POSTED: 07/08/2011 - 07:27 am

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Mesa Boogie: Roadster HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Roadster Head

The Roaster is a 100 watt all tube amp head with 4 footswitchable channels (each with 3 selectable modes), tube reverb for each channel, an effects loop that can be active or inactive on each channel, a selectable power amp for each channel (50 or 100 watts), and of course the classic Mesa signature rectifier.

POSTED: 06/23/2011 - 06:13 am

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Mesa Boogie: Nomad 100Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Nomad 100

100 Watt, Spring Reverb, Output Level Control, Solo Level Control, Parallel FX Loop w/Mix Control, 3 Fully Independent Channels.

POSTED: 05/03/2011 - 04:45 am

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Mesa Boogie: Mark IVGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Mark IV

Truely a treasure in black tolex, the Mark IV soars with multiple tonal options and a tight midrange lead channel.

POSTED: 04/27/2011 - 03:20 am

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Mesa Boogie: Express 5:25Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Express 5:25

It features four inspiring modes from two oppositie personalities spread across two fully independent channels. If Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde had to share one platform, this would be it.

POSTED: 12/21/2010 - 04:16 am

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Mesa Boogie: Rocket 440Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Rocket 440

This amp is by far the greatest I've had the pleasure of using. The only amplifier I've ever had to come close is my 1968 Fender Bandmaster Vibrato.

POSTED: 10/22/2010 - 02:59 am

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Mesa Boogie: Road King IIGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Road King II

The Mesa Boogie Road King II amplifier head is rich with features to adjust and shape your tone, and could be considered an all-in-one amp.

POSTED: 06/28/2010 - 04:28 am

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Mesa Boogie: Road KingGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Road King

It has a ridiculously good clean channel and an indescribable range of gain and tone options.

POSTED: 02/26/2010 - 03:24 am

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Mesa Boogie: F-30Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: F-30

Descended directly from the heralded Dual Caliber and Studio amplifiers, today's F-Series are shocking tone monsters.

POSTED: 12/04/2009 - 04:01 am

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Mesa Boogie: F-100 HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: F-100 Head

Following the highly successful Studio and Dual Caliber series amps of the Eighties and Nineties, the new F-100 head delivers exceedingly rich tone and easy control, at a price that can?t be beat.

POSTED: 12/02/2009 - 03:54 am

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Mesa Boogie: Rect-O-VerbGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Rect-O-Verb

It has 2 channels with 5 modes total. The first channel has "Clean" and "Pushed" modes. The second channel has "Raw", "Vintage", and "Modern".

POSTED: 11/04/2009 - 02:49 am

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Mesa Boogie: Studio PreampGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Studio Preamp

This preamp was built in the late 80s. It's based of the preamp of the Mark 2C+, so it's amazing for metal, got a nice crunchy mid overdrive tone, and pristine amazing cleans.

POSTED: 05/11/2009 - 03:34 am

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Mesa Boogie: Stiletto ACE 2x12Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Stiletto ACE 2x12

Introduced in 2006, Mesa set out to put it's Britishly flavored Stiletto line into combo form. The result it is the Stiletto Ace. It is an all tube, EL34 based, two channel, six mode amp, with sounds ranging from glassy pure cleans, to the softest and grittiest crunch, through searing leads, and all the way to soaring, harmonically rich lines.

POSTED: 01/22/2009 - 04:19 am

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Mesa Boogie: Single Rectifier Solo 50 HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Single Rectifier Solo 50 Head

For those in the know, the 50 watt head has been an underground secret in the world of rock and roll for three decades. Offering a truly useable power band with a bright, fast top end, the vibe of these mid-power amps has always been brash and urgent, with a rebel disposition.

POSTED: 10/03/2007 - 01:14 am

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Mesa Boogie: Strategy 400Guitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Strategy 400

Two channel (right and left), power amp only. Rack mounted, tube, monster beast! More power than humanly needed! Either 200 watts per (L/R) or 400 watts bridged.

POSTED: 01/03/2006 - 12:40 am

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Mesa Boogie: Standard Oversized 4x12 CabGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Standard Oversized 4x12 Cab

This is a very early model Mesa Boogie 4x12, built for the Rectifier series right when it premiered.

POSTED: 08/15/2005 - 04:05 am

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Mesa Boogie: Stiletto DeuceGuitar Amplifiers
Mesa Boogie: Stiletto Deuce

Stiletto marks Mesa?s dedication to the legendary power behind heavy rock?s British ancestry. Razor sharp and finely honed, the Stiletto is mean enough to hang with a wall of Rectos and slice right through the mix with a trademark new sound.

POSTED: 06/28/2005 - 03:14 am

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