#1
Looking for suggestions. 2x12 cab mesa pre what can I
use for power? Thanks.
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#2
where are you located?

In the USA the older Peavey Classic 20/20 or 60/60 are nice tube power amps that are cheap used.

you can also run the preamp into the FX return of your RM100 and use the RM100's power amp.
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#3
^ up for the latter.
Then, depending on your budget and what kinda amp you wanna use, you could get a MacIntosh tube power amp or some peavey or some marshall or some mesa.
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#4
Yeah man. It'd be wicked into the RM100. I'm thinking that you may be able to go into the parallel return and then be able to use the RM100 input as well, simultaneously. The effects knob on the front becoming the master volume for the Boogie. Pretty sure that controls the return, not the send but don't quote me on that.
If it works, how sweet would that be? ABY box and you've got your three Randall modules and your Triaxis or whatever you've got all switchable. You're loving me about now aren't you?
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#5
Quote by Cathbard
Yeah man. It'd be wicked into the RM100. I'm thinking that you may be able to go into the parallel return and then be able to use the RM100 input as well, simultaneously. The effects knob on the front becoming the master volume for the Boogie. Pretty sure that controls the return, not the send but don't quote me on that.
If it works, how sweet would that be? ABY box and you've got your three Randall modules and your Triaxis or whatever you've got all switchable. You're loving me about now aren't you?

Excellent idea.
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#6
Very good ideas guys will definitely run into the
Randall but also want a stand alone power source
for just taking out the mesa. Cath your input with my
Rm100 has been spot on. Can't wait to get off work lol.
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Randall RM100
Peavey 5150 4x12
Peavey XXX 2x12 combo
Pedals
#7
Also I'm in Ohio near Toledo.
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Randall RM100
Peavey 5150 4x12
Peavey XXX 2x12 combo
Pedals
#8
Well, get another Mesa...

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#10
Another mesa would be great but my budgets around 3 to 4 USD. So don't think that's gonna land another mesa. I will look
into some used though. What about a EHX 44 magnum? For portability and such which is what I want so I can leave my
Randall home and cart around the Mesa to practice and such?
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Randall RM100
Peavey 5150 4x12
Peavey XXX 2x12 combo
Pedals
#11
^I use the .44 Magnum with my Kemper when I want to play through one of my cabs and not through my PA, and it works well enough. Depending on how loud your band is, it might not be able to keep up. I find the .44 Magnum to be surprisingly loud, but I've not used it with a very loud band, so your milage may vary.
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#12
Also was considering the crate power block to. Just wanting more portability till I can afford some proper tube power so
all your suggestions are most valuable and very appreciated.
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Randall RM100
Peavey 5150 4x12
Peavey XXX 2x12 combo
Pedals
#13
$300-$400 will get you a Peavey classic 60/60 poweramp and you'll have money left over
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#15
The Peavey Classic 60/60 is a great tube power amp. Just takes up a lot of space, it's a 3U rack.

The Classic 50/50 is 2U, but it's a EL84 power amp.
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#16
Quote by Offworld92
The Peavey Classic 60/60 is a great tube power amp. Just takes up a lot of space, it's a 3U rack.

The Classic 50/50 is 2U, but it's a EL84 power amp.

Yeah there is also the 20/20 but I'm not sure if it is 1 or 2u.

But the 60/60 is a great amp
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Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate