#6
You cant find Mesa prices online (at least youre not SUPPOSED to be able to). Unless you check eBay. But thats for used stuff. Try going to a music shop and asking them...
#7
Quote by Blinded0n1sidE
You cant find Mesa prices online (at least youre not SUPPOSED to be able to). Unless you check eBay. But thats for used stuff. Try going to a music shop and asking them...


Don't be a douche, retailers are not suppose to advertise the price of mesa boogies online so companies don't end up competing with eachother. This is for informational purposes.
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#8
Dual Rec NEW = 1699 V30 4X12 cab NEW = 899


Can we say, Holy Crap...
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#9
Quote by Funky P
Don't be a douche, retailers are not suppose to advertise the price of mesa boogies online so companies don't end up competing with eachother. This is for informational purposes.

Easy there Tonto. Im tellin it like it is. If he wanted to know how they are he could have just said "How much are Mesas?"

Ohhh and he makes a point.
#10
Quote by guitarrocka205
Dual Rec NEW = 1699 V30 4X12 cab NEW = 899


Can we say, Holy Crap...


Two Rock Custom Onyx=$4150.00 Two Rock 2x12 Cab=699

Psh, Mesa isn't holy crap...and that's not even the most expensive two rock.

Mesa is middle of the road.
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#12
But nonetheless Mesa Boogie is the ****.
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Quote by Blinded0n1sidE
Easy there Tonto. Im tellin it like it is. If he wanted to know how they are he could have just said "How much are Mesas?"

Ohhh and he makes a point.

He did say that...

#14
i played a single rec today and it sucked....was this cause it wasnt cranked?
it was realllly muddy.
or was it cause the tubes didnt warm up or whatever?
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#15
could be a lot of factors, but consider it really does take a while to get used to the active EQ if you've never messed with it before. When you adjust the treble and gain, the range of all the other EQ controls change too, so one little turn can completely adjust your whole sound. It took me a good amount of time to figure out the Mark IV's eq, and I'm still learning.
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#16
oh...well i just set it to how i play at home (i was at a store)
it sounds saturated(i like that)..but it was as if i was playing on the neck pickup with maxed gain and all EQ set to SUCK!
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#17
^You either had to crank it or you didn't EQ it right
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#18
Yeah dude Mesa take a long time to get used to. Like Erock said...everything you turn, even if its the slightest bit, will effect everything else on the board.

Remember people, with Mesas the two strongest tone controls on the board are the Gain and the Treble controls...sinse they lie first in the signal chain. Plus it doesnt hurt to have it cranked.
#19
My teacher had a Mark IV, and even though he likes to tweaks his amps to death, he never stayed away from the manual's "preferred settings", they are awesome!
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Quote by Anty 7
My teacher had a Mark IV, and even though he likes to tweaks his amps to death, he never stayed away from the manual's "preferred settings", they are awesome!

yeah, I actually set mine to the preferred settings, and based everthing off those, they are really good. You can use their preferred EQ settings, and just adjust the 5 band graphic EQ to get a lot of different tones.
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