#3
i dont kno where you live in south carolina but if you live anywhere close to tennessee they have all kinds of mesa dealers in johnson city,but ive got my doubts that you would actually make that journey,but its just a suggestion.
#4
I checked the website but the dealer section wasn't working. I wouldn't mind going on the road trip if I knew I was coming home with one. I just want to try one out, never played one before. I was thinking about one of those, the DSL 100, and I want to try a Krank before I make any decisions.
#5
id try to find a place that has all three, even if its a bit of a road trip, then you can try them all and see which one you like the best.
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im sure theres probably at least one in philly, and theres plenty in NYC (if youre gonna be in Jersey you might as well just go there)
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Mesas are usually in most stores that aren't called Guitar Center or Sam Ash.

I've found one

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#9
All the guitar centers I've been to have some Mesas, usually a few rectifiers and an f-50 or so. I've never seen a Mark IV but they are dealers. Samash I know don't carry them. And as for non-chain stores, you'd have to check the website, I'm sure it'll be working soon.
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im sure theres probably at least one in philly, and theres plenty in NYC (if youre gonna be in Jersey you might as well just go there)


Philly would be the best bet for me. I have a few more months before I whip out the cash but I wanted to start thinking early. Also, never played or seen a Mesa before, which model should I try? No SS's, and I play metal, thrash or w/e you wanna call it. I would like a lot of low end.
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I checked the website but the dealer section wasn't working. I wouldn't mind going on the road trip if I knew I was coming home with one. I just want to try one out, never played one before. I was thinking about one of those, the DSL 100, and I want to try a Krank before I make any decisions.


Call them. I did, and they found a dealer near me.
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#13
When I went to a Guitar Center they had quite a lot of Mesa's... they were basically all Recto's though; Single, Double, and Triple stacks, and I think they had a Recto combo (do they make those?... Maybe it was a different Mesa.) I also saw a Single Solo Recto at a local store one time...
#14
My local guitar center has all three rectifier models, a couple lonestars, and a couple used f-50, tremoverb's.

The problem is, I want to try out the Rect-o-verb and they dont have one!
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