#1
I've been to GC numerous times and each time I go I see Mesa/Boogie amps. What I'm not unerstanding is why they don't advertise Mesa amps on their sites. Does anyone have or know a website with Mesa's amp prices?
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#2
i believe you can't buy mesa's online the states, not sure why, im sure someone will enlighten you as to why, but youcan't buy mesa's online in the states as far as i know.
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#3
Well im not really looking to buy, i just want to see some prices.
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#4
Almost every mesa head or combo runs between 1300 and 1700 new.

If you don't have that much don't bother looking.

If you really wanta know how much they cost, just call mesa. They'll give you the retail price, and thats exactly what you'll find them for if you buy one. Mesa doesn't let dealers mark down there products. Guitar Center did this once and lost the right to sell that certain Mesa model (can't remember which one, the new Stilettos maybe).
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#6
Yea, I'd be interested to know why you can't buy online. Maybe Mesa wants to keep themselves rare and sought after.
#7
reason most people dont advertise their prices is because they know theyre fecking expensive and in Mesas and Marshalls case, waaaaaaaayyyyyy overpriced