#1
Can anybody link me to a site with the current Mesa Boogie amps MSRP's? I can't find any prices online and I don't feel like driving to the only store in the state I can find that will order one for me.

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#5
Express 5:25
-Head - $1100
-1x10 Combo - $1150
-1x12 Combo - $1230

Express 5:50
-Head (Medium and Long) - $1250
-1x12 Combo - $1300
-2x12 Combo - $1400

Single Recto - $1400

Rect-O-Verb
-Head - $1500
-1x12 Combo - $1600

Dual Recto - $1800

Triple Recto - $1900

Roadster
-Head - $2000
-1x12 Combo - $2100
-2x12 Combo - $2200

Roadking
-Head - $2750
-2x12 Combo - $2950

Stiletto Ace
-Head - $1600
-1x12 Combo - $1700
-1x12 Combo - $1800

Stiletto Deuce II Head - $1800

Stiletto Trident II Head - $1900

Mark IV
-Head (Short and Medium) - $1900
-1x12 Combo (Widebody and Compact) - $2000

Lone Star Special
-Head - $1700
-1x12 Combo - $1800
-2x12 Combo - $1900
-4x10 Combo - $1900

Lone Star
-Head - $1800
-1x12 Combo - $1900
-2x12 Combo - $2000
-4x10 Combo - $2000

Recto Pre-Amp - $1320

Triaxis - $2000

High Gain Amp Switcher - $670

20/20 Stereo - $900

Stereo 2:Fifty - $1100

Stereo Simul-CLass 2:Ninety - $1500

Recto 2:100 - $1500

Mesa Compact Cabs
-1x12 Compact - $360
-1x12 WideBody - $390
-1x12 Thiele - $440

Express Cabs
-1x10 Express - $320
-1x12 Express 19 - $360
-1x12 Express 23 - $390
-2x12 Express - $590

Lone Star Cabs
-1x12 Lone Star 23 - $420
-1x12 Lone Star 27 - $440
-2x12 Lone Star - $620
-4x10 Lone Star - $620
-4x12 Lone Star - $980

Three-Quarter Back Cabs
-1x12 - $410
-2x12 - $580

Stiletto Cabs
-1x12 - $440
-2x12 - $590
-4x12 - $950

Recto Cabs
-1x12 - $440
-2x12 Horizontal - $620
-2x12 Vertical - $670
-4x12 - $950

Roadster Cabs
-1x12 - $440
-2x12 - $590

Road King Cabs
-2x12 - $700
-4x12 - $1000

100% accurate, straight from the catalogue.

*edit* Posted the entire Catalogue on my profile. Everything but Replacement Parts, Speakers, Collectables and Custom Options are on it, if you want to know any of this, let me know!
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Last edited by MatrixClaw at Mar 25, 2008,
#6
I wish Mesa would come out with an amp us mere mortals could afford.
Gibson SG Standard
Gibson Les Paul Traditional
Cort Explorer
Squire Standard Strat rebuilt with Fender USA parts
Squire Tele
Krank 1980
Orange Tiny Terror
Traynor YCV 50 Blue
Peavey Vypyr 75

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#7
I'm with classic rocker
Guitars:
'13 MIM Fender Strat - '05 Epi G-400
Amps:
Fender HRD - VHT Special 6 Ultra -
Jet City JCA20H - Mesa Rectifier 2x12
Pedulz:
Slash Wah - OCD v1.7 - Red Llama MKII -
Big Muff Pi - Carbon Copy - Phase 90 - Ditto Looper
#8
Quote by classicrocker01
I wish Mesa would come out with an amp us mere mortals could afford.

Used F-30/F-50/DC-3/DC-5 FTW!
Quote by Dave_Mc
I've had tube amps for a while now, but never actually had any go down on me
Quote by jj1565
maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





www.SanctityStudios.com
#9
used.
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#10
Quote by classicrocker01
I wish Mesa would come out with an amp us mere mortals could afford.

If you go used, the Caliber series, the F series, the Subway series, and some others fit the bill.

EDIT: crap, beat me to it.
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#11
I just can't believe how long ago the triaxis came out, and how expensive it is still. my god.

I've been drooling over a TriAxis/2:90 setup lately, but being a canadian it appears i'm ****ed, cause they're uncommon on our tiny little ebay.
#12
Quote by the-patient
I just can't believe how long ago the triaxis came out, and how expensive it is still. my god.

I've been drooling over a TriAxis/2:90 setup lately, but being a canadian it appears i'm ****ed, cause they're uncommon on our tiny little ebay.


A quick search revealed three of them priced under $1000.
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