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Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by MESA Boogie, Jun 18, 2013.
Do it! One of the best amps I've played or heard.
Welcome aboard! I love your amps
So expensive though
Quality is never cheap
.....More rack mounted power amps please! The Dual Rec is giving me back problems
Thanks for the great products, love my Express Plus, it rocks.
Welcome to the forum! I have one of your guitar cabs it's great.
Welcome!...I love my old Single Rec Combo, lots of great tones in there
Thanks again for the welcome and all the cool comments. Let me know if there's any way I can be of assistance!
Dam, now THAT'S customer service.
Tried out a few of your amps, loved all of them. Not exactly wallet friendly on my income but hey, that's what a savings account's for, am I right fellas?
Love my 2 channel dual rec
Would love to see a SS.org only edition of a Mesa haha. With the logo on it or something. I'd buy one. Welcome!
I think it would be fun if Mesa would ask us what we're looking for in an amp.
I'm still waiting for a manufacturer to make a 1x12 combo like the F50, with Thiele cab construction, and a footswitchable serial fx loop...
Welcome from the Mod Squad.
UV7BK4LIFE - What are YOU looking for in an amp? ; )
All of our current production amps do have a footswitchable serial fx loop!
Let me know if there's anything I can help you with or assist in any way - thanks!
Welcome and thanks for making time for us!
He wants a successor to the studio preamp, badly.
Worth every penny, though. It seriously is that good...
I had the opportunity to talk with your Northeast US Sales rep for an hour or two a few years back, when the Electradyne and Transatlantic were new, as well as the redesign on the Rectifier line of amps, and he was one of the most courteous and knowledgable sales reps I'd ever had the chance to talk to. Got a sweet metal keychain as well.
If you happen to have the answer to this, though, I'll be very happy. Why does Mesa not offer any Mono power amps in a low-wattage package? I've had a Dynawatt 20:20 (Which I loved), a few Fifty/Fiftys, which were great though a bit heavy, and a Simulclass 295, which was mindblowingly good, but backbreakingly heavy. Why no single-channel Power amps in the 20-50 watt range? I always worried about running the stereo amps with only one speaker channel connected, and it was a pain rewiring my cabs for stereo just to use the smaller amps. the 295 (and many of your larger power amps, as well) have separate standby switches for each side. Why do none of the smaller ones?