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  • How much would a MESA BOOGIE

    Dual Rectifier cost? whats the cheapest MESA BOOGIE? How much would the Lonestar cost and is the LoneStar good? And sorry, its just that I'm new with MESA's...

  • #2
    Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

    You could try ebay for used prices, but you wont find new prices on the net, Not in the US anyway as mesa do not allow this..
    Marshall JVM 410C
    Mesa Boogie DC-3
    ~2010 USA G&L Legacy Special/S-500 bastard-child, Tobaccoburst.
    1996 USA G&L Legacy, Honeyburst, SSS , Dimarzio Injector/Kinman AVn69/AVn69
    2007 USA Gibson LP Studio, Stock PUPs
    2005 USA EBMM Silhouette Special,Hardtail , Tobaccoburst,SSS Stock PUPs
    1999 USA Peavey Wolfgang,Flame Cherryburst Trem
    2005 MIM Fender Tele, Hotrails/Stock Neck
    1997 Yamaha Pacifica 812 EMGs


    • #3
      Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

      Ya Ebay prices are as cheap as they get. Stevo is right, nothing Mesa sells is supposed to be marked down from its factory retail price otherwise music stores lose the right of selling Mesa/Boogie Products. So i agree with Stevo, your best bet is to find a used one on Ebay. You could probably find a Dual for a little over a grand on there.
      Gibson Les Paul R8 in Ebony
      Roland Cube 60
      Mesa Boogie Mini Rectifier Head & Mesa Boogie 2x12 Horizontal Rectifier Cabinet
      BadCat Unleash V1 Attenuater/Re-amplifier
      LoopMaster Clean Dirty A/B Looper Switcher
      Mogami Cables
      Mooer Candy Toppers
      Pedals: Mad Professor Silver Spring Reverb, Mad Professor Deep Blue Delay, Neunaber Stereo WET Reverb, Keeley 30ms DoubleTracker, & TC Electronic Polytune.
      Extras: AmpWedge & Auralex Great Gramma ISO Platform


      • #4
        Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

        LS=~1200 2x12 combo

        eBay's definetely the best bet if you want to go MESA.


        • #5
          Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

          It's all up to what you're looking for soundwise, but I far prefer the LoneStar to anything else Mesa has done.
          Originally posted by kevlar3000
          I learned a long time ago that the only thing that mattered regarding tone was what my ears thought.
          Originally posted by Zerberus
          Better is often the enemy of good
          Originally posted by ginormous
          Covers feed the body, originals feed the soul.


          • #6
            Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

            mesa rectos go from 1200 to 1800 about give or take from single to triple. the f series is cheaper but it can still go up to 1500, while the nomad series is inbetween. I dont know about the older models though
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            • #7
              Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

              The Nomad series is great if like me you prefer a cleaner Fender type tone (but with more prescence, versatility,and sweetness). The Rectifiers are better for hi-gain sounds.


              • #8
                Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

                The cheapest rectifier is the Single Rectifier at 1799 new here in Europe.(That's the head)Way too damn expensive if you ask me...


                • #9
                  Re: How much would a MESA BOOGIE

                  I found a used DC-5 head today for $499. I got a DC-5 combo that's cool. I'm tempted to buy the head. Going take my guitar and try it out tomorrow.