New Mesa Boogie?

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Re: New Mesa Boogie?

Postby Passinwind » Wed Jun 01, 2016 12:50 pm

Jerry wrote:
Passinwind wrote:

Finally heard one of those at the Seattle TB GTG a couple of weeks ago. Both the Subway and the Genz Magellan sounded killer. Nice to see those guys continuing to build their legacies.

I was on the fence between those two because of my love of the Streamliners, kinda a flip of the coin and went with Mesa. [smilie=icon_biggrin.gif][/quote]

I didn't get to hear the two through the same cab, so not really sure which one I like better. My choice was "easy" (not!), I just built my own using the same power module and using a feature set specifically dialed in for my EUB and fretless BGs. The Genzler array cab is way cool, but I haven't heard the new Mesa ones yet.
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Re: New Mesa Boogie?

Postby Jerry » Fri Jun 03, 2016 3:19 pm

Mine came on Wednesday right before I left for my duo gig, so of course I took it. Last night was full band and the rest of the week is going to be duo gigs. So far I dig it, very meaty! Last year I bought a Puma 900 and it was a little too clean for the band gigs. Bass San Diego again was great to deal with!
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