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Mesa Boogie

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Mesa Boogie 5U4G Rectifier Tube
The MESA 5U4G Rectifier Tube is a classic 1930s "Coke Bottle" design. It produces a flexible, elasti...
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Mesa Boogie 12AT7 Tube
The MESA 12AT7 is a premium grade, lower gain preamp tube most often used in reverb stages and/or ph...
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Mesa Boogie Mark V 1x12 Combo
It took 40 YEARS of Randall Smith's experience designing high-performance tube amplifiers to get thi...
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Mesa Boogie Mark Five: Thirty-five
Following a 35 year tradition of 4xEL84 based power with successful models such as the Caliber, Mave...
€2.999,00 €2.429,00
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Mesa Boogie Rosette 300 Two:Eight
Introducing the new Rosette™ 300 / Two:Eight Acoustic Combo Amplifier with 300 Watts of portable p...
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Mesa Boogie Subway D800+ Bass Head
The SUBWAY® D-800+™ addresses the player who wants enhanced frequency control and an interface fo...
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Mesa Boogie Triple Crown TC-50 Combo amp
The new 3-channel, 50-watt, EL-34 powered Triple Crown™ TC-50™ from MESA Engineering® captures ...
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Mesa Boogie 1x12 Wide Body Compact Cabinet
All Mesa enclosures are made using the finest Void-free, Marine Grade Baltic Birch in varying thickn...
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Mesa Boogie Subway Ultra-Lite 2x10 Cabinet
This new 2x10 SUBWAY Diagonal Bass Cabinet brings even higher power handling to the ultra-portable, ...
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Mesa Boogie Subway D800 head
Introducing the Subway D-800, where MESA's passion for Design Excellence and Portability meet the de...
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Mesa Boogie

The story of Mesa Boogie is an American story. It’s a musical story and a human-interest story, roots to world-renown. It’s based on simple, basic principles that never change or go out of style. Their products simply work. 

The Fellowship of Acoustics is one of the few stores in the Benelux that stock Mesa Boogie, an American electric and acoustic, bass and guitar amp builder. We cover all models and series that they produce.

MESA was started by Randall Smith as a small repair shop which modified Fender Amplifiers, particularly the diminutive Fender Princeton. Smith's modifications gave the small amps much more input gain, making them much louder as well as creating a high-gain, distorted guitar tone. Prominent early customers included Carlos Santana, and Ron Wood and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. Exposure from these top players helped to establish Mesa Boogie's position on the market, and it is frequently referred to as the first manufacturer of boutique amplifiers.

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