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Price is good for Mesa Boogie...hopefully they left out the can of angry hornets.. LOL
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My Boogie rep emailed us about this a few weeks ago and after reading the first 10 words of the email, I had my initial order in. I can't wait to hear these.
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From what I can tell so far, this is strictly for guitar...can't do vocals?
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From what I can tell so far, this is strictly for guitar...can't do vocals?
Lady sings at end of video
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That video was terrific. Now I want one of these! :-). Cuki, take away my internet access please. I was skeptical about vocals but they sounded beautiful.

They came out with a new rosette preamp pedal. Looks great too.


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From what I can tell so far, this is strictly for guitar...can't do vocals?
There is a video with guitar and vocals. The end of the video shows vocals and sounds pretty good.

https://youtu.be/-Vi71YH7DNI
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There is a video with guitar and vocals. The end of the video shows vocals and sounds pretty good.

https://youtu.be/-Vi71YH7DNI
Go to 6:52 for vocals



That's the preamp video

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Looks and sounds promising to me. Did anyone notice a good amount of compression. Might have been from the recording mic or my ears fool me. Seems to have most of what any of us would use for gigging solo or in a band.
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Can you use the channel 1 to use with tc helicon acoustic (guitar + voice) and the 2nd channel for another voice?
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Mesa? Acoustic amp?
From the manual and what I can hear on the video, it does look promising.
And it's Mesa. So I'm counting on that quality of build and tone. We will see.

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Too many knobs and switches!!!
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Can you use the channel 1 to use with tc helicon acoustic (guitar + voice)
No doubt, yes.

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and the 2nd channel for another voice?
If you have a dynamic mic (doesn't need phantom power), you could use it in CH2 with a 1/4 adapter.
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Old 05-30-2017, 08:27 PM
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Does Mesa have a showroom in Petaluma? I am in that area next week. Would love to hear it live!
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Too many knobs and switches!!!
Which knobs or switches would you remove?
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Old 05-31-2017, 05:52 AM
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Which knobs or switches would you remove?
At the other extreme, I plug my guitar directly into my DBR10 and it sounds great (just a volume knob ignoring the sliders for FOH vs. monitor and w/wo sub).

Our mixer wall wart died at a gig last year and we did exactly that; each guitar direct into one of the RCA jacks and the mics summed into a single XLR with a Y cable. I thought it sounded just fine. Our instruments and pedals have all the usual controls (GE7 for my partner and a ToneDEQ for me).

Too many knobs to me make an impractical setup for a gig where I want to set up quickly and enjoy playing.
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