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Written on: 09/11/2015 by Annaliseq195 (1 review written)
I own a few amps,marshall tsl 122,jvm410 c,fender deville,peavey,trace elliot ect?I have been using a twin set up with the fender for rythm + one of the marshalls for lead.I had a lot of problems with the balance of the marshalls effect loop !!! Was offered a mk4 on the the cheap ,and was a bit dubious having owned a mk2 and a studio 22 in the past .Got it home and hey presto everything matched up great .Amazingly versatile,I play a wide variety of music ,and for solo,s it goes from jazz… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2014 by Warrenlq496 (1 review written)
Hey,I'm 57 years old and still play every weekend. I bought the Mesa Boggie mark IV 22 years ago and I am still using it today. This thing has never let me down. I didn't replace the tubes in it until last year..21 years latter. I play Country, Classic rock, Motown, and Jazz. Every sound is sweet to my ears. Of course a PRS Custom 24 ten top, 71 Strat, and 72 Telle make things sound nice also. Guys,it's all in the tone, and how you use it. P.S. It is starting to become heavy in my latter… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2012
i will start off by telling you that i have owned 2 mark 3 boogie combos in the past and for the last few years till now have been using the boogie triaxis.........then i decided to get the mark 4 compact combo.....i had never seen or heard one before so it was a blind buy.......it turns up and i looked at it ...thinking it looked like a toy compared to the mk3...........then turned it on,,,,and was instantly dissapointed thinking it also sounds like a toy.......then....i started fiddling about… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2009
This is a superb amplifier with no problems in over five years… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2008
Great amp , brilliant in every department , some might say its too much money, but once you here this amp you will never want another amp… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/12/2007
Mesa Boogie Mark IV has a great amp. Lots of tonal choices with all the different push/pull buttons. Great tones, I think the clean is good and the crunch is extra crunchy! LOUD! Why doesn't the foot controller have the reverb built into it? You have to buy an on/off switch separately to turn on the built in reverb… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/04/2005 by tony mckenzie (2 reviews written)
I used one of the earlier Mesa Boogie about 4 years or more - use one with a JP Les Paul and you will have THE sound everyone wants. The tubes were very expensive to replace especially in the UK. The amp is now over £2000 in the UK and its a complete rip off by the distributor. The amp has huge power thought and remains one of the best sounding products in the world.
The recording out is great - you can turn off the speaker while recording direct and the sound is excellent.
I also found the… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2004 by markbuffyfan (2 reviews written)
Mesa Boogie Mark IV - Just buy one! This is the best amp in the world, period. Ofcially 85 watts, but it sound more like 200 and Mesa know it. It has a 200watt EV driver in it. Heard the old models, pre-'95, had problems with overheating and noisy fans. Not so the new one.
Never had so many compliments on my sound as when using this three channel amp. Try to avoid the tendancy to use graphic all the time so you can kick it in for a mega boost.
I understand the same circuit as the triaxis… Read Full Review