Mesa Boogie Mark Series

The Mesa Boogie Mark Series is a series of guitar amplifier made by Mesa Engineering (more commonly known as "Mesa/Boogie"). Originally just referred to as "Boogies," the product line took on the moniker "Mark Series" as newer revisions were put into production. The Mark Series amplifier was Mesa's flagship product until the introduction of the Rectifier series, and the amplifiers are very collectable.

Read more about Mesa Boogie Mark Series:  Mark I, Mark III, Mark IV, Mark V

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... The Mark Series of amplifiers was Mesa's flagship product until the introduction of the Rectifier series ... The most recent model is the Mark V ... Introduced in the Mark II-B was the Simul-Class power amplifier stage, which combined tubes running in Class A and Class AB through the same output transformer ...
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... The Mark V was introduced as the pinnacle of Mark Series innovations in early 2009 ... cousin, the Triaxis Preamp, it features many voicings based on previous Mark Series amplifiers ... or the clean channel features a Clean mode, based on Rhythm 1 of the Mark IV, Fat mode, which is taken from the Lone Star Classic, and Tweed mode, which boosts the gain into medium breakup, much like the ...

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