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Old 04-23-2003, 11:26 AM
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Any interest in my Mesa Single Recitfier and 2x12 (vertical) cabinet? Its a 2002 model, in flawless shape - No scratches. I have a pic on my website in the photo section.

Edit: While I'm here...

Boss PH-2 Phaser - $40
Marshall Supervibe Chorus Pedal -$40

Pics available for all the gear .

Email me if you're interested.
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Old 04-24-2003, 05:35 PM
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Old 04-25-2003, 01:11 PM
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Sent you an email. I'm looking to get around 75-85% of what I paid for it. A good deal for someone looking for a "10" amp that stinkin rocks . Also, I'm not in a huge hurry/need to get rid of it.

This amp is all tone. If I had to buy all over again, I'd buy the exact same setup. You don't need more than 50watts (in a Mesa) unless your last name is Tremonti . Not that its a big selling point, but this amp will smoke (volume) any 100 watt amp I've heard/played. Not a good idea to base your buy off of volume, but even these 50 "tiny" watts will tick off your neighbors .


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