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Re: FOR SALE: Mesa Boogie Mark I Combo Amp
Yeah, I thought the target market for my boogie would be fairly slim. I'd
be willing to make a trade if someone had the right gear. I love the amp
and the tone is spectacular, but it's a bit overkill and heavy for me (I
have a bad back, had surgury last Dec, etc). I use the boogie just for my
monday night traditional jazz gig. I'm thinking of gettting a Roland Cube
because it is only 20 pounds and smaller, plus it has a lot of
effects...anybody have one?
My lexicon LXP1 and LXP5. The LXP1 is primarily for delay, chorus, and
reverb. I had been using it for reverb...it really does have nice verb,
the chorus is lush as well. The LXP5 is more like a a multi-effects box.
is a bit challenging to program, however. If someone has the patience to
inside the menu tree, or uses the MIDIQuest software, then you can get
interesting sounds out of it. It's not an Eventide or TC Electronics
Fireworx by any means, but still a powerful little effects box.
I'm actually considering selling my two Boss VF-1 units as well.....need
give that more thought, however, as I'm in love with those little red
----- Original Message -----
From: "tEd ® kiLLiAn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2006 10:19 PM
Subject: Re: FOR SALE: Mesa Boogie Mark I Combo Amp
> 'Tis a beaut indeed. But a tad rich for my meager means.
> I am mildly interested in your Lexicon half-space processors
> you mentioned on the list the other day however.
> Given I'm a Mac guy, the software isn't a factor for me.
> But a really good processor (or two) with some new
> creative potential sounds attractive.
> Anything more you care to say about them?
> On Jun 20, 2006, at 8:46 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
>> Any takers? It's a beauty.