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FS: Mesa M9 Carbine

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by husky123, Dec 21, 2012.

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    Up for sale is my Mesa M9 Carbine. This amp is not for the timid. With huge low end and a midrange and top end that sends most for cover, it can do pretty much anything. With the GEQ you can trim the lowest slider (33 hz) for the boomiest stages. The onboard compressor works extremely well too. This is a grindy, growly amp in position 4 or 5 and can do the dub step in positions 1 and 2. Between Mesa's prepositioned EQ and the GEQ the tone possibilities are endless.

    I have gigged this amp and used it in my rehearsal space. It has been sledgehammer reliable and is a post 500 serial number amp (517). It includes the vented top cover and has all the upgrades from Mesa. There is a slight bend to the left rear handle....nothing major and doesn't affect anything. I do not have the footswitch for this unit. It did not come with it.

    I'm asking an extremely fair $775 for this beast and that will include shipping to the lower 48. Paypal and no trades please. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

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    Wow! The M9 is leaving? Bump for a killer amp and a great guy ro do business with. Lee is grade A people!
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    Bump for a standup TBer and my old amp, the pet dragon......I missed it so much I bought another M9 shortly after, which is still my #1!
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    Oh man thats tempting...
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    Lee is an awesome guy and this amp is stellar! At a great price too!
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    Thanks fella's bump.
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    Hey Lee I might be interested in this - PM'ing ya some questions.
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    Bump for a beast of an amp at a steal of a price.
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    Last night : played my M9>>>>LDS 15-6 at a bar we play regularly, but due to 2 massive xmas trees we had to set up in a completely different part of the room. Used my usual setting (voice 3) and couldn't hear myself well enough for the 1st couple of tunes. Flicked the knob to voice 4.....instant cut....problem solved :) This head has it all: massive power on tap down to 2 Ohms, enough tweakability to cover any situation and thick, clear tone with enormous bottom if you want it.
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    A friend was asking me to find him an M9 just last night. I sent him a link to this thread.
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    On hold pending pay't.
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