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SOLD Mesa Boogie M3 Carbine Bass Amp

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by MANJONE, Sep 22, 2017.


  1. MANJONE

    MANJONE

    Oct 15, 2015
    Santa Rosa, CA
    Price:
    $700
    Location:
    California
    This thing rips! Sounds huge and it's in excellent condition. Comes in Road Case with power cable and manual. I'll consider reasonable offers, but I'd like to get as close to asking as possible. Shipping to CONUS.

    The M3 Carbine Bass Head gives you what you need to make yourself heard onstage and in the studio. Its 2U rackmountable design means you can incorporate the M3 Carbine Bass Head right into your rack, for a clean setup that does the job right. The combination of a real preamp tube and a MOSFET power section makes this head sound full and rich, yet it gives you the quick response you need.

    When you want tone, you want a Mesa/Boogie amp. And, when you want to play with authority on bass, you need Mesa's M3 Carbine Bass Head. In addition to its 300-watt output, this amazing amp includes a handy tuner output, a "hard" bypass effects loop, and a convenient balanced line-out — perfect for bigger venues. The M3 Carbine Bass Head gives you what you demand: a very musical-sounding amp with plenty of punch.

    Key Features

    Handbuilt in Petaluma, California
    300W at 4 ohms (165W at 8 ohms)
    Rackmount
    Trans-Class power/ eight power MOSFETs, 1 x 12AX7
    Tube preamp featuring gain, active bass w/pull deep, passive mids, active treble, and master volume w/pull mute
    Tuner output
    Effects loop with true "hard" bypass switch
    Balanced XLR line out with ground lift and front panel level control with pre/post pull switch
    2-1/4" speaker output jacks
    Fan cooled
     

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    Last edited: Sep 22, 2017

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