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SOLD Mesa Boogie Titan V12, SKB **Price reduction

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by blong1, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. blong1

    blong1 Supporting Member

    Apr 10, 2000

    Mesa Boogie Titan V12 w/ footswitch. Updates were performed last year. - $950.00 shipped

    SKB Roto Rolling Rack - 6 Rack Spaces w/Wheels - Great shape - 150.00 shipped

    If interested, PM me for additional pics.

    Shipping to continental USA only unless you are willing to pay additional shipping costs.

    Check or Money Order only.

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    Last edited: Mar 30, 2018
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  2. GTx2


    Jun 12, 2017
    That's a legit rig right there dude!
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  3. blong1

    blong1 Supporting Member

    Apr 10, 2000
    Thanks man...but at 41 years of age, it's just getting too much to carry around.

    But oh the thunder...lol. :bassist:
  4. R_bass


    Dec 30, 2011
    McLean, Virginia
    I have the Titan and it is a fantastic amp. Mesa's service is some of the best in the business... they told me these updates are important... cost was in the $450-500 range for the updates on the invoice they gave me when mine was still under warranty. So, buying this one with updates already done is a big value add. GLWTS!
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  5. blong1

    blong1 Supporting Member

    Apr 10, 2000
    Yep, cost me around $470 for the updates...that's before the $70 to ship it out to California.
  6. anthony_ning


    Dec 23, 2007
    Hong Kong
    What kind of updates are those?
  7. blong1

    blong1 Supporting Member

    Apr 10, 2000
    Factory updates recommended by Mesa...AgedHorse can probably chime in and give you specifics. There is a megathread on the Titan V12 that probably has the information in there too.

    I know it was a Power Transformer swap along with a couple of other things. Basically the amp was overheating on people (me being one of them), and Mesa recommended some updates that fixed the problem.

    Agedhorse will know more though.
  8. baxter_x


    Nov 27, 2013
    That happened to me last summer. I admit it was under heavy conditions: Summer, at direct sunlight, in a narrowed SKB rack, on a huge stage so at high volume.
    The amp failed onstage after around thirty minutes. Serviced it, and added a fan on inside the rack on its side to extract the air. No problems since then. The amp runs way cooler despite being not updated.
    I also bought another Titan, just in case, with the updates

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