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    Senior Member jp's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by F312 View Post
    I'd have to do the test on my Mesa Boogie .22 before 20 minutes, because it loses volume and breaks up. Changed the tubes, changed the standby switch, had it in the shop three times and still does it, err.

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    Bummer, Ralph! Try calling Mesa Boogie. They're support is really good, and they may be able to help you troubleshoot it.
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    I like the brown Princeton too. Hearing the exact same guitar part through each amp in quick succession is really sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp View Post
    Bummer, Ralph! Try calling Mesa Boogie. They're support is really good, and they may be able to help you troubleshoot it.
    Yeah, I called them yesterday since I'm wanting it fixed and they gave me some leads on how to troubleshoot this problem, they have always been helpful.

    Ralph

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    Quote Originally Posted by F312 View Post
    Yeah, I called them yesterday since I'm wanting it fixed and they gave me some leads on how to troubleshoot this problem, they have always been helpful.

    Ralph
    Just for kicks and giggles if you like stop by www.twotrackmusic . That's my other hand out but we have to members that fix or build tube amps the GC and Frankenstein never know, if masa cant solve the issue maybe these outside the box guys can .

    And man I really wanted a masa amp but had to go budget this go around and get a Bugera not complaining . Lol

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    Wow the amps were get regardless of the tones I could hear uses for all of them lol but I have to admit that kit amp one and the first amp and I think it was the tone right or something I liked . Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonneville88 View Post
    That first Princeton - the brown '63 - that may be my favorite in this sampling.
    Same here (or hear).
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