Mesa Boogie 2:90 Power Amp
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Mesa Boogie 2:90 Power Amp
Mesa Boogie 2:90 Power Amp for TriAxis Preamp
You want the best sound? right?
The power amp you choose with your rack will be the be all and often the
sound of 'you'. Listen carefully at the guys who play your style of music and
also use the TriAxis rack.
Checkout which power amps they use, because it's likely they will have a great sound for their music and have usually got more money to spend on kit than you or me.
I used a 2:90 from Mesa Boogie before I sold the rack. It has been one of the best upgrades that I have undertaken for a very long time.
My Marshall 9200 ( that's 100x100 EL34) was not wimpy, it could move everything turned up, but 'that' sound was always a little elusive - well actually you could not get that Mesa Sound from it - actually it was not there. What you got was a sort of Marshall on steroids. Nothing wrong with Marshall (I have a few), but if you spend serious money on a TriAxis, then you NEED the right amp. The 2:90 was designed for the TriAxis, the Marshal was designed.
My advice is simple. Buy the 2:90 and don't waste your time with anything else. There's also a picture of the Marshall 100/100 I used to use, but believe me - don't go there.
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The 2:90 in the rack
Tonys old rack with the Marshall amp - don't bother...