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That looks like a killer amp.
You're going to get many years of enjoyment out of that.
Congrats!

If you want to make it more versatile for bigger venues or even if you just want a bit more grunt and breathiness try finding a matching Thiele cabinet.
I did it with one of my 1x12 Boogies and I couldn't be happier.

 

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That looks like a killer amp.
You're going to get many years of enjoyment out of that.
Congrats!

If you want to make it more versatile for bigger venues or even if you just want a bit more grunt and breathiness try finding a matching Thiele cabinet.
I did it with one of my 1x12 Boogies and I couldn't be happier.

Good idea!
 

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Nice score.
Where on earth did you find that?
Locally in Vancouver traded from second owner never gigged and in beautiful condition. It needs a little TLC (noisy pots) and I may send to Mesa for a one over in near future. Sounds great and probably one of my fave Mesa amps form the list I’ve owned (Lonestar Classic and Special, Electradyne, Roadking, Roadster).
 

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Oh the madness ! ;)
Better than the Special?
Yow!!
How is it weight wise?
Enjoy that puppy.


She’s heavy!!! 70 lbs I believe but it’s gonna be a studio piece. The Special has a better clean tones but the OD tones on the 2C+ just sing (not just Metallica tones either).
 
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