Mesa-Boogie Lunchbox Amplifier Mcminnville OR
Lewis Audio Video
2112 Portland Road Lewis Audio Video
1832 LANCASTER DR NE
Dish Network, Directv, Home Theater, Satellite Internet, Clear Internet, DSL
Dish Network, Directv, Clear, Century Link (Qwest), Page Plus
Suite E 4343 Main Street
Room Service Audio Video
10120 SW Nimbus Avenue, Suite C-1
1313 Court St.
Theatre By Design
5738 Westlake Loop N
Home Video Library, Inc.
16544 SE Division St
Bradford's Home Entertainment
942 Olive Street
1900 N. Hayden Island Drive
5220 S 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR
Mesa-Boogie Lunchbox Amplifier
Introducing the TransAtlantic TA-15, the new micro-dynamo from MESA Engineering. While we may be the last to show at the lunchbox amp party, there is good reason for our stylishly late appearance… we saw another chance to redefine a genre.
The TA-15 packs all the footswitchable performance—including our patented MULTI-WATT Channel Assignable Power—found in our high-end full-size models and offers the most classic British and American sounds in a beautiful package that weighs only 12 pounds!
• All-metal chassis - Black crinkle and platinum pearl powder
•Multi-Watt, Channel Assignable Power Amp (Patent 7,602,927) featuring Duo-Class (Patent 7,173,488) and Dyna-Watt™ (Patent 4,713,624) technologies providing three power and operating class options that are channel assignable via independent 5/15/25 Watt Power Switches: Choose 1 power tube operating in pure Class A Single-Ended, producing 5 Watts - 2 tubes operating in pure Class A Push-Pull, producing 15 Watts or 2 tubes operating in Mesa’s Patented Dyna-Watt Power that maximizes the power and punch of time-honored Class A/B power / 2xEL-84 & 4x12AX7 Fixed Bias for consistent, maintenance free performance
• 2 Fully Independent Channels with 5 Style Modes - Channel 1 features Normal (Brit Clean) or Top Boost Modes with Multi-Watt Power Switch (5/15/25 Watt), Volume (gain), Treble, Bass, Cut w/Pull Master - Channel 2 features Tweed, Hi 1 (Brit Gain) & Hi 2 (Fat Gain...
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