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  1. #1

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    Mesa Boogie Mark V

    One of my favorite amps of all time and I got a chance to play and record one today. Such a easy to dial amp.

    Here's a little sound clip. There will be a video of course with all the settings, microphone placement pics etc. This clip has no post processing whatsoever. I used the Mark IV mode.

    And the video:

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    Sounds sick as shit bro.

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    Sounds awesome.
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    Can't wait for the full video!

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    Sounds fucking awesome.

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    AAAND the video:
    [VIDEO]]Mesa Boogie Mark V - Metal - YouTube[/VIDEO]

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    Quite possibly my favorite amp of all time, and you really did it justice. Good work, dude
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