Sold Mesa Electra Dyne 1x12 combo for Clean Marshall types, Route 66 or PRS Archon

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  1. Ape2000

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    I keep going back and forth on this; but I'm relisting it for now in the hopes of scoring a JTM50.


    These are pretty well-regarded amps that come up in plenty of amp recommendation posts here and else where.

    There's some small scuffs from transportation, but it has a slip-case and includes the footswitch.

    The footswitch seems a little wonky, but it was like that when I bought the amp. (Doesn't seem to let me change to the red channel).

    I'm happy to take and share some additional pictures through here or email. Also on Reverb. https://reverb.com/item/26893013-mesa-boogie-electra-dyne-1x12-guitar-combo-amp

    This thing is heavy. Super heavy. Shipping won't be cheap. Down for a local deal - I'm in the Austin area.

    Selling for $850 PP. Buyer pays actual shipping.


    Update 9/8/19: Down to trade for the following:
    • Marshall JTM 50
    • Marshal Vintage Modern
    • ...or any Marshalls that have solid cleans.
    • PRS Archon 50 or 100
    • Dr. Z Route 66
    • Tyler JT-46
     
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    SDMF38 and timmers like this.
  2. Ape2000

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    Update 9/8/19: Down to trade for the following:
    • Marshall JTM 50
    • Marshal Vintage Modern
    • ...or any Marshalls that have solid cleans.
    • PRS Archon 50 or 100
    • Dr. Z Route 66
    • Tyler JT-46
    May be interested in other, similar amps; however, I'm not really looking to spend any additional cash at this time. Send me your warm, clean, Marshall-voiced pedal platforms. The smaller (weight/size) the better.
     
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    Killer Amp! Can't believe you're ditching it. Someone will be super happy!
     
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    It really is; but lugging it around is taking its toll on me. I've even been looking into lighter weight guitars just to ease some of the impingement on my shoulders.
     
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    I'm 62 years old and play professionally, I totally get it. Still wonderful amp,used to own the head version.
     
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    Quite so. I don't love that red setting, but green and blue are great. Lately, the blue setting with the gain/volume around 9-10 and using the master as needed has been best. The green cleans are solid, but I've noticed that I like it more when the volume is up pretty high bringing in more of the low-mids. Either of those settings seem to suit my style more and take kindly to my pedals. So I'm thinking something like a JTM or bass spec Marshall will do what I need. Who knows, I still may even keep the ED.

    What'd you decide to move on to?
     
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    I think I'm just going to keep this. Would be a hassle to ship and I do enjoy the amp. Will look into making it a head and cab.
     

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