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Mesia boogie MK1 boogie clone MIJ**SOLD

£350.00

Out of stock

Out of stock

About the Mesia boogie MK1 boogie clone MIJ**SOLD

Rare Mesia Bogggie MK1, clone of the mesa boogie MK1.

Sounds absolutely stunning, warm crisp, fat all valve tone…and loud!

These were made in Japan i the later 70’s early 80’s.

Very well looked after and regularly serviced by the last owner. The reverb tray has removed but an new one can be fitted should you wish to do so.

Quite a weight beast for its size.

Fairly clean cosmetic condition.

Additional information

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We can ship this item worldwide via UPS courier – fully tracked and insured to your door. We can usually ship next day in the UK.
If you have any questions about this item or would like to talk to someone about it, please call us direct on 01625 433033 and speak to one of our store staff who will be happy to help.

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As well as buying 2nd hand items for cash we are also happy to take items as part exchange against new and 2nd hand items, so if you have anything to part exchange please email us with details of any part exchange.

Pre Owned Equipment is often subject to some wear depending on age and how well it has been looked after. Any significant cosmetic damage is shown in the photos so please take the time to look through and make sure you are happy with the condition before buying. Please see description of this item for details.

Although we do our best describing the guitars we are yet to have any returns on items being not described as they are here. So all Errors and Omissions are Accepted should there be any misdescriptions.

It is with great regret that with the new CITES 2017 regulations we can no longer ship to the USA or Canada. The protocol involves a certificate costing $100 and several months turn around to receive the required documents. We hope this will change in the near future or at least be an easier system.