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ONE AMP TO RULE THEM ALL

brandtkronholm

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 3, 2006
Messages
2,075
15"
Holy crap.
I had an opportunity to buy one many years ago...I regret not buying it.
I have no use for such an amp today...dang.
I still want one.
It would pair nicely with my wicker-n-wood MKIII.
I mean...c'mon.
15"...that's 38.1cm.

Does anybody have one?
What's it like?

Boogie MK II - 15", wicker-n-wood on Reverb

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LeonC

Active member
Joined
Aug 30, 2002
Messages
354
You're saying that's a 15" speaker in there? Doesn't look any different from my old 100w Boogie in which I had a JBL K120.

I owned that amp from 1976 to 2000...and then, like a dummy, I used it in a trade...

While I wish I still had it, I've subsequently found amps that I do prefer. But as they say...to each his own.
 

Nick-O

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Joined
Aug 12, 2015
Messages
169
I had a '77 MkIIb with a 15" EV in it....completely amazing amp. It had SRV tones before SRV. Sold it to our bass player on the promise I could buy it back...but he sold it when I was out of pocket. I think about it all the time, but I had three decades with it so ...

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57gold

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Joined
Jan 14, 2005
Messages
598
Makes my back hurt just looking at it!

Sold my 1985 MkIIc Simul-Class year, it has a 12". Great lead tone, but when set up for that, less great cleans. Needed to be cranked to Boogie, like all early MV amps.
 
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