Looking for great sounding valves for Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue amplifier uses :
Our power tubes are a direct match for the Mesa STR440 (Yellow). Remember, Mesa don’t make valves. They buy from the main five manufacturers and then rebrand in their name.
Over time your valves lose both their tone and their power. So, just like your guitar strings they need to replaced regularly.
We always recommend JJ valves for Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue amplifier. They guarantee you get awesome tone and power at a very competitive price. You can order these singly or the power valves as matched quads.
So restore the power and sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a brand new set of valves today.
If you have any queries about replacing the valves for Mesa Boogie Mark I Reissue please drop us an email.
We have over 30 years of experience so we will be happy to help.
We also recommend that you take a look at our very useful FAQ section. Here you will find loads of useful tips if you are new to changing your tubes.
The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 was the original Mesa Boogie. The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue is the missing link bridging those original Mesa tones to today’s players. It has all the classic sounds of the British 70s.
Plugging into Input 2 reveals an amp wholly faithful to its classic roots, producing a big, clean, shimmering rhythm sound. On its original release, this was simply all that amps could do. Before Gain.
The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue in its day was the first-time solo enhancement from an amplifier that produced a lead voice of singing sustain for guitar. This challenged the saxophone when the Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue was in its prime as the lead instrument in rock.
Carlos Santana, Robben Ford, Eric Johnson, Keith Richards and Pete Townshend all helped catapult the Mesa Boogie Mark I Reissue into the international spotlight. Despite the flood of orders and relentless offers to buy the company, Mesa refused to sell out and chose instead to remain true to its founding principles:
Quality without Compromise and Guaranteed Customer Satisfaction. From a small garage shop at home, just under 3,000 amps were built and shipped to 39 countries world-wide.
Thirty years later the hand-built Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue is a faithful reissue of the original. The only differences are a variable gain Loop, which switches out of the circuit when FX are removed, and Tweed™ Power which works as a built-in Variac, lowering overall voltages to produce a softer, brown vibe.
So, if you are looking for great sounding valves for Mesa Boogie Mark 1 Reissue amplifier – you’ve come to the right place.