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Mesa Boogie Unveils TransAtlantic TA-15 Lunchbox Amp

Anaheim, CA (January 14, 2010) -- Mesa Boogie introduces the TransAtlantic TA-15 lunchbox amp. The TA-15 packs all the footswitchable performance -- including the patented multi-watt Channel Assignable Power --

Anaheim, CA (January 14, 2010) -- Mesa Boogie introduces the TransAtlantic TA-15 lunchbox amp. The TA-15 packs all the footswitchable performance -- including the patented multi-watt Channel Assignable Power -- found in the company's high-end full-size models and offers the most classic British and American sounds in a 12 3/8" W x 6 3/4" D x 5 7/8" H package that weighs only 12 pounds.



The amp features two channels with five modes. You can choose a preamp style in each channel and then select either 5, 15 or 25 watts. The Channel Modes start off with lower gain Normal and higher gain classic versions of the iconic Top Boost sound in Channel 1, which includes an ingenious Pull Master on the Cut control that can be hard bypassed for purists. Channel 2 houses three modes: a tweed clean, a British high gain in HI 1 and a classic Boogie lead in HI 2.

The amp comes with a padded gig bag that holds the power cable and footswitch.

For more information:
Mesa/Boogie

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