Mesa/Boogie Mark Five:35 - 35/25/10-watt 1x12" Tube Combo Amp - Black

35/25/10-watt 2-channel All-tube 1x12" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Speaker Emulation, Spring Reverb, Boost Controls, and Multiple Preamp Voicings - Black
Mesa/Boogie Mark Five:35 - 35/25/10-watt 1x12
Mesa/Boogie Mark Five:35 - 35/25/10-watt 1x12

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Mesa/Boogie Mark Five:35 - 35/25/10-watt 1x12" Tube Combo Amp - Black
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Mid-powered Combo for Mesa's Mark V Series

The Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 tube amp combo gives you legendary Mesa tone from its Mark Series preamp and proprietary Dyna-watt, 4 x EL84 output section. Pushing the EL84 power tubes lets you dial in everything from sweet cleans to roaring leads. The two independent Solo controls allow you to footswitch a preset boost. And the Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35's built-in Cabclone speaker-emulated output, with closed-back, open-back, and vintage voices, completes this amazing gigging and recording tube amplifier.

Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 Tube Amplifier Combo at a Glance:
  • From clean to legendary Mesa lead tone
  • Reverb and boost built right in
  • Built-in Cabclone - achieve awesome tone without a speaker cab
From clean to legendary Mesa lead tone

The Mark Five: 35's first channel has clean, fat, and crunch modes for a wide range of tone. Use the Multi-watt power switch to flip between 10 watts for breakup at lower volumes, 25 watts for more headroom, or 35 watts for the punchiest sound with the most touch response. The powerful mid-boost control is all you need to push your tone to the front of any mix. Choose the third channel for Mark IIC+, Mark IV, and Xtreme modes with switchable 10-, 25-, and 35-watt operation for tones smooth and liquid to roaring and edgy.

Reverb and boost built right in

The Mesa Mark Five: 35 boasts the same spring reverb and Solo controls as its 90-watt big brother. The reverb is a tube-driven, long-tank spring, allowing you to get a touch of ambience or surfy washes of echo. You'll find two independent Solo controls on the front of your Mark Five: 35. These footswitchable additions allow you to preset the perfect amount of boost for getting your solos above the mix of the band. And the Solo controls are completely removed from the circuit when not activated.

Built-in Cabclone - achieve awesome tone without a speaker cab

The Mark Five: 35 packs a built-in Cabclone internal load and speaker simulator. It provides a realistic speaker-emulated direct output for playing direct live or in the studio. And you can still use it in conjunction with putting a microphone on the Celestion Custom 90's 12" speaker to get a great blended tone, helping bring your tone to the front of the mix. The Cabclone cuts down on stage volume too, which will help give your band a tighter live sound. And open-back, closed-back, and vintage modes allow you to dial in your sound the way you want.

Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 Tube Amplifier Combo Features:
  • 2-channel, 10-/25-/35-watt tube amplifier combo
  • 12" Celestion Custom 90 speaker
  • Includes Mesa's Mark V, Mark IV, and Mark IIC+ preamplifiers
  • 2 channels with 6 total style modes deliver a wide range of tone
  • 2 independent Solo boost controls
  • Built-in Cabclone speaker simulator and load box
  • Cabclone has open-back, closed-back, and vintage modes
  • Ultra-rugged design with all-aluminum chassis
  • All-tube spring reverb can be applied to each channel independently
  • 4-button footswitch and slipcover included
  • Important Notice for International Customers: Mesa/Boogie products sold by Sweetwater are intended for use within the United States. We are unable to ship any Mesa/Boogie products outside of the US.
You'll want your Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 combo at every gig.

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 Combo Amp Review by Sweetwater
Mesa/Boogie Announces MARK FIVE:35

Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2 independent channels / 6 modes (3 per channel)
Total Power 35W, 25W, 10W
Speaker Size 1 x 12" Celestion Custom 90
Reverb Yes, long-tank spring reverb
EQ 3-band EQ (Channel 1 Mid/Boost control), footswitchable 5-band Graphic EQ
Preamp Tubes 6 x Mesa 12AX7
Power Tubes 4 x Mesa EL-84
Inputs 1 x 1/4" instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (internal speaker), 2 x 1/4" (external speaker), 1 x 1/4" (headphone), 1 x XLR (CabClone DI)
Footswitch I/O Yes, (Ch 1/2, Graphic EQ, Solo 1, Solo 2)
Effects Loop Yes, fully buffered FX loop
Height 18.12"
Width 18.75"
Depth 11.5"
Weight 44 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 1.M35.BB.CO

Customer Reviews

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Big Daddy

I have owned them all and this amp kills them with ease...You can get every "brand" tone possible with this... P.S I dont usually do reviews...

The Boogiest of all the Boogies!

I've owned a Mark II, Mark III, Mark IV, Lone Star Special and even rhe lowly F 50 in the past. And I've owned Marshalls, Fenders and many other amps through the years. The Mark 5-35 is the culmination of Mesa Engineering in their quest for the perfect guitar amp. I never thought EL 84 tubes could sound like this. 6L6's were the standard tubes for the famous Boogie sound although the original Mark IV used both in separate bias. Somehow Mesa threw out the book and created an amp that can create an amazingly diverse range of tonal options and they all sound incredible. Since I'm currently playing a Paul Reed Smith 513 which has 13 different pickup combinations, there doesn't appear to be a sound that can't be duplicated using this amp. However, it might take me years to explore all the tonal possibilities. Not to worry though because any selection you choose will blow you away. It's lighter than my Lone Star Special but the sound is much larger. Among the many unique features of the Mark 5-35 are the direct line for recording or live sound mixes and the headphone jack. The direct line doesn't lose any of the sound quality you get from using a mic on the speaker(s). Plus they've added a new feature on the back that allows you get different cabinet style tones (closed, open or vintage). Of course, anyone needing stacks of speaker cabinets will be content with the 4 and 8 ohm speaker jacks supplied. With the additional 5 band EQ, you can switch between the EQ and the amp tone controls using the four-button footswitch. There is also a patent applied for midrange control on channel one that goes into hyper mode when you turn it past 50%. And for those of you new to Boogies, all of the tone controls have more variability than other amps. Many players using other amps just turn their bass, midrange, treble and/or presence up to 10 because there just isn't much variety in the lower settings. However, with Mesa Boogies you get a lot of noticeable nuance within the total range of each control. When the original Mesa designers modified a Fender Reverb years ago and then showed it to Carlos Santana, he said "Man, that amp can boogie". And so, here we are. I am glad I've lived long enough to see the perfect guitar amplifier. Someday, when visitors from another planet happen upon this little black box, they're going to say, "Man, that amp can boogie!".
Music background: Guitarist for over 50 years

T Totally Tremendous !!!

I have quite a collection of Tube Amps in my music room. However, I needed a versatile amp to take to stage that was small but didn't compromise on volume, tone or features. This amp produced !!! With as much going on inside this amp I expected the noise floor to be a little high in the gain structure. To my surprise, it was silent !!! Another thing I really liked is when you change the choice of preamps on each channel, they remain at a matched volume. This really helps out your audio guy when you make adjustments from the stage. There is not enough room in this box for me to type all things I love about this product. I really enjoy doing business with Sweetwater and of course my Rep (Tyler Moore) Thanks for an awesome experience, YOU GUYS ROCK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Music background: Blues

Best Boogie So Far

I buy a lot of stuff and don't normally write reviews but in this case the story must be told.I have bought many Boogies over the years and while all were exceptional , it was not quite the Holy Grail of tone yet for me.I had been thinking about the Mark V 90 , for the versatility but it was too much weight and Power for what I need.So when the Mark V 35 came on board I thought it was just what I needed.I had purchased a Express about 2-3 months before , and my Sales Engineer Luke was gracious enough to let me trade it in with Full Credit Value.Oh Boy! Finally the tone and versatility I had been seeking.The FAT setting just loves pedals , yet cleans up nicely for the mellow stuff.The Mark 11C is just so powerful and definitely needs to be on the 25 watt for that sound.Just an all around great package.Whats next?Thanks Sweetwater and Mesa Boogie.The tone in my head is now in my hands, and at 40 lbs its perfect to take anywhere. The footpedal switch is a bit too long , but if that's the only negative...

The sound of my dreams

This is exactly the sound I've been looking for in my head, without having to add pedals to the mix. The small size doesn't effect the sound, which is great for my apartment. I feel no need to ever upgrade again, unless I get rich and want to beef it up to the 90 Watt.
See also: Combo Amps, Mesa/Boogie, Mesa/Boogie Guitar Combo Amps