Mesa/Boogie Mark Five:35 - 35/25/10-watt Tube Head - Black with Black Face

2-channel All-tube 10W/25W/35W Amplifier Head with Speaker Emulation, Spring Reverb, Boost Controls, and Multiple Preamp Voicings
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A Mid-powered Take on Mesa's Mark V

The Mesa/Boogie Mark Five: 35 tube amp head 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 Head 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 your favorite speaker cab 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 Head Features:
  • 2-channel, 10-/25-/35-watt tube amplifier head
  • 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 at every gig.

Additional Media

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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
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 3 x 1/4" (speaker), 1 x 1/4" (headphone), 1 x XLR (CabClone DI)
Effects Loop Buffered FX loop
Footswitch I/O 1 x 5-pin DIN (footswitch included Ch 1/2, Graphic EQ, Solo 1, Solo 2)
Height 9.12"
Width 18.87"
Depth 10.87"
Weight 27 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2.M35.BB

Customer Reviews

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Mark V does it all

This is the amp I have been searching for. The price is steep but so it the performance. The cleans are ultra clean and the high gain channels allow every note to shine through...I waited a long time to buy my Mesa and I wish I had pulled the trigger sooner. I love the onboard EQ that is foot switch able. Allows for tonal freedom on the same channel. Don't let the price scare you. It's worth EVERY penny.
Music background: 25 years of playing and recording.

Mark v 35

Finally I have an amp that exceeds my expectations. Channel 1 and channel 2 are extremely usable. It's been quite beneficial to me as a musician. One of the nice things about this amp is There is no need for an upgrade and it sounds great just the way it is. Thanks Mesa boogie!

One Mighty Mighty Fine Little Amp!!!

Ok, ok, ok!!! I last posted on the Mark V 25. I received that amp, then two weeks later Boogie releases the Mark V 35. Well Sweetwater was excellent in accepting the return in exchange for the Mark V 35. I've owned several Boogies (50+ Caliber, Mark IV, Mark V (all combos) and the Mark V 25 head. With each one I was more pleased than the last. I read all the reviews and watched all the videos when this amp first came out. This amp has all of the features the of the Mark V 25, plus all the upgrades I had wished the Mark V 25 had. The additional 35 watts. The Solo volume controls on each channel. The weight (my lunchbox weighs more). Ease of dialing the perfect tone (our soundman says it sounds just like the Mark V). The built-in Cab-Clone is to die for (no more cab-mics) with the addition of the "Vintage Cabinet" feature. Above all, the footswitch jack is located on the rear of the amp. All n all, I'm a very, very happier fella!!!
Music background: Wedding band keyboardist and bar band guitarist

Very Versatile

The mark v 35 sounds right out of the box. I think when people say that Mesa is hard to dial in its because there is an overwhelming array of sounds to be explored, but thats a good thing in my view. Purchased as a stack with 2 mini rec 1x12's. A couple loud (and its loud) sessions and the speakers broke in nicely.


Heaven. Just heaven. That is all
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