Of course, as a SANTANA fan, and a teenager of the 70's, the tone from the Mesa/Boogie amp entrained my sonic experience.
Now that I'm older and enjoy playing guitar, I had to find a Boogie for my own.
A neighbor advised me that an eBay auction for a Mark I was going on and I won the auction.
The holy grail of amps awaited my rescue from a pawn shop in Fayetteville, NC.
Here are some pictures of the restoration process and eventual jacking in of my PRS custom 22.
*There's much more to the story and I'll "dish" the details soon.

1978 Mark I Combo #A2213

1978 Mesa/Boogie Mark I combo #A2213

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