Mesa/Boogie is no stranger to the pages of Bass Gear Magazine. In fact, we featured reviews of the M6 Carbine head and PH212 cab in our very first issue. BGM #5 (“the Boogie issue”) featured reviews of the M3 head and PH112 cab, a Bass Gear Icon installment featuring Randall Smith, a Q&A with Dan Van Reizen, and a virtual factory tour of “the Home of Tone” in Petaluma, CA. We covered a lot of Boogie history in those prior issues, and I encourage you to give them a read, if you haven’t already. For this review, we will skip over some of the rich Mesa/Boogie history because: A.) it was already covered in BGM issues #1 and #5, and B.) we’ve got a lot on our plate to cover! We’d been hearing about these new all-tube bass heads since, well, issue #5! Needless to say, we’ve been a little anxious to check them out. But which one to pull in for review? The lunchbox-inspired Prodigy™, or the mighty Strategy™, with its eight KT88s? Doug West suggested that we check ’em both out, and how can a guy say no to that?!? But of course, we need some cool cabs to run ’em through, and it just so happens that Boogie VP and resident “Cab Wizard,” Jim Aschow, has a new line of bass enclosures, the...