#1
Well I've sold my Single Rectifier and I'm now looking to get a 2ch Dual or a
Trem-o-Verb. I tried a 3ch out at GC but I've heard that they sound different from the old 2ch. I'm looking at Craigslist but no one seems to message me back. So I going to buy on Ebay, which means that I can't play it before I buy it. I also checked out youtube for samples and I thought they sounded simular but everyone has different recording quality. I was wondering if any of you have tried both of these and if there is any difference in sound.

I'm open to other amp suggestions but, I really like the sounds I got from my single recto but I need more headroom. I play mostly modern rock like, Seether, Tool, Hurt, Flyleaf, Smile Empty Soul. and I have about $1400 to spend.
#3
Trem-O-Verb will be more versatile, so I'd get that if you need it, the cleans will be better.

If not, the 2 channel's high gain tone is better imo.
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#4
If you want to do a bit more tweaking I'd look into the Roadster.
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#5
Thanks for the replies, I think that I'm going to get the Trem-o-verb, just because it has a better cleans. I really wish I could try them out because everyone seems to say the Trem has better cleans than the 2ch Dual but, I liked the clean channel on my single at low volumes and its not supposed to have good cleans either.
#7
why did you ditch your single? Those are my favorite rectos and believe me, I have played them all.
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#8
I'd go with the dual rectifier. Not sure, but I don't think the trem o verb has the same sound on the lead channels as a solo head.
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