#1
Hey guys

As of now, Im using a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier head, and mesa cab. The head just doesn't suit my style anymore, it just feels too heavy.

Im looking to just replace the head (Im not sure about the cab, but I could be wrong).
I play rock/pop/jazz/blues, so Id like something versatile.

My budget is between $1000 and $2000

Any ideas?
Thanks!
Gear

Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender American Strat
Taylor 214ce
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier (about to be Voodoo Modded)
Keeley TS-808
Boss GT-10 Processor
Boss RC-20xl
#2
Check into an Orange Rockverb 50
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#3
hmmm................. check out a used: (pick one)
Orange Rockerverb 50
Orange Rocker 30
Orange AD30 HTC
Marshall JCM 800
Marshall JVM
VOX AC50
Mesa/Boogie Stiletto Trident
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV
Mesa/Boogie Mark V
Splawn Quickrod
Bogner XTC/Ecstasy
Bogner Shiva
Dr. Z MAZ 38 Sr NR
Budda Superdrive
Budda Superdrive II
Dumble Overdrive

and for a cab i suggest an Avatar/Marshall cab loaded with Vintage 30's
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#4
vox ac30 could do those things pretty good.
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#5
heres an idea, you sell me your triple rectifier and use that money twords your new head and get whatever you want
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#6
I say keep the Triple Rec.
These amps aren't only for metal.
Use the 2nd channel on the vintage setting, with the tube rectifier engaged.
Combined with the clean channel, there are lots of rock/pop/jazz/blues in there.
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