#1
I'm thinking of buying a Dual Rectifier that is a little older but in great condition, one of the older 2 channel models. I've heard that these ones are just as good if not better as the new mesa's but I can't decide. anyone know if there is a huge difference between them or if its negligible? I know it has 3 channels and a couple other features that I don't probably need. also, why don't the dual rec's have reverb?? that friggin blows... I don't want to spend another hundred bucks on a reverb when I just bought a friggin half stack...
#2
I heard the old dual recs are better than the newer ones.
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#3
I have played both, and yes, I prefer the older 2 ch. ones. ONly downside is that you lose a channel, however they make up for it with more agressiveness, tighter bottom end, and pure tone. In fact, I am fairly confident that the Randall MTS Recto modules are modeled after 2 channels, and that's why I now own an RM100
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#4
The 2 channels are much better IMO. The cleans aren't quite as good, but the distortion channel is awesome.
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#6
The old ones are awesome. I played a roadster the other day, not bad, but i could never seen the need for 4 channels.
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The old ones are awesome. I played a roadster the other day, not bad, but i could never seen the need for 4 channels.


The first clean channel overdrives more than the second, the overdrive is pathetic and weak, only Channels 2 and 4 are needed.