#1
Im replacing a Bugera 6262 head with a Mesa Boogie Rectoverb head, am I doing the right thing?

-Will the Mesa have more versatility, because i play everything from maroon 5 to slipkot.

-Will the 50watts be able to keep up with a band?

-Which has the better clean?

-AM I DOING THE RIGHT THING BY REPLACING THE BUGERA WITH THE RECTOVERB???
#2
- Probably.

- Definitely, unless your drummer is loud.

- Up to you.

- Up to you.
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#3
Bandwagon answer would be hell yes!

-If it has more versatility I don't know, but it has a lot more reliability.
-yes, 50 watts is more than plenty
- Both are decent
- time will tell if YOU like it.
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#5
I loved the cleans on the rectoverb. The crunch is kind of buzzy and modern, but i didn't really get to mess with it and dial in different tones.
#6
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Ok let me rephrase, in your opinion which has the better clean and versitility?


Whether it has better cleans and/or better versatility is subjective. Going to the Mesa would be an upgrade IMO
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