#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTdaJQnEok8&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8eavPywIHQ

http://www.r3fx.com/

I found this pedal very interesting. You can get one for $150, and get upgrades for additional cost. I think it sounds terrific. Just putting this out there .
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#3
i have one ( the two channel version ) . i would recommend it over any boss pedals anytime , and its the probably the closest you can get to a mesa boogie rectifier . . but make sure you use it with the right set up .

forget pluggin it to a 15 what solid state combo or modelling and sound great. Like most boutique stuff .. its meant to be played through a good tube amp .

and ( this maybe because i dont have the right set up ) but i feel like this pedal would need a boost in front of it , like a small overdrive just to make it more brutal .

this is a nice pedal .... i had metal muff , metal zone , ubermetal ..etc.. and this pedal is totally different from them ..... it really sound great and not sterile .

*** ( not important ) i suggest you pay the 5 $ more for the nIce knobs ... otherwise the normal knob arent great . or buy your own knob and switch them .

and dont expect a very high quality paint job with glossy lacquer finish ... its very basic and the paint will chip easily IMO ... but thats detail . if you take care of it you should be fine .

overall i would reocmmend it 100 % ... its expensive but all the good pedal are in those price ... take the 2 channel version . mine doesnt have the speaker simulator ( i shoudl have take it )


the guy try it with studio monitor and speaker simulator ... its sound good but would probably sound 10x better through a nice power tube amp .


my big hesitation before buying was that since the guy used studio monitor and speaker simulation and not a tube amp to design it .. that it would be more like a sans amp pedal ( who sound better through fullrange speaker , studio monitor etc.. ).

but thats not the case .. it sound good through the demo but im sure 100 % that it kick ass through a tube amp . i havent try it yet .

im pretty sure its a clone of the dr boogie ... a diy pedal that emulate the recto .
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#4
Hey dude... check this one out too

http://www.wamplerpedals.com/triple_wreck_distortion

My cousin has the Triple Recstortion, and based on sound clips... it sounds chuggy and amazing.
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#5
off topic but i have to say it somewhere: my friend tried to tell me yesterday that he bought a "Mega boogie" amplifier

needless to say i lol'd
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Congrats dude. I kinda want a BJ too 'cause I like them so much. I'll check your clipz later.

#6
Quote by ragingkitty
Hey dude... check this one out too

http://www.wamplerpedals.com/triple_wreck_distortion

My cousin has the Triple Recstortion, and based on sound clips... it sounds chuggy and amazing.


Wow that does sound pretty cool too. I'll check that out too. The Rec models is pretty much the only model on the Flextone I'm interested in. So if I can accurately model it's sound through a pedal, I'll just go with a cheap tube amp. Problem solved .
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#7
Quote by ragingkitty
Hey dude... check this one out too

http://www.wamplerpedals.com/triple_wreck_distortion

My cousin has the Triple Recstortion, and based on sound clips... it sounds chuggy and amazing.


Oh jesus... so... tempted... last time I was on their site they hadn't come out yet...

My amps gain channels are all f***ed and I've been thinking of getting the Blackstar HT DistX.
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#9
It sounds good, but it doesn't have the same power as a Rectifier. (Not talking about how loud it can get, I'm talking about how powerful it sounds). I might buy it sometime though.
#10
Sorry to say this, but nothing can come near to a real recto sound except a recto.
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#12
Quote by AmericanParadox
Sorry to say this, but nothing can come near to a real recto sound except a recto.


Errr... which is why Mesa/Boogie is still in business.

The intentions of these pedals are to provide Recto-styled distortion.

Otherwise, I'm sure these makers will be getting a letter from Randall Smith's lawyers sometime soon.

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my friend tried to tell me yesterday that he bought a "Mega boogie" amplifier




Mega woogies! EPICPHAIL

I think you should relieve him of his burden of using an amp that he doesn't deserve.

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Oh jesus... so... tempted... last time I was on their site they hadn't come out yet...


I was sorely tempted by it too... but no... I'm gonna save money for my Lovepedal Kanji 9 Overdrive and my Pigtronix Phi Echolution Delay Pedal.
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