#1
You guys know of any albums or songs recorded all with the Dual or Triple Rectifier? Even if it's one of your bands. Tell me about them. Give me a link or something. I just want to hear some post production music with the recto on it.

Thanks
#2
I think most BTBAM albums were done with Mesa Dual Recs...bar the latest album
also
Painted in Exile - Revitalized EP
#3
http://www.mesaboogie.com/gallery_artist/art_gall.php start by searching dual/triple rec, and then you can search to see if they recorded with it...
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#5
If I remember correctly, Mokoma's Kurimus album is recorded with a dual rec, and I consider it to be a very good example on the dual rec tone.
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#6
metallica mostly used mesa before hammett moved to randall. not sure what hetfield is using now.
#7
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metallica mostly used mesa before hammett moved to randall. not sure what hetfield is using now.

I know Hammett used the Mark series a lot, but I'm not sure about the rectifier.
#9
If you're looking for a non-metal sound, Weezer's Green Album was nothing but Dual Recs.
#10
Just about every korn song , mid-period blink 182 and linkin park
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#12
All of Rammstein's albums were recorded with a Dual Rect. Richard Z uses them, Paul uses Powerball's last I heard. Try Ich Tu Dir Wen or Sonne if you want to hear what a Recto can do.
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#13
for my old band in NM, I recorded 2 of our CD's with a dual rec... they're still playing a little bit now, though now its like a bastardized version of the band lol

http://www.myspace.com/oldmanshattered

listen to "disassembled" "lost and aware" and "without you" (though skip ahead the first minute in that last song, it has an extended choral intro)
#14
BFMV used double/triple recs, didn't they?
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All of Rammstein's albums were recorded with a Dual Rect. Richard Z uses them, Paul uses Powerball's last I heard. Try Ich Tu Dir Wen or Sonne if you want to hear what a Recto can do.


Richard's Rectifiers are Voodoo modded, though.
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Richard's Rectifiers are Voodoo modded, though.

Ohh right, forgot about that not sure how much that changes the sound, it still sounds like a Recto
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#17
Does it really matter? CDs are processed to the max, even if they used Rectos on the album, you're not going to hear what it really sounds like

If you want to hear what an unprocessed, raw, 2-channel Recto sounds like, listen to the clip in my profile.
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#18
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BFMV used double/triple recs, didn't they?

Padge does (though I think he recently switched to a JSX). Matt is the one with the 6505.

OT, I think Paramore used them on their first two albums (they use Marshall DSLs live though.)

I think AFI's Jade Puget has used them before (though he now uses a Diamond Nitrox).

Disturbed's Dan Donegan has used them in the past too if I'm not mistaken.
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#19
Does it really matter? CDs are processed to the max, even if they used Rectos on the album, you're not going to hear what it really sounds like

Very true. Playing on a Rectifier is not going to sound like multiple guitars parts layered together and soaked with high-end studio reverb.

Anyway, I think that all of the Type O Negative albums were recorded on Recitifiers, although Dead Again might have been done on a Triaxis. Of course you still have to figure out which sounds are bass, keyboard, or guitar, because they all sound like each other at times.
#22
Even if only Dual or Triple Rectifiers were the only amps used to record a song or album, there are still more variables that you have to consider. I have a Single Rectifier and I can tell you from experience. I guess these things are true of most amps though. Anyway, pickups can have a pretty big affect as well as the speakers in the cab. With the same amp settings, my EMG 81 sounds alot different than the Gibson 500T that was in my V and the Seymour Duncan JB that's in it now doesn't sound anything like either one of them. I've also used different types of speakers and different size cabs. They all affect the way it sounds.
#24
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Hetfield's using Diezel VH4s now.


he still has a number of Mesa Triaxis's in his rig
Gear:
Ernie Ball MusicMan JP7
Schecter Hellraiser 006
Mesa Boogie Road King s.2
Mesa Boogie 4x12 Recto cab

Ibanez Keeley TS-9
TC Electronics G-Force
Amp Gizmo
Voodoo Labs GCX
Voodoo Labs Ground Control Pro
#25
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You guys know of any albums or songs recorded all with the Dual or Triple Rectifier? Even if it's one of your bands. Tell me about them. Give me a link or something. I just want to hear some post production music with the recto on it.

Thanks


Why?

Are you going to buy an amp or no?