#1
I am looking at either the Dual or Triple Rectifier and then i know there are different models of each. And i hear the year makes a difference?

Which has the all around best sound and quality?
Since I am looking to get a Rectifier, everyone should know what sound i am trying to achieve
#2
Best current production REcto? Road King


Best overall? 2 channel dual recto.
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#3
RoadKing, hands down.
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Best current production REcto? Road King


Best overall? 2 channel dual recto.


2 channel rackmount
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I am looking at either the Dual or Triple Rectifier and then i know there are different models of each. And i hear the year makes a difference?

Which has the all around best sound and quality?
Since I am looking to get a Rectifier, everyone should know what sound i am trying to achieve


Your question is very subjective so expect different answers, but I like my Dual Rectifier Maverick and while it does do metal distortion, it has imho the best cleans of its series.
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#8
road king if you can afford it otherwise two channel recto. Stay away from the single rec 50 watt.
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#9
the Roadster is basically a Roadking without the ability to use both el34's and 6l6's at the same time from what i understand.
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the Roadster is basically a Roadking without the ability to use both el34's and 6l6's at the same time from what i understand.

Basically the case with the Roadster and Road King I. But the changes made to the Road King 2 made the differences a little more
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#11
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Stay away from the single rec 50 watt.


really.

I like my 50 better than the duals and triples (current production that is)
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#12
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really.

I like my 50 better than the duals and triples (current production that is)

the single rec is more geared towards rock than metal stuff.
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#13
If I got a rec I'd go with a Rectoverb or a Tremoverb. They should make a Markoverb V C+. I would buy that.
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If I got a rec I'd go with a Rectoverb or a Tremoverb. They should make a Markoverb V C+. I would buy that.


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#15
How about the Road Emperor?
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#19
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the single rec is more geared towards rock than metal stuff.

Not really... I'd say the opposite, at least with the 3 channels. The Single is tighter and allows you to get the volume pushing a little more so you get rid of the fizz. I'd gladly take a single over a 3 channel dual or triple.


As for the second best behind road king. I'd say the 2 channel dual/triple recto. They sound so raw and beastly. No other Mesa amp can capture the tone of a 2 channel, period.
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Not really... I'd say the opposite, at least with the 3 channels. The Single is tighter and allows you to get the volume pushing a little more so you get rid of the fizz. I'd gladly take a single over a 3 channel dual or triple.


As for the second best behind road king. I'd say the 2 channel dual/triple recto. They sound so raw and beastly. No other Mesa amp can capture the tone of a 2 channel, period.

Ehhh.
I'd probably still take a 3ch over a single for metal. You can't set it up like ass. That's what causes a lot of recto fizz. Setting the gain knob anywhere past 3 o clock is extremely excessive. Mine is set between 1 and 2 o clock. Any higher and it gets super compressed, and thats where the fizz comes in.
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Fender FMT HH Tele
Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
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ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#21
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Ehhh.
I'd probably still take a 3ch over a single for metal. You can't set it up like ass. That's what causes a lot of recto fizz. Setting the gain knob anywhere past 3 o clock is extremely excessive. Mine is set between 1 and 2 o clock. Any higher and it gets super compressed, and thats where the fizz comes in.


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#22
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who are you?
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#23
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who are you?


The guy who's owned more high end amps here than anyone but MC, ERock and kayman. Maybe more than kayman, dunno what his count is.
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The guy who's owned more high end amps here than anyone but MC, ERock and kayman. Maybe more than kayman, dunno what his count is.

I dont care. It doesn't make my opinion void.
And it just means he has a lot of money.
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Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
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ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#26
And the 3ch get a lot more hate than they deserve. It's not mesa's fault a lot of people don't know how to set them up.
This guy gets better tones than most of the rec clips i've ever heard on netmusicians, regardless of model.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ks2wSCgFHYE
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Traynor YCV50
Fender FMT HH Tele
Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
2 1x12 custom Theile cabs
ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#27
I am the president of MatrixClaw's fanclub. Matt is the president of my fanclub.
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#30
Where does the Road King model stand compared to a Bogner Uberschall? Please give specifics in sound
#31
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Where does the Road King model stand compared to a Bogner Uberschall? Please give specifics in sound

(Talking about the RK) Tighter, better clean tone, doesn't need an OD to sound good, much more versatile. That pretty much covers it
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