#1
I have a Dual Rectifier being made as we speak and I was just wondering how it would sound paired with one of my 1960 cabs with celestion gt12T-75's in it over a rectifier cab with vintage 30's in it? Am I going to lose that amazing "boogie tone" that I'm after? Or will they pair nicely?
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#2
it'll sound different. g12t75s are more scooped and have more bass and highs than v30s (and more fizz/sizzle) while v30s have a massive mid spike and less/really tight bass and the top end rolled off a bit.
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it'll sound different. g12t75s are more scooped and have more bass and highs than v30s (and more fizz/sizzle) while v30s have a massive mid spike and less/really tight bass and the top end rolled off a bit.


Do you think that will ruin the dual rectifier's tone?
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#4
Congrats on the purchase! Love the rectos.

Have a recto head and also owned both cabs. I liked both, but as mentioned above they're just different. At the end of the day, there was no mistaking that it it was a recto and I was competely satisfied running it through either the marshall or one of the mesa cabs.
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Do you think that will ruin the dual rectifier's tone?


You are the only person who can know the answer to that. You just have to try it. As Dave said, it will sound different. Whether that is ultimately for better or worse is something only your ears can decide.

If you have both cabs already, just try it. It takes literally 15 seconds to hook up a different cab.
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#6
it'll probably sound really good. You don't have anything to worry about honestly.
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#7
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Do you think that will ruin the dual rectifier's tone?


no idea, i've only tried a recto with v30s.

as offworld says, though, ruined is the wrong way to look at it...it'll sound different. that might be better or it might be worse.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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