#1
Hi there, i'm looking for the rectifier sound, i mostly play pop punk and rock not much brutal rectifier metal
I have the fender mustang 1 ,i like the american 90s amp but the amp seems to do clean stuff much better that high gain

The pod hd looks good too, any other option?
#2
What's your budget and why does it have to be a modeler?
'cause a kemper would be my first thought, after an actual rectoverb.

The pod HD stuff is good indeed anyway, so getting that would be a nice idea for the high gain tones and the rest of the sounds and the effects and such.
You'd need a decent set of headphones or speakers to make it sound good though, I reckon it'd sound pretty bad through a mustang 1.
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#3
For the hell of it, I just jammed with the dual rectifier model on my Zoom G3. I used single coil, p90 and humbucker guitars through a Randall RM Blackface and a powered speaker. I can tell its on a mesa amp model but it sounds like ass regardless so, if it helps at all, don't get a G3 for rectifier tones.

That tone is very distinct though, I'm sure its gotta be one of the toughest amps to model right. And if you can afford a mfx that will pull it off, you can probably stretch it to an actual dual rec.
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#4
The only amp sims I'd say provide a convincing Recto tone would be AxeFx, Revalver, and some of the Line6 Pod/HD/whatever they're called now. You could also check out the Mesa pedals but with a Fender amp, you're better off with amp sims.
#5
Really depends on your budget man. I can only assume you don't have upwards of $1500 to spend on a used AXE-FX. Your best bet would one of the POD HD's, or even an Eleven Rack.

You can get an HD Bean for like $200, or an Eleven Rack without pro tools for $350~
#6
My budget is around $600, i just sold my dual recto and the 2x12 cab :P i was thinking in the pod hd because i only need it for home recording and maybe very small gigs
I love how mesa sounds in a pop punk/rock set up and even smooth leads thus i want something with that mesa tone, not super brutal 7 string metal like almost every video out there of the pod hd
#7
You sold a Recto and now want something that sounds like a Recto? Hmmmm.
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#8
Im pretty sure he sold it because its too loud for decent home recording. a POD HD500X would be ideal at your budget, though youd need some speakers if you want to play a gig. its $500 and it get a really good Dual Rec type tone for recording and live.

only real downside to this pedal is that theres a delay slight but noticable delay when switching between amp models and effects.
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For the hell of it, I just jammed with the dual rectifier model on my Zoom G3. I used single coil, p90 and humbucker guitars through a Randall RM Blackface and a powered speaker. I can tell its on a mesa amp model but it sounds like ass regardless so, if it helps at all, don't get a G3 for rectifier tones.

I get a pretty decent Rectifier-style tone for my metalcore band from a Zoom MS-100BT with the "Alien" amp model, the "ZNR" noise gate model and the "T Scream" overdrive model.
And it's decent enough for live use when I don't want to lug my amp and the whole pedalboard to the venue.
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I get a pretty decent Rectifier-style tone for my metalcore band from a Zoom MS-100BT with the "Alien" amp model, the "ZNR" noise gate model and the "T Scream" overdrive model.
And it's decent enough for live use when I don't want to lug my amp and the whole pedalboard to the venue.

Thats fine if you like it. I would pass
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Quote by lucky1978
For the hell of it, I just jammed with the dual rectifier model on my Zoom G3. I used single coil, p90 and humbucker guitars through a Randall RM Blackface and a powered speaker. I can tell its on a mesa amp model but it sounds like ass regardless so, if it helps at all, don't get a G3 for rectifier tones.

That tone is very distinct though, I'm sure its gotta be one of the toughest amps to model right. And if you can afford a mfx that will pull it off, you can probably stretch it to an actual dual rec.

I have a feeling that it sounded bad because of what you were running it through.
#12
If your cool with an amp look for a used mesa rectoverb combo.

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#13
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My budget is around $600, i just sold my dual recto and the 2x12 cab :P i was thinking in the pod hd because i only need it for home recording and maybe very small gigs


The Pod HD (bean) might be perfect for you. Well under budget (they've been sighted for $199 and a bit below that used). There are some extremely heavy models on there, but I think starting with the "PARK" amp and working toward more gain is probably a good way of moving toward the Recto sound. Pose the same question on the Line 6 forum, though. Or check out the vettaville.com forums.