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Finally caved and got rid of my Mesa Stiletto that I haven't been using nearly as much as I used to since picking up the Single Recto. It's hard to let go of a Mesa... without replacing it with another Mesa.





Picked up a Mesa 2x12 Recto cab for upcoming studio use and smaller venue shows. I was really interested to get this home and hear how it sounds compared to my Stiletto 4x12 cab. Cleans are noticeably more full sounding through the 2x12, which I don't really know how to explain but now understand why I've seen people running cleans through a 2x12 and their dirty sound through a 4x12. One of the biggest perks outside of recording/gigging, I can leave the 2x12 at home to mess with while my 4x12 stays at our rehearsal spot.

I did think about getting one of the 1x12 Thiele cabs but once I played the two it was an easy choice. 1x12's just haven't done it for me. Very pleased with the 2x12 so far.
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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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