#1
So I'm looking for a good amp for heavy rock sounds but with some good clean tones as well. I am in a heavy country band that is basically rock. Jason Aldean/Brantley Gilbert Sounds. I am currently using a Fender Deville 410 running pedals and not very satisfied when using distortion or high gains however I may keep that amp for the clean tones and run a splitter on stage. I'm thinking about a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier. Money isnt an issue. What would y'all recommend?
#2
Mesa could do it. The Supro reissues might work, but may be a little underpowered for your tastes.

Check out the Carvins, too.
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#3
I'd recommend a lone star, but that's partly because I myself want a lone star.

A royal atlantic would also work good, I'd take that over a recto.
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#4
Mesa Roadster - All the goodness of the Lonestar (with some Mark I thrown in) and a Dual Rec in one amp.

I'm thinking you could go Channel 1 Tweed, Channel 2 Clean or Fat, Channel 3 Raw, and Channel 4 Vintage.

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#5
i have seen recs and even 6505's on heavier country. another thought maybe orange?

i would recommend a tremoverb, i have one and it is yummy. reverb, tremolo, nicer cleans and low dirt than the regular recs, and has just as good (likely better) high gain.
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i have seen recs and even 6505's on heavier country. another thought maybe orange?

That could be FAT!
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Rect-O-Verb


Yup, or the Trem-O-Verb (or the Road King/Roadster if you are looking to drop some real dough).

My Rect-O-Verb combo has excellent cleans, and the dirt channel is intense to say the least. I can get some nice chickn' pickn' tones all the way up to the chunkiest metal tones and stellar leads.
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#9
a dual recto will do it. why not a mark 5 25 watt? a full mark 5 is about 2500-3000 bucks but almost 90 watts. almost nobody really needs 90 these days. 25 is PLENTY for 99% of use cases. the cheaper 5 25 version is a sick amp.

if i wanted to blow about 1200ish on an amp i wouldnt even think twice.
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So I'm looking for a good amp for heavy rock sounds but with some good clean tones as well. I am in a heavy country band that is basically rock. . What would y'all recommend?


So I'd recommend that you check back on the other identical thread you started on this same subject in this same forum.
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Huh?


He IS slightly orange...

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