Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Solo Head Reviews
The Rectifier series has become a staple in the hard rock and metal communities. It is a very simple amplifier and it excels greatly in the area it was designed for. With a little help from pedals, the midgain and clean sounds are passable, but on their own are less than favorable. These amps have been recently replaced with a new multi-watt mod... [read more on Audiofanzine]SonicPulverizer rated this unit on 2012-09-01.
If you need absolute bone crushing power, this amp will probably be for you. There are some flaws like the effects loop and the ridiculous amount of volume needed to really get this amp to roar, but once it's up to volume, it really just destroys any small mammals within a three mile radius. [read more on Audiofanzine]Hatsubai rated this unit on 2011-03-31.
I really like the heaviness and thickness of the distortion on this amp. Most amps don't have distortion that is this powerful and crunchy. The leads are also great sounds. I really don't like the clean channel, as it's pretty hard to get a good clean sound with it. Having a good guitar helps. The one thing that is annoying about the distorted c... [read more on Audiofanzine]mooseherman rated this unit on 2009-06-08.
I've been using the Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Solo Head for about five years and it is the amp I prefer to use when recording metal and hard rock because of the great distortions it has on each of the different channels. The price is pretty expensive, but it is aimed at professionals looking for a high quality amp. Overall it is a great ampli... [read more on Audiofanzine]moosers rated this unit on 2009-03-26.
If you want a distinctive distortion sound that is wonderful to record with - If you want an amp that solid and will never bust - you already own an amp with a great clean tone - and you have $1600 in you back pocket this is your amp. [read more on Audiofanzine]Theodore Whiteside rated this unit on 2004-09-17.
Well this is the best head you can get but there is the road king if ya have a few hundred extra and nothing else to spend it on. I would get that i guess but it has the same tube and controls just a different interface. But i recomend a fullstack with enough headroom to open up the wattage on this bad boy! And also it has a lil bit of harshne... [read more on Audiofanzine]DarrenJames rated this unit on 2004-01-07.
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