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Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Head
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Igor O Igor O
Published on 03/22/04 at 04:11
http://www.mesaboogie.com/Product_Info/Rectifier_Series/Dual_Rectifier/dual_rectifier.html

Max lamps, power, connection on top, is truly something to do !!!

USE

A 3500 (price Black Box, um ....), it would have been desirable to have a manual franais !!! But not that of English, but a nifty sticker (!) Mesa ....

The ncessite ffect loop a little time to adapt (to comprhension?)

The facade when it is really great and very faciled'utilisation despite the lack of graduation for the knobs, most often called "time" and not digital.
The fficiencyofthe knobs is really incredible (especially when you come out of long anns marshall !!)

SONORITS

Well, it's a secret personnne, the front is one of the best solution to have a "big" distortion Mtal (3 channel, modern fashion, gain onf ') of relief-that will tear -the-tapestry-the-carpet-the-neighbors-and-your-head !!! So no polemical has killed, c big, fat, heavy, powerful .... Arrrrrrrrgggggh!

BUT: the front is also: a clear well clear sound, really mat, a dmoniaque crunch of 4 modes (playing Videment the gain ....) Pushed in, raw, vintage and modern we obtien drooling crunch, dry, sharp or fat, lightweight, saturated short a max variants available, with TRUE personality and irreproachable quality ..... we go from AC / DC Hendrix, through pink floyd or zz top, blues or just a lil 'basic' .... a versatile word (well within limits, eh ....?!)

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it with a 4x12 cabinet Marshmall (not top), an Ibanez K7, a Les Paul and GT6 loop.
I expect to have a big sound, and it's done.
But the big surprise vien versatility of the beast ... what a shame that is correct Catalogu "big sound nag Korn", the multitude of modes and rglage including selection "tube / silicon diodes" and "bold / spongy" which affects the general grain of the amp, offers a really exciting potential in research of HIS sound.

Correction (so to say ...!) I have done since the acquisition of a Mesa 4x12 Recto, and dislocated serious !! The grain is perfect, I think it is really inseparable from cabinet head for those who want THE Mesa grain !! And especially in the studio !!
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