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Reviews for the Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Solo Head
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  • An amp for life

    That's what I have. A Mesa Dual Rectifier Solo Head 2009 and having had and try other amps like ENGL Powerball & Fireball, Marshall JCM2000 TSL 100 combo 2x12 '' with 2 different speakers (Celestion V30 & Celestion Heritage G12), Peavey 6505 212 USA combo 2x12 '' OS Closed Back, Fender and others, I…

  • Best amp period

    Hands down the best Metal amplifier I've played in my life. Something about its raw, aggressive and low end thump on the Modern settings just gives me goosebumps. A lot of people shame them for being to flubby and loose ended (saggy) but IMO it just sounds better with that sag and adds naturality to…

  • The Multi-Watt is a killer gigging anp.

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    I have an old 2 channel Rev G Triple, and I just picked up this Multi Watt dual. Different tools for different jobs. The old 2 channel is a BEAST, heavy rhythm tone of the gods. The cleans kind of suck and unless you want to only have one or two tones on stage it's not a great gig amp. KILLER studio…

  • Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Solo Head

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    I can’t say enough good things about this amp!! It will do it all! Clean to mean and everything in between! Phenomenal clean channel, crunch channel and lead channel. So many options. I’ve always been a Marshall man but I’ve been converted. I’m a classic rock/blues player and its perfect for that! …

  • Learning curve, but great sound.

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    Coming from a Fender Twin there a huge.learning curve to get the spund you want, matter fact im close but still looking. Using a Mesa 4x12 cab. Was wondering if i should have started with a 2x12 first. Msube was to bif of a jump fpr my ears, Lol. I love the amp and recommend anyone who is looking to…