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Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head, Tête d'ampli guitare tout lampe de la marque Mesa Boogie appartenant à la série Dual Rectifier.


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Neuf à partir de 2 999 € prix moyen : 3 212 €

Fiche technique Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head

  • Fabricant : Mesa Boogie
  • Modèle : Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head
  • Série : Dual Rectifier
  • Catégorie : Tête d'ampli guitare tout lampe
  • Fiche créée le : 15/06/2010

Multi-Watt, Channel Assignable Power Amp allows you to assign either 2 or all 4 Power Tubes to each Channel for Power Ratings of 50 or 100 Watts of Class A/B Power via independent 50/100 Watt Power Switches / 4x6L6 (or 4xEL-34), 5x12AX7, 2x5U4.

 

  • Bias Select Switch (6L6/EL34)
  • Fixed Bias for Consistent, Maintenance Free Performance
  • 3 Fully Independent Channels with 8 modes (Channel 1 = Clean or Pushed, Channel 2 & Channel 3 = Raw, Vintage High Gain or Modern High Gain)
  • Each Channel features: Multi-Watt Power Switch (50/100 Watt), Independent Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Presence, Master, Channel Assignable Dual Rectification with Recto Tracking™ (Diode or Tube Tracking – Patents 5,168,438 & 7,193,458)
  • Footswitchable or Completely Bypass-able Fully Buffered FX Loop with Send Level Control
  • Output Level Control (over all channels when activated)
  • Footswitchable Solo Level Control (Patent 6,724,897 - over all channels when activated)
  • Bold/Spongy “Variac” Switch (Patent 5,091,700)
  • True “Hard” Bypass Switch that removes FX Loop, Output Level & Solo Level Controls from signal path
  • Tuner Output w/Footswitchable Mute
  • Slave Out w/Level Control
  • External Switching Jacks for Channels 2, 3 (Ch 1 is default), Solo & FX Loop
  • New 3x3 - 6 Button Footswitch (Bottom Row: Channel 1, Channel 2, Channel 3, Top Row: Tuner Mute, FX Loop & Solo)
  • Slip Cover
  • Head (Width 25 1/2”)

Finish: POLISHED DIAMOND PLATE, BLACK TAURUS OR JUTE FRONT PANEL

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Avis utilisateurs Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head

Note moyenne :4.7( 4.7/5 sur 10 avis )
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vfab3910/03/2015

L'avis de vfab39"quel son!"

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head
utilisé en live et en répète, cet ampli, dont la puissance est heureusement commutable en 50 et 100w, est une merveille.
seul bémol, la boucle parallèle qui aurait gagnée à être en série, pour éviter que la saturation ne se retrouve ne fin de chaîne, ce qui rend les effets habituels type delay, reverb assez dégeu...
donc 4/5 et pas plus, mais pas moins!
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contenu en anglais
SonicPulverizer01/09/2012

L'avis de SonicPulverizer (contenu en anglais)"Refinement of a Classic"

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head
In 2010 Mesa boogie unveiled a new take on the Dual Rectifier, this amp features the ability to toggle each channel independently between 100 and 50 watts in a fashion similar to the Mark V. All the other features remain the same as the previous iteration. 3 channels, each with a variety of modes to toggle between. Effects loop present. No onboard reverb. Powered by four of mesa boogie's own 6l6 power tubes.

UTILIZATION

The new multiwatt feature allows for a different feel when playing the amp. Switching down to 50 watts allows decent breakup even on the pushed clean mode. All three channels appear to have been re-voiced for the better. The ability to switch between tube and diode rectification independently of each channel is a welcome upgrade and opens up even more tone shaping possibilities.

SOUNDS

Starting with the clean tone, the amp is markedly improved from prior iterations. No longer does the clean channel sound brittle, instead feeling full and reminiscent of other boogie amps. The pushed clean mode allows for a surprising amount of gain and allows for assigning 3 separate gain tones in the amp. The Orange channel's mid gain sounds now easily imply hotrodded marshall and sounds brilliant and clear without an EQ pedal, something that plagued the previous design. The Red channel is capable of everything it was and more. More liquid gain (similar to the MARK IV/V) and intelligibility in lead lines make for a night and day comparison with the first generation rectifier series.

OVERALL OPINION

Great amp. Easily a all in one solution for a gigging musician. With a more than passable clean and mid gain sound available, the amp competes with other mid-market channel switchers. Used prices are still fairly strong with most observed around the $1500 price point. I highly recommend this amp to anyone who had ill feelings about the Rectifier series.
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contenu en anglais
PurposeToMelody02/04/2011

L'avis de PurposeToMelody (contenu en anglais)"Love it...with tweaking"

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head
The Mesa Dual Rectifier 2 Channel Head Features:

- (4) 6L6s in the power section @ 100w
- (5) 12AX7s in the preamp
- (2) 5U4 rectifier tubes
- Bias Select switch (6L6/EL34)
- Fixed bias for consistent, maintenance free performance
- 2 fully independent channels with channel cloning
- Independent Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Presence and Master Controls per Channel
- Output Level Control (over all channels, when Loop is activated)
- Selectable Rectifier switch (tube or solid state)
- Bold/Spongy "Variac" switch
- Assignable parallel effects loop with Send and Mix Level controls
- Slave Out with level control
- Single button channel footswitch (must be set to Orange channel on back to work)
- Single button effects loop footswitch (must be set to external switching on back)
- (1) 16 ohm, (1) 8 ohm & (2) 4 ohm outputs
- Handbuilt in Petaluma, California

UTILIZATION

If this is your first time using one of these amps, you'll definitely want to read the manual. it's pretty confusing if you've never played it. there is a lot to work with for sure.

It's pretty hard to get TERRIBLE sound out of it contrary to popular belief. but it IS hard to get a great sound.It's always just OK to me until you sit and tweak for a while, it really is great, it just takes a lot of time and a little bit of know how to make it sound really good, and I personally recommend a EQ.

SOUNDS

Les Pauls and Strats mainly is what I use, oh, and this amp LOVES V30s.

Clean: its ok, its kind of sterile, typical mesa clean. It's kind of boring, but with a little bit of chorus you can get some good sounds. With a strat with the gain up you can get some pretty cool mid gain tones, but don't expect to have an AMAZING clean channel with this amp, just expect passable and you'll be good.

Dirty: Well, it's dirty, thats for sure. It's very raw and agressive. I LOVE this amp for pretty much anything mid-high or high gain. it does punk tones gloriously and you want metal? it does it. very well. It's great by it self, but throw a boost in front and you have a metal machine. if you get the chance to get it turned up it really opens up well also. It's very fat sounding. almost too fat in a mix, but it fills up everything so well, its a great rhythm amp and lead amp, I prefer it for leads though, either way it sounds great and I highly recommend it for anything between punk and and pretty much any genre of metal!

OVERALL OPINION

If you take the time to work with it and want it for a very specific thing (high gain stuff) do it and you won't regret it, just don't go get it expect a tone of versatility!
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contenu en anglais
MatrixClaw22/03/2011

L'avis de MatrixClaw (contenu en anglais)"Awesome Amps, Nothing Else Like It!"

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier 3 Channels Reborn Head
The Mesa Dual Rectifier 2 Channel Head Features:

- (4) 6L6s in the power section @ 100w
- (5) 12AX7s in the preamp
- (2) 5U4 rectifier tubes
- Bias Select switch (6L6/EL34)
- Fixed bias for consistent, maintenance free performance
- 2 fully independent channels with channel cloning
- Independent Gain, Treble, Mid, Bass, Presence and Master Controls per Channel
- Output Level Control (over all channels, when Loop is activated)
- Selectable Rectifier switch (tube or solid state)
- Bold/Spongy "Variac" switch
- Assignable parallel effects loop with Send and Mix Level controls
- Slave Out with level control
- Single button channel footswitch (must be set to Orange channel on back to work)
- Single button effects loop footswitch (must be set to external switching on back)
- (1) 16 ohm, (1) 8 ohm & (2) 4 ohm outputs
- Handbuilt in Petaluma, California

UTILIZATION

If this is your first time using one of these amps, you'll definitely want to read the manual. There's a lot of features on this amp that can get very confusing, if you don't know what you're doing!

While a lot of people say the Rectifiers are hard to dial in, I find it pretty hard to get a bad tone out of the 2 channel versions, no matter where you set the controls. Starting with all the knobs at 12 o'clock and moving on from there is always a good starting point. EQing is pretty simple if you've played with any other modern voiced amp.

SOUNDS

These amps sound great! One of my all-time favorite amps I've ever had the pleasure of plugging into. These amps are unique and there's not a single amp out there that can do the same sound as these amps. If you want that Recto tone found on countless '90-'00's grunge/punk/metal records, don't even bother with anything else, this thing will get you there in a heartbeat.

I mainly play metal, and this amp definitely delivers. While the rhythm channel (clean) doesn't have the greatest cleans, it's certainly easy to coax out a decent clean tone out of the channel. If you don't need a clean, you can use the channel cloning feature to dial in a distorted rhythm tone that will rip your face off!

Channel 2 is where this amp really excels. The Mesa Rectifier series is usually classified by its loose lowend and chunky "wall of sound." While that loose lowend is certainly true of the newer, 3 channel, models, the 2 channels are fully capable of getting a tight, grinding distortion, without a boost. This channel can go from fat leads (which are almost non-existent on the newer models), to searing rhythms with a couple turns of the dials.

These are, without a doubt, the "biggest" sounding amps I've ever heard. Especially with the matching Mesa OS 4x12 cab, they create a giant tone that crushes the first, second, third AND fourth row of people in front of the stage (haha)! Only have one guitarist in your band? No problem! These things create such a 3D sound, that one can completely fill in the spectrum left void by a second guitarist.

For recording, this is the go-to amp for many studios, and for good reason. These amps tracking amazingly well, and with little effort, which is the reason they're used on practically every popular rock album since they came out in 1992. These amps love Celestion Vintage 30s! Using this amp, a Peavey 5150 and a Marshall JCM 800, you have probably close to 95% of every rock/pop/metal tone ever created in your studio. This, and the Peavey 5150 are my favorite amps to use in my studio, and only on very special occasions does my Diezel Herbert get pulled out.

OVERALL OPINION

If a huge amount of versatility isn't needed (ie: If you don't need prestine cleans and a great low/mid gain tone), these amps are EXTREMELY hard to beat at their price. Why these sell for less than the 3 channel models is beyond me, as they sound about 5 million times better. The gain is clear and brutal, a recipe for destruction.

These amps are built like tanks and can easily withstand abuse on the road. I've owned almost every high gain amp Mesa currently produces, and has produced over the years, this amp is by far my favorite.
If you don't already have one of these in your arsenal, buy one!!
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