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  • Royal Atlantic or Rectifier?

    I've been using all kinds of rectifiers for years. Great metal amps. But I'm very intrigued by the Royal Atlantic. Can anyone compare the two for me? Fuel my G.A.S.
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    Originally Posted by SweepLegatto


    The noise comes from the cabinet, not from the pots of the front panel.

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    Royal Atlantic slays the Recto in my book.



    One sounds fuzzy and one sounds smooth
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    • #3
      Royal Atlantic slays the Recto in my book.



      One sounds fuzzy and one sounds smooth
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      • #4
        Royal Atlantic is way more awesome than a Recto IMHO. To me the RA sounds like a high gain pissed off hiwatt.
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        • #5
          Royal Atlantic is way more awesome than a Recto IMHO. To me the RA sounds like a high gain pissed off hiwatt.
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