When did the Triple Rectifier come out?

When did the dual rectifier come out?

In 1989, Smith designed the amp that would change the face of guitar tone: The Dual Rectifier.

What is the difference between a dual and triple rectifier?

The main difference between the Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier and the Triple Rectifier is their wattage. The Dual Rectifier is a 50 or 100-watt amp while the Triple is 50 or 150 watts. This extra wattage gives the Triple Rectifier more headroom and not so noticeable higher volume output.

Did Gibson Buy Mesa Boogie?

Gibson Acquires Iconic Amp Manufacturer Mesa/Boogie

Guitar manufacturer Gibson has acquired boutique amplifier brand Mesa/Boogie, the company announced Wednesday.

What year is my Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier?

The Chronological History of MESA/Boogie Amplifiers

Model Dates Serial Number Range
Dual & Triple Rectifier – 2 Channel Feb. 1992 – Feb. 2000 R-0001 – Approx R-16480
TriAxis – Version 2 Jan. 1993 – Mar. 1997 T1631 – T5199
Trem-O-Verb Jun. 1993 – Oct. 2002 R-? – R-17190
Amp Switcher Jun. 1993 – Dec.2007 M0801 – M1919

Are victory amps Handwired?

We use meticulously hand-wired tag boards where we feel that method offers the biggest tonal benefits, alongside printed circuit boards where they make most sense. We never compromise on components, from caps and resistors, pots and switches, right through to our custom designed transformers.

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Are Mesa amps made in USA?

All of our instruments are handcrafted in the USA. Mesa founder Randall Smith shares the inside story on how Mesa amplifiers are made.