Based upon the designs of their bestselling Rectifier models, the Mesa Boogie Mini Rectifier 25 boasts great Mesa Rectifier sound in an affordable and increasingly portable package. The Mini Rectifier 25 has a switchable dual power output - from 10 watts to 25 watts, so Rectifier sound is now obtainable within sensible jam/rehearsal volume levels. In addition, Mesa have clearly not skimped on the design as they offer two completely independent channels for flexibility despite the unit's light weight (just 12lbs) and portable size (it's just over a foot wide).
By combining a classic 4-mode 12AX7 Rectifier design with Mesa's Dyna Watt technology in the power amp section (El84 tubes), Boogie have managed to create a professional and practical amp on all levels which will not disappoint hardline Recto fans! Finally, the quintessential modern high-gain guitar tone is available without buying a 100w head and 4x12 cab!
Here's what Mesa Boogie say about the Mini Rectifer 25 Head:
Don't think for a moment that the Mini Rectifier® is a trendy down-line toy or marketing-derived imitation of our mighty Recto®. This is the real deal… in every way a high-end, hand made all-tube amplifier.
Lurking within this expensive metal chassis, lies one of our most expressive and nuance-enhancing circuits to date and it creates an exciting, adrenaline-producing Tone machine… one of the most fun to play in the entire MESA® collection.
Like its original two channel forefathers, this Recto® keeps things straight ahead and easy to navigate. This generation features two footswitchable Channels that each contain two Modes and while it looks basic and drives easy, a world of stylistic versatility lives within these two simple rows of controls.
- Build Location Hand-Wired In Petaluma, CA with the World's Finest Materials
- Wattage Multi-Watt™ 10 or 25 (Channel Assignable)
- Power Tube Type 2x Mesa EL84
- Channels & Modes 2 Channels / 4 Modes
- Mode Voicings / Styles Ch. 1 = Clean or Pushed
- Ch. 2 = Vintage or Modern
- Graphic EQ / Reverb / FX / Solo FX Loop
- Footswitchable Functions Ch. 1/2