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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by DrakkarTyrannis, Mar 23, 2010.
Mesa fanboys are gonna shit bricks
If this works... AWESOME!
Wow. Can't say I didn't see it coming.
Wonder what they're going to set their sights on next.
wondering what price point these will be at, cause a mesa triple is near 2K
hopefully engl, diezel etc
If it's heaps cheaper (surely it has to be cheaper than the $5,000AUD it costs for a triple rec here in Aus), and sounds vaguely as aggressive as an actual rectifier, well, FUCK YEAH!
EDIT: Holy shit! It says it will be $1180USD in the US So either way it will be cheaper than a triple here in Australia... whether importing or just buying from a store.
The MSRP is only $1179.99 USD, that's already a few hundred less then most used Rectos I see.
That is fucking hilarious.
no short head version = fail.
Good news for us in the UK.
the B-52 AT100 was $550 i think? Was that supposed to be a Trip rec clone?
I can't see paying anywhere near $1000 for a Bugera with their reputation... $600ish, maybe. I can't justify 2K for a mesa though either
Not saying mesa isn't worth it... it's just a big chunk of change for me.
I like the look of the TRIREC. It's Peavey meets Engl. Tube sockets still too close together..no KT88s for y'all.
Definitely Fireball-ish, 3120-like
I thought the exact same thing
Well, the street price will be far lower for sure. For instance the MSRP for the Bugera 6262 is $8100, but it goes for $550 new in stores. Based on that it'll probably only cost about $650 to $700 street.
wow did they ever rip off the rect with this one, wow
does this company copy the circuits too? i hope not
Hell I hope SO. Rectos and Marks for everyone. I'd buy the recto one just to have it hanging around
Pretty much everything out there is a clone of something, I don't really see peoples problem with Bugera.
I think it's more of reverse engineering then just copying specs. I believe the exact specs to some of these amps are copyrighted/patented, so there's no way they'd open themselves up to that kind of litigation.