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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 12 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 32 pounds
  • ASIN: B008BVAU78
  • Item model number: 2.MR25
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,460 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 24, 2011

Product Description

The Mini Rectifier Twenty Five rides atop a 20-year legacy of world-class high gain performance and hit-making sounds that have been at the core of – and even a catalyst for – some of the very best of Modern Rock. You will quickly find that its Mini moniker and physical size bear no resemblance to its stature, power and command over blistering, tight overdrive in the realm of big gain Tone. Don't think for a moment this 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 instrument. 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. Whether you're rockin' hard or putting the immense versatility of the Mini's four Modes to bear on a variety of styles, you'll get years of inspiration and enjoyment from this little gas-in-glass-powered jewel. We always strive to build classics, icons that you'll treasure amongst your most valuable musical instruments. From the feedback we've received thus far… it seems the Mini Recto is on its way toward achieving that status.

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This all tube amp is awesome!
Willy
It's all tube with 25 watts of power and it's more than enough to play out and gig with.
Todd
The dirty channel can go from crunchy rhythm to screaming, melting solo.
Tori

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By hiheadhydro on May 4, 2013
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I always thought Mesa would be too modern and high gain for me, but I was intrigued enough by this to give it a shot. I have owned a fair number of amps. I was really looking at this to compare with my Marshall JVM410h and use one or the other as a backup. I want a backup, and like the idea of one high wattage head and one lunchbox for convenience and lower wattage.

This Mesa Mini gives me an awesome Marshall-ish crunch sound on the "pushed" mode of channel 1, with the gain maxed and the master above 12 o'clock. It has very rich harmonics and responds well to the guitar volume control (although it doesn't clean up as rapidly as the JVM as I roll off the volume). It's usable at lower volumes (though still loud), where the JVM410h really seemed to need an attenuator to get into the sweet spot at non lethal levels, so I always run that with a THD hotplate.

I also got really nice blues sounds out of the same setup with my '60 strat. Haven't played with it that much to see how the Fender-ish tones might be, but so far so good.

The effects loop seems the best I've used - very transparent, no tone suck. Works great with a G-System with the 4-cable setup.

Only a few minor nits I suppose:

- It shipped with bad power tubes. They had crackling and occasional dropouts / tremolo oscillation. I called Mesa support, sent them a sound sample, and they sent new power tubes out right away. That fixed it. Good service experience. I am not dinging the product rating because of that.
- It doesn't have quite the clean headroom I'd ideally want - the JVM is incredible for that. But, then we're talking about a 25w lunchbox vs a 100w monster. I'm actually pretty happy with the clean and think it will get loud enough.
- It's expensive.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Valery Ways on February 8, 2013
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I was looking for a strong tone from my amp (Fender Deluxe), and although I love the crunch and the distortion I get from my amp, there was a little something missing that I got with the Mini Rectifier. Great purchase.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Todd on April 18, 2012
I was absolutely blown away by this little amp when I first tried it out. I hooked it into a 2x12 Mesa Cab and it has the tone and feel of the Dual and Triple Recs. It's all tube with 25 watts of power and it's more than enough to play out and gig with. The Clean is nice and fat with a lot of sparkle. The Treble Mid and Bass knobs give you a nice sweep of tone (unlike some Fenders that have no range after you turn them up past 12 o'clock). The overdrive/distortion can do anything from creamy blues to all out metal and hard rock tones. My only complaint is that it doesn't have reverb but I know this head was too small to fit a reverb tank on. The more I play the amp the more I find I don't need it (and if I do, I have a nice Digitech Hardwire Verb Pedal with true bypass that sounds very close to the real thing). You will love this amp! It has tons of different tones you can dial in and sounds like the bigger brothers from Mesa only much more cost friendly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By anderlara on March 12, 2013
I needed a lower wattage amp since I play at home, but I also wanted some loudness and punch. I am used to a 100W Orange that I sold since I do not gig anymore, hence 100W is way way over the top for home use. Then I went into Guitar Center and tried this amp and was just shocked at the tone and power that it put out. I tried it through an Orange 4x12 cab with V30s and it was just amazing. I bought it immediately and cannot stop playing. Leave to Mesa to come out with the best low watt amp in the world !!!!
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