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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2011 11:20 am 
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I recently picked up a Revision G (#3800), and it sounds phenomenal! My Dual has the updated FX loop, but has the 16/8, 16/8, 4, 4 speaker output configuration...

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:01 pm 
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Thread revival.

I recently came over a Triple Rectifier Blackface, Euro model and just had to buy it. It's been a wet dream for some years after all. The serial# is R-003482 which I quickly found was a rev. G. Nothing wrong with that I would say, however the telltale signs where completely wrong. There is no parallel loop for instance.

I found this board, and this thread, and decided I had to open the amp up.

The board is definitely a rev. G, as it says RF-1G.

Signature I think says "2 94 / GM"

Transformers:

OT: EAI606-334 562181

Choke: EIA606-402 550381

PT: EIA606-228 561137

16-8-4-4 cofinguration

Small logo.

No "vol 7-10" scribling.

I think screamingdaisy's "burn"-theory makes some sense.

Anyway, the amp sounds awesome :).


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:59 pm 
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My rev F recto has that sign...My friend has blackface rev G triple recto /sn 48xx which looks exactly same as it has small logo,serial loop and 16-8 16-8 4 4 speaker outs configuration too...

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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 11:45 pm 
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Resurrecting this thread again!!! Silver, have you acquired any more additional or helpful info on this run of Rectos since this thread was created?

All I know is I love the tones of this amp and would never part with it!


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PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 1:28 pm 
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Holy crap...bringing the thread back 5 years later... :lol:

Sure, what would you like to know? I've seen quite a few of this transitional era now, and that includes standard heads and rackmounts. Most of the heads have been in the high 3000 range, but I've seen some rackmounts in the late 4000s (bordering 5000) using a leftover Rev F chassis.

As a side note, I still have have that Rev G, and it's still one of my primary amps all these years later.

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