I know that at least one person on here uses the Recto Orange model on their axe-fx, and also uses a high pass (?) filter to remove the "recto fizz".
I'd like to know what settings this high pass filter is set to in order to remove that fizz? I'm wondering if I can get something (Parametric EQ?) to remove that frequency from my roadster so that I can get all that awesome punch and clarity without that extra sizzle.
That fizz starts to disappear as you turn the thing up. I am guessing you are not in an environment where you can turn it up loud enough? I can say that the last thin you want to do is start fucking with a filter before the amp, since you want the full spectrum of your guitar's tone to hit the amp. A high pass filter is the sort of thing used after a mic'ed signal, done while recording or at the board in a live environment. In the AxeFX, that is what roll it is playing.