The only way to really know is try. It can be a bit difficult to accurately describe the tone of rectified nylons. In my experience, they have a bit of bite and brightness, and yet are sweet, warm and colorful at the same time. There is a certain charm to their tone. Disadvantages could be that they have a bit of string noise (but it gets better over time), are a bit stiff feeling, and have slightly less sustain than regular nylon. 90% of the time I use regular nylon, but when I am in the mood for something different I like to revisit rectified nylon.
If you want to experiment, I'd say the best place to start is either Pepe Romero or La Bella rectifieds. I've tried other brands such as pyramid, savarez, D'addario, but I think the best ones are the Pepe's/La Bella's in terms of tone and feel.
"Success grants its rewards to a few, but is the dream of the multitudes.
Excellence is available to all, but is accepted only by a few." - Christopher Parkening