#1
I'm looking at getting a new amp soon, and this was one that I was seriously considering. I was wondering if anyone owned/had tried one, and wether they would recommend it?
Thanks
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#2
Has this series even come out yet? I didnt think they did
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#4
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I recently bought one of these.
Great amp!


how much did u get it for?? and from where?
can it do high gain stuff?
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#5
I'm also interested in this amp. Does it have good cleans? How does it do with low, mid and high gain settings?
#6
The amp has great cleans - you can actually use the bright and the warm channel for cleans. It stays clean pretty much till 3 o'clock on the gain knob.

What I noticed when I took the amp to practice is that the cleans are softer and mellower when the DPR is at 5W. Increasing the DPR has a negative effect IMO as the sounds gets raspier and not so well defined... But make no mistake - the cleans are unbelievable and every small mistake you make while playing will be very noticeable (there had to be a disadvantage, right? )

I don't use the high gain channel at all becasue it is... well... brutally loud and only useful if you are into trash / speed metal. Even the solos sound as if you are on crack.

All I use for dirty sounds is the crunch channel which is really majestic and gives you many different options courtesy of the on-board EQ.

Frankly, between the DPR and the Infinite control (US / UK), the amp has so many voices and reincarnations - it is mind blowing. You can make it sound like a Fender or a Marshall, even a Vox if you tweaked the controls suitably.

It is very loud as well - even on volume 3 blows the roof of my flat off.
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Quote by Sirakov
The amp has great cleans - you can actually use the bright and the warm channel for cleans. It stays clean pretty much till 3 o'clock on the gain knob.

What I noticed when I took the amp to practice is that the cleans are softer and mellower when the DPR is at 5W. Increasing the DPR has a negative effect IMO as the sounds gets raspier and not so well defined... But make no mistake - the cleans are unbelievable and every small mistake you make while playing will be very noticeable (there had to be a disadvantage, right? )

I don't use the high gain channel at all becasue it is... well... brutally loud and only useful if you are into trash / speed metal. Even the solos sound as if you are on crack.

All I use for dirty sounds is the crunch channel which is really majestic and gives you many different options courtesy of the on-board EQ.

Frankly, between the DPR and the Infinite control (US / UK), the amp has so many voices and reincarnations - it is mind blowing. You can make it sound like a Fender or a Marshall, even a Vox if you tweaked the controls suitably.

It is very loud as well - even on volume 3 blows the roof of my flat off.



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#9
Is it good for getting some high gain tones with tight end and thick mids? I'm into a tight tone good for palm muting, but having the mids in there.
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I'm looking at getting a new amp soon, and this was one that I was seriously considering. I was wondering if anyone owned/had tried one, and wether they would recommend it?
Thanks



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