#1
Whats your thoughts on these new amps?
Is it just a huge band wagon ride on dimebags name or are they actually creating an alright immitation amp?

The price isnt bad £359 for the head £359 for the cab and £549 for the combo.

Share your views.
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#2
There was a video posted before, in one of the older threads when it was first announced.
IMO, it sounded fairly bad. The construction looks really cheap too.
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#3
Good point, just cause its cheap doesnt mean good deal, the sound might be alright but everything else might be ****.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JB1azryB1M
theres the video.

It sounds very dry and flabby.
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Marshall ms-4
Boss me-50
Roland cube 30
Randall rg75 g3
Last edited by skinzpoison at Mar 27, 2009,
#4
you can pick up the actual heads he used (Randall Century 100 watt heads) secondhand for less than you would pay for this head. it's just Dean raping Dime's name over and over and over and over and over and over again.
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#5
Quote by skinzpoison
Good point, just cause its cheap doesnt mean good deal, the sound might be alright but everything else might be ****.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JB1azryB1M
theres the video.

It sounds very dry and flabby.

I would take all of those NAMM vids with a grain of salt. Have you seen the demo of the Mark V? It sounds worse than that.

It's pretty similar to the Randall heads that he used. Your RG75+ an EQ and boost would get you the same results.