#1
well i was offered a vht deliverance for my 5150, and most people are telling me to go for it. so i went on youtube and couldnt find a single video of a deliverence with a good high gain tone. So, has anyone ever used one and how high gain are they ( looking for the realm of lamb of god and chimaira)
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#2
Oh my! Do it! Thats what one of the guys from Protest The Hero uses. I think one of the dudes from August Burns Red used a Deliverance last time I saw em live as well
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#3
As br00tal as the 5150 with better cleans?

Do it nao.
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#6
it's different for sure from your 5150. Very dry and tight sounding amps. The D was supposed to be VHT's departure from that, but alot of people still find it pretty dry. It doesn't have anywhere near the saturation of the 5150 to my ears either. Monetarily, that's a good deal though. You should be able to get quite a bit more for a D60 than a 5150 at this point, even if you didn't like it. What is it you're looking for that the 5150 isn't giving you, or just looking for a change?

Personally, I think it's a great sounding amp that can definitely do metal, but I don't think it's as br00tal sounding as a 5150. IMO, I also think the single channel is somewhat limiting for cleans depending on the player. If you aren't good with a guitar vol, or use a boost pedal, rolling back for cleans mid song can be a PITA.
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#7
The Deliverance is a much more versatile amp and I saw a video of its dynamics and I was amazed. It definitely is different sounding though. Erock pretty much nailed it. I also feel like its not as big sounding as 5150 though.
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#8
Heck yes, take the offer!!
I agree with Erock, even if you don't dig it's (D60) tone you will get more on the used market than for the 5150.

Plus Fryette amps are kick @ss IMO.
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