#1
I've been wanting to pick up a framus, but the recent recordings i have been listening too so sound similar it doesn't seem to have a point...
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#2
If you want an amp to compare a Cobra too, the Dual Recto is the one. Its a tighter version of a dual recto to put it in familiar amp terms. it has its own unique voicing though
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#3
Quote by mexican_shred
If you want an amp to compare a Cobra too, the Dual Recto is the one. Its a tighter version of a dual recto to put it in familiar amp terms. it has its own unique voicing though


Not really... the recto has a pretty scooped voicing while the framus is a middy powerhouse. The framus is just about one of the most "in your face" amps for metal you can buy.

And to op, listen to Parkway drive to hear what the cobra sounds like and Trivium for the 6505. There's a pretty big difference imo.
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#4
Quote by Lt.DustyBanana
Not really... the recto has a pretty scooped voicing while the framus is a middy powerhouse. The framus is just about one of the most "in your face" amps for metal you can buy.

And to op, listen to Parkway drive to hear what the cobra sounds like and Trivium for the 6505. There's a pretty big difference imo.

parkway drive often used 5150/6505's on some of their records and trivium used marshall tsl/dsl's for ages aswell so you kinda need to specify which album you mean

i'd say the cobra was thicker and beefier than the 6505 but the only way to tell whether it's worth upgrading is to try one out yourself
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Quote by Lt.DustyBanana
Not really... the recto has a pretty scooped voicing while the framus is a middy powerhouse. The framus is just about one of the most "in your face" amps for metal you can buy.

And to op, listen to Parkway drive to hear what the cobra sounds like and Trivium for the 6505. There's a pretty big difference imo.

Thats why i said it has its own unique voicing. if anything in terms of familiar amps its a cross between a Recto and Mark Amp
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