#1
Sorry if this falls in the category of a VS thread! From what I can see/hear/read online, pretty much all Fryettes are absolutely amazing. I'm looking to get one for my alt/pop/punk rock band, and I want to know how they differ. How does the Deliverance, Sig:X, and Pittbull series compare? And is the Pittbull UL just a CL with KT88 as opposed to EL34s? I know all excel at high gain, but which one will do a better thick, punchy low-gain tone?
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#4
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ultralead.


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Can you at least offer comparisons of other Fryettes to the UL?
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#5
i dunno only tried the memphis. it was good.

but i'm sure the ul is better.
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#7
I know that Protest the Hero played the Sig:X for a while, and AM has an UL. I don't think that you can really go wrong, just look at different features and such. I think this is one of those things that you can't mess up, so go blindly, lol.
#9
i mean they are all good. just different.

the clx and the ul are el34/kt88 versions of the same amp.

the cl is a slimmed down version of that amp.

the sig:x is its own thing with lots of features running kt88s.

the memphis is supposed to cool and portable.

the deliverance is just balls to the walls distortions running kt88s.

Fryette's kt88 amps are more brootz then his el34 amps.
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#10
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ul is probs the best fryette. how much do you plan on spending?


Under $2,000 USD, but hopefully closer to $1,500. A quick ebay check reveals that the UL is around 2K, the CL is around 1500, and there is a Deliverance on their for $900!
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#12
deliverance's are cheap. Not a lot of demand for single channel amps.
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