#1
Just picked this up from a friend for a bit. Sounds cool, especially with the parker.

Amp is a bit scooped but pretty tight and you can get some killer metal tones out of it. I still cant decide what amp head to get as a keeper so..i will have to try a few out. Diezel is next on the list.

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#2
Sweet! Hell of a rig there! HNAD
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#3
Try a Rhodes sometime. Same feature set as the Diezels (actually even better) and a nicer tone, IMO. I don't regret selling my Diezels at all with the Rhodes around.
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#5
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#6
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Try a Rhodes sometime. Same feature set as the Diezels (actually even better) and a nicer tone, IMO. I don't regret selling my Diezels at all with the Rhodes around.


Im friends with kyle, did some promo stuff for him. I tried some of his amps out at NAMM too a few days ago. Really been feelin the new 50 watt 2 channel.
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#9
i'm replacing the grill ornament on my car with an ENGL emblem.

way cooler.

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#10
That's sweet!!
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#11
Welcome to the Engl family!
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#12
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i'm replacing the grill ornament on my car with an ENGL emblem.

way cooler.




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Nice Engl!!
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#13
Daaaaaaaaaamn that's sooo good, I want that stuff.

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#15
I have the Powerball also. My favorite amp ive ever played.

It is scooped and fizzy. Roll way back on at presence to fix the fizzyness and put a 12at7 tube in v2. Put a eq pedal in the effects loop, boost the midrange a bit, and cut the high back if you like. Totally thickens up the lead and resolves the midcut issue. You could keep the contour knob engaged instead of boosting the mids with the eq pedal, but i like kicking on the contour for leads and having the mids already up for rhythm.

The tone is really fat, aggressive and articulate. I also like to keep my lead channel gain low and boost the front end with a TS. Some people said it doesnt take TSs well, but in my experience it has been a drastic improvement.
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