#1
I was impressed with the tone, but one question. Does this amp not get saturated at all? I mean, I plugged a Schecter with EMG's in it, and it was dry as all hell.
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#2
A number of people have said that of VHT amplifiers, at least since Fryette Amplifiers split off from them and took the high-gain monsters with them.
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#3
I've always heard that they were very dry. Seems to be a love/hate thing.

I'd bet it would force you to be a lot cleaner and articulate with your playing, but would result in great clarity and a huge sound in a band context.
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#4
It's not really surprising that EMGs alone won't overdrive a 40W amp. That's a decent amount of headroom.
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#5
^ if the preamp had any considerable gain though it would still cause some distortion there.

From what I've heard in demos the lack of saturation doesn't surprise me. I think Offworld had a point though, an overdrive would have a better chance of causing it to saturate.
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