Page 1 of 39
guitaristclass
UG Board King
Join date: Sep 2005
3,316 IQ
#1
I searched and found nothing, so I thought that ENGL deserve to have their own thread. I will add reviews if people wish to submit them and prices of ENGL amps in the UK, USA etc when I have founf prices for them all.

Post what amp you have (and cab if applicable) and the settings you use for a desired style or artist. This includes EQ, Channel, Gain etc.

First topic of debate: Will an ENGL beat a Mesa in terms of versatility? Say what you think and WHY?



GC

Prices:

Here's a link to the new ENGL RRP Pricelist UK (july 08):

http://www.synergydistribution.co.uk/Syn%202008-7%20LR.pdf

US Prices (appx): PLEASE NOTE Due to the state of the global economy, the below prices are out by about 7% so add this on to get a more realistic approximate US price

HEADS
Special Edition E 670 EL 34 - $3,739.00
Special Edition E 670 6L6 - $3,739.00
Invader 150 E 640 / 150 - $2,696.00
Invader 100 - $2,796.00
Savage 120 E 610 - $2,294.00
Ritchie Blackmore Sign. E 650 - $1,614.00
Powerball E 645 - $1,954.00
Fireball E 625 - $1,274.00
Screamer 50 HEAD E 335 - $1,189.00
Thunder 50 HEAD E 325 - $891.00
Classic 50 HEAD E355 - $1,359.00


COMBOS
Sovereign 1 x 12" E 365 - $2,470.00
Sovereign 2 x 12" E 368 - $2,717.00
Classic Combo 2 x 10" E 350 C - $1,614.00
Classic Combo 2 x 12" E 358 C - $1,827.00
Thunder 50 Reverb Combo E 320 – £550 - $1,189.00
Thunder 50 Drive E 322 - £500 - $1,019.00
Screamer 50 Combo E 330 - £650 - $1,274.00
E530 Tube Preamp - $510.00
E570 SE Preamp - $1,784.00
E580 Midi Tube Preamp - $2,974.00
E850/100 Poweramp - $2,218.00
E840/50 Tube Poweramp - $1,359.00

CABINETS
1 x 12" Standard Cabinet E 112 S - $466.00
1 x 12" PRO Cabinet E 112 V - $509.00
2 x 12" Standard Cabinet E 212 S - $714.00
2 x 12" PRO Cabinet E 212 V - $764.00
2 x 12" PRO Cabinet E 212 VH - $772.00
4 x 12" Standard Cabinet Straight E 412 SG - $891.00
4 x 12" Standard Cabinet Slanted E 412 SS - $891.00
4 x 12" PRO Cabinet Slanted E 412 VS - $1,189.00
4 x 12" PRO Cabinet Straight E 412 VG - $1,189.00
4 x 12" XXL PRO Cabinet E 412 XXL - $1,274.00
4 x 12” Greenback Cabinet E412GS
2 X 10" Classic - $551.00

Footswitches:

Z-4 Foot Switch - $117.00
Z-5 Foot Switch - $194.00
Z-7 Midi Interface - $254.00
Z-8 Rack Mounting Panel - $58.00
Z-9 Midi Foot Switch - $203.00
Z-10 Foot Switch - $194.00
Z-11 Midi Switcher - $254.00
Z-15 Midi Foot Switch- -$356.00
Z-12 Midi Foot Switch - $237.00

Thanks to mark G for the uro price list

Prices are from Feedback, Thomann and Musik-productiv.

HEADS
Special Edition E 670 EL 34 - 2980 euro
Special Edition E 670 6L6 - 2990 euro
Invader 150 E 640 / 150 - 2222 euro
Invader 100 - 2099 euro
Savage 120 E 610 - 1849 euro
Ritchie Blackmore Sign. E 650 - 1190 euro
Powerball E 645 - 1499 euro
Fireball E 625 - 990 euro
Screamer 50 HEAD E 335 - 939 euro
Thunder 50 HEAD E 325 - 1085 euro


COMBOS
Sovereign 1 x 12" E 365 - 1899 euro
Sovereign 2 x 12" E 368 - 2111 euro
Classic Combo 2 x 10" E 350 C - 1222 euro
Classic Combo 2 x 12" E 358 C - 1444 euro
Thunder 50 Reverb Combo E 320 - 839 euro
Thunder 50 Drive E 322 - 792 euro
Screamer 50 Combo E 330 - 990 euro
Raider 100 - 1579 euro

RACK
E530 Tube Preamp - 485 euro
E570 SE Preamp - 1444 euro
E580 Midi Tube Preamp - 2299 euro
E850/100 Poweramp - 1599 euro
E840/50 Tube Poweramp - 999 euro

CABINETS
1 x 12" ENGL E 112S - 333 euro
1 x 12" ENGL E 112V - 366 euro
2 x 12" ENGL E212S - 499 euro
2 x 12" ENGL E212V - 549 euro
2 x 12" ENGL E212VH - 599 euro
4 x 12" ENGL 412 XXL - 1050 euro
4 x 12" ENGL E412GS - 945 euro
4 x 12" ENGL E412SG - 645 euro
4 x 12" ENGL E412SS - 645 euro
4 x 12" ENGL E412VG STRAIGHT - 945 euro
4 x 12” ENGL E412VS - 945 euro

SWITCHES
Z-3 Foot Switch - 30 euro
Z-4 Foot Switch - 79 euro
Z-5 Foot Switch - 169 euro
Z-7 Midi Interface - 199 euro
Z-8 Rack Mounting Panel - 47 euro
Z-9 Midi Foot Switch - 169 euro
Z-10 Foot Switch - 169 euro
Z-11 Midi Switcher - 199 euro
Z-15 Midi Foot Switch- -279 euro
Z-12 Midi Foot Switch - 189 euro

~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~IMPORTANT/USEFULL INFO#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~#~

I popped a pair of JJ 6L6GC valves into my ENGL the other day (for resons exlpained below) and WOW, talk about a lush, full sound. The valves that come stock with ENGL (much like alot of other amps) are re-branded Sovteks (probs the 5881WXTs, which are not the best valves in the world, lets be honest) and these JJs bring out another dimension of sound in my amp.

On another note, I have recently discovered that although the ENGL site says that this amp takes 5881 valves, it wont take them all. A while ago I had to re-valve my amp due to one of the output valves failing epicly, and after a while of research I ordered a pain of Harma 5881 cryo valves. I plugged them in and there was a quite apparent firey crackley sound which did not vary in volume upon varying any of the controls. I originally thought this was a biasing issue but it is not! It will take 5881/6L6GC tubes, but not 5881/6L6WGC valves. This is an easy mistake to make when ordering new valves as more often than not they don't specify between the two. Easiest way to do it is by looking at the base, the majority of 5881/6L6GC valves have a larger, raised base. Whereas the 5881/6L6WGC valves have a lower base.

I think this problem is down to the fact that the 5881/WGC valves are a lower power rated valve than a 5881/6L6GC, thus the former will only work on amps with a plate volatage of up to 400V, whereas the latter will work up to 500V. The ENGL Screamer putting out on average about 460V was basically frying the Harma 5881 valves and creating that odd crackle.

I thought I would post this here incase anyone else makes the same mistake I did.

------------------

Here's an interesting site about pre-amp valves for ENGL screamers, thanks to the user SG Thrasher for posting it
http://www.seymourduncan.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61365
Main Gear:

Santiago S3 Spanish Classical
PRS CE22 Mahogany
Mesa/Boogie F-50 combo w/ G12K-100
Teese RMC Wizard Wah
Rothwell Switchblade
Ibanez FL-9
Visual Sound Liquid Chorus V2
EHX SMMwH
Last edited by guitaristclass at Jan 16, 2009,
Storm_Bringer_
utterly butterly
Join date: Jul 2007
728 IQ
#2
Give me 2 months and I'll be the proud owner of an ENGL Thunder 50 combo (the one without reverb because it has better volume control) I absolutely love the thing though. Played it for at least 10 hours at the music store. I've never played anything better than a Screamer from the ENGL range but any Mesa I've played has beat it hands down I'm afraid. But for the cost in the U.K i'd go with ENGL. The Mesa's sound better but not THAT much better imo
the agony scene
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2006
678 IQ
#3
ENGL is fast becoming the amp of choice for guitarists
ive tried an engl fireball and loved it im holding out to see if i can get a 5150 head though
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#4
Quote by Storm_Bringer_
Give me 2 months and I'll be the proud owner of an ENGL Thunder 50 combo (the one without reverb because it has better volume control) I absolutely love the thing though. Played it for at least 10 hours at the music store. I've never played anything better than a Screamer from the ENGL range but any Mesa I've played has beat it hands down I'm afraid. But for the cost in the U.K i'd go with ENGL. The Mesa's sound better but not THAT much better imo


eh, try one of the engls closer in price to the mesas... though granted that's pretty hard in ireland. Depends on the tone you're after too, of course. I'd never buy a mesa, just out of principle.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Storm_Bringer_
utterly butterly
Join date: Jul 2007
728 IQ
#5
as I said from what i've tried lol. I've never found anything better than a screamer and the only reason i've tried mesas is because my guitar teacher has a bunch (rich b******) he has a roadster, a dual rect and a 5:25 . I'm eager to try a powerball and a fireball out as i've heard great great things
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#6
wow, that is a lot of money! as i said, I plain refuse to buy mesas because I know what they go for in the states. I don't like people making money by ripping others off.

i'm not too fussed on the fireball either, lol. I like the blackmore/Savage se (and i assume savage)/SE. I'd like to try the invader too. SE gets very expensive, though, there are possibly better options for the same cash (though few are as versatile).

obviously you may prefer the mesa tone...

Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


guitaristclass
UG Board King
Join date: Sep 2005
3,316 IQ
#7
Ah I thought dave would be here soon :p.

I've put UK prices up.

The thunders are ok, but they are not as good as the screamer, especially for the £100 difference.
Main Gear:

Santiago S3 Spanish Classical
PRS CE22 Mahogany
Mesa/Boogie F-50 combo w/ G12K-100
Teese RMC Wizard Wah
Rothwell Switchblade
Ibanez FL-9
Visual Sound Liquid Chorus V2
EHX SMMwH
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#8
^ haven't ever got round to trying a thunder...

Best make clear that footswitches are extra (cheapos at engl.. )

US pricing at www.rocksolidamps.com - better also make clear that in the US you have a lot of other options at similar or even cheaper prices. whereas in europe engl are pretty reasonably priced.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


bowen
Found yourself
Join date: Jan 2006
408 IQ
#9
I thought this would be the place to ask this. I play death metal, thrashmetal, and hardcore music and i need something that works with a 4 ohm cab, so I've been thinkin about the Ritchie Blackmore sig head because it's only a few hundred more than the fireball (which doesn't have 4 ohm selectability). Would this be good for it? or should i save a bit more and be way better off with a powerball? thanks in advance.
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#10
hard to say to be honest. can you try them?
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


bowen
Found yourself
Join date: Jan 2006
408 IQ
#11
no because i live in canada, if i were to get one it'd be off musiciansfriend most likely, i would love to try one because after the audio clips i've heard and some of the you-tube vids, i almost like the tone out of the ritchie blackmore sigs better than the powerball, but that's just me. anybody know of any place near vancouver or a little inland where i could try them?
Dalroth
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2007
144 IQ
#12
Maken Music in Chicago carries ENGL amps. I was just there this afternoon, they had a Blackmoore and a Fireball. Alas, I didn't get a chance to try them out (had to leave abruptly) but I will some day soon!
My Gear:
'05 ESP LTD EC-400
'67 Gibson ES-120T (Original)
'05 Vox AD30VT
'65 Fender Deluxe Reverb Black Face (Original)
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#13
chicago is thousands of miles from BC, as far as I'm aware.

the richie blackmore is more of an 80's rock/metal amp and is very open-sounding, while the powerball is more modern, and has a lot more gain and is more compressed. i probably prefer the blackmore too, but it does depend what you want. i could see some of the modern metallers not thinking the RB has enough gain, though i do know of some modern metallers who like it.

it's all preference, unfortunately, which is why it's best if you can try one yourself...
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Dalroth
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2007
144 IQ
#14
Quote by Dave_Mc
chicago is thousands of miles from BC, as far as I'm aware.


I know, but you guys want to start "The ENGL Thread", not "The BC Canada, ENGL Thread."
My Gear:
'05 ESP LTD EC-400
'67 Gibson ES-120T (Original)
'05 Vox AD30VT
'65 Fender Deluxe Reverb Black Face (Original)
plankermaxx
Registered User
Join date: Feb 2007
411 IQ
#15
OT to guitaristclass: how do you find your RMC Wizard Wah?
Legra
RMC Wizard Wah
Blackstar DistX
Modded SD1
Phase 90
ZVex Fuzz Factory
WH4
Laney VC30 112
Roland MicroCube
YouTube!
Irishman of the Laney Cult
Jackface20
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2007
255 IQ
#16
ive been thinkingg about the screamer combo for a while now to replace my Vox DA15 - how high gain does it go, ideally want to cover anything from satriani, vai to jason becker, dream theater or some metal like nevermore - doable without pedals? Im in UK so ENGLs seem to be good value compared to the likes of mesa boogie
bowen
Found yourself
Join date: Jan 2006
408 IQ
#17
thanks, i didn't mean to try to make it a thread about BC engl owners, so sorry, i was just wondering about some straight up info on it that's all. i could probably work somethin out to try one in summer, so it's no biggie. thanks again.
elchico04
Registered User
Join date: Jun 2006
1,477 IQ
#18
Proud owner of the E530 preamp here!
Gibson Explorer
Jackson Soloist SL3
Orange Tiny Terror
Mesa 2x12
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#19
Quote by Dalroth
I know, but you guys want to start "The ENGL Thread", not "The BC Canada, ENGL Thread."


hahaha touche, sorry, i thought you were replying to the guy from BC, not just making a general point for the thread!

sorry
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#20
Quote by Jackface20
ive been thinkingg about the screamer combo for a while now to replace my Vox DA15 - how high gain does it go, ideally want to cover anything from satriani, vai to jason becker, dream theater or some metal like nevermore - doable without pedals? Im in UK so ENGLs seem to be good value compared to the likes of mesa boogie


it might. you'd need to try it to see. how much cash are you willing to spend?
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


H4T3BR33D3R
Resident Gibson Whore
Join date: Nov 2007
2,488 IQ
#21
God, I've been GASing for an ENGL Blackmore for ages.


ENGL is like a drug for me. An expensive one I can't afford like cocaine.
Quote by Axelfox
my mom and i went to a furry con and on the second day she said she didn't come and pay money to go see dumb shit.


Quote by JustRooster
I incurred the wrath of the Association of White Knights. Specifically the Parent's Basement branch of service.
Jackface20
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2007
255 IQ
#22
Cash isnt so much the issue (within reason), im willing to pay for something that fits what im looking for - problem is there is very few music shops around where i live, and none of them stock things like engl, framus, etc - i wont be gigging anytime soon though so dont need huge volume, i just want decent tone

Id love to get something like a Mesa MKIV but being from the UK not sure i can really warrant the ~£1800 for one - what would the volume be like on things like the ENGL powerball - possible to go down to bedroom volumes without an attenuator?

And back on the topic of the screamer, if it cant handle the range of gain i mentioned, i assume with a decent OD it would be fine?
halikus
Registered User
Join date: May 2007
526 IQ
#23
Quote by elchico04
Proud owner of the E530 preamp here!


+1 and its an awesome bit of kit. Il never go back.

Il have to get some clips of mine recorded at some point as mine sounds very different from the vast majority of clips iv heard as im running it through an Atomic Reactor 112. 2 el84s and a custom voiced 12". Sounds quite middy to me, certainly lacks the bottom end oomph of my old 4x12 but thats to be expected its also got this great Laney esqe twang about it. Very cool sounding and very unique.
ESP M-1 - Dimarzio Super3
Ibanez RG3270 ToneZone/Blue Velvet/Paf Pro
Ibanez RG1527
PRS CE22
Mercer Blackmachine Replica

Diezel Herbert
Diezel Einstein Combo
TC GMajor

Gain Wh0re and Diezel Mafioso
The red Strat.
UG Monkey
Join date: Aug 2007
3,688 IQ
#24
E670 SE 6L6
$3,739.00

E670 SE EL34
$3,739.00

Engl E642 Invader 100
$2,696.00

Invader 150
$2,796.00

E610 Savage 120
$2,294.00

E645 Powerball
$1,954.00

E650 Blackmore
$1,614.00

E625 Fireball
$1,274.00

E335 Screamer
$1,189.00

E325 Thunder
$891.00

E355 Classic
$1,359.00

E365 Sovereign Combo 1X12
$2,470.00

E368 Sovereign Combo 2X12
$2,717.00

E330 Screamer 50 Combo
$1,274.00

E320 Thunder Reverb
$1,189.00

E322 Thunder Drive Combo
$1,019.00

Classic Combo 2X10
$1,614.00

E358 Classic Combo
$1,827.00

E530 Tube Preamp
$510.00

E570 SE Preamp
$1,784.00

E580 Midi Tube Preamp
$2,974.00

E850/100 Poweramp
$2,218.00

E840/50 Tube Poweramp
$1,359.00

1 X 12 Standard
$466.00

1 X 12 Pro
$509.00

2 X 12 Standard
$714.00

2 X 12 Pro
$764.00

2 X 12 Pro VH
$772.00

4 X 12 Standard Slant
$891.00

4 x 12 Standard Straight
$891.00

4 X 12 Pro Slant
$1,189.00

4 X 12 Pro Straight
$1,189.00

4 X 12 XXL Pro Straight
$1,274.00

2 X 10 Classic
$551.00

4 X 10 Classic
$764.00

Z-4 Foot Switch
$117.00

Z-5 Foot Switch
$194.00

Z-7 Midi Interface
$254.00

Z-8 Rack Mounting Panel
$58.00

Z-9 Midi Foot Switch
$203.00

Z-10 Foot Switch
$194.00

Z-11 Midi Switcher
$254.00

Z-15 Midi Foot Switch
$356.00

Z-12 Midi Foot Switch
$237.00

there ya go my friend
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#25
Quote by Jackface20
Cash isnt so much the issue (within reason), im willing to pay for something that fits what im looking for - problem is there is very few music shops around where i live, and none of them stock things like engl, framus, etc - i wont be gigging anytime soon though so dont need huge volume, i just want decent tone

Id love to get something like a Mesa MKIV but being from the UK not sure i can really warrant the ~£1800 for one - what would the volume be like on things like the ENGL powerball - possible to go down to bedroom volumes without an attenuator?

And back on the topic of the screamer, if it cant handle the range of gain i mentioned, i assume with a decent OD it would be fine?


you should be able to get a powerball down to bedroom volumes, but it might not start opening out and sounding its best until it gets louder. engls have among the nicest master volumes I've tried, but nothing really compensates for sheer volume i.e. driving your speakers and power tubes hard...

as to the screamer, you'd really need to try it. Opinion is kinda divided... some think it can do metal, some don't, some think it can as long as it's not your only style (i tend to go for the latter)... i can't say for sure it'd do what you want (nor could i say it for any amp, to be honest, but especially for something where opinion is divided).

I haven't tried the mark IV, but the mesas i have tried plain aren't worth the price in the UK. They go for around half the UK price in the US.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Jackface20
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2007
255 IQ
#26
Thanks for the info, ill have to see if i can find some shops in the UK that stock ENGLs - does anyone know of any?

I expected it to not be the most amazing tone if its at bedroom volumes, but should still be very nice, and the option for volume is always there when needed

Seen as this is the ENGL thread, anyone here with a Powerball fancy commenting on its suitability for low volume playing?
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#27
sure, which (rough) part of the UK are you in?
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Jackface20
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2007
255 IQ
#28
Leeds or Sheffield depending on whether im at university or not, so anywhere in that general area - the only major stores nearby that ive seen are Sound Control
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#29
http://www.spectresound.co.uk/productlist.asp?ManufacturerID=76&Pagename=ENGL%20AMPLIFICATION

they're in bingley which (i think) is in yorkshire. might not be next door, but should be in the same (rough) neck of the woods, anyway. presumably you could try one there, at very least.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Beerguzzler
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2007
32 IQ
#31
Quote by Jackface20
Thanks for the info, ill have to see if i can find some shops in the UK that stock ENGLs - does anyone know of any?

I expected it to not be the most amazing tone if its at bedroom volumes, but should still be very nice, and the option for volume is always there when needed

Seen as this is the ENGL thread, anyone here with a Powerball fancy commenting on its suitability for low volume playing?


The powerball is very good for low volume playing, I always play low volume for just practicing and when theirs someone around but when turned up it sounds even more amazing. Hope that helps.
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#32
Quote by Jackface20
thanks for the info


no problem, glad i could help.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Peytonnn
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2008
607 IQ
#33
okay guys
i was looking at the Orange Rockerv. 50 , but a lot of people are telling me to go with ENGL. and i'm liking the specs i see.
my question is.
i'm having a hard time deciding between the Screamer 50 and the Fireball 60w.

my band has an Alexisonfire type of sound.
which one would be better?
Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#34
got any links to their songs?
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#36
^ thanks. i'd be inclined to go for a screamer for the older one. newer one, not as sure. probably a screamer too.

i could be wrong, though. blackmore would be worth a look too, it's a similar price to the fireball. would do the newer one better than the screamer, i think.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Dave_Mc
Chirp and Swirl
Join date: Mar 2005
2,967 IQ
#38
^ excellent choice, i have one too.
Quote by classicrocker01
Only on UG would I say I got engaged and bought a jet city and get congratulated on the amp


Peytonnn
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2008
607 IQ
#39
Quote by zack_gb
Figured I'd help him out.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=IFpKiB6_1fE&feature=PlayList&p=DCF606A4DDD9B63A&index=8

older

http://youtube.com/watch?v=vJcZaS0JthA&feature=PlayList&p=DCF606A4DDD9B63A&index=7

newer


And yea the ENGL will do it alexisonfire pretty well. I got some nice tones for Pulmonary Archery out of it



i love their first cd, but i'm looking for their newer sound.
should i look somewhere else other than ENGL?
zack_gb
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2008
109 IQ
#40
I haven't really tried too much of Crisis (I have a screamer btw) but I think it should be able to do it. It can definitely do stuff like this could be anywhere in the world