#1
What an amazing experience. By far the most intense amp in term of gain and saturation I have ever played. The Most gain I have EVER Heard. INSANE amounts of Gain. It was all usuable gain too.

I would say more than the Engl Savage. Dont know about Framus cobra or Diezal Herbert though. Havent played those amps..

I played it with a Marshall 1960AV slant cab and a Mesa Oversized 4x12. It sounded best with the marshall cab. The amp is a bit dark to begin with so the boogie cab added to much low end. I really got to crank it too. I went to about 3/4 on the master volume with the channel volume Dimed.

$2799.99 price tag though. : (.
I have been told that they are not the most reliable amps and that they break down alot. Figures with a botique amp like that.


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#2
^ i....hate.....you.....so....much

haha

Man i wanna play one so bad. What would you say they sound similar too?

I've heard they're a mix of a mesa rec. and a 6505...
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#3
Think more like 5150 style saturation with JCM800 style voicing with Mesa Rect Punch.......... all times 10

No Joke ; )
#4
and yet your username is 10 months old..

it's a great amp, though. i don't own one but have played several. i wish i owned one. or two. or 19208123.
#5
seems pretty dang cool, cool amps too, i want a krank...... just to see what it would sound like with a midrange curve
#6
I've played one...Its killer. I played it through a Bogner 4X12, but I can't remember if it was the Uberkab. The Framus is a bit....drier/less saturated than the bogner. I wouldn't really compare it to a 5150 OR a Dual Rec--First, in my opinion it stomps on both, but as for a tonal comparison, the 5150 and Rec are a god deal muddier than the Bogner. I've seen them new for $2600 before though, you just have to look around. I don't know why you stated that Boutique amps break down a lot. That I disagree with a lot. While some Bogners have been known to be unreliable, its more of that a handful of them are NOT reliable as opposed to most being relatively unreliable. Most of them are pretty solid from what I know. Many handmade amps are Just as reliable as mass production amps, and are often backed up by better warranties and customer service as well.
#7
haven't played the uberschall, but the shiva and xtc are sweet. Pretty steep pricing in the UK, though- it'd definitely be worth considering if I could figure out some way to get one from the US.
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