I sold my rivera knucklehead reverb, this was one of the greatest amps I got to play
on and it served me well for a year or so, but I felt that I want something abit different and it's time to let it go.
I'm debating between these:
1. Axe fx.
2. Bogner Uberschall.
3. Bogner Uberschall twin jet.
4. Diezel herbert.
Here are some sound clips that could describe the tone I'm after:
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ICP3NLc5Dk]YouTube - SOMA - Voices[/VIDEO] (Uberschall twin jet).
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nCdgYWYXpM&feature=related]YouTube - Alice In Chains - A Looking In View[/VIDEO] (uberschall with probably another amp).
I never played a bogner, but I just love the uberschall's tone, weird, doesnt makes sense,
but thats truely the case.
I've heard so many clips and videos of it and always recognized that big loose low end,
that signature bogner midrange response, that slight compression to the tone, I really like that and I really want that specific tone.
I'm considering an axe fx after hearing they redid the uberschall on version 10.0 and I'm really excited from it's versatility and options - but I'm afraid it wont get me to that bogner sound accurately enough, I'm really afraid getting again to the point of selling gear that doesnt works for me, it's not an easy task here in Israel.
The bogner should be the obvious choice but the complaints from alot of people about it lacking versatility and being one trick pony kinda makes me think that I could regret on that one too.
The diezel is very versatile but I dont know if it will produce what I'm after, I've heard some people claiming the herbert is peter's take on the uber, but I cant know that till I'll try one myself.
If I could try all that gear I would do that, but unfortunately I live in israel and we dont have bogner\diezel dealers here.
Please guys, I need your thoughts and advise.
just get an axe and a solid state power amp and then have all of those sounds and more