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    DvMark Multiamp



    Dvmark - Multiamp

    This rack-mountable preamp/effects processor/power amp is the perfect all-in-one solution for today's modern guitarists. The MULTIAMP offers an amazingly wide range of tones with faithful reproduction of every sound characteristic, plus the nuance and feel of real amps, cabs, and effects. It is an invaluable tool for both live and studio work.
    Specs:

    Input: 1 jack mono
    Outputs: 2 jack mono (left/mono,right) / 2 XLR male (left/mono,right)
    Channels: three (clean, crunch, lead)
    Controls: gain - presence - level - master
    EQ Controls: bass - mid - high
    Power Amp (solid state): 150+150W@8ohm / 250W+250W@4ohm / 500W@8ohm (in bridge mode)
    MIDI connections: in - through
    Other features:
    virtual amps
    speaker cabs and microphones
    effects
    external memory (SD card)
    Dimensions: 2U standard rack - depth 12.76”/324 mm
    Weight: 9.48 lbs / 4.3 kg
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf1jIDC-pKE

    Not quite in the Fractal/Kemper ballpark, but someone (accurately, imo) described it as a Pod with a power amp.

    $1400 USD:

    DV Mark Multiamp 3-Channel Preamp/Effects Processor/Power Amp | Musician's Friend


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    Interesting. For that price, though, POD plus a nice lightweight power amp like a Carvin DCM or Peavey IPR is cheaper and more powerful.
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    Interesting. For that price, though, POD plus a nice lightweight power amp like a Carvin DCM or Peavey IPR is cheaper and more powerful.
    Yep. It's priced in 11R territory and nowhere near as good as the 11R. And it's fuckin' ugly.

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    ^Ugly? Looks are the #1 thing going for it. It looks very 2001: A Space Odyssey.



    ^Ugly? Looks are the #1 thing going for it. It looks very 2001: A Space Odyssey.


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    ^ Doublepost thing just made your post twice as awesome.

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    real pricy, highly doubtful I'd dig the power amp over taking it direct or using a pod's pres with a nice poweramp. Even still at that price you could get a used triaxis and a nice poweramp which would be very versatile and sound much much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris
    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
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    Interesting. For that price, though, POD plus a nice lightweight power amp like a Carvin DCM or Peavey IPR is cheaper and more powerful.
    Yep. It's priced in 11R territory and nowhere near as good as the 11R. And it's fuckin' ugly.
    Agreed. Mark has always had weird taste in colors. From the Tonka truck bass amps to beige and red guitar preamps.

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    Yeah, that's the price of a POD HD Pro and a GT800FX, isn't it?
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