what's the difference between this and the UL? If that thing sounds at all like the UL then it's awesome. I love my UL.
I've played a Deliverance 60, and that's it. Very dry, grainy, and punchy, but cuts like a knife. None of those 'warm' frequencies that are so beloved by rock/fusion players, but because of that I bet it'd kill for live metal tones.You know, I have absolutely no idea what these amps sound like. Any recordings that are a good example of the "VHT sound"? Barring that, I'll have to find another excuse to take another business trip to Pittsburgh. :lol:
:wub:Ben, you hit on my general problem with VHT/Fryette. They just don't seem all that natural to me in their response, although I do dig the dark/crisp midrange character. Engl has the same compression problem, except I don't even like the sound of Engls.
i think it's just more and more guitar players in general with poor technique blaming equipment for their own shortcomings.I find it funny that people now describe Mesa as "loose", when Rectos were considered the tightest amps on the market in the 90s.