Australia's Mixdown magazine has reviewed the Frank Gambale combo in its July issue. Here are some excerpts:"The clean channel is a marvel."
"Jazz players will be quite happy to use this channel and never even touch the overdrive."
" It’s unfailingly musical."
"You simply can’t make it (the clean channel) sound bad."
"It’s hard to get a bad sound out of this (overdrive) channel, and the entire range of the Gain control is usable."
"There are some beautiful touch-sensitive lead sounds available."
"If you’re ... an instrumental rock, jazz or fusion player ... it’s brilliant."
"It could even have a chance of taking over from the venerable Roland JC-120 as the ‘heavy metal clean tone’ go-to amp."
This is an interview with Kiko Loureiro about his career, his relationship with DV Mark and his use of the Multiamp.
DV Mark top-artist Eric Gales interviewed by Musicoff.
On this video DV Mark top artist and guitar hero Michael Angelo Batio plays live in studio his song 8 Pillars of Steel. He's using a DV Little 250 M head getting his signature shred metal tone out of it!
On this video DV Mark top-artist Frank Gambale talks about his tone needs and how he gets the sounds he wants on his DV Mark FGC 121 amazing combo amp. Having used many different amps during his 50 years long guitar playing, he knows how the amp has to react to properly please him!
Greg Howe visiting DV Mark headquarter, where he plays a little bit through his DV Little GH 250 signature head and he talks about his career in music.
On this video DV Mark artist Ciro Manna plays the song Rain Fall from his solo album Feel'n'Groove. Ciro used the DV Micro 50 head into a DV Neoclassic 412 cabinet, connecting his pedal setup on the front end of the head amp.
DV Mark artist Rob Balducci using the DV Micro 50 to play his a classic song Of The Earth... killer tone!! Beautiful Tone inspires....
Jazz great Rotem Sivan playing his DV Jazz 212 combo.