Multiamp depth review "Inside & Out" by Tony Mckenzie.
Tony Mckenzie has reviewed the DV Mark Multiamp, it is an amazing depth review "Inside & Out" the product.
Here are some excerpts:
"From the anodized top, the knobs, the (what appears to be) enameled front, the I/O etc. you could just feel the difference between this unit and some costing twice the price."
"The main board, like everything else inside the Multiamp is first class quality."
"The idea of having a number of distinct channels (like on a real tube amp) is very strange for this type of kit, but in reality that's one of the Multiamp's greatest features; basically a clean, crunch and lead channel right there on the front panel."
"I was impressed with the sounds of the Multiamp right off the bat; Roberto Di Virgilio took me through some of them right on the stand at the Music Messe in Frankfurt; and he knows a thing or two about how to use this amp. Actually, it's so simple most guitarists would pick it up in no time at all."
"And later at the show, I watched Andy James playing around with the Multiamp and he was really making it rock. I asked Andy what he thought about the Multiamp and his answer was simple - it's awesome!"
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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!
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.