The Triple 6 has been reviewed in the June 2012 Guitar World, receiving the magazine's coveted Platinum Award!
Guitar World magazine has given the Triple 6 it's top editorial award, the Platinum Award.
Here are some quotes from the glowing review, featured in the June 2012 issue:
"The DV Mark Triple 6 delivers a triple threat of awesome high-gain tones, pro features and lightweight, compact construction."
"The DV Mark line of guitar amplifier heads and combos shares the same attention to detail and focus on features that musicians really want and need, such as compact portable configurations, bulletproof construction and affordable prices."
"Most new amp heads seem to be getting bigger and heavier, but the Triple 6 is refreshingly light (22 pounds) and compact, with a chassis that’s 60 percent smaller than most of today’s average amp heads."
"The clean tones are warm and bluesy, while the distortion tones are de rigueur for today’s metal styles, with complex harmonics that sound like multiple layers of guitars imbued with articulated attack, impressive bass punch and crisp treble. Instead of slapping a cheap spring reverb tank and a midrange sweep control that produces every sound but the one you want, the Triple 6 keeps things straightforward and simple with a priority on great tone. Channel 1 offers impressive clean headroom that produces just a hint of overdrive breakup with
the gain control fully maxed. Channel 2 goes straight into high-gain metal territory right off the bat."
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.