VH4 clip - full mix

ProgFree

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Testing my VH4 onto the two notes tp live using the mesa stock cab. How does it sound for you guys? Have not used a lot the stock cabs (have been using almost exclusively the redwirez stuff) but am exploring the stock ones now.

 

John4021

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Thick n meaty.
Sounds nice and tight . Well Done.




Also,this video lead me to one you did in 2014. Man that one has the tone and shows the VH4
isnt a one trick high gain pony.
 

ProgFree

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John4021":vofxrl7m said:
Thick n meaty.
Sounds nice and tight . Well Done.




Also,this video lead me to one you did in 2014. Man that one has the tone and shows the VH4
isnt a one trick high gain pony.

Thanks! Glad you're digging it :)
I agree, the VH4 is so much more than only a high gain amp. For me it feels like a modern take (or improvement) on the classic rock sound. It can do everything well done, love that amp.
 

RJF

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No doubt that the VH4, Herbert, Hagen, and even the Dmoll are cadillac amps that are capable of covering practically every genre in one single amp. Nobody does 4 channels and 3 loops better than Diezel, with maybe ENGL right behind them.
 

ProgFree

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Thanks guys!

Yes, the Diezels are among the most versatile out there. Great for every genre, just a matter of using the right cab for the job.

That's nice, I aimed at the tool type of sound :) But with only one mic-cab at the time in the studio it can get tricky though.
 
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