stephen sawall":2ea7sz1w said:I'm doing great. How's life treating you ?
Very nice... congratulations.
Thank you and welcome to you also!Hamer95USA":1bitdyn1 said:Welcome to the forum, Larry!
There are no clips of the DINO 962 yet, nowhere.Hamer95USA":1bitdyn1 said:I love the sounds that I heard in the clips of the Dino 962 amp head.
No I don't plan to have a distributor in the USA anywhen in future, because my annual output of amps is much too low.Hamer95USA":1bitdyn1 said:Unfortunately, I've never seen, heard, or played through a Larry Dino 962 amp head in the U.S. The sounds are good to me and the build quality is excellent. Do you plan on having a U.S. distributor in the western United States?
thegame":3gptqrus said:My own custom 150w Larry right here:
Its called the ARES 3-C. In essence its a Dino. 3 independent channels with an additional 'mode' on the clean channel gives this 4 distinct tones overall.
1) California Clean (CC)
2) SRV (shared controls with the clean channel)
3) British Hotrod (BHR)
4) Scream + (SCR plus) - basically a slightly revoiced Scream channel with some BHR like upper mid grind dialed in and tighter lows compared to the creamier, more liquid stock Scream voice.
And lots of tubes
Seven preamp tubes like every DINO, no matter whether 939 or 962thegame":2pykti05 said:And lots of tubes
No but maybe I should. Which OT is that Gary? That amp is sick Any clips yet?SBlue":3qv4rcea said:Anyone else here with a Larry amp?
exo-metal":3l6dfn04 said:No but maybe I should. Which OT is that Gary? That amp is sick Any clips yet?SBlue":3l6dfn04 said:Anyone else here with a Larry amp?