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I had sent in my Sig X to Fryette to get the latest official updates ….. it also got fresh power tubes (Sovtek KT88) , bias and V1 (Tung Sol) was replaced and the face plate was replaced with the Fryette logo. I got it back a few weeks ago. There was sound changes …. all for the better if you ask me.

How much is from the updates and how much from the new tubes ….. who knows ?

It seems the 3 way voice switches are more distinct sounding. It also seems the tone controls have a better range. I have run it thru a lot of sound shapes and gain ranges and so far I like everything. All three channels well do clean and crunch. The rhythm and lead channels well go into high gain.

I did notice the harmonics changed and it is warmer now. Still has the great dynamics and I think the feel is better.

Funk / country / rock / etc. sounds amazing with this amp.

This amp is kind of the best of both worlds. The options and control of a channel switcher .... yet the way it response to my guitar volume control, harmonics and the dynamics of a single channel amp. The bass still seems very focused. The balance of frequencies is working as I tune it in. I wish all amps had this kind of definition.

The amp responds very well to the guitar volume and different pickup selections. You can always tell what guitar is plugged in. It does not hide the sound of the guitar …. it enhances it.

All the switches are very useful to control the sound. You can really control the sound and feel. You can check out the manual and controls on the Fryette web site. Once you learn how the controls work and interact you well understand what useful tools these are.

The cleans seem bigger and more full. It has some of the best clean sounds of any amp. Strumming and appegioes all there.

The clean channel turned up to overdrive and everything else was more than I wanted. There are some great crunch sounds in the clean channel. The fullness and sounds of the amp was just great. I felt in complete control of the sound. I use the clean channel more like a non master volume amp most of the time. Using the guitar volume and pickup selector to get a wide range of tones.


The vintage less gain English style crunch sounds from the rhythm channel are just amazing as are the modern heavy sounds from this channel and everything between.

The lead channel also does a lot of voices well. I have never felt like I need a pedal with this channel. It well do a wide variety of lead sounds. This channel can also get some very thick rhythm sounds.

I did a side by side with a several other modern amps in a wide range of tones and gain ranges. All the amps have their own taste .... and liked it better than any of them for the big modern sounds and everything else as far as that goes. It has way better dynamics and better tone control than any of these amps for my taste.

The way I could control the thickness of the bottom and blend in the the midrange was very impressive. Heading into heavy sounds on a lot of amps they do not cut well in the upper midrange and have poor dynamics. Dynamics are key in my playing. Between the heavy sounds on the rhythm and lead channels I found some of the best sounds I have found from any amp for these sounds for my taste. The tone, definition, articulation, control, dynamics and feel are all there.

 Every channel has so much usable range. This amp does it all .... clean / edge of break up / crunch / heavy / leads / vintage and modern flavors.

Well blending preamp and power amp distortion the control of the sound was the best I have seen.

I do not know if this amp would work for everyone as well as it does for me? But this works for me.

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Cool review mate. :thumbsup:
Two amps that really interest me are the Deliverance and the Sig X.
I'd love to take them for a test drive but I can't find either out this way.

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Thanx ..... I like all the Fryette amps. The Sig X is my favorite. After that it is a either the Deliverance or UL.

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Ijust got a deliverance 120 in the mail this morning, cant wait to fire her up and see what she does, my first foray into VHT but i am exited.

anything I should know about the deliverance?

Something tells me she will pair well with my Einstein.

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Nothing but they kick ass ....

Congratulations ..... :thumbsup:

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stephen sawall wrote:
Nothing but they kick ass ....

Congratulations ..... :thumbsup:



Sweet, thanks man!

I cant find any review that are bad but many people seem to let the deliverance go after a while.

Im wondering if its the lack of FX loop and foot switchable options?

Either way Im sure ill be into it.

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Ijust got a deliverance 120 in the mail this morning, cant wait to fire her up and see what she does, my first foray into VHT but i am exited.

anything I should know about the deliverance?



What type of music do you play? I could recommend some settings. The Deliverance 60 is my favorite amp, hands down.

It absolutely loves Eminence speakers, particularly the VHT/Eminence P50E's that come stock in the VHT cabs and Eminence Legend V12's. I also think it sounds pretty good with Celestion V30's - it definitely records well with them.

FWIW I had a tech install a simple unbuffered FX loop in mine - works very well with my Eventide Timefactor :inlove:

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Ijust got a deliverance 120 in the mail this morning, cant wait to fire her up and see what she does, my first foray into VHT but i am exited.

anything I should know about the deliverance?



What type of music do you play? I could recommend some settings. The Deliverance 60 is my favorite amp, hands down.

It absolutely loves Eminence speakers, particularly the VHT/Eminence P50E's that come stock in the VHT cabs and Eminence Legend V12's. I also think it sounds pretty good with Celestion V30's - it definitely records well with them.

FWIW I had a tech install a simple unbuffered FX loop in mine - works very well with my Eventide Timefactor :inlove:



Metal/hardcore/rock think: KSE, Soilwork, AILD, GodForbid, The Haunted.




how different is the more less gain switch?

where would you classify each gain level?

any poweramp distortion available from the KT88 120 watts?

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Metal/hardcore/rock think: KSE, Soilwork, AILD, GodForbid, The Haunted.


how different is the more less gain switch?

where would you classify each gain level?

any poweramp distortion available from the KT88 120 watts?


Sweet man, Soilwork is one of my favorite bands and a big influence on me actually.

The more/less gain switch makes a huge difference. I flip-flopped back and forth for a while but I actually prefer to leave it in less mode and boost the input with my Keeley SD-1 for super brutal tones - I find it to be slightly less prone to feedback that way.

My 60 watter has little to no poweramp distortion....or at least if it does you have to get up to mind-numbingly loud volumes to achieve it. I would imagine the 120 watter has even more headroom (i've never played one).

I've recorded a few different clips with various speakers/gain levels/boosts. I'll post em up if you are interested in checking them out.

I've owned the amp for about 1 year now by the way. It's been gigged many times without a hitch and I still get a shit eatin' grin every time I plug in and turn it on :D

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Metal/hardcore/rock think: KSE, Soilwork, AILD, GodForbid, The Haunted.


how different is the more less gain switch?

where would you classify each gain level?

any poweramp distortion available from the KT88 120 watts?


Sweet man, Soilwork is one of my favorite bands and a big influence on me actually.

The more/less gain switch makes a huge difference. I flip-flopped back and forth for a while but I actually prefer to leave it in less mode and boost the input with my Keeley SD-1 for super brutal tones - I find it to be slightly less prone to feedback that way.

My 60 watter has little to no poweramp distortion....or at least if it does you have to get up to mind-numbingly loud volumes to achieve it. I would imagine the 120 watter has even more headroom (i've never played one).

I've recorded a few different clips with various speakers/gain levels/boosts. I'll post em up if you are interested in checking them out.

I've owned the amp for about 1 year now by the way. It's been gigged many times without a hitch and I still get a shit eatin' grin every time I plug in and turn it on :D


Cool man i think Im gonna dig it! :rock:

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Sweet, thanks man!

I cant find any review that are bad but many people seem to let the deliverance go after a while.

Im wondering if its the lack of FX loop and foot switchable options?

Either way Im sure ill be into it.
Personally I think the Deliverance sounds great, but to many, the lack of features puts them off from holding onto it. And that applies to other amps of similar style like the Soldano Avenger.

To me, though, as long as the amp has dynamics, as mentioned in the review, then it's simply a matter of changing how you're playing.

For instance, if you want a prestine, almost country-ish tone, wack the preamp gain back, turn up the master volume, replace the speakers with greenbacks, equip a set of single coil EMG's and start fingerpicking. It's far from a Fender Twin, but it'll do the job for those who are just experimenting as a hobby.

If you then want a stoner metal type sound, remove some of the mids and treble, crank the depth and bass and keep the gain at about 1 o'clock. Then add a fuzz pedal with a tiny bit of grit applied, such as a MJM London Fuzz. If it's too fuzzy, roll back the volume on your guitar. Right there is an awesome High on Fire tone, without having to buy an SLO.

Great review, TS. Got me GAS'in for this puppy. Hard to find, though, to try out.

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I love the deliverance that I had and the UL I've got now. I still need to try out the sig:x. Fryette's are definitely in my top 3 for manufacturers right now.


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I feel the Sig X sounds more like the Deliverance ..... but each of them have there own sound.

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The only thing I don't like about my D120 if no effects loop / no clean channel. Otherwise it's a spectacular amp.

I'm getting ready to unload mine (hopefully today). Early part of next year I hope to get a UL.

Right now my Nitro is doing the trick... loves me Splawn. :rock:

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Never even had the opp to see a Sig X. Maybe eventually someone will trade one in at one of the two GC stores here.

How dose it compare to a Schmidt?

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Never even had the opp to see a Sig X. Maybe eventually someone will trade one in at one of the two GC stores here.

How dose it compare to a Schmidt?


I have never played a Schmidt .... but have played on a VH4, Herbert and had my Sig X side by side with a Einstein a few times.

Other than they both do high gain I see them as pretty different.....

Both are very well made and use all quality parts.

Both have great definition and articulation.

Diezel amps are very compressed, the Sig X is the most dynamic high gain amp I know.

Diezel do not cut in the upper midrange in a mix. The Sig X can if you want.

The Sig X is very versatile and every channel does very well from clean on up. The Diezel's have a pretty narrow use for every channel and stay pretty close to one voicing. Not to say the Diezel's can't do a number of voices, it is just the Sig X can do a lot more.

The Diezel's are very much about preamp distortion. Where the Sig X does preamp and power amp distortion equally as well.

The Diezel's have a pretty unique voice that does not really sound like any other amps. I can hear a lot of Marshall and even more Hiwatt in the Sig X when set up that way, having said that the Fryette amps do have there own voice.

I am a big fan of the WHO, I can get very close to the Live at Leeds sound and the ball park of other classic amp sounds. The Diezel's sound like Diezel's.

It's kind of like comparing a specialty knife with a Swiss army knife. If you want that particular knife for a particular job that is what you would want. But if you wanted a knife that could do a lot of jobs you would pick the other.
Kind of like a roofer and a painter use different tools .... but both use some of the same tools. What tools you would use would depend on the job.

All amps I know of that can do a lot of voices have compromises. The Sig X does not. Steve Fryette spent over 10 years designing the Sig X and making it versatile without compromises was very much part of the plan.

Apples and Oranges .... just like every other amp both have lovers and haters. No amp is for everyone.

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I have never played a Schmidt .... but have played on a VH4, Herbert and had my Sig X side by side with a Einstein a few times.

Other than they both do high gain I see them as pretty different.....

Both are very well made and use all quality parts.

Both have great definition and articulation.

Diezel amps are very compressed, the Sig X is the most dynamic high gain amp I know.

Diezel do not cut in the upper midrange in a mix. The Sig X can if you want.

The Sig X is very versatile and every channel does very well from clean on up. The Diezel's have a pretty narrow use for every channel and stay pretty close to one voicing. Not to say the Diezel's can't do a number of voices, it is just the Sig X can do a lot more.

The Diezel's are very much about preamp distortion. Where the Sig X does preamp and power amp distortion equally as well.

The Diezel's have a pretty unique voice that does not really sound like any other amps. I can hear a lot of Marshall and even more Hiwatt in the Sig X when set up that way, having said that the Fryette amps do have there own voice.

I am a big fan of the WHO, I can get very close to the Live at Leeds sound and the ball park of other classic amp sounds. The Diezel's sound like Diezel's.

It's kind of like comparing a specialty knife with a Swiss army knife. If you want that particular knife for a particular job that is what you would want. But if you wanted a knife that could do a lot of jobs you would pick the other.
Kind of like a roofer and a painter use different tools .... but both use some of the same tools. What tools you would use would depend on the job.

All amps I know of that can do a lot of voices have compromises. The Sig X does not. Steve Fryette spent over 10 years designing the Sig X and making it versatile without compromises was very much part of the plan.

Apples and Oranges .... just like every other amp both have lovers and haters. No amp is for everyone.


Understood. Having hit a few Diezels, unfortunately not a Schmidt, I can say they are most excellent at the high gain metal game. I have never seen anything like the way Peter replies back to his 'people', they are not just customers. Amazing customer service on display daily.

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Understood. Having hit a few Diezels, unfortunately not a Schmidt, I can say they are most excellent at the high gain metal game. I have never seen anything like the way Peter replies back to his 'people', they are not just customers. Amazing customer service on display daily.


They are great for metal, I very much respect Peter and his work.

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I change my setting depending on my needs at the time.... these are ones I have been using lately. I turn the boost on & off with all of them on the foot-switch...
O'clock....

Clean Channel:
Bloom
Norm
100W
Open
Volume - 10:00
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 10:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00
Depth - 2:00

Clean Channel:
Brite
Boost
40W
Fat
Volume - 11:00 ~ 2:00
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 10:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00
Depth - 2:00

Rhythm Channel:
Vintage
Gain I - 2:00
Gain II - 2:00
Boost On
Less Mode
40W
Master - 9:00 ~ 10:00
Scoop
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 2:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00 ~ 4:00
Depth - 3:00

Rhythm Channel:
Live
Gain I - 2:00
Gain II - 2:00
Boost On
More Mode
100W
Master - 9:00 ~ 10:00
Wood
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 10:00 ~ 12:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00 ~ 4:00
Depth - 3:00

Rhythm Channel:
Live
Gain I - 3:00
Gain II - 5:00
Boost On
More Mode
100W
Master - 9:00 ~ 10:00
Wood
Treb - 3:00
Mid - 9:00
Bass - 3:00
Pres - 2:00 ~ 4:00
Depth - 2:00

Lead Channel:
Brit
Gain I - 3:00
Gain II - NA
Boost Off
More Mode
40W ~ 100W
Master - 9:00 ~10:00
Wood
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 10:00 ~ 12:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00 ~ 4:00
Depth - 3:00

Lead Channel:
Blow
Gain I - 3:00
Gain II - 3:00
Boost On
More Mode
40W ~ 100W
Master - 9:00 ~10:00
Wood
Treb - 2:00
Mid - 10:00 ~ 12:00
Bass - 2:00
Pres - 2:00 ~ 4:00
Depth - 3:00

This was using my Gibson LPDC with JB in bridge(works fine with others). I use the neck pickup with the first setting usually. I also use my pickup selector and volume on my guitar often. The cab is a 80's Mars 4x12 with Greenbacks on top & V30 on bottom.

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Since nobody here mentioned this i figure id chime in.. This amp loves the fryette P50's in particular a fatbottom cab if possible, I also tried it with a Mesa OS cab and Engl pro 2x12 with V30s.
At the time i owned this amp i also had a MarkV and an Engl Invader. I classified them this way: Sig was like an Old HOTROD Camaro- cool well built, solid does what it does best in a straight line. MarkV- was a bit more like a Dodge Viper, high tech power hungry, american made with nice creature comforts, The Engl.. Like a nice Porsche, shiny and smooth with options up the A++.
Ultimately, unable to decide I let the market dictate which I'd keep.. MarkV sold first, then the Engl (probably due to the price tag)was next and when I was left with the Sig, I accepted it as my own. Paired with its Fatbottom, A nice rig in its own right.
There was one problem.. the clean channel. It does NOT match output with either of the other two channels. If you try, you get the gain introduction and then it is no longer the clean channel. I researched this and what I found was that others also had an issue with this. Fryette said the circuit was designed that way, because guitar players dont use their volume knob anymore// Steve was making us play the way he wanted to.. roll the knob down he says.. ok but what about when i go right back to my rhythm metal tone? Its the same problem, now im quickly rolling the volume back up, so my output is right for the other channel.. In the end you had to play the amp at such a low level to get unity gain on all channels, that you ended up missing out on the power section that made the lead channels so good.. Frustrating. I suppose that if you primarily play one channel its fine. On a side note i also read that some had resorted to tuning the gain all the way down on channel 2 and basically trying to flip 1&2 in order to have a matching signal level with channel three lead.. But, thats not what I wanted my signature amp to do, so i moved on. Great build quality, slow email response.. tough to get on the phone for sure..(i needed handle) But a unique voice for sure..


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If you set the switches on the clean channel to "100 watt" and "Open" you can get a fair amount of headroom..... But still going to break up as you turn it up at some point. I can get it to balance with the other two channels when set this way with my rig. But it does not work for everyones taste in how they set up the other channels. It has never been a problem for me..... But have read of others having that problem.

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Absolutely love Fryette. Used my Pitbull CL 100 for a bunch of gigs but when I moved on to the Sig X the band dissolved, great amp/


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Excuse the lack of knowledge - Is the Sig X meant to be their amp that does it all? By the looks the Deliverance and Pittbulls are a bit more area focused, where the Sig X seems to be able to do anything and everything. Always bee keen on the VHT/Fryettes, and hear great things about the Pittbull UL's.

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All the Fryette amps can be used for any style of music... They all have a very wide range of sounds. The Sig X gives more control over the sound than most amps.

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Ok haha. Damn i'd love to play one of these things.

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Thanks man, that's really kind of you, i appreciate it. Unfortunately i'm in Western Australia haha.

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:) I make the same offer to everyone. I know how difficult it can be to find gear sometimes.

I have had this amp since the spring of 2008. I like it now better than when I wrote the review. Even with all the controls it is easy to control once you learn how the controls interact. I can get it to get very close to the sound of many amps.... When doing a direct A/B in the room...... And like the name says I can get the amp to get my own sound. I use a pretty wide variety of sounds and this allows me to get what I need with a single amp. No amp is for everyone..... But this one works great for me.

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:) I make the same offer to everyone. I know how difficult it can be to find gear sometimes.

I have had this amp since the spring of 2008. I like it now better than when I wrote the review. Even with all the controls it is easy to control once you learn how the controls interact. I can get it to get very close to the sound of many amps.... When doing a direct A/B in the room...... And like the name says I can get the amp to get my own sound. I use a pretty wide variety of sounds and this allows me to get what I need with a single amp. No amp is for everyone..... But this one works great for me.


Found one for sale mate haha, days after i impulse bought myself an ENGL Savage. Guy wants to swap my 60w fireball and 1500 AUD for it... Seriously considering it haha.

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I would go try it if you can before you buy it..... We all have different taste in gear. Same as anything else in life.

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Have arranged to try it out over the next few days :)

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Love it or hate it..... Feel free to post your opinion here.

I see you are into metal, I recommend using these setting on the Lead and Rhythm channels. Adjust the Presence and Depth first..... Then adjust the midrange. I like these with the Live, Burn and Brit, Blow on the voicing switches. These are both sounds I use for playing rhythm.
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This is just a starting point to get you in that range. Your guitar and cab is going to have a strong effect on the sound..... So you might need to change them a lot. But this is where I start for heavy stuff....... For playing leads I tend to turn the midrange from noon to full range. Just a suggestion....

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By those settings it seems as though because it's quite a raw, aggressive tone that you need the bass/lows/depth/saturation a little higher to compensate and give the tone a bit more shape. I have heard a few things that sounded nice and aggressive, but also really thin. So i imagine that's to do with that. The guy is coming to my house so i will be able to put it through my own cab which will help.

I normally throw everything to about 12 o'clock and wangle my way around from there, but i'll give that a crack :)

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Noon is always a good place to start with this amp.....These setting have worked good for me with several guitars and cabs. The amp works good with a boost....But I usually do not use one. All the knobs work throughout the entire range..... Unlike a lot of amps where there is sweet spots..... So anything goes. The Sig X tends to stay articulate and defined with a lot of dynamics no mater how you set it.

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That's good, i find most other amps start at the opposite end. As in, too much low end and saturation and you are trying to tighten up the tone and struggling. I'd prefer to start the other way, with everything (even overly) articulate and sharp and trying to add a little depth into it. I've got a Maxon od808x which i find has a nice boost, especially in the mid range.

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GainI and the three way Voicing switch next to it have a strong effect on the tone. GainII has no effec on tone. Just be aware of that as you are setting it up. You will get a general idea of the overall sound of the amp and know if it fits you or not trying it out. It takes some time to learn how everything interacts.

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Yeah, i think even when you first plug into something and start, with the first few little bits of tinkering you do, you get a fast idea if it's gonna be what you are after. I'll keep you updated and let you know how i go :) I'm sure i'll love it... My pockets are hoping i dont though ahah. I'm expecting my Savage to arrive today or tomorrow.

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The SigX can do metal better then the CL or the UL?


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No.... Different. The Sig X is pretty different from the Pittbuls. More like the Deliverance. A more vintage saturated voice. A lot of people that play primarily metal prefer the Pittbull.

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I have gotten the UL I'm fucking blown away... sick shit amp. no joke. clarity to die for extremely tight focus and punches like a mother da fucker.luv it. I'm getting the CL and the deliverance. what's the difference between them?


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The CL is going to be more raw and the feel is more forgiving. The Deliverance is a more vintage voice than the UL. Much more raw and forgiving feel.

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Cool. I got the Deliverance my next will be the CL and I'm done. the VHTS are very different fro the Uberschall's and Diezels


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How does Fryette compare to Mesa Mark series amps ( C+, mkIII or mkIV ) in terms of sound?

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I have a Mark IV here and have owned II and III.

It can get similar amounts of gain and saturation with the lead channels. The Mesa might be more saturated. The Mesa amps are more compressed and have a midrange heavy sound (without the GEQ).
The Lead channel of the Sig X can get similar sounds. Each has it's own individual flavor. The Sig X is going to be more dynamic, articulate, better definition of notes in chords. The Mesa is going to be easier to play and has that unique midrange heavy Mark flavor. The Fryette has a more balanced EQ.

Both amps are capable of a wide variety of sounds.
The entire range of the Fryette tone knobs are usable. As you know the bass knob on the Mark you only use a limited range.
The Mesa amps have more bass available. Very much so with the GEQ.
I much prefer the Rhythm channel of the Sig X over the Rhythm channel of the IV and III. It is the channel I use the most on the Sig X. It does great at getting vintage English crunch sounds.
The clean channels are very different.... The Sig X Clean channel is much more like a vintage NMV amp.

In general the Mesa is more like a Fender and the Fryette is more like a Hiwatt. I sometimes describe the Fryette amps as a combination of Mesa Mark and Hiwatt.

If you have a more direct question about details or just other questions I am very fimilar with both amps. I've had the Sig X since it came out in 2008. I've always had a Mesa Mark since 1982.

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No.... Different. The Sig X is pretty different from the Pittbuls. More like the Deliverance. A more vintage saturated voice. A lot of people that play primarily metal prefer the Pittbull.



I can't wait to get my hands on a VHT/Fryette amp. Can't frigging wait!

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