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PostPosted: Tue, Nov 13, 2018 7:37am 
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Hey!

Just looking for some opinions and insight in to what you think would be the best option between both the Diezel Vh2 and the Orange Rockerverb. Both are similar price and look appealing to me. Anyone have either that can comment? :)

I love the tone of the Orange in this video

https://youtu.be/FDPEyU40XGA

But i also have always wanted a Diezel vh4 and the vh2 could be a more unique choice.

I mainly play Lead guitar with delay and octave. Here is a link to my band for an idea of style.

https://youtu.be/mB4PEEAwOF4

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PostPosted: Wed, Nov 14, 2018 3:00pm 
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I have a VH2 and love it . I never had an orange rockverb but I can't imaging it would hold a candle to the diezel

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Owned both as well. For me it is Diezel All the way.
Rockerverb is great. Just so mid heavy

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PostPosted: Thu, Nov 15, 2018 4:44am 
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Does the Rockerverb being mid heavy not help cut through the mix?

Also what are best tubes for the Diezel vh2? Does it sound amazing with standard ones?

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Mailman1971 wrote:
Owned both as well. For me it is Diezel All the way.
Rockerverb is great. Just so mid heavy

Yeah I feel like these are not quite an apples to apples comparison. Like not a lot of crossover in tones. My answer, both for different applications. If I had to pick one it'd be the VH2.

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Hey, I know this thread is a bit old. But I own the VH4 and Rockerverb MKIII 100-watt. The Rockerverb is great, no question. But the gain channel is not really in the same genre as the VH4. The VH4 is tighter and more immediate sounding when you play palm-mutes. The Rockerverb is out and out sludge, which is a great thing. It's just too different to really compare to the Diezels imho.

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Amberience wrote:
Hey, I know this thread is a bit old. But I own the VH4 and Rockerverb MKIII 100-watt. The Rockerverb is great, no question. But the gain channel is not really in the same genre as the VH4. The VH4 is tighter and more immediate sounding when you play palm-mutes. The Rockerverb is out and out sludge, which is a great thing. It's just too different to really compare to the Diezels imho.

Hey dude, your band sounds damn good!! Just checked out your site - great sounding tracks!!

Just saying. And ya, there's an unmistakable Diezel thing going on there.

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Dave99uk wrote:
Hey!

Just looking for some opinions and insight in to what you think would be the best option between both the Diezel Vh2 and the Orange Rockerverb. Both are similar price and look appealing to me. Anyone have either that can comment? :)

I love the tone of the Orange in this video

https://youtu.be/FDPEyU40XGA

But i also have always wanted a Diezel vh4 and the vh2 could be a more unique choice.

I mainly play Lead guitar with delay and octave. Here is a link to my band for an idea of style.

https://youtu.be/mB4PEEAwOF4

Thanks!


Like your band, very good stuff.


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Ventura wrote:
Amberience wrote:
Hey, I know this thread is a bit old. But I own the VH4 and Rockerverb MKIII 100-watt. The Rockerverb is great, no question. But the gain channel is not really in the same genre as the VH4. The VH4 is tighter and more immediate sounding when you play palm-mutes. The Rockerverb is out and out sludge, which is a great thing. It's just too different to really compare to the Diezels imho.

Hey dude, your band sounds damn good!! Just checked out your site - great sounding tracks!!

Just saying. And ya, there's an unmistakable Diezel thing going on there.


Thanks mate! We're recording our 4th album now actually. Just did drums last week. Can't wait to get to guitars! :D

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