Tuesday, December 18, 2012

DV Mark Amplifiers - Awesome amps from Italy!

DV Mark amplification hail from Italy! These amps are compact and light weight. They still have the ability to cut through and over a heavy handed drummer. Well engineered products that are known for their durability. A very cool thing is the amps are self biasing. You can install a multitude of tube combinations for tonal experimentation or necessity! Some of their amps feature continuous global power control which allows you to dial in the exact amount of power vs over drive or head room needed - on the fly! Their typical combo weighs in at approximately 45 lbs. which is a significant reduction compared to a Fender Twin Reverb. Part of the way the achieve the weight reduction is by utilizing the neodymium speaker magnets.

The DV Mark company has a nice variety of amplification products. Take some time and review some of their product! Guitar Center is just one of the representatives selling this product in the United States.

DV Mark Home page link!



Paul Riario at Guitar World reviews the entire line!


The Frank Gambale 1x 12" combo



Compressed awesome legato lines via Vlatko Stefanovski and his DV Mark amps


Nat Janof plays the DV 40 2x12" - Really nice clean tones - reminiscent of Fender Twin tone without the bulk.


Simone Gianlorenzi demonstrates the DV Mark triple Six - A very nice amp that makes your decision that much more difficult when you have so many choices in the DV Mark line!


Great clean tones with loads of head room. DV40 with 2-12" speakers. Alessio Menconi


DV Mark Combo head! 


************** But wait! There is more!!! In addition to amplification, DV Mark also selling effects! Yesss, they have a Fuzz pedal that is pretty fuzzy! A boost pedal with controllable EQ - DV-7!

This Italian manufacturer is serious about tone! Maybe that is important to you or maybe not!


5 comments:

Elizabeth J. Neal said...

A very cool thing is the amps are self biasing. You can install a multitude of tube combinations for tonal experimentation or necessity! Satılık Elektronik

Anonymous said...

I recently purchased the Little 40 ii head. I've sent a few emails now looking for some support. Nothing back...That's pretty frustrating. The amp does sound great, but the manual is weak and would love some support. Hopefully they improve their customer support...Then this would be a no brainer. Well built amp. Sounds incredible. But want to make sure I can swap 6L6 tubes in the latest model (Little 40 ii) as well. Trying to figure out how to open the chassis. Not very easy!

Javier Ortega said...

Hi!
I have the same problem! did you find out how to open the chassis??
Please let me know.
Javier

Javier Ortega said...

Hi!
I have the same problem!! did you find out how to open the chassis??. Please let me know.
Kind Regards
Javier

Scott said...

Javier, I do not have the amp in my possession and therefore I cannot provide a step by step procedure at this time.
Opening shouldn't be too difficult (no insult intended). Most manual do not include repair information due to dangerous conditions an amplifier presents. Most tube amplifiers hold a fatal charge for many days and must be properly discharged. Nevertheless, selling features for most tube amplifiers are the ability to swap tubes effectively. This manufacturer seems to fall short with customer service and documentation. S/

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