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  • Have a Fryette Ultra-Lead, want something new - please advise

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  • #2
    I'll do a straight trade, your UL for my 5150 *eyebrows*


    But seriously whats your price range? I'd suggest checking out a Mark V
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    Originally Posted by MarkBastable


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    • #3
      Whoa, whoa, whoa, is this some kind of troll thread? I don't have much experience with a lot of amps, but I do own a UL and any more gain in an amp would be worthless overkill. Maybe yours is broken? Maybe I've been trolled? Also, the the crunch channel on the UL is super touch sensitive. Yup, I've been trolled here.
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      • #4
        JCM800 and a good OD pedal.



        That's basically my stock answer these days.
        Classic for a reason.

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        • #5
          Not sure if a given price range would help because amp prices differ quite a lot between the U.S. and Europe. I
          "Now let´s play this starting with an upstroke" - John Petrucci

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          • #6
            What about a mark series amp? Seems like that would be a great option. Also, I recommend this to every one...but mako mak4 has all that stuff that youre looking for, easy. But then youre getting into a rack setup, and Im not sure if thats a direction you wanna go. The nice thing, though, is that I have identical tone at whisper volume as I do at practice and stage volume.
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              Originally Posted by thegumbootman


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              I ended up accidentally saying it to my girlfriend at the time. I said "Someone told me that Ben got with a really fat girl and he titty-****************ed her"

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              • #8
                Throw a OD pedal in front of it and call it a day. I run an OCD in front of my CLX and it helps a lot.
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                Originally Posted by nedezero


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                • #9
                  What about a mark series amp? Seems like that would be a great option.


                  This. Really good cleans, and the very definition of liquidy lead. Also can get an alternate killer crunch to your Fryette, maybe good for layering in the studio. And, if you stick to IIBs or IIIs, easily available for $700.

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                  • #10
                    This. Really good cleans, and the very definition of liquidy lead. Also can get an alternate killer crunch to your Fryette, maybe good for layering in the studio. And, if you stick to IIBs or IIIs, easily available for $700.

                    Don
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                    • #11
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                      • #12
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                        Diezel VH4
                        Diezel Herbert


                        All good suggestions I think - the only one I have experience with is the H&K - which rules.

                        It is VERY loud though.

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                        • #13
                          I'll do a straight trade, your UL for my 5150 *eyebrows*


                          But seriously whats your price range? I'd suggest checking out a Mark V


                          For serious, if you want to go from dry to saturated and thick, a 6505(+) wouldn't be that bad a suggestion? With ****************loads of money to spare! Not the amp I think of when the words "open" and "touch response" are mentioned, but I've never tried to use one that way so who knows.

                          I'd skip the Diezel VH4, it's a very stiff amp too (though it can get very saturated on CH4).
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                            • #15
                              It sounds like you might not be getting enough compression to suit you. Before you go and sell your amp, try using a boost in front of it and see if that doesn't help get the sounds you're after.

                              Good luck.
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