●Vintage/Retro Tube Amp Sound from Dynamic Clean to Mid Overdrive.
●Built-in Cabinets Simulation for directly connecting to PA, Mixer or Audio Interface.
●True Bypass Footswitch keeps a clean Signal Path.
●Working with 9V Center Negative Regular Pedal Power Supply(not included).
Specifications: Power: DC 9v center negative(not included) Current consumption: 200mA Dimensions: 93.5mm(D)×42mm(W)×52mm(H) Weight: 150g
Description: The amp models in FRITZ are as follows: 1. Tweed Grande Based on an American-style, vintage-voicing amplifier with a tweed covering and a 4x10 cabinet, which is originally introduced to the world as a bass amplifier. 2. Tweed Luxe Based on an American-style, vintage-sounding amplifier with a rich, juicy, and luscious overdrive tone coming from a 12 inch alnico speaker, which is employed by millions of artists and producers. 3. Plexi 101 Based on a British-style, retro-sounding amplifier, with an organic and creamy crunch tone, paired with a 4x12 cabinet, which basically inspired the burst of rock n’ roll music. 4. The 800 Based on a British-style, crunchy lead amplifier, with a relatively aggressive & saturated lead tone coming out of a 4x12 cab, which dominated the entire rock n’ roll sound of 80’s. 5. Brit Breakers Based on a British-style, vintage-sounding blues rock amplifier combo, with a warm, fat, and dynamic tonal characteristic, which is heavily relied on the nature of a duo of 12-inch alnico speakers.
FRITZ also comes with a built-in cab simulation, which pairs each pre-amp model with the "historically" matchin' cab, making it the perfect solution for a gig where there is only PA system, no guitar amps. But still, we recommend you to plug FRITZ into the power amp section. The tubes are really gonna bring the most out of this digital modeling technology. Say there is only Marshall, but you feel like something Fender-sounding, FRITZ is all for that scenario.
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All 5 amp models/channels are distinct and flavored. They all respond like real amps. Channel 1 has that deep, resonant, amplified-yet-clean tone and with the cab sim on, a hint of reverb. It breaks up pleasantly with the drive cranked. Channel 2 is cleaner and brighter, and basically stays that way no matter how much drive you apply. Channel 3 has a broader, more progressive sweep of tone, from clean and mid-focused to toothy to gritty to smooth OD. Channel 4 starts out gritty and progresses into classic distortion, ending in chaotic breakup. Channel 5 is pretty much a clean yet driven channel until the drive moves past 2 o��clock, after which fuzz appears - great, usable, classic fuzz. I have two minor issues with the unit. First, you do have to max the level pot at all times. There doesn��t seem to be much signal otherwise. Second, the cab sim effects are a bit exaggerated; while the harshness of a straight effect is tamed well, I found myself tweaking the tone controls to add back in mids and highs. The tone controls are very good at doing that, so, for me it��s a minor inconvenience.
UPDATE: There is nothing wrong with the level control. I had the gain below unity on both my mixer and AI initially. Once I fixed that, the level control was indeed dynamic.