Fryette Amplification Sig:X
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Sig:X, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Fryette Amplification.

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loudfunk 31/01/2012

Fryette Amplification Sig:X: Produktbewertung von loudfunk (content in English)

"Nice ride..."
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100 watt all tube head running a pair of KT-88. You can set any of the channels to run 40 or 100 watts.
On the front we have Input, Channel Switch,
for the Lead channel...Voice Switch, Gain 1, Gain 2, Boost, More/Less Gain Switch, Power Shift (100/40) Switch, Master Volume, Scoop Switch, Treble, Middle, Bass, Lead/Rhythm Presence
Rhythm Channel: ...Voice Switch, Gain 1, Gain 2, Boost, More/Less Gain Switch, Power Shift (100/40) Switch, Master Volume, Scoop Switch, Treble, Middle, Bass, Lead/Rhythm Depth
Clean Channel:...Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Voice Switch, Boost Switch, Power Shift (100/40) Switch, Fat Switch, Presence, Depth
Standby
Power

On the back...
Ground Switch
AC Input
Mains Fuse
DC Fuse
16 ohm Speaker Jack
Impedance Selector
4/8 ohm Speaker Output Jacks
Line out
Loop Level Control
Loop Return Jack
Loop Send Jack
Loop Level Switch
Series/Parallel Switch
Loop Bypass Switch
Footswitch Jack



UTILIZATION

It'll take a minute to figure out all the switching options. The loop is probably the best sounding loop I've come across it. I used this with a TC Electronic G-system with the "four cable method". What a great versatile set-up with a minimum of gear to carry.

SOUNDS

Ah yes, this is like a channel switching Deliverance. Or so I thought. Not quite, but such a nice sounding crunch and lead channel. And the clean channel sounds and feels like an old amp. A wonderful ride.

OVERALL OPINION

The Fryette Sig-X is super dynamic and articulate, but not as tight as say a Pitbull Ultra Lead. It whispers, growls, screams and sings. On any channel. And very good investment for any one trying to let their own sonic signature come out. And fun to play.
I'd go so far to say that this amp will even appeal to guys that spent their life on vintage amps and wouldn't be caught dead playing a channel switcher as well as modern players.