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By designing and manufacturing all their amps under a single roof in San Giovanni Teatino, Italy, DV Mark Amplification is able to command full control over every tiny detail, as well as innovate as quickly as possible. The resulting products are consistent and are also some of the lightest amps currently available. By using original designs, top-quality components and light yet durable materials, DV Mark delivers guitar amps with the weight of their bass equivalents, which is good news for artists on the go. If you're looking for ease of use and extreme portability, try a combo amp like the DV Mark Galileo 15C 15W Tube Amp. Weighing only 28 pounds, yet packing two ECC83 preamp tubes as well as two EL84 and one ECC83 power tube, this compact combo amp is great for small shows, rehearsals and recording.
For a more powerful setup, you'll want a tube guitar amp head and cabinet combination. The DV Mark 2012 Triple 6 Tube Guitar Amp Head is a great choice, particularly for rock and metal guitarists because it has high-gain switches on channels 2 and 3. Conveniently, a built-in system even automatically biases and matches the output tubes, a feature any serious guitarist will appreciate.
Once you have the head, you'll want to compliment it with a cabinet like the C412 Vintage for a truly fantastic sound. Featuring four 12-inch lightweight neodymium custom speakers and 600W capacity, this cabinet is powerful enough for all your needs. And with the ‘60s-inspired flat-front design and less than 44-lbs. of weight, you'll be gigging in effortless style.
As you can see, DV Mark's commitment to creating amps for all types of guitarists for everything from rehearsal to serious venue shows means they have something to suit the needs of every musician. Just as importantly, their policy of only in-house manufacturing and tough quality-control standards ensure you'll get equipment that lasts.