Here some excerpts of Frank interview about DV Mark (translated in English):
"My first DV Mark amplifier has been developed for two years. These were my first two years with DV Mark, but in the end we decided to not putting it on the market. It was an analogue amplifier and we were watching how digital technology was becoming way more popular. And they were basically right at DV Mark. Currently, many amplifiers are modeled to get a good tone, they’re easy-to-use, software-based and you can easily update them. People from DV Mark have therefore stated that they are sampling the Amplitude amp we made and put these samples into Multiamp. That's how Multiamp FG was created. It features many amp models - you can find there all the typical sounds like Fender sound, Marshall, Mesa and so on. Of course, this amplifier, which we made earlier, is like the basic tone of this device. And that is exactly what I use to get my sound. I'm surprised it does not sound like a digital amp. People still like tube amplifiers, but I wouldn’t use them even if I had no deal to use a digital one. Digital devices are fantastic today. Sound quality is much better than ten years ago. They sound more natural and dynamic now. DV Mark means very modern technology delivering the best guitar tone in a digital way. Everything is moving on this direction."
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Special Thanks to Poland's DV Mark distributor Konsbud-Audio.
On this video DV Mark artist Luca Mantovanelli plays all the DV Micro 50 head models (DV Micro 50 II, DV Micro 50 CMT, DV Micro 50 Jazz and DV Micro 50 M) testing all their channels...everything in just 3 minutes!
DV Mark artist Ciro Manna plays ‘X1’ (from XY cd 2015) with his band fet. Antonio Muto on drums and Marco Galiero on bass. Live @ Magazzini Fermi - Aversa.
On this video Finaz from Bandabardò plays a solo guitar song titled "Tango" using his AC801P amp where he used both the XLR direct Output and a mic in front of it.
On this video Finaz from Bandabardò plays a solo guitar song titled "Gitanata" using his AC 801P amp where he used both the XLR direct Output and a mic in front of it.
This is a video of Kiko Loureiro performing live in studio his song "Ray of Life" from his solo album Sounds of Innocence. He just used his DV Mark Multiamp plugged in stereo into a DV Neoclassic 412 cabinet.
On this video DV MArk top-artist and great shred master Michael Angelo Batio jams on his new DV Mark DV Micro 50 M head.
On this video Michael Angelo Batio plays his song Hands Without Shadows live in studio. His DV Mark amp rig is a DV Little 250 M head into a DV Neoclassic 412 cab.
On this video DV Mark artist Michael Angelo Batio plays his tribute to Van Halen live in studio. His DV Mark amp rig is a DV Little 250 M head into a DV Neoclassic 412 cab.