"It’s surprisingly loud, making it ideal for recording, rehearsing, and also smaller sized gigs. Tonally, the Galileo can produce a wide variety of sounds, although falling more into the classic-sounding category rather than high gain. It also has plenty of headroom too, for glassy, bright clean tones and even when cranked and crunchy the Galileo cleans up nicely when the guitar volume is backed off."
"Another interesting and slightly radical thing about the setup provided for our demo was the speaker cabinet. For our demo we used the C212V, a slanted 2x12 cab, with a vertical design, almost as if a 4x12 had been sliced in half. The 300 Watt 4 Ohms cab is loaded with 2x12 inch Neodymium custom B&C speakers, making this cab not only sound great, but also easy to lift and load after a gig."
"DV Mark are defiantly making their mark in a very competitive market place, and the Galileo is surely a serious contender for anyone considering a low wattage all-valve head."
Here is Kiko Loureiro testing the DV Mark Smart Multiamp for the first time on tour.
Mark World Rising Star Lisa-X performs her song Serendipity using her DV Mark Multiamp.
Alessio Menconi plays a classic tune by Stan Getz using his DVC Guitar Friend 12 II amp.
DV Mark rising star - 17 years old - Giorgio Galimberti plays his song Darkout using his Multiamp.
DV Mark artist Alessio Menconi plays Overjoyed by Stevie Wonder using his DVC Guitar Friend 12 II.
On this video DV Mark Artist Andrea Braido is improvising over a blues track using his DV Micro 50 II head on the Lead channel, using just a delay pedal in the FX Loop.
On this video the Italian guitar hero Andrea Braido plays Deep Purple classic song "Lady Double Dealer", using the DV Mark EVO1.
DV Mark artist WEN LIN demoing the DV Micro 50 head and Neoclassic 412 cabinet. Special thanks to our distributor Parsons Music.