The DV Mark Little 40 II has been reviewed by Australia's Mixdown magazine.
Here are some highlights!
- It’s a unique little amp with some very cool features.
- DV Mark has really hit a sweet spot here in terms of offering warm, rich cleans and crunch tones from channel one, with plenty of depth, midrange push and clear high end, while giving channel two a wide range of distortion tones from light rock overdrive to more saturated distortions and leads.
- The EL34 power section gives you plenty of chest-thumping power, and this amp gets loud despite its small size.
- The effects loop is nice and transparent, and the foot switchable reverb has a really addictive way of supporting and cushioning the note without overwhelming it. It’s a rather unique reverb, not quite like a spring reverb, not quite like a cathedral or hall reverb, and it sounds great.
- This is a really flexible amp no matter what style you play.
- The decision to use an expanded Tube Marker in the second channel is an inspired one and the reverb is really great.
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