FRYETTE PITTBULL HUNDRED/CL – Quick Look



Joe Gamble gives a quick run down of the feature set for the Fryette Pittbull Hundred/CL head. The feature explanation is followed by a demo track demonstrating some sounds made possible by the amplifier.

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22 thoughts on “FRYETTE PITTBULL HUNDRED/CL – Quick Look”

  1. AT LAST, A REAL TEST ! Sample Settings and comments are cool ! I have this head since 10 years, probably the best one i've owned in my life!

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  2. amazing music…so fresh and different resolutions…..not like always chunda chunda…powerchords…i'm really impressed.obviously great amp i have a classic 2×12(clx)old vht and it is a winner.

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  3. I had loved the old VHT skeleton logo. I remember that it took me some time to recreate it, and get it looking good in the Fryette logo. I think I had given Steve a few different versions of it. I'm glad to see you guys using that skeleton logo at the start of this video. Steve is such an innovator and great guy. -peace

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  4. I had an original 1991 VHT Pitbull Classic (EL-34's) back in the early 90's, it was a fantastic amplifier, but these early VHT's had a reputation of blowing output transformers. I played, and still play Progressive Metal (Fates Warning, King Diamond, Watchtower, etc.) and the VHT was a great amp for those genres. I hope Steven is using more reliable output transformers in these new Fryette Pitbull amplifiers. They still sound great.

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  5. Great amp! The only problem I had was when I had it hooked up to a Boss Waza Tube expander power attenuator and the first red gain channel would not work. Not sure what I was doing wrong either.

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  6. I've never played a more versatile head. I've owned mine for 10 years and I'm still discovering new things. Best of the Best.

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