Fryette Amplification Deliverance 60
Fryette Amplification Deliverance 60

Deliverance 60, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Fryette Amplification.

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loudfunk 27/03/2011

Fryette Amplification Deliverance 60 : la opinión de loudfunk (content in English)

"Now this is how you make a single channel head..."

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Very straight forward 60 watt tube head. 2 KT88 power tubes, 12AX7 pre-amp tubes, 2 gain controls, less/more gain toggle switch, master volume, bass, middle and treble controls, and depth and presence controls for the power section. And that's all she wrote.

The amp is a modern homage to the old no effects loop, or silly wattage switches, etc...


Super simple to dial in. The manual is fine but unnecessary. If you're looking for an amp that does one great sound at a time and responds well to the guitar's volume and the player's picking hand that is it.


Here's where the fun starts, the 2 gain control let you dial is easily anything tight and spanky to warm and woolly, regardless of the gain level. Unlike many amps where the higher you go with the gain the closer it gets to serious mud, not on this. In addition the difference in sonics between say gain 1 low/gain 2 high and gain 1 high/gain 2 low is pretty amazing. Only to be out done by the difference of running the combination of both gain controls high with the toggle set to Less as compared to running the controls low with the switch set to high.
The EQ controls are great for tailoring your sound since they're center in very usable range.
Depth lets you control the speaker excursion, making the sound tighter or looser.


If you're a fan of old Marshalls there are plenty of modded Marshall guys out there ready to sell you you a supposed better mouse trap. This amp has the feel of an old amp, just hppenes to be very well thought out. And has as much in common with old Hiwatts as it does with old Marshalls. And just like those amps it makes for an amazing clean amp as well as a crunch or gain monster.

Usually amps will react better to either guitar with single coils or guitars with humbuckers, this one handles both with equal grace.
Some folks will miss the effects loop on this, but for that matter they should look into the Fryette Sig-X, or use this in a wet/dry set-up.