NAMM 2020: Fryette announces the Deliverance Series II

Both the 60 and 120 versions get some added features.

The Fryette Deliverance II

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NAMM 2020: Amplifier manufacturer Fryette has announced an upgrade to its Deliverance series.

While Series II of the range sees the addition of some useful features, it also retains the same tube-driven tones found in both the 120W and 60W heads.

The additions to the amps focus on adding versatility to their on-the-fly control: both the new Solo Volume mode and the effects loop can be engaged using a footswitch, allowing for versatile texture shifts while on stage. For an alternate shift into more gain instead of volume, the More mode (normally selected with a toggle switch) can now be assignable to the Solo Volume mode. The newly added Bright toggle switch function can also be set to operate manually, assigned to the More mode or activated together with Solo mode using the footswitch.

On the front of each amp, you’ll find a three-band EQ, as well as separate gain controls for the standard and More modes, and separate volume controls for the Master and Solo Volume modes. The poweramp section also sports presence and depth controls for finer tuning of the amp’s output.

Find out more at fryette.com. More information about Fryette’s new lines will be announced at NAMM. Keep updated with more Winter NAMM 2020 news here.

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