We proposed some changes to the Emporiums. Z, never had the money to pick one up. We completely re-designed the build and makeup of our cab and were able to achieve stunning full-bodied sounds in a sturdy yet ultra-light combo cab weighing in at a back-saving 42 lbs! I love the online Demo of the Monza. Hi, Lucky enough to have a refund check comming in about a month and am doing some advance gear research. I contacted a good friend who is a Nashville first call studio cat, a touring guitarist for a major country act, as well as a long time Z Amp user for some assistance. Can use pedals when its too much amp to crank, or not when its not, with equal success. Some call it a Vox style amp, some call it a Fender, and yet others call it a tamed plexi.
Our secret behind maintaining signal integrity is the unique overdrive circuit that allows the player to blend smooth, thick overdrive into the existing clean signal for a perfect blend of string articulation and fat distortion. . It really nails that Billy Gibbons sound. These are proprietary files, so please do not share them. The 18 watts is a loud 18 watts and the Maz takes pedals better than just about every amp out there. I think he has video demos with both Fender and Gibson guitars for nearly everything on his site if you haven't checked those out. Yes, I mean no, I mean yes, errr.
I think that it sounds a lot more like my brown Fender Deluxe. In our opinion it is none of those but it has characteristics of all three. After the , which destroyed huge numbers of musical instruments owned by players of the music scene, Dr. Z Amplification is an American manufacturer of. Watch the company's video demo: On PremierGuitar. First thing, there is no Dr Z sound. I understand the models are Dr Z originals yet are usually his take on well known amps of the past.
The 38 watt version would be a necessary upgrade for those looking for more headroom. Again, I really appreciate everybodys input on this. The Z Wreck is Vox meets Trainwreck. He has been a Kemper user for years and enjoyed the wide range of guitar tones available in studio with his Kemper. People who own a Dr Z might be generous enough to post here and comment on that model. The Stang Ray is probably the most Vox ish. Want classic Marshall get a Germino.
I've had the Z 38, played through a Z 18, and had a Remedy. Everything in this tone machine is built from top notch components with the world class craftsmanship we have all come to expect from the Dr. I just like them and this purchase is just for fun. Online demo's are cool but definitely a little limiting. I play in a kind of rock n' roll, classic country, red dirt mix band. Dr Z says he has scaled back all the custom options that would normally make their amps more expensive. The Monza and Remedy are more into Marshall territory.
It's very versatile but the sound is hard to describe. One never knows what a producer will request of you on a recording session. The Route 66 is Marshall Bluesbreaker ish. Edit: Thank you Uriah and Homesick! The best tones in this amp come at the edge of breakup and even though we love to run amps loud and clean we could not stop playing through this amp. Z Kemper Profile Pack, Dr.
However, it has also highlighted that we need some community input into what is working and what is not working for members here. Anyways, I'm in the market for a new amp and have always wanted a Dr. The discussion thread on the is! Z replaced Paisley's destroyed amps, and added the Z Wreck model whose heart is a Fischer-designed output transformer to its regular line-up; in 2014, magazine listed it as one of their Editors' Picks. All are very well built, by hand, and none sound bad. Zaite grew up the child of a television repairman and learned about at an early age. So I took it upon myself to do something about it. You may also want to try the Z Talks forum.
It is really helping my education on Z-ology. That's why I'm asking as I haven't heard any in person yet. We also teamed up with Eminence to design the new Z-12, an American-voiced 50 watt speaker designed to complement the vibrant tones of Dr Z amps. I gig a maz jr. Any suggestions are really appreciated! I love the simple ethos here, with no fancy stuff. Then there is the idea of the Maz 38 which would be a great gigging amp and I love the Paisley demo of the Z-Wreck.
Subsequently, he quit his job to focus on amps full-time. Am I correct in saying the Maz is their most popular model? Z Amp profiles so look for them. Their new The Cure valve combo amp looks like it could be just what the doctor ordered, attempting to give you the hallmark Dr Z sound but in a no-frills format for those on a budget. Use it as a clean platform with pedals and I'm happy with it. Z have always been known for their preamps and the Maz is what started it all. I enjoy playing blues and classic rock the most though. It is the original Zaite design, that put him on the map.