I like this amp very very much. With the HD500 the tone dialing seems endless. As far as I can tell, I won't need anything else for a guitar rig/setup. I'm always looking for guitars(I have G.A.S.)but my main 3 now seem to help dial, with the HD500/DT50 setup. any sound I can imagine.
So in closing, the tones are the most I like about the DT50 and the least I like about it is the weight, I am over 50, but will still haul it around to have the sounds/tones that this thing puts out. Sound
The DT50 is the best sounding amp I own, I've had Marshall, Peavey, Crate, and Harmomy tube amps, The tones are very nice by itself.
Along with the HD500, I can dial in any tone I desire. For a live situation
it sounds great in a band mix. Features
There are plenty of features for using this as a straight up amp, ex. Channel A/B select,4 voice selects, Class A/B select, Pent-ode/Triode select, Low/High (25W/50W)select, Link6 with the HD500, Midi capabilities,
Direct line out.
To me that's pretty feature orientated for a stand alone amp.
I had read that there wasn't any casters on the cabinet, I was pleasantly surprised when it came shipped with removable casters. Nice!! Ease of Use
The tones you desire can be dialed in simply, by turning a couple of knobs
and toggles. With the HD500, the dialed in tone can be saved as a patch for
I haven't had it that long but it seems sturdy and built to last. Value