Channel 1 is extremely musical and clean, it can also get a little compressed and overdriven with maxed gain. Channel 2 has a very natural sounding gain structure, ranging from Texas to heavy rhythm and a natural feeling lead. Very uncompressed on low gain, but nicely saturated on higher gain. Channel 3 ranges from soft lead to heavy saturated rhythm to singing lead. Nice and creamy when you roll back the tone control a little, but also brutal when you crank up the gain.
The D-Moll boasts a selectable mid cut feature, sweeping from full mid bite through to a dark scoop. The mid cut feature has a compensation control called "level". This allows the guitar volume to be compensated if the mid cut is engaged in mid song. The D-Moll's master section features dual volume controls, and global presence and deep control knobs.
The D-Moll does not include a midi pedal or foot switch, as often guitarists using midi will already own one. We find that owners of this amp are delighted with the purchase of a Columbus Midi Switcher, which you will find under 'Accessories'.
A D-Moll head can be yours for only a 40% down payment, check out the payment plans for illustrations.
|Outputs:||1 for 16ohm load, 2 for 2 16ohm or 1 8ohm loads, and 2 for 2 8ohm or 1 4ohm loads.|
|Tone Sculpting:||Global presence, depth and assignable mid cut. Channel 1 has independent tone stage. Channels 2 & 3 share tone controls.|
|Volumes:||Indepent volume for each channel and 2 master volumes.|
|Switching:||Midi or soon to be released 7 button FS7HE|
|Midi:||Midi in & thru (phantom power)|
(Midi pedal not included) or via Diezel Columbus XLR.
|Loops:||Serial, mixable parallel (assignable).|
|Compensated out:||Compensated recording out|
(speaker load needed)
|Tubes:||Preamp ECC83 - Poweramp KT77|
|Dimensions:||590W x 270H x 290D mm (inc. handle)|
|Shipping Size:||860W x 400H x 420D|