Lunchbox Amp Comparison: REVV G20 vs ENGL Ironball SE vs H&K Tubemeister Deluxe 20

0:00 Introduction
00:17 Song 1 (rock): REVV G20
01:06 Song 1 (rock): ENGL Ironball SE
01:56 Song 1 (rock): H&K Tubemeister Deluxe 20
02:46 Song 1 (rock): Back to back comparisons
03:35 Song 2 (clean + metal): REVV G20
04:50 Song 2 (clean + metal): ENGL Ironball SE
06:05 Song 2 (clean + metal): H&K Tubemeister Deluxe 20
07:20 Song 2 (clean + metal): Back to back comparisons
08:35 Song 3 (punk + clean): REVV G20
10:10 Song 3 (punk + clean): ENGL Ironball SE
11:44 Song 3 (punk + clean): H&K Tubemeister Deluxe 20
13:19 Song 3 (punk + clean): Back to back comparisons
14:53 Song 4 (rock): REVV G20
16:04 Song 4 (rock): ENGL Ironball SE
17:13 Song 4 (rock): H&K Tubemeister Deluxe 20
18:22 Song 4 (rock): Back to back comparisons

With this video I'd like to help all those tube amp fanatics who are interested in how these three amps compare, from clean through single coil overdrive to humbucker mid-gain rock, punk and metal.

For this comparison I used my Zilla 2x12 Fatboy cabinet with two different speakers in it: The Celestion Vintage 30 was recorded with an SM57 microphone, while the G12H-Anniversary was miked up with an Electro-Voice RE20 and an AKG c214 microphones, so this speaker is also the dominant in the final mix.

The guitar being used is an Epiphone Modern with splitable mid-output humbucker pickups.

The audio files are carefully loudness-matched.

I tried to set up the amps for each music piece according to my taste, which happened to be an almost flat EQ, moderate gain for rock, punk and metal and a little dirt in the clean channel for the clean parts.

The riffs I played for the comparison are my original songs that I plan to publish on a future album.

Attila Tapolczai
NHR Music Production
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