It doesn’t get any closer!
At least that’s what I thought back then when I tested the Diezel Zerrer, which had just been released as Diezel’s first ever pedal product. But Peter told me that he was working on something more simple and affordable to get that Diezel VH4 Channel 3 sound.
And he delivered! Because the Diezel VH4 Pedal is definitely the closest recreation to that very sound. You’ve heard it on recordings from so many artists, not matter what kind of genre we’re talking. And that’s because the VH4 takes literally anything and it sounds right, regardless of guitar type, tuning, pedals in front or not.
The VH4 Pedal comes with a simple set of controls, but they have a huge impact on the overall sound. You can select to use the pedal as an overdrive/distortion in front of your amp or just plug it into a power amp or the FX return on your amplifier.
For this video though, I decided to put the VH4 Pedal to the test for direct recording…which worked out great. Straight into my audio interface and with two cabinet IRs. All the tracks you hear in the video were recorded like this. Enjoy and be sure to check this pedal out yourself.
Get all info and details on the VH4 Pedal here: http://www.diezelamplification.com/vh4pedal/
If you wanna get one yourself, here you go: https://reverb.grsm.io/papapete