The Schmidt is simple by Diezel standards. Three channels are controlled by two sets of equalization and tone-shaping controls, along with a lone set of gain and volume knobs that alter the third (or More Crunch) channel’s sound. The circuit itself is built around two totally independent preamps.
The Diezel Schmidt - Peter's foray into a more prog/rock oriented amp, hand built in Germany with absolutely massive transformers. Cathode biasing means that the amp accepts a variety of octal power tubes with no biasing needing - just plug in the matched pair and the amp does the rest.
Diezel's answer to the demands of modern bluesy players. With its tube driven reverb Schmidt offers a wide range of sounds for those, who like to add the warmth of a smaller poweramp (Class A) into