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Marshall DBS 2115 [1996-2000]
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Marshall DBS 2115 [1996-2000]

Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Marshall belonging to the DBS series.

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Marshall DBS 2115 [1996-2000]Published on 04/20/04 at 15:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Preamp lamp
150watts
integrated compressor

UTILIZATION

Easy to use

SOUNDS

Jazz-blues-funk to rock, even metal if you must!
very versatile: most to round up to slam

OVERALL OPINION

Perfect very powerful combo to repeat ', studio, small-medium sized concert halls.
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Marshall DBS 2115 [1996-2000]Published on 02/22/07 at 02:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Amp preamp with 150 W lamp

UTILIZATION

Pretty easy to use, I still a bit of a chore at the beginning to find my sound, especially since I have not had any manual ... but trial and error I managed to find sounds that work for me.

SOUNDS

I use it for different styles of rock music (punk, grunge, pop, funk ...) and I find this amp extremely versatile. The sounds are really good as a pick with the fingers, in the bass or treble.
I use a digitech BP8 + stingray + bass + ODB3 ball. there is no major defect at the level of sound. may be a lack of presence in a given slaps and not always with good effect (especially ODB3) but it's really not obvious and it is my personal opinion. I......
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Amp preamp with 150 W lamp

UTILIZATION

Pretty easy to use, I still a bit of a chore at the beginning to find my sound, especially since I have not had any manual ... but trial and error I managed to find sounds that work for me.

SOUNDS

I use it for different styles of rock music (punk, grunge, pop, funk ...) and I find this amp extremely versatile. The sounds are really good as a pick with the fingers, in the bass or treble.
I use a digitech BP8 + stingray + bass + ODB3 ball. there is no major defect at the level of sound. may be a lack of presence in a given slaps and not always with good effect (especially ODB3) but it's really not obvious and it is my personal opinion. I also think it's related to the fact that I tend to "push" this amplifier.
Other bass players have had the opportunity to play on and all were amazed by the sound.

OVERALL OPINION

- That's 5 or 6 years that I use. He has experienced the worst conditions: cold, heat, moisture, frost, dust (really extreme circumstances in my old local repeated), rain, beer, shock ... and he never flinched or so. I find it still took a little bit old since last year and concerts and over again. He tends to spit a little, but I can not blame him after all he lived ^ ^
- What I like most: his resistance, versatility in the sounds.
- What I like least: its weight. frankly I really hassle when it comes to transport one (especially since it has no wheels). Two fine.
I also find it a bit limited power level. in my group we tend to play a little stronger and I have to push. it feels bound level of sound quality.
- I had a peavey TKO before my marshall and for me there is no picture in between. the marshall is much better.
- Good quality / price ratio
- I have never been disappointed and if I repeat it again the dynamic bass system without hesitation.
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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: DBS 2115 [1996-2000]
  • Series: DBS
  • Category: Bass Guitar Combo Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/26/2002

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