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Marshall Guitar Combo Amplifiers user reviews

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "Not my first choice"


    Marshall has to be one of my favorite guitar amplifiers because they have such a great thick warm tone that is very conducive to my playing style. Marshall has built some of the best amplifiers for hard rock and metal tones and a sometimes build ve…

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "great amp"


    The Marshall ValveState II VS1006 is a tube guitar amplifier. The model I have is a silver face and was made in 1976. There are four 1/4 inputs - two for each channel. The first channel has dials for volume, bass, mid, and treble. The second channel …

  • Marshall MG100DFX

    Marshall MG100DFX - "not a very good sound"


    The Marshall MG 100DFX amp does not have that great of a sound. I bought when I was younger and on a budget, and into much worse music than I am now (metal, nu-metal, the like.) The amp definitely sounded better when I bought it, too. I used a Fende…

  • Marshall MG30DFX

    Marshall MG30DFX - "Great phaser"


    This Marshall MG30DFX has loads of amazing sounds built in, from the absolutely shiniest clean to the phasiest delayful reverberations full of tonal variations and zoological machinations. Everything's adjustable. Start with the amp set on clean and …

  • Marshall MG15CFR

    Marshall MG15CFR - "Cool little combo"


    This thing is quite amazing for the price. This is a 15 watt practice amp by Marshall that sounds fantastic. It has two channels and each channel shares the same EQ such as bass middle and treble. What is also great about this amp is the ability to p…

  • Marshall DSL401

    Marshall DSL401 - "Junk..."


    The Marshall DSL 401 is a 40 watt 1x12 combo version of the famed DSL head that is available in 50 or 100 watt models. It features two channels, a clean and a drive. The drive channel has two modes, OD1 which is more of a vintage voiced tone a-la the…

  • Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

    Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] - "irreplaceable"


    tube UTILIZATION easy SOUNDS fender, gibson, ibanez, line6 etc OVERALL OPINION best…

  • Marshall 8240 ValveState S80 Stereo Chorus

    Marshall 8240 ValveState S80 Stereo Chorus - "If you don't like metal, look elsewhere"


    "Small" solid-state Marshall with hybrid preamp: One 12AX7 tube. Only for the OD channel, as far as I can tell. Power: 80w (2x40) (incomparable to the 80w of a tube amp) 2 channels (clean/crunch, OD1/OD2) Chorus Spring reverb. 2 Celestion G12T s…

  • Marshall 4103 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 4103 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989] - "Good combo"


    Marshall JCM 800 to the hot most highly use Marshall amps in existence. It is a guitar player's dream because it takes petals so well and is the perfect platform for modification. This is a great aunt for any gigging recording artist and you've heard…

  • Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010]

    Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010] - nickname009's review


    * 5 Watt, 1x10 inch Combo Amplifier * All-Valve Design with Class A Circuitry * Powered by 2 x ECC83 Preamp and 1 x EL84 Power Tubes * Celestion Designed 10 inch Speaker * Compact Design for Playing out or Staying in Contr…