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  • Marshall DSL5C

    Marshall DSL5C - "Good amp"


    All-tube amp with switchable output power (5 Watts or 0.5 Watts) and 2 channels. 1 headphone jack, 1 mp3 player jack, 1 footswitch. 3-band equalizer. 1 effects loop. 1 speaker output The mp3 input doesn't work unless you connect your headphones. V…

  • Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V

    Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V - " Great little amp"


    Hybrid with one 12AX7 for a bit more warmth 1 input => 2 channels + effects loop Output power between 35 and 40 watts Lots of settings, but it has a stack tone that demands to be modified. UTILIZATION Easy to dial in. It's a pretty versatile amp…

  • Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V

    Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V - "Good amp, despite some defective components"


    40w solid-state amp with tube preamp and one Valvestate 8040 speaker Manufactured in the '90s in the UK. That's where it gets its charm from. On the other hand, like with many other amps at this price point, the sound starts to "leak" after sever…

  • Vox AC30C2

    Vox AC30C2 - "The legend"


    I wanted to buy a twin reverb...I love its pristine sound!!!! But once at the shop I said to myself: "At least try other amps just in case..." and looking around I saw the vox ac30 and I said to myself "what does that sound like?" Phew!!! What wa…

  • Mesa Boogie Mark IV Combo Custom

    Mesa Boogie Mark IV Combo Custom - " Indispensable"


    All-tube amp with four 6L6 power tubes. B Series, with stereo effect loop. Electrovoice speaker. 3 channels, two of which are entirely independent. EQ common to all three channels. The output power can go from 30W to 90W, depending on the settings o…

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-55

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-55 - "Excellent amp"


    It's a solid-state amp, the small sibling of the JC 120. It delivers 2*22.5W stereo, it has two inputs (high and low), a chorus (with two modes) a distortion, and a line out. 3-band EQ, reverb and chorus parameters. UTILIZATION It is extremely eas…

  • Fender Princeton 112 Plus

    Fender Princeton 112 Plus - "Excellent surprise!"


    I needed a backup amp and thought about a basic solid-state amp that wasn't heavy and fitted in my car's trunk. I went for this 1996 solid-state Fender Princeton 112+, made in USA, rated at 65 watts, with a 12" speaker, and weighing 31 lbs, which ha…

  • Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]

    Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999] - "Rediscover it!"


    100W tube combo (mine has 3 x 12AX7 and 4 x EL34, but there are also versions with 6L6), switchable to 50W. One input, one non-switchable effects loop with adjustable level, 2 speaker outputs (8 and 4/16 ohms), one direct line output and one with am…

  • Yamaha VA-5

    Yamaha VA-5 - "Nice one"


    Transistor amplifier. Basic tone and volume controls with a single input. UTILIZATION Extremely basic, simple. SOUNDS I use it with my keyboards OVERALL OPINION Nice, troble free, budget and sturdy. Does the job well …

  • Dean Markley DMC-80

    Dean Markley DMC-80 - "Strong Solid State Amp"


    Dean Markley DMC80 Stereo/Chorus 2x10. The amp is 100% Solid State, 50watt X 2..100 watt output. It has a Tank Spring Reverb, and Chorus. Very Loud for a Combo amp. The review by Moosehermans information was Wrong..this amp do not have any other ef…