Marshall 8008
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Marshall 8008

8008, Guitar Power Amplifier from Marshall in the ValveState I series.

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revola 08/15/2004

Marshall 8008 : revola's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
2 * 80w transistors
2 input jacks
2 output jacks to HP
Selection Mode or classic Valvestate

Nothing special. Attention, no fan, so make sure it does not clump the milieu of a pile of other racks (I'm cram once the fawn).

Jolie faade Marshall Gold ;-)

(For our answer to the comment below, my knobs have never made a sound while moving)

UTILIZATION

Nothing simpler.
One branch, and climb the two volume knobs (left and right).

SOUNDS

Used with 1922 and 1960 Marshall cabinets (2x12 and 4x12 Celestion).
Really good. The sound is prcis, and Marshall sounds. If one has a prampli lamp is made carrment is even monstrous.
Submitted power and it is a battery cover aisment (still happy ...).
Valvestate position adds to his personality (typ Marshall) and I only use this method of amplification. The other is more neutral.
The highs are prcis, monstrous bass is perfect for playing mtal or other forms of hard rock. Also perfect for the punk rock genre blink182. For blues or jazz is something else, but if you chose a prampli and guitar based sound that you want out, you come aisment anything you want.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 2 years and I think it sounds great. For the price, it Arelle Marshall sound.
I play a Gibson Les Paul, a pdalier Boss GT-3 directly plugged into the amp and I go out baffles on Marshall and the sound is good l. Despite the lack of rel prampli get low I get any sound prs.
For the price, size, look, sound ... trs is good. If you and your purist perfectionist, take a vritable amp lamp, but prfrez a good prampli trs + prampli this amp rather than a means and a light amplifier.