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Marshall Guitars user reviews

  • Marshall MG30DFX

    Marshall MG30DFX - "Be afraid, be very afraid. Run as far as possible from this amp."


    Made in China Solid State 30 Watts Two Foot switchable channels Reverb, Delay, Chorus, and Flanger effects built in Clean channel has Volume, Bass, and Treble controls Overdrive channel has Gain, Bass, Contour (Almost like a reverse Mid control…

  • Marshall DSL100

    Marshall DSL100 - "DSL = Drooling Sounds of Love!"


    - 100 watts - all tube - 4 preamp 12ax7, 4 power EL34 - 2 channel - green channel - clean/crunch - red channel - lead - effects channel - spring reverb - classic marshall styling - classic marshall look - 1 button footswitch (used for either channel …

  • Marshall 1960A JCM800 Lead

    Marshall 1960A JCM800 Lead - "Good Cabs on the Used Market"


    Features: 4 Celestion G12T-75s @ 300w mono/150w stereo (each side) 4 & 16 ohm mono ouputs 8 ohm stereo ouputs Birch ply construction MDF back panel The construction of this cab leaves something to be desired. While it's built of quality materials …

  • Marshall 1960A JCM900

    Marshall 1960A JCM900 - "Your typical 4x12"


    Love them or hate them, the Marshall JCM900 1960 cabinet is probably the standard 4x12 cabinet out there on the market. No matter what music shop you walk into, you’re bound to find one of these somewhere on the showroom floor. Equipped with four C…

  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Great amp but not for everyone"


    This is what most rock amplifiers were derived from, and many of your favorite classic rock tones were recorded using amps very similar to this one. 100 watt All tube amp. 4 EL34s and three 12ax7s, with a solid state rectifier. One channel at a time,…

  • Marshall 2204 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 2204 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989] - "Classic Marshall Tone"


    The JCM800 is one of the most famous amps Marshall has ever made. The 2204 version was the 50 watt version of the famous 2203 that was used on so many recordings in the 80s. They came in two different versions -- the vertical input and the horizont…

  • Marshall 1965B Lead

    Marshall 1965B Lead - moosers's review


    The Marshall 1965B Lead 4x10 is a speaker cabinet for use with any guitar amplifier head. I've used it both with a Marshall lead and otherwise, as it's useful no matter what head you're thinking about using it with. Like the name suggests, it's got…

  • Marshall 5210 [1981-1991]

    Marshall 5210 [1981-1991] - "One of the best solid-state Marshalls"


    Solid-state, 50 watts, everything has been said already.... On the back panel there's a sticker where the connection scheme is explained. Otherwise, from left to right: headphone, return (loop), send (loop), footswitch . A good old spring reverb, a…

  • Marshall MG15CDR

    Marshall MG15CDR - Audiofanzine FR's review


    Originally written by rmrdu33 on Audiofanzine FR. 15-watt solid-state amp Guitar input, CD input, line output. Three-band EQ (high, mid, low) Clean volume setting Overdrive volume and gain controls Reverb UTILIZATION Very …

  • Marshall MG10CD

    Marshall MG10CD - Audiofanzine FR's review


    Originally written by Clepto87 on Audiofanzine FR. 10-watt solid-state amp One guitar input, one CD input One output with speaker simulation, one headphones output Easy setting: Clean channel volume control Overdrive channel volu…