Marshall AVT100
Marshall AVT100

AVT100, Hybrid Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the ValveState 2000 AVT series.

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patguitar 02/09/2005

Marshall AVT100 : patguitar's user review


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- Amp Hybrid: a lamp in the pre-amp transistors and for the rest.
- 100 Watts
- 3 channels: clear, 1 overdrive, overdrive 2.
- Effects loop (reverb, chorus, delay ...)


Simple to use, the advantage is to rgler channels separately. The equalization of the two channels of overdrive is common, which is a shame.
The effects loop is not very practical, because you can not switch between effects, must be done by hand.
For cons, I found the setting of acute, low and medium rev not effective, the sound changes as not incomparable with any lights.
The manual is like all the manuals, not really useful, it is better to rglages its own;)


It's a versatile amp, you can play all styles with. The sound is clear and well frankly the range of distortion is variable. The overdrive channel is just no one I got, the sound is really dgueulasse. The rest are not bad.
Even when I put a big flat, this amp is far trs but then a far cry from a real Marshall amp lamps (jtm45, JCM800, etc.). He's only got my name Marshall.


- I used less than a year since I sold it because you can buy for that price the amp all lamps more efficient and enjoyable (see the peavey ct or fender amps that offer incredible in the same price range as an unparalleled sound with avt)
- I must say that I found really quite clear, for the rest bof ca is cold and metallic. The reverb did not convince me either, and yet it is essential.
- We can do well trs repetitions or scne with this amp. That said, if you have another guitar amp with 30 watts lamps, you will explode your avt no problem.
- If c'tait again, I would buy a brand lamps for the same price, also I will do