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Marshall AVT50X

Hybrid Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the Advanced ValveState Technology series

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Marshall AVT50XPublished on 06/10/13 at 02:17
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Hybrid 50w with reverb, all connections in out, hp out, emulated out what all good, even the headphone jack. 1 clean, 1 drive but two different gain therefore we can clean out a bluesy pretty cool.

UTILIZATION

Simple Setup, pleasant use. Good sound so easily, the only small problem is the little noise fan for the lamp (I guess) agrees well my POD, but in fact it is very good also without effect, blues, rock, clean it s' doing very well.
I have not yet opened the beast to see what hides mess but I like the bass is present, the med and treble stack properly. I play solo home so I do not know what happens with a drummer ... against it by power level not relieve pain, I can barely...…
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Hybrid 50w with reverb, all connections in out, hp out, emulated out what all good, even the headphone jack. 1 clean, 1 drive but two different gain therefore we can clean out a bluesy pretty cool.

UTILIZATION

Simple Setup, pleasant use. Good sound so easily, the only small problem is the little noise fan for the lamp (I guess) agrees well my POD, but in fact it is very good also without effect, blues, rock, clean it s' doing very well.
I have not yet opened the beast to see what hides mess but I like the bass is present, the med and treble stack properly. I play solo home so I do not know what happens with a drummer ... against it by power level not relieve pain, I can barely imagine the mess connected to a cabinet ... it must be bluffing.

SOUNDS

My style of music is it?? yes no problems with it seem to manage the guy, it cash, as my bandit but .... with a fineness in the sounds, bass just right, I adored my shieffield bandit and I discovered this one and it is also a pleasure, the sounds are better defined, hottest I played with two LAG, a JET SSH I rediscovered well rounded notes and IMPERATOR 500 rise in SD is a treat. At the risk of angering some, I find this very versatile amp, my BANDIT was different.

OVERALL OPINION

Well I did that for four days, but already several hours on it, I wanted a Marshall to realize his well-typed sounds of what is said ... well I can confirm all the styles that are close to my heart can come out of this amp, I had VOX PEAVEY tried FENDER well if I had to tune I buy one model of each because they all have their grain. But still
this one is over, and then the PEAVEY FENDER (for its clean) and finally VOX. Warning I'm not talking about all lamps is not the subject (the classic 30 that I tested is superb.) It is in the hybrid range Transtube .... it's bad enough.

OCCAZ very good price / quality ratio I will never buy a new amp, and for the moment so I do it again this choice!
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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: AVT50X
  • Series: Advanced ValveState Technology
  • Category: Hybrid Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/06/2012

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