Marshall 8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus
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Marshall 8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus

8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus, Hybrid Guitar Amp Head from Marshall in the ValveState I series.

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Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %
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zexxsp04/29/2013

zexxsp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Sounds a ton of bricks!"

Marshall 8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus
A 12AX7 preamp lamp, 2 * 100 + watts stereo chorus, clean channel, od1 OD2

UTILIZATION

Everything has been said!

SOUNDS

I play Heavy, blues ... and it's perfect I have a boss gt-8 for effects missing and it is sick!! I play with ernie ball misic man JP and marriage is amazing!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had one month .... I try Peavy, roland cube, line 6, fender ... g ever find my sound ... but Marshall finally gives me what I want! hear!
DAMIENDU1509/11/2010

DAMIENDU15's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus
Hybrid transistor amplifier and lights at the time Marshall had really looked at this technology and build solid things, remember ....
POWER 2X100W stereo
settings for a classic Marshall head with a section dedicated to stereo chorus
behind a facade complete with everything that can be reversible connections (loops, etc ...)

UTILIZATION

not need manual, one part it sounds


SOUNDS

saturated channel (double) sounds pretty saturated defined by keeping the body, with enough compression
clear channel delivering its astonishing and magnificent limpidespas on the fender but it is extra

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a lease, he never fails, though it dropped to a bunch of times, and it is the advantage of a hybrid when you play often and being moved Frequently the equipment, tube amps are great but fragile .....
this is powerful head has a very versatile and its own can ensure peace of mind a varied repertoire from blues to metal
I have some in stock amps (Vox AC 30 not a Chinese, fender twin reverb, JCM 800 HEAD) but for adventure or out for less weight while maintaining a good sound I take this amp ....

Today it is found to OCCAZ to about 400 € AC is really worth ... said this is a model rariscime
wamlechacal01/29/2008

wamlechacal's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 8200 ValveState Bi-Chorus
Hybrid amplifier (transistor, prampli lamp)
2x100W, Chorus and Stereo rverb
2 channels (bright / crunch) and (lead1/lead2) SETTING THE contour with the lead channel!

UTILIZATION

Config ... pretty simple is the marshall ... transistor and then ...
Noise level is one of the best transistor with whom I jou!
And it is far better than Mr. Most recent internship ... MG style sries (marshall)
The grain is the marshall and cheaply! (Because it is no longer manufactured so long OCCAZ only!)

SOUNDS

I play with for the past one and a half years in a group of metal. And implemented by the lack of heat ... I did not blame him!
The clean sounds are quite round and the chorus can bring some depth! (I tend to used all the time ...)
The lead is pretty impressive for a transistor, because thanks to the lamp and its pramp SETTING THE contour can be accder a wide range of the trs (punk / rock / death)
I use it with two in 1922 and ... sending a lot!

OVERALL OPINION

So I use it for a year and a half and for the price, I do not really regret it! (Even if I had changed all the knobs for all HS (12 and knobs ... it's long ...)
I could compare it to the MG 100 dfx home Marshall, Peavy Bandit 112 from home, and two more Hughes & Kettner ... and although he largely Exceeds! The grain is the (compared to the MG ...), and this one is not screaming forcment (Bandit 112), but can you REALLY compare, since it is a hybrid ...