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Marshall VS100RH
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Marshall VS100RH

Hybrid Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the ValveState II series.

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Moa Moa
Published on 09/13/05 at 14:01
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fairly complete

UTILIZATION

Use child but no volume button on the clean (only one gain)

SOUNDS

An amplifier for metalheads that I am separated (€ 390 for a complete 1992 model), it is hyper saturated dug convincing, but ineffective for any other application. The clean sound is very dynamic and is sorely lacking in harmonics. The nuances of the game are systematically crushed, but in fact I tried the jcm 2000 (100w combo) very expensive and in fact it does not have much more dynamic in the clear, much less than amps beacoup cheaper.
In concert at the time when I was hardcore I was often commended for my sound. Even donf, the machine did not move (but the ears ...)

OVERALL OPINION

A great tool not just expensive but versatile
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