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Marshall 3310 Mosfet Mini Stack [1988-1991]
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  • sam66sam66

    Marshall 3310 Mosfet Mini Stack [1988-1991]Published on 12/23/08 at 07:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All transistor
    100 watts
    2 output jacks for speaker (1x4 ohms 2x8ohms; 2x16ohms.) + A + mono effects loop with a line-SETTING THE volume.
    2 channels: clean and distortion + rverbe one common to both channels.
    gnrale volume + and volume rverbe personal channel.
    simple and basic.
    branch in two bodies Marshall 4 * 10 even when its growth, but its many serious dlivre a little too mushy for my taste, but must do so in the ears beginners

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple
    one volume per channel + one master and one rverbe.
    clean: dass, mid, high, + volume.
    disto: presence, volume, gain.
    the manual I know there must be a rather simple but it's good ... argl!

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    All transistor
    100 watts
    2 output jacks for speaker (1x4 ohms 2x8ohms; 2x16ohms.) + A + mono effects loop with a line-SETTING THE volume.
    2 channels: clean and distortion + rverbe one common to both channels.
    gnrale volume + and volume rverbe personal channel.
    simple and basic.
    branch in two bodies Marshall 4 * 10 even when its growth, but its many serious dlivre a little too mushy for my taste, but must do so in the ears beginners

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple
    one volume per channel + one master and one rverbe.
    clean: dass, mid, high, + volume.
    disto: presence, volume, gain.
    the manual I know there must be a rather simple but it's good ... argl!

    6 / 10 parcequ'avoir only sound is rather difficult to correct the style.

    SOUNDS

    The style of guitar hero era WAS bottom lines and yet I was unable TODAY door ... but hey we had heard this noise and I could do was the era well we heard it ....
    play two epiphone, a strat-style and his style gibson amp sounded lg respected the sounds of guitars, the sounds without too dnatur the medium volume.

    the clean is not too flashy, the bass mid and hight rglages + its volume has little effective pressure ie at high volume means more too much diffrence if we adjust the lgrement knobs bass take over.

    the distortion with: prsence gain and another volume knob is a bit tight.
    dlivre its best a good crunch, this amp is not so young not expect to play with the neo ...

    5 / 10 due to see it!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I was bought about 15 years ago I knew nothing I saw it I MARSHALL essay is 10 minutes and I was taken with the 2000 francs pregnant It was right my budget He served me more power amp for my multi-effects than traditional tand amply but hey I is profit.
    very good report quality price! (Mates with the overwhelming power 100 w for 2000 francs to the era I was happy!).
    I do not Rasht this amp now it's on, but for beginners its a small price little aid for some years.

    6 / 10 just because it has not reasonably demand that miracles should amp for beginners or guitarsite in search of a crunch Troops expensive with no power, though ....
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  • JPVIANORJPVIANOR

    Marshall 3310 Mosfet Mini Stack [1988-1991]Published on 12/20/09 at 10:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I tried this amp is a few minutes. but it is a pleasure to play on an amp older than me!

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    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?

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    all MOSFET,

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    What connection?

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    input, two speaker outputs 4-8-16 ohm output has the rear with rglage output level.

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    What is the power dlivre?

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    100W
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    What rglages the effects? ...

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    A good rverbe

    UTILIZATION

    You can find the manual on the net, but rather summary provides useful information.

    Rgler for the sound, I think it takes a little while. There is a setting of boost, gain setting and with a push-pull of a setting equalizer. …
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    I tried this amp is a few minutes. but it is a pleasure to play on an amp older than me!

    <ul class="ul">

    What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?

    </ul>

    all MOSFET,

    <ul class="ul">

    What connection?

    </ul>

    input, two speaker outputs 4-8-16 ohm output has the rear with rglage output level.

    <ul class="ul">

    What is the power dlivre?

    </ul>

    100W
    <ul class="ul">

    What rglages the effects? ...

    </ul>

    A good rverbe

    UTILIZATION

    You can find the manual on the net, but rather summary provides useful information.

    Rgler for the sound, I think it takes a little while. There is a setting of boost, gain setting and with a push-pull of a setting equalizer.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is surprising for a transistor. One can easily get out in a mix. Me who makes the metal I think we can get out of a sound rather aggressive, but the amp is, however, is good for rock / hard rock

    Cot's, I went out the ultimate sound (for me eh ....) with a disto Metal Monster. The grain on a baffle 1960 is really violent, like a lot. on the other hand, this amp lacks bass guitar hero, quite cruelly.
    Even without the pedal for distortion, with a copy and a seymour SG HS8, the amp ragi well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Playing on a peavey tripleXXX with in room 6505 on a CSPR baffle 1960, a Mesa Dual Rectifier. before I was playing on the transistor with a head and cabinet warp7 of Hugh and Kettner, I find this very good head.

    That's the kind of occz that I have found when I started looking for amp 2 bodies ... This head will delight a young for a first real amp, for the RPTE and the first concerts!
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