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  • Marshall AVT150

    Marshall AVT150 - "Marshall AVT150"

    05/24/02

    i bought this from a local music shop for about 1200 after tax (canadian). This amp is amazing, it packs alot of power and it can leave you playing with the effects and channels for hours even if you dont know more than a chord or two. This amp can…

  • Marshall AVT50H

    Marshall AVT50H - "Marshall AVT50 Head"

    05/24/02

    I traded in my VS100RH for it at Noah's music in Yuma because I needed something better for recording. TIGHT punchy vintage metal overdrive -much tighter than the VS100RH. Straight forward setup. Excellent, warm sounding clean and reverb. Gain swit…

  • Marshall MG15DFX

    Marshall MG15DFX - "Marshall MG15DFX"

    05/24/02

    Purchased this unit online from a well known wholesaler for about $165, including shipping. I wanted a "bedroom" practice amp to play my Epi Les Paul through. Actually, I like everything about the amp, it's quite a bit more versatile than I expecte…

  • Marshall AVT50H

    Marshall AVT50H - "Marshall AVT50 head"

    04/19/02

    i bought it from the Gutar Amp and Keyboard centers website for £250 (www.gak.co.uk) great tone at all volumes. loads of gain and great crisp clean tone, perfect for all styles. the C.D imput doesnt work very well and it is very heavy. amazing, th…

  • Marshall AVT275

    Marshall AVT275 - "Marshall AVT275"

    04/15/02

    I acquired this amp from Guitar Center in Cleveland - $899. I was looking for an amp and pedal effects that was more portable than my 8 space rack and 5150 head and 4x12 cabinet. My combo amp selection was narrowed down to the Fender Pro Chorus. …

  • Marshall 2210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

    Marshall 2210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] - "Marshall JCM 800 2210"

    04/14/02

    Bought new in 1987, $1,200 for head ($600 each for both cabinets) The most flexible Marshall ever made, clean channel has it's own tone section, boost channel (distorted) has its own tone section. This is the ONLY true dual channel Marshall ever off…

  • Marshall DSL50

    Marshall DSL50 - "Marshall JCM 2000 Head and Stack"

    04/08/02

    i went to the shop looked around and bought it. i got it in russles music shop in cork in ireland. i paid £1300 irish pounds for the head and cab.i got it because my other amp packed in. the tone out of the cab on the clean channel is exceptional. w…

  • Marshall G80RCD

    Marshall G80RCD - "Marshall MG-80RCD"

    04/06/02

    I bought my Marshall on the Musician's Friend website, and paid $390 USD, and it came with a free cover. I really like this amp, and I haven't had any problems with it. It has 80 watts of power @ 8 ohms with 2 channels. CLean and Crunch on this 1st …

  • Marshall Rock Kit

    Marshall Rock Kit - "Marshall Rocket Special Rock Kit"

    03/30/02

    me and my son who has just started playin went down to the local shop(dawsons music in the uk) and i seen the package it comes with. a Korg GA20 tuner, a gig bag and strap with Marshall logos a pick holder, a spare set of strings, and Marshall picks…

  • Marshall VS15R

    Marshall VS15R - "Marshall VS15R"

    03/25/02

    My Dad bought this one for me for £90 in Thetford for Christmas You get alot for your money the clean is exerlent for a 15w and is a true example of how Marshall bring the standard up. The distortion is so crisp and sharp and it has alot of power …

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