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Marshall user reviews

  • Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V

    Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V - "Hard to break"


    40W amp with tube preamp and solid-state power amp. 2 channels: clean and boost with EQ each (bass/mid/treb for clean and bass/treb for boost) 1 gain control on each channel (which works as a volume control on the clean channel) 1 Contour co…

  • Marshall DSL50

    Marshall DSL50 - "Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 50 good for the money"


    Marshall really took a big step up from the JCM 900 series with the JCM 2000. 50 watts and lots of versatility make this a very nice amp for the money.Two winged C EL34 power tubes came stock and all Marshall preamps. Comes with two channels and al…

  • Marshall 1960B [1990-Current]

    Marshall 1960B [1990-Current] - "Solid Rock Projections, but overhyped?"


    I acquired this can in the late nineties. I ran this can for about ten years before selling it off (more on that later). My musical stylings were varied over the years: hard rock, metal, pop, punk, rock, atmospheric...but mostly aggressive and loud. …

  • Marshall TSL100

    Marshall TSL100 - "In the shop all the time"


    Here's a tube monster that I was totally psyched to acquire. I was able to get a great deal through my local shop, so I ordered a brand new one, right from the factory to the store and I was there to open the shipment. This is a 3 channel 100 watt be…

  • Marshall 1960BV

    Marshall 1960BV - "Very underrated cab"


    Ok, so Marshall 1960A cabs are literally everywhere. You can find them in probably every major city in the world. But, the 1960B cabs are a lot less prevalent for some reason. I actually much prefer the B cabs because of their straight baffle. They t…

  • Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue

    Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue - "Faithful reissue of the classic. "


    1 Channel, 100 watts, 4 EL34's, Standard EQ section with master volume, FX loop with true bypass switch, 4/ 8/ 16 ohm speaker out selector UTILIZATION The JCM800 should need to introduction. There are so many amps based off of its design, it's not…

  • Marshall 1960A JCM800 Lead

    Marshall 1960A JCM800 Lead - "Classic cab that can be had for cheap!!!"


    I am almost positive that the Marshal 1960A cabinet is the most prevalent speaker cabinet on the planet. I myself, have owned 6 or 7 of them over the last few years. Sure, they may not be as refined as other cabs out there, but nothing says rock like…

  • Marshall 1960TV

    Marshall 1960TV - "Great cab, but somewhat pricey"


    I have owned a ton of speaker cabinets in my day. I currently own 6 4x12's, 3 of them being Marshall. The 1960TV is a great cabinet. It looks amazing with it's 'blues breaker' like grille cloth and small logo. If you didn't know, the 1960TV's and 196…

  • Marshall 8080 Valvestate 80V

    Marshall 8080 Valvestate 80V - "Not a bad Marshall. It was OK - but NOT a JCM800. "


    Solid state, 80 watts of power (too much for a 1x12, imho). 2 Channels, one which is tube preamp'ed for gain. I don't remember if it had a cab / out jack... I might have mod'ed mine with one if I remember correctly. 1x12 Celestion speaker, white …

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "Great Amp"


    I recently picked up this amp on Ebay for a little over 200 dollars. A damn good deal. The serial number denotes it was made in 1998 and I’m cool with that.…very cool. I like older women, guitars, Harleys and amps. I don’t want to start a rush to buy…