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Marshall ValveState 2000 AVT user reviews

  • Marshall AVT275

    Marshall AVT275 - "I use this amp daily!... But It's not a tube. It's a solid state"


    Marshall's Avt275 is a "ValveState" amp. "ValveState" is a cool word for an amp that has a valve pre amp and a solid state power amp. Basically, it is just a solid state that sorta-kinda-almost-sometimes emulates a tube amp. It has a clean channel…

  • Marshall AVT150

    Marshall AVT150 - "Flexible and quality sounding amp"


    The Marshall AVT150 amp utilises 'Advanced Valvestate Technology' which basically means it's a combination of a valve/tube amp and a solid state amp. It delivers 150watts of power and has connections for an external footswitch, 2 external speaker inp…

  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Decent combo amp"


    This amplifier is a combo amp made by Marshall. It's part of Marshall's Valvestate series, which means that it's supposed to sound like a tube amp but use solid-state technology. This is a common feature that has been happening from the early 90s onw…

  • Marshall AVT100

    Marshall AVT100 - "Good for practice"


    This amp is one of Marshall's amp modeling digital amps that has three channels and a pretty good tone for practicing. This amp is another one in the line of amp modeling that tried its best to keep up with real tube amps but never can quite match th…

  • Marshall AVT50H

    Marshall AVT50H - "Not Marshall's best"


    This is a cheap amp from Marshal in just about ever way. The tone is thin and fizzy at best an the overall feel of the amp is sub par. This amp doesn't have the feel of what you would think when they claim the tube feeling of the amp. The power secti…

  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Just junk"


    This amp is pretty much just junk. Marshall seems to put out these low end cheap amps and rotate the model numbers every few years or so. They have since discontinued this amp and think is replaced by the MG series amps. If you are simply going f…

  • Marshall AVT412A

    Marshall AVT412A - frankP_en's review


    The Marshall AVT412 200W 4x12 Cabinet. Handles a lot of power and tone. I've had my cabinet for 6 months now. They are discontinued now. It always seems like the stuff you just buy, becomes discontinued. Either way, a very good, dependable cabinet. T…

  • Marshall AVT50H

    Marshall AVT50H - frankP_en's review


    The Marshall AVT50H is value state guitar head. 115watts input with a 50w RMS output. At first you think that it's not a lot of power but it's enough for a live show and to record with. I used this at a club venue and it kicked out some good tones. I…

  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Marshall AVT50 Combo"


    I've been gigging for about 20 years. I play heavy electric blues. I run both an SSS strat with 3x Dimarzio H2s in a single coil mode and another HH strat with 2x PAF Humbuckers. My rig is pretty simple relying only on a wah, boost, compression, an…

  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Marshall AVT50 Combo"


    I'm in my second coming as a guitarist as my son is nearly tenage and getting more independent, so the wife and I have more time for our little "obsessions". I play mainly blues and have been mainly influenced by Eric Clapton,JJ Cale amongst others …