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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the DSL 2012 series.

Public price: $840 incl. VAT
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  • pierrot36pierrot36

    opinion very reserved about buying

    Marshall DSL15CPublished on 10/01/14 at 05:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    SEE DATASHEET
    Chinese sturdy construction but fragile knobs like all marshalls
    540 euros

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, powerful enough by repeating and not very heavy, that's why I bought it and especially to avoid wearing my mesa 30kg by repeating!
    as a back can not be repaired lol idiot, trairement to an amp
    amp drive of about 15kg

    SOUNDS

    correct sounds without value but nothing special!
    I find very clear any channel!
    we arrive at slightly cruncher build on the clean channel but with a humbucker guitar or type SG
    So for sound acdc on clean channel, as shown in marshall, I doubt it! anyway!
    channel gain largemetn with enough gain!
    I play mainly sligh…
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    SEE DATASHEET
    Chinese sturdy construction but fragile knobs like all marshalls
    540 euros

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, powerful enough by repeating and not very heavy, that's why I bought it and especially to avoid wearing my mesa 30kg by repeating!
    as a back can not be repaired lol idiot, trairement to an amp
    amp drive of about 15kg

    SOUNDS

    correct sounds without value but nothing special!
    I find very clear any channel!
    we arrive at slightly cruncher build on the clean channel but with a humbucker guitar or type SG
    So for sound acdc on clean channel, as shown in marshall, I doubt it! anyway!
    channel gain largemetn with enough gain!
    I play mainly slight crunch or supported

    OVERALL OPINION

    amp daily work alone, automatic standby !! at the beginning, I was scared!
    Use low volume at home
    I just bring mine from my dealer after two months of low usage
    cuts his untimely after 1 hour of play !! is a once hot amp (phenomenon observed over 1 week) as if you went into standby automatically !!
    problem I do not know, especially !! defective lamps or components
    may be I found defective amp, I do not know, I expect that will tell me MARSHALL
    heureuesement it's not in group and concert !!
    So for reliability, some work!
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  • RauzeRauze

    not bad

    Marshall DSL15CPublished on 03/11/14 at 02:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lamps

    15 watts

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use

    SOUNDS

    For sound, the sound is clear, saturated sound but also ultra modern. I opted for option BB preamp on the clean channel that allows a less saturated sound. For gain, we put two and can do almost the Zack Wylde ... Frankly it is too.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am very satisfied. No breath, good sound, light, usable at home (except saturated channel power rises very quickly).
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