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  • Marshall DSL401

    Marshall DSL401 - "Full Marshall Sound. "


    I traded a Fender Bass Amp for this. The bass amp had a value of $400. Since I never played the bass, I believe I came out on top. This amp is awesome. And every one of my friends that hear it can't believe the full marshall sound that comes out …

  • Marshall DSL40C

    Marshall DSL40C - "The best Marshall in a long time, a very versatile tone monster and a future classic"


    I play mainly progressive rock and fusion however I also amuse myself with classic rock, blues and metal. This DSL40c came after a long string of amps, most of them good in their own right, that for one reason or another did not meet my requirements.…

  • Marshall JCM602 [1997-2000]

    Marshall JCM602 [1997-2000] - "It rocks" has images


    It's a tube amplifier with two EL34 power tubes and four 12AX7 for the preamp section. Power is 60W, can rock really hard when pushed. 2 Celestion Heritage speakers which work very well with it, great sound dispersion, I'd even say the sound is bett…

  • Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992]

    Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992] - "Brilliant"


    I'm primarily a rock and blues guitarist, and my co-guitarist and I maintain what you'd call a "roving line of trade credit," but I ended up trading him about $600 worth of gear for it (don't worry, he knew the amp's value!) and I can say, quite lite…

  • Marshall DSL5C

    Marshall DSL5C - "Very good Marshall amp for home use, even it if has a couple of weaknesses"


    This amp produces some splendid clean sounds. Channel 1: It has a very good clean sound, not thick, not hyper-warm but, it's very clean and very nice. Plus, you can have a very good and powerful crunch if you push it. You could say it's for blue…

  • Marshall DSL5C

    Marshall DSL5C - "A small bombshell"


    All-tube amp Very good sound in 1w mode, not to mention the 5w mode. Very easy to dial in. USE It's very easy to find a good sound and, coupled with an effects pedal, it's magical. SOUND I have a lespaul custom 77 CS3 london's burning…

  • Marshall DSL5C

    Marshall DSL5C - "Good amp"


    All-tube amp with switchable output power (5 Watts or 0.5 Watts) and 2 channels. 1 headphone jack, 1 mp3 player jack, 1 footswitch. 3-band equalizer. 1 effects loop. 1 speaker output The mp3 input doesn't work unless you connect your headphones. V…

  • Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]

    Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999] - "Rediscover it!"


    100W tube combo (mine has 3 x 12AX7 and 4 x EL34, but there are also versions with 6L6), switchable to 50W. One input, one non-switchable effects loop with adjustable level, 2 speaker outputs (8 and 4/16 ohms), one direct line output and one with am…

  • Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992]

    Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992] - "A pocket JCM800"


    Single-channel 15W amp Tubes: 2 x 6V6GT for the power stage and 2 x ECC83 /12AX7 for the preamp. Speaker: Marshall Celestion Vintage 30 (12 inches) 60W / 8Ohms, specially developed for this combo. Gain, treble, middle, bass, output level controls.…

  • Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]

    Marshall 4102 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999] - "Classy!"


    It's an all-tube Marshall (3 X 12AX7 for the preamp and 4 EL34 for the power stage) that delivers 100 watts (switchable to 50 watts). It has 2 channels, with volume, gain and reverb control each. The EQ is common to both channels (Low, medium, trebl…