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Marshall 2068 Artiste [1971-1978]
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the Artiste series.

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  • voxac30avoxac30a

    You plug, you send ...

    Marshall 2068 Artiste [1971-1978]Published on 06/06/12 at 14:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All 100W Lamp: 4 X 4 X 12AX7 + EL34
    2 independent channels an acute and a more serious with each other
    2 inputs per channel
    Reverb + Presence

    The configuration is not made out a sound that twists, it's straight and clear ...

    UTILIZATION

    You plug, you send ...
    You move a knob and it is beautiful anyway ...

    The reverb transformer, is not the original hit that buzz a little when we put a lot ...
    But I do not like the reverb ...

    on the other hand, this is a portable mover ...

    SOUNDS

    Basically I do not break too much with the head is kind of amp, I do everything thoroughly:
    The cabinet is not the original model that should be open (His clear obligation …
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    All 100W Lamp: 4 X 4 X 12AX7 + EL34
    2 independent channels an acute and a more serious with each other
    2 inputs per channel
    Reverb + Presence

    The configuration is not made out a sound that twists, it's straight and clear ...

    UTILIZATION

    You plug, you send ...
    You move a knob and it is beautiful anyway ...

    The reverb transformer, is not the original hit that buzz a little when we put a lot ...
    But I do not like the reverb ...

    on the other hand, this is a portable mover ...

    SOUNDS

    Basically I do not break too much with the head is kind of amp, I do everything thoroughly:
    The cabinet is not the original model that should be open (His clear obligation ...)
    So with the closed, inevitably, it compresses,
    This allows me to put it back without dying the first notes ...
    (Ears protected of course, I'm not stupid non-plus)
    which allows to appreciate all its made for taking his ...
    Less strong, the sound is obviously also magically vintage ...

    The cabinet is an original ballfe higher than the "classic" with an opening at the top between the 2 HP, which should give them more "slamming" (I guess) ...

    I play a G & L ASAT Classic and a TS9 (occasionally),
    but take my word for it) with a Les Paul Standard, is to cry so beautiful ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use really since one month, because I just did revise and change the power tubes ...

    I try a lot and my favorite remains the Marshall JCM800 (no 900 2000 or out of pity)

    For the price, this is my first amp so "yes" ...
    This is not the sound that I'm dreaming, but it's great fun to make it sound ...
    I have a VOX AC30TB, my next will be a twin, and a 800 ...
    What Else?

    Plus: Sound
    The Cons: weight, but I do not want to do so in concert, no less ...
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  • golgothonegolgothone

    his excellent vintage

    Marshall 2068 Artiste [1971-1978]Published on 04/19/11 at 08:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All tube amp: 4 x 12AX7 and 4 x EL34
    by jack connectors
    100 W
    2 channels: 1 serious, acute, and the 2nd flight + reverb same thing
    2 inputs per channel

    UTILIZATION

    simplissime

    SOUNDS

    typed sounds hendrix, blues etc and even attacking the metal inputs

    OVERALL OPINION

    from 82, with some infidelity for another marshall, a mesa, a jc120 an orange head
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