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Marshall Vintage Modern 2266H
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Marshall Vintage Modern 2266H

Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the Vintage Modern series.

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«  Nice ... but too much! »

Publié le 02/24/10 à 08:09
Value For Money : Correct
Firstly, I want to say that this head was plugged into the generic box marshall (mounted celestion G12T-75), and this box is 2 1 manufactured no matter how horribly wrong person regardless of what branch to (except my bassman).
So this test does not reflect the actual sound quality of modern vintage, I've heard in a common box (literally much better overall result).
This demonstrates once more the importance of the last link in the chain, the loudspeaker. If I had to buy it, I spit a few euros needed for the combo version, one less worry and ensuring a good result (when the volume, do not worry you, but then no!)
Feature, it uses KT88 power (like jimi limited 100w) which gives more smooth and safe for serious, good for our ears as usual the EL34 are acidic.

Monochannel yes, but not that much of the time you do not spend the big game saturax ultra clean, versatile enough even though I'd say.

Funny it works a bit like the original SansAmp, with a gain preamp and power amp gain (here named body and detail) but the comparison stops there the SansAmp is much better!
I'm not going to make friends eh ... Returning to Marshall.

What it sorely needs is a lamp to adjust the current, at this price and this vintage-can claim I do not understand his absence, especially since it is very easy to install a pedestal bridge diodes place just in case.

Finally, as it is not bad, you have to play strong enough to breathe that sound (too loud in fact, typical) but this is very usable. The trouble is that pushing the body is gathered primarily from the inaccuracy in the sound, not great. So not so modern.
For the vintage as I hate 1987x 1974x and I will not, well almost the VM is quite far from that sound, too fat too tranparent in the midrange.

Bof reverb, low volume would be nice if the amp was too ...

In short I do not buy, but I think all marshall 2décennies tested the VM is usable, and roundness KT88 is nice. A good product, well above the brothel multichannel home to my opinion!

UTILIZATION

See above

SOUNDS

See above, especially the very first paragraph

OVERALL OPINION

Difficult at present to sort the wheat from the chaff as the offer price is great until we had nothing and suddenly it was too much!
Jet City offers better question saturation rock Bugera rocks the house with its 1990 and 333, etc..

What is interesting about Marshall is the diversity of their tender lights, Haze, MA, and all the others, they have even started copying line6! Modeling is a few models more power tubes, proof that it works right? But anyway, copy cloning experts amp is a little cat chasing its tail ... (that's mmmal!)

Amp unpretentious, which sounds quite nice, and can wake up the world three miles away (and I speak only of the 50 watts! Are crazy).

Value for money I would say correct.
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