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The Marshall Plexi 1987XL shares the same front and rear panel features as its 100-Watt big brother, the 1959 SLP, yet retains its own distinct personality. Sweet warm singing EL34 sounds are packed into every nook and cranny of this great tone machine. As is the case with the 1959SLP, the 1987X has fittings and hardware as true to the originals as humanly possible, thus ensuring that authentic Marshall Vintage look. The Marshall re-issue models all are faithful reproductions of the originals, which shaped the sound of the electric guitar as we know it. The main characteristic that these amps share is their simplicity of operation and superb natural valve tone. Achieving the beautifully organic and vibrant overdrive which is their trademark, can only be done in one way - crank 'em up! The result is pure, majestic tone uncluttered by unnecessary circuitry. With solos this produces a big, round, warm, sustain, full of classic character. With chord work you get a bark and percussive attack with a natural sounding break up, which allows each note to ring out in a glorious musical crunch. FX Loop Due to high demand, a sonically transparent effects loop has been added to the 1987X model. This circuitry has been designed to not color the guitar sound, so that your tone remains pure. The bypass switch gives you the option of completely removing this circuitry if desired. The effects loop level selector ensures compatibility with rack processors or floor pedals (stomp boxes).
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This Marshall Half Stack with DSL100 Head and MX412A Angled Cab is a powerful amp for players who want their guitar to resonate throughout the room. The all-tube Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier Head offers 100 watts, 2-channels and a feature set that replicates the DSL100 plus upgraded resonance control, studio-quality, digital Reverb and a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch to drop the amp's output power to 50 watts. Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier Head Features 100 Watt Head with 2 Channels (Classic Gain, Ultra Gain) Independent Volume and Gain Controls Per Channel Lead1/Lead2 Modes for Ultra Gain Channel EL34 Valve Power Stage Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence Controls Tone Shift Button Variable Resonance Control Pentode/Triode Switch 2 Custom Voiced Digital Reverb Controls (one for each channel) Footswitch Included (for channel change and reverb on/off) Speaker Outputs For 4/8/16 Ohm Speaker Cabinets The DSL100’s footswitchable Classic Gain and Ultra Channels each boast two modes - Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2 respectively. These will take you from Plexi-style, pristine clean to Marshall JCM800 snarl, hot-rodded 2203, high gain lead and all points in-between. The flexibility of the shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance and Presence) section is increased further by a Mid-Shift button - perfect for modern metal brutality. A Series FX loop on the rear panel (bypassable via an on/off switch) adds to the Marshall DSL100H head's professional flexibility, as does the Pentode (Full Power)/Triode (Half Power) switch which drops the power-amp's output to 50-Watts. It also changes the amp's tonal character as Triode mode produces a smoother, less aggressive sound. Marshall MX412A Speaker Cabinet Features Four Celestion G12E-60 12 inch Speakers Black Covering and White Piping Marshall Logo MDF Construction
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL5C 5-watt guitar combo amp gives you the definitive essence of British tube amps. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall unleashed their all-tube DSL series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL5C combo amplifier fortifies your tone arsenal with the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshalls - in one highly tweakable and portable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL5C's command.Marshall DSL5C 5-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 5-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL5C hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 5-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL5C is an all-tube, twin-channel tone machine capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Three ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with an ECC99 in the power amplifier, you've got power that's ideal for everything from the studio to the bedroom. Sporting the same feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this little beastie with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You still get a Deep switch for defining low-end girth, a rear-panel power switch that reduces the amp's power to a single watt, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL5C sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. With the DSL5C, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 4-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL5C is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL5C 5-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp Features:This combo is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainDeep switch for defining low-end girthTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityRear-panel switch drops the amp's output to a bedroom-friendly single watt10 custom-voiced Celestion Ten-30 speakerIncluded footswitch for channel switchingReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL5C! Guitar Combo Amps
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The Biggest and the Baddest! Pairing the Marshall DSL100 with a Full Stack of an MX412A Angled and MX412B Straight Cab provides a hardcore performing amplifier for players who want to sound Huge! The hard rockin' all-tube Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier is designed for players who want their guitar to be loud and agressive in any venue. The DSL100H offers 100 watts, 2-channels and a feature set that replicates the DSL100 plus upgraded resonance control, studio-quality, digital Reverb and a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch to drop the amp's output power to 50 watts. Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier Head Features 100 Watt Head with 2 Channels (Classic Gain, Ultra Gain) Independent Volume and Gain Controls Per Channel Lead1/Lead2 Modes for Ultra Gain Channel EL34 Valve Power Stage Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence Controls Tone Shift Button Variable Resonance Control Pentode/Triode Switch 2 Custom Voiced Digital Reverb Controls (one for each channel) Footswitch Included (for channel change and reverb on/off) Speaker Outputs For 4/8/16 Ohm Speaker Cabinets The DSL100’s footswitchable Classic Gain and Ultra Channels each boast two modes - Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2 respectively. These will take you from Plexi-style, pristine clean to Marshall JCM800 snarl, hot-rodded 2203, high gain lead and all points in-between. The flexibility of the shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance and Presence) section is increased further by a Mid-Shift button - perfect for modern metal brutality. A Series FX loop on the rear panel (bypassable via an on/off switch) adds to the Marshall DSL100H head's professional flexibility, as does the Pentode (Full Power)/Triode (Half Power) switch which drops the power-amp's output to 50-Watts. It also changes the amp's tonal character as Triode mode produces a smoother, less aggressive sound. Marshall MX412 Speaker Cabinets Feature Four Celestion G12E-60 12 inch Speakers Black Covering and White Piping Marshall Logo MDF Construction
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Guitar Amps - Looking for big Marshall tone in a smaller sized cabinet? The Marshall 1936 is a smaller mono/stereo 2 x 12 cabinet with huge sound. The compact 150-watt Marshall 1936 is the perfect extension cabinet for combos and amp heads. Smooth ABS plastic corners offer excellent protection for your cab's corners, and Marshall's highest quality woodwork includes the 'finger locking' of each and every joint. Want a portable half-stack? The Marshall 1936 guitar speaker cabinet is the solution.Marshall 1936 2 x 12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet :The perfect addition to your ampSonically speaking, nothing compares to a Marshall ampRugged and ready for the roadSmaller in Size OnlyThe Marshall 1936 guitar cab is a wonderful addition to your rig when all you need is another pair of 12-inch speakers! While fully able to handle a full-sized head, the Marshall 1936 can also be used to extend the sound of a Marshall combo amp. Due to its size and mobility, it's seen in clubs, practice halls, and mid-sized tours everywhere. When you need that Marshall sound, but don't need a 4x12 cab, the Marshall 1936 guitar speaker cabinet is perfect!Sonically SuperiorThe only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 (and, in this case, 2x12) cabs are indeed rock 'n' roll history in a stack!Ready For Your Gig - Wherever That Might Be!Roadworthiness is a vital prerequisite in the world of relentless touring and as Marshall's 40 years of cabinet building attests, Marshall cabinets are definitely built to stand the test of time! Their highly skilled craftsmen construct these cabinets from the finest materials available - medium density fiberboard, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware, and the highest quality fittings.Marshall 1936 2 x 12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet Features:Base type cabinetSpeaker: Celestion G12T-75W2 X 12150 WattSelectable Mono/Stereo16 Ohm, 8 OhmBlack grille cloth, white pipingLarge white logoBlack elephant grain vinylMarshall offers a wide range of cabinets that are not only perfect for your needs... they will also last you a lifetime. Guitar Amp Cabinets
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The Marshall DSL100 Half Stack with MX412B Straight Cab offers hard rockin' amplification for players who want their guitar to be loud and agressive in any venue. The all-tube Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier Head offers 100 watts, 2-channels and a feature set that replicates the DSL100 plus upgraded resonance control, studio-quality, digital Reverb and a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch to drop the amp's output power to 50 watts. Marshall DSL100H Dual Super Lead Guitar Amplifier Head Features 100 Watt Head with 2 Channels (Classic Gain, Ultra Gain) Independent Volume and Gain Controls Per Channel Lead1/Lead2 Modes for Ultra Gain Channel EL34 Valve Power Stage Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence Controls Tone Shift Button Variable Resonance Control Pentode/Triode Switch 2 Custom Voiced Digital Reverb Controls (one for each channel) Footswitch Included (for channel change and reverb on/off) Speaker Outputs For 4/8/16 Ohm Speaker Cabinets The DSL100’s footswitchable Classic Gain and Ultra Channels each boast two modes - Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2 respectively. These will take you from Plexi-style, pristine clean to Marshall JCM800 snarl, hot-rodded 2203, high gain lead and all points in-between. The flexibility of the shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance and Presence) section is increased further by a Mid-Shift button - perfect for modern metal brutality. A Series FX loop on the rear panel (bypassable via an on/off switch) adds to the Marshall DSL100H head's professional flexibility, as does the Pentode (Full Power)/Triode (Half Power) switch which drops the power-amp's output to 50-Watts. It also changes the amp's tonal character as Triode mode produces a smoother, less aggressive sound. Marshall MX412B Speaker Cabinet Features Four Celestion G12E-60 12 inch Speakers Black Covering and White Piping Marshall Logo MDF Construction
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Marshall Speaker Cabinets The only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 cabs are indeed 'the business!' Great sound and looks however are not everything. Many years of experience mean that Marshall's speaker cabinets are also built to stand the test of time. Their highly skilled craftsmen construct them from the finest quality materials with precision corner locked joints, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware and the highest quality fittings. The Marshall Stack If one thing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more than anything else it's the Marshall 4x12. Though often imitated, nothing compares with the original. The first 4x12 cab was designed and built by Jim Marshall in 1962. Since then Marshall has made many thousands, which have appeared on stages both large and small all over the world. After the initial success of the Marshall 4x12, it wasn't too long before they designed and built the first stack, where an angled cabinet sits on top of a straight fronted cab, with the amplifier placed on top. This came about after discussions with Pete Townshend of The Who. Pete and Jim Marshall sat down and discussed The Who's requirements for an 8x12 cab with an angled top. This was designed and built, but due to this awesome cab being somewhat cumbersome, only six were ever made. As a result, Marshall came up with the more practical idea of stacking an angled cab on top of a straight fronted model. Thus the famous Marshall stack was born. What happened to the six 8x12 cabs do we hear you ask? Well, two went to Pete Townshend, two went to John Entwhistle and the remaining two went to the Small Faces. The Marshall stack on the other hand has stayed in production ever since and has gone on to become the most recognisable rock 'n' roll icon. As they invented the stack, Marshall 4x12's are the only true originals. Everything else is merely an imitation. Stereo and Speaker Options To ensure the ultimate in flexibility, four of Marshall's standard 4x12's are switchable from mono [4 or 16 Ohms] to stereo [8 Ohms per side]. These are the 1960A/B and 1960AV/BV. Heavy duty castors are fitted as standard to all Marshall full size 4x12's to ensure that these cabinets are ready to roll without rocking. No sharp metal edges or rough fittings - the smooth ABS plastic Marshall corner fits perfectly and offers excellent protection to all eight cabinet corners. Marshall's highest quality woodwork includes the 'corner locking' of each and every joint. This helps give Marshall cabinets the incredible strength and durability which has become as legendary as the Marshall sound itself. Heavy-duty Grab Handles are fitted to all Marshall cabinets. Their tough, ergonomic recessed casing design gives easy access to the bar of the handle without affecting the cabinet's smooth lines.
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL40C 40-watt guitar combo amp gives you the definitive essence of British tubularity. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall presents their new, all-tube DSL Series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL40C Dual Super Lead combo fortifies your tone arsenal with impressive power and the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshals - in one highly tweakable and portable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL40C's command.Marshall DSL40C 40-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 40-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL40C hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 40-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL40C is an all-tube, twin-channel workhorse capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Four ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with two EL34s in the engine room, you've got the volume to rule any club in the world. Sporting the same tube compliment (minus two EL34s) and feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this little beast with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You now get a Resonance control (as opposed to the original's fixed Deep switch), letting you dial in your preferred amount of low-end girth. You also get studio-grade digital Reverb (instead of spring), a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch that drops the amp's power to a studio-friendly 20 watts, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop. Marshall's even included a 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/off.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL40C sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. Each channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectively. With the DSL40C, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL40C is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL40C 40-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp Features:This combo is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainEach channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectivelyHighly effective Resonance control replaces the original's fixed Deep switchTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityStudio-grade digital ReverbRear-panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the amp's output to a studio-friendly 20 wattsBypassable rear-panel Series FX loop12 custom-voiced Celestion 70/80 speakerIncluded 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/offReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL40C! Guitar Combo Amps
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL100H 100-watt guitar amp head gives you the definitive essence of British tubularity. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall presents their new, all-tube DSL Series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL100H Dual Super Lead head fortifies your tone arsenal with fearsome power and the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshals - in one highly tweakable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL100H's command.Marshall DSL100H 100-watt All-tube Guitar Amp Head at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 100-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL100H hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 100-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL100H is an all-tube, twin-channel beast capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Four ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with four EL34s in the engine room, you've got the volume to rule any stage in the world. Sporting, in fact, precisely the same tube compliment and feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this monster with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You now get a Resonance control (as opposed to the original's fixed Deep switch), letting you dial in your preferred amount of low-end girth. You also get studio-grade digital Reverb (instead of spring), a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch that drops the amp's power to a club-and-studio-friendly 50 watts, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop. Marshall's even included a 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/off.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL100H sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. Each channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectively. With the DSL100H, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL100H is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL100H 100-watt All-tube Guitar Amp Head Features:This beast is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainEach channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectivelyHighly effective Resonance control replaces the original's fixed Deep switchTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityStudio-grade digital ReverbRear-panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the amp's output to a club-and-studio-friendly 50 wattsBypassable rear-panel Series FX loopIncluded 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/offReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL100H! Guitar Amp Heads
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL15C 15-watt guitar combo amp gives you the definitive essence of British tubularity. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall presents their new, all-tube DSL Series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL15C Dual Super Lead combo fortifies your tone arsenal with the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshals - in one highly tweakable and portable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL15C's command.Marshall DSL15C 15-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 15-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL15C hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 15-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL15C is an all-tube, twin-channel tone machine capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Four ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with two 6V6s in the engine room, you've got power that's ideal for everything from the studio to the bedroom. Sporting the same feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this little beastie with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You still get a Deep switch for defining low-end girth, but you also get studio-grade digital Reverb (instead of spring), a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch that halves the amp's power to a bedroom-friendly 7.5 watts, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop. Marshall's even included a 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/off.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL15C sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. With the DSL15C, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 4-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL15C is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL15C 15-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp Features:This combo is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainDeep switch for defining low-end girthTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityStudio-grade digital ReverbRear-panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the amp's output to a bedroom-friendly 7.5 watts12 custom-voiced Celestion speakerIncluded 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/offReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL15C! Guitar Combo Amps
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The Marshall JVM410H is the foundation of Rock The JVM Series 100 Watt, Valve-driven power stage is built on the classic design responsible for the legendary Marshall roar found in the JCM800, 2203 and plexi Super Lead amplifiers-a timeless foundation for countless classic rock and metal guitar tones for over four decades. Featuring a quartet of EL34 valves, this peerless design has been expertly crafted to compliment the extraorinary wealth of tones found in the JVM. Limited Edition British Racing Green Features : Wrapped in a British Racing Green vinyl wrap by Marshall Custom Shop Same great features of the original ’Limited Edition’ badge on both head and cab Classic brown grille cloth for a great vintage vibe Vintage style block Marshall logo A very limited number of this finish being produced The Marshall Stack If one thing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more than anything else it's the Marshall 4x12. Though often imitated, nothing compares with the original. The first 4x12 cab was designed and built by Jim Marshall in 1962. Since then Marshall has made many thousands, which have appeared on stages both large and small all over the world. After the initial success of the Marshall 4x12, it wasn't too long before Marshall designed and built the first stack, where an angled cabinet sits on top of a straight fronted cab, with the amplifier placed on top. This came about after discussions with Pete Townshend of The Who. Pete and Jim Marshall sat down and discussed The Who's requirements for an 8x12 cab with an angled top. This was designed and built, but due to this awesome cab being somewhat cumbersome, only six were ever made. As a result, Marshall came up with the more practical idea of stacking an angled cab on top of a straight fronted model. Thus the famous Marshall stack was born. What happened to the six 8x12 cabs do we hear you ask? Well, two went to Pete Townshend, two went to John Entwhistle and the remaining two went to the Small Faces. The Marshall stack on the other hand has stayed in production ever since and has gone on to become the most recognisable rock 'n' roll icon. As they literally invented the stack, Marshall 4x12's are the only true originals. Everything else is merely an imitation. Marshall Speaker Cabinets The only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 cabs are indeed the business! Great sound and looks however are not everything. Many years of experience mean that Marshall's speaker cabinets are also built to stand the test of time. Marshall's highly skilled craftsmen construct them from the finest quality materials with precision corner locked joints, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware and the highest quality fittings. Stereo and Speaker Options To ensure the ultimate in flexibility, four of the standard 4x12's are switchable from mono [4 or 16 Ohms] to stereo [8 Ohms per side]. These are the 1960A/B and 1960AV/BV. All of the stereo/mono 4x12's are perfect for use with stereo rack systems. Heavy duty castors are fitted as standard to all Marshall full size 4x12's to ensure that these cabinets are ready to roll without rocking. No
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