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#1 OFFLINE   Gmountain

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Posted Jun. 13 2018 - 09:12 PM

This baby is loud! 40 watts of Marshall goodness.  Made in England. Only $350!!

 

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EL84 power tubes on the DSL401
12AX7 preamp tubes
Deep Switch - adds a tuned (resonant) bass boost, increasing bottom end thud that can't be emulated by a simple EQ network.
Presence Control - Adds higher frequencies creating crispness and bite in the power stage.
Tone Shift - Push this in and turn down the Middle control for the 'scooped' tone used in metal styles.
Effects Loop Series fx loop with +4 and -10 switching for adding external rack or stompbox effects. As a general rule, you'll want to run ambience and modulation effects through the loop and gain, compressors and wah's through the front of the amp. But as always, try both and see what works best for you. This applies to all fx loops in all Marshall amps.
Reverb - DSLs feature separate reverb controls for blending the perfect ambient tone.

Classic Gain Clean Channel
The Classic Gain Clean channel will take you from sparkling clean sound rich in harmonics to a controlled, beefy 1959SLP Plexi style crunch by turning up the gain. Like a true Marshall, it's capable of a clean with a little break up as a player digs into the string or varies the volume on his guitar. (Plexi users include: Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Angus Young, Eric Johnson, Eddie Van Halen, and Jimmy Page to name a very few of a very long list.) This channel is great for Blues, rock, country, chicken pickin' and funk without even going to channel 2! Crunch mode will take you up to a stock JCM800 2203 style grind which stays loud and tight with just enough punch for leads or rhythms to cut through a band. (JCM800 users include: Kerry King, Zakk Wylde, Buddy Guy, and almost every '80s hard rock/metal band)

Marshall Lead 1
The Ultra Gain Lead 1 gives an open high gain crunch, similar to a hot-rodded JCM800 model 2203. It takes up where crunch mode left off. Brutal rhythm sounds, but lower the amp gain and you'll achieve a Stevie Ray Vaughn or Gary Moore type tone.

Marshall Lead 2
Lead 2 gives a boosted tone with even more gain (pure metal meltdown.) This channel has the same tone controls as the Lead 1 mode, but with a lot more gain and compression to play searing guitar lines with. It will still clean up with lower gain settings or by rolling off the volume on your guitar, but when the gain is cranked, the dynamics and response will follow every note without blurring. With slow legato lines, the amazing sustain will bloom into controlled violin-like feedback hanging on as long as you want.

 

Pick up only in Florida, but it's a good deal if you are in the area.




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#2 OFFLINE   MadeInUSA

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Posted Jun. 14 2018 - 09:57 AM

This baby is loud! 40 watts of Marshall goodness.  Made in England. Only $350!!
 
u8PSKRpm.jpg
 
EL84 power tubes on the DSL401
12AX7 preamp tubes
Deep Switch - adds a tuned (resonant) bass boost, increasing bottom end thud that can't be emulated by a simple EQ network.
Presence Control - Adds higher frequencies creating crispness and bite in the power stage.
Tone Shift - Push this in and turn down the Middle control for the 'scooped' tone used in metal styles.
Effects Loop Series fx loop with +4 and -10 switching for adding external rack or stompbox effects. As a general rule, you'll want to run ambience and modulation effects through the loop and gain, compressors and wah's through the front of the amp. But as always, try both and see what works best for you. This applies to all fx loops in all Marshall amps.
Reverb - DSLs feature separate reverb controls for blending the perfect ambient tone.

Classic Gain Clean Channel
The Classic Gain Clean channel will take you from sparkling clean sound rich in harmonics to a controlled, beefy 1959SLP Plexi style crunch by turning up the gain. Like a true Marshall, it's capable of a clean with a little break up as a player digs into the string or varies the volume on his guitar. (Plexi users include: Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Angus Young, Eric Johnson, Eddie Van Halen, and Jimmy Page to name a very few of a very long list.) This channel is great for Blues, rock, country, chicken pickin' and funk without even going to channel 2! Crunch mode will take you up to a stock JCM800 2203 style grind which stays loud and tight with just enough punch for leads or rhythms to cut through a band. (JCM800 users include: Kerry King, Zakk Wylde, Buddy Guy, and almost every '80s hard rock/metal band)

Marshall Lead 1
The Ultra Gain Lead 1 gives an open high gain crunch, similar to a hot-rodded JCM800 model 2203. It takes up where crunch mode left off. Brutal rhythm sounds, but lower the amp gain and you'll achieve a Stevie Ray Vaughn or Gary Moore type tone.

Marshall Lead 2
Lead 2 gives a boosted tone with even more gain (pure metal meltdown.) This channel has the same tone controls as the Lead 1 mode, but with a lot more gain and compression to play searing guitar lines with. It will still clean up with lower gain settings or by rolling off the volume on your guitar, but when the gain is cranked, the dynamics and response will follow every note without blurring. With slow legato lines, the amazing sustain will bloom into controlled violin-like feedback hanging on as long as you want.
 
Pick up only in Florida, but it's a good deal if you are in the area.


Good luck on the sale!


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