Now you can get a Marshall DSL100MLB amplifier head and 2 MC412 cabinets together in a single full stack. It's one sweet setup.DSL100MLB head:The Marshall DSL100MLB Amp Headl dishes up all the gain yo... Click To Read More About This Product
Now you can get a Marshall DSL100MLB amplifier head and 2 MC412 cabinets together in a single full stack. It's one sweet setup.
The Marshall DSL100MLB Amp Headl dishes up all the gain you'll ever need. This version of the DSL100 amp has black piping and smooth levant vinyl exterior with the look and texture of smooth, large-grain leather to match your Marshall MC412 speaker cabinet. Features Classic Gain and Ultra Gain channels, both with 2 modes that can take you from warm, clean tube tones to the souped-up threshold of sonic danger. A Deep switch adds a resonant bass boost for a meatier bottom end and a Tone Shift scoops out the mid frequencies making the DSL100MLB and ideal amp for heavy metal tones. Reverb controls for each channel adjust the 'verb where you need it. Rear panel features include the usual speaker outputs, effects loop, and 2 footswitch jacks for changing channels and switching reverb in and out (footswitch included). This Marshall amp delivers 100W of power and includes 4 ECC83 preamp tubes and 4 EL34 power amp tubes.
The Marshall MC412 speaker cab's 200W of power handling, combined with the same flexible Mono/Stereo switching of the 1960 cabinets, means it handles any Marshall guitar amp head with ease. Marshall recommends using 4 Ohms for getting full power out of the MG and AVT heads, while the 16 Ohm setting is preferable for use with Marshall tube heads.
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Just got the head and the slant speaker and am waiting for the the bottom cabinet. This is a big step over my Carivn stack from back'96 that I will sell. I play blues. This is supposed to be a metal amp maybe but, the sound I get out of it is just what I wish I had since '96. Marshall rocks the blues! For me anyway. Made in England none of this made in China things here and I am glad I spent more money. Buy this stack!!!
Still love my JCM 2000, It rocks. Iv'e had mine for years and it's still going strong. Loud and proud. I run mine through a 1960a cab. The new models do not have the white piping though. But still the same amp. The clean is awesome, dirty channel is hot. the lead channel kicks butt. You can pull off alot of different styles of music with it. If you need more then run pedals, My tech told me there isn't much difference between this and the JCM 900. Tonally similar. Great amp !!!!!! A real work horse.