The AFD100 takes the fundamental promises of a Marshall amplifier and delivers them in a style that could have only been interpreted by Slash. The amp's silver front panel with snakeskin detailing and Slash Skully logo tip their hat to the ubiquitous 2555 Silver Jubilee upon which the first Signature Slash Marshall was based. The cabinetry is a mixture of both traditional and modern aesthetics, encompassing the 1959 Marshall look with white beaded detailing while also using the rugged corners of later Marshalls for durability. Not only does the AFD100 has more than one cosmetic face, it's also got a split personality when it comes to its tone and feel. Switching between AFD and #34 modes makes it possible to change the overall personality of the amp's sound. The AFD100 provides access to 2 significant tone setups—both of which are undeniably Slash-driven. The AFD100 offers built-in power attenuation, allowing the output power to be modified without affecting the tone. Unlike external p.