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Marshall AVT150H Full-Stack Package
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4 tube preamp channels, 150W of power, and 2 separate 16 digital effects sections! The channels are clean, overdrive 1, overdrive 2, and an acoustic ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Includes AVT150H head, AVT412A angled cab and AVT412B straight cab.
4 tube preamp channels, 150W of power, and 2 separate 16 digital effects sections! The channels are clean, overdrive 1, overdrive 2, and an acoustic simulator channel (makes any electric sound like an acoustic). Because all 4 channels are footswitchable (switch included), this amp gives guitarists ample flexibility onstage. 2 digital effects sections enhance this flexibility. One section is dedicated to the clean and simulator channels, the other to the overdrive channels. All effects are tweakable via mix, adjust, and select knobs, and are on/off footswitchable. Cabs house 4 custom-voiced Celestion 12" speakers, handle up to 200W RMS power each, and have all the roadworthiness you expect from Marshall. Like all the AVTs, its preamp section is based on a 12AX7 and delivers great tone.
- 150 watts
- 2 effects sections, 16 effects each
- 4 footswitchable tube preamp channels
- 2 cabs
- 4 custom Celestion 12" drivers each
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I've had this amp for bout 6 months now and I've been running it through a 30yr old 4x12 cab manufactured by Maine I have been gettin a lovely sound from it either playin live or studio work but now it's come to the time were I go up and I have just orderd an marshall a cab an b cab..overall a lovely amp all-around highly recommended
Apart from the foot pedal breaking during the second time of use this set-up is very good value. As the whole thing comes with a 3 year warranty (which means my pedal was replaced without question)piece of mind is also assured. O.K. it takes a little bit of messing around with to get away from the totally tranny sound but you can get a fair valve sound when the pre-amp is adjusted right. A replacement for my trusty marshall valve amp no, but at at least a third of the price (after haggling) of a 50-100w full stack who can complain. The best surprise which Marshall do not promote enough in my book is the Acoustic simulator channel. Have a listen and you will buy it for that alone. Enjoy!!!
I recently bought this stack, its loud as hell, cystal clear at high volume, crunching leads, mellow cleans, nice effects, beautiful stack
I bought one. Why would I spend this much money if I didn't think it was awesome.
Went with the 150 watt stack incase I needed the extra power, couldn't beat it for the price. Only have to run one cab on indoor gigs, on outside gigs, plug the two cabs together and it has all the power you need. Once you get this stack fine tuned you can play just about any music you like. Great highs, mids, and the bottom tones are excellent. The acoustic simulator on this head is a plus! The cabs are smaller than the 1960's, and there are no roller casters on them, but they sound great. Other musicians can't believe they fit 4 12" speakers in these cabs, just crank up the volume and you know they're in there. For the money, the power, and the warm Marshall sound, this stack was worth it.
My band just hit it big, so I ordered a custom one that has volume up to ELEVEN! ( Spinal Tap fan, amazingly funny movie!) the tones blow me away, I sound like angus on my SGs, and I get people who come on stage after the gig on a tour saying how loud it is! I have gotten used to the loudness when I put it on full volume. It literally shakes the floor. Love's a loaded gun, so cock n' load and get this!
I own a Peavey Bandit 112 Combo and was running throough a Boss GT-3 to get the sound i wanted, I plugged into the Marshall at a gig i played and i was amazed, weather i used my les paul or my strat, I got Remarkable tone control, great effects, and a classic Zakk Wyldish meaty overdrive, a perfect 10 across the board. in my point of view, and this is a hell of a deal on this stack.
The only amp line I care to own. Others can only try and replicate its performance.The negatives: 1. The need for a 2nd stack (true stereo).2. The need for head and cab covers (supposed to be out soon).
The acoustic channel with a hammer guitar and super chorus sounds just like Metallica's Nothing Else Matters. The clean channel is great for your custom pedals, and OD1 is great for a jazz sound, while the OD2 is great for a rocking metal sound. The OD2 almost sounds as good as the Metal Zone BOSS pedal, but i still won't go without my Metal Zone.