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Marshall AVT275X 2x75W 2x12" Combo Amplifier
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The Marshall AVT275X Combo Amp boasts the same 4 channels and 2 effects sections as the AVT150X. Delivers 75W per side to 2 - 12" speakers, taking fu...Click To Read More About This Product
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This big brother to the AVT150X adds a rich stereo dimension to your sound!
The Marshall AVT275X Combo Amp boasts the same 4 channels and 2 effects sections as the AVT150X. Delivers 75W per side to 2 - 12" speakers, taking full advantage of the 2 effects sections to create a greater richness and depth of sound. The left and right speaker outputs can also be used to drive extension cabs. Using the headphone out with master volume down allows silent practice, and using the speaker emulated line outs with the master volume down allows silent recording. The effects loop also offers stereo returns. Like all the Marshall AVTs, the preamp section of the AVT275 combo amp is based on a 12AX7 tube and delivers great tone.
- 4 tube preamp channels
- 2 effects sections
- 75W per side to 2 - 12" speakers
- Use left and right speaker outputs to drive extension cabs
- Speaker emulated line outs
- Effects loop with stereo returns
- 26-1/2"W x 20-1/2"H x 11-1/4"D
- 60.85 lbs.
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I picked the older version of this amp at a local music store for a fraction of the price. A great deal considering the only difference seems to be a flashier faceplate, and a quieter fan. This amp gives me great tone, with its two separate overdrive channels, a great clean, and a really nice acoustic simulator. For those who are new to this amp, the acoustic simulator makes your tone simulate an acoustic 'plugged in,' not a bare acoustic. Pick this amp up, or the head/cab version for a great sound that last you as a hobbyist or an active musician. For a suggestion, hook it up with a Marshall Guv'nor pedal.
This amp sounds fantastic. If your wish is to have the big half stack roar in an amp that you can actually transport around, then this is your ticket. I feel qualified to say this because I own a Marshall half stack. This is a great all in one package for any serious guitar player. The effects sound great, the clean channel sounds terrific, the gain channels are raw and pure Marshall. You can achieve many, many tones from this amp. I have 2 strats, an SG, and an American Jackson Soloist. They all sound wonderful through this combo. After spending over $2000 on my Marshall TSL head and vintage half stack, I now wonder why I didnt buy this combo in the first place. Who needs a modeling amp if the one you have sounds great on it's own? This Marshall get's my vote. great buy.
I have owned the AVT275 for a little over three years. I bought a new Les Paul and they sound great together in Clean. The Overdirve is muddy. The accoustic simulator is nice with and accoustic. The overall tone of this amp is just OK. The problem I have is that the effects section is labeled so small that I can't read it especially in low light. Even more of a problem, the effects section crapped out on me 2 months out of warrantee. I think with Marshall, you really pay for the name. I mean really, Marshall is using plastic corners and Chinese speakers in these overpriced amps. I just bought a Peavey Triple XXX and it smokes this Marshall. It all depends on if you want great quality and tone or just look cool on stage.