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Marshall Class5 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Stack   

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The Marshall Class5 head and cab package is super portable. It's the closest you'll get to a mini Plexi in feel and style. The all-plywood head is 5W...Click To Read More About This Product

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A single-ended Class A mini monster.

The Marshall Class5 head and cab package is super portable. It's the closest you'll get to a mini Plexi in feel and style. The all-plywood head is 5W and features a single channel with volume control. The cab houses a single 10" Celetion G10F speaker.

FEATURES
  • Class5 head is 5W
  • All plywood construction
  • Single channel with volume control
  • Treble, Middle and Bass

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MarshallClass5 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Stack
 
4.7

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5.0

Original Marshall 100 watt stack tone

By So

from Melbourne FL

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful
  • Sounds Like An 8-12 Stack

Cons

    Best Uses

    • 100 Watt Sound At 5w
    • Home Studio
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Marshall Class5 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Stack:

    This amp gives the early Jeff Beck "Truth" tones and add a wah it nails Hendrix
    Voo-Doo Child. Build quality is first rate being made in England. The only thing missing is some NOS English tubes.

     
    4.0

    The Marshall sound

    By Shoevette

    from Philly area

    About Me Experienced

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Portable

    Cons

    • Limited Volume Adjustment
    • No Effects Loop

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio
    • Practice
    • Writing

    Comments about Marshall Class5 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Stack:

    In order to get a Marshall sound, I have been running through a Carl Martin Plexitone pedal into my Fender Twin Reverb. It is actually pretty close. l also have a modeling amp (Peavey Vyper), but as much fun and versatile as that can be, I am never really happy with the solid state/digital sound. After reading a few reviews, I decided to give this a shot, especially at this price point. I am very happy just plugging straight into the amp, and I can get a lot of those classic Marshall tones, from 60's crunch to some pretty heavy distortion. I realize I am downsizing to a 5 watt amp, but the volume gets to a point around 12 o'clock and then only adjusts the gain. To be honest I do not really need the extra volume, but if it went to 11 it would be right on point and earn a fifth star. I consider it well bought and a keeper.

     
    5.0

    Perfect compromise of tone and volume.

    By nealt900

    from Gulf Coast, AL

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Big Sound At Lower Volume
    • Heavenly Tone
    • Simple Circuitry
    • Solid Birch Ply

    Cons

    • No 1-watt Switch

    Best Uses

    • Recording
    • Small gigs

    Comments about Marshall Class5 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Stack:

    I have had about a week with this baby Marshall stack so far. I've owned a 62' bluesbreaker, and can concur with others that the tones from this amp are reminiscent of the JTM flavor. Like others have said, this amp can sound a little on the dark side (more so with single coil pickups), but that is exactly how a JTM 45 will perform, and in my opinion how it should be.

    At 5 watts, it is far too loud to use in an apartment with neighbors, but 1 watt can be achieved by switching the head to headphone mode, and plugging the speaker cable in half-way to the headphone jack. This produces the perfect bedroom volume.

    Key points:
    -tubes start break up around 3 1/2.
    -AC/DC (signature Marshall cream) tones start to show up around 6 1/2.
    -Very dynamic, can get cleans by playing soft all the way up to 5 on the volume dial.
    -Loud enough for smaller bar gigs, if there is no need for clean headroom.
    -Stock tubes are: JJ el84, JJ 12ax7, electro harmonix 12ax7.

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