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An all-tube full stack with Marshall tone and style.
The twin-channel DSL100H monster has the same tube compliment and feature set as the iconic DSL 100 with a few upgrades. Marshall has added a Resonance control as opposed to the original's fixed Deep switch so you have total control of how much low end girth you add. The spring reverb has been replaced with studio-quality digital reverb. A rear panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the output to 50W. A two-way footswitch is supplied. Put together a full stack with this head and you have a seriously epic rig.
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Comments about Marshall DSL100H and MX412A&B 100W All-Tube Full Stack:
Do not let the fact that it is made in Vietnam deter you or hinder your decision to buy the full stack. While it is cheaper, it is still a 100% tube driven Marshall. It's 2 channels with each channel giving you two modes, offers basically 4 different modes of beautiful Marshall tone. I have only owned this full stack for a short time and have yet to work with all of my effects pedals and really give this monster a real work-out. I have been a musician for well over 35 years and during that time I have owned two different JCM800's, a JCM900, several different models of the MG series from combos to full stacks. I have owned many other amps in either stack or combo form as well, yet I continually return to Marshall. I am a Marshall man through and through, and have been since my first Marshall which was a JCM800 half stack (basic controls, lead series MK II...)that I had purchased back in 1987. Even though I no longer have any of the JCM800's or the JCM900 (and truly miss them not only for tone, but sentimental reasons primarily)I still have several of the MG combos, two different models of the MG series heads and cabinets, and now the DSL100H Full Stack. The tones I have been dialing in are superb. I am hearing the JCM800 and 900, I am hearing molten goodness pouring into my ears. So far I have only been using an Ibanez Tube Screamer, a Boss DS-1 Distortion, I have also used an Electro Harmonix Small Stone, all separately, so I could feel their slight nuances. You absolutely can NOT go wrong with the DSL100. It truly feels like having 4 different amps. All Marshall of course. It is incredibly loud so there are no worries there at all. Other than the neighbors calling the cops!! It most certainly is not made for bedroom noodling. The controls are simple, easy to use and can dial in beautifully clean tones, all the way through the soundscape to metal brutality. As I said earlier, I am still giving mine a workout to go through every possible tone field and all the potential tweaks that one can make on this amp. The ONLY thing I will most likely do, is change out the stock tubes, keeping them el34's of course, to maybe Groove Tubes. And that probably won't happen for at least 6 months to a year. Other than that, I find that the speaker cabinets produce great tone, projection and volume. And the DSL100 head is absolutely wonderful. So far, I am very happy and thankful that I could get a full Marshall stack for such a low price. Very thankful.