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Marshall DSL15H 15W Head with MX212A Cab
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The Marshall DSL15H is an all-tube, 15W head that delivers great tone in a compact "small box" design. Powered by two 6V6 power tubes, with four 12AX...Click To Read More About This Product
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Massive Marshall tube sound in a travel-friendly size.
The Marshall DSL15H is an all-tube, 15W head that delivers great tone in a compact "small box" design. Powered by two 6V6 power tubes, with four 12AX7s in the preamp, the DSL15H might be small, but its guts are as serious as its big brother, the DSL100H.
With footswitchable classic/ultra gain channels (footswitch supplied), deep switch to boost lower-end chunk, and on the back panel a pentode/triode switch for maximum flexibility (15W to 7.5W), the DSL15H perfectly combines performance, versatility and value for money.
MX212A 2x12" Cab
The Marshall MX212A is a vertically stacked 2x12" slanted cab that gives you big-time frequency projection and power handling without the hassle of lugging around a massive 4x12" rig. Loaded with a pair of Celestion Seventy 80 speakers, together rated at 160W, you'll be able to rock most venues with ease.
- DSL15H Head
- Power: 15W (tube)
- Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); two 6V6 (power amp)
- Half-power switch to 7.5W
- Two footswitchable channels
- Controls: Volume, gain (independent per channel); presence, bass, middle, treble, deep, toneshift (universal)
- Dimensions: 19.6" x 9.5" x 9.2"
- Weight: 22.5 lb.
- Footswitch included
- MX212A 2x12" Cab
- Power handling: 160W
- Speakers: 2x12 Celestion Seventy 80
- Impedance: 8 Ohm
- Closed back
- Dimensions: 20" x 12.5" x 20.25"
- Weight: 50 lb.
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- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
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Comments about Marshall DSL15H 15W Head with MX212A Cab:
All gigs and in the house (granted,turned down at home!) I'm a bass player but have always played with a mixture of both guitar and bass amps, variety is the spice of life, right? And some things can't do what others can. I mostly use the clean channel w/ pedals,since yes, the dirty channel it hot as balls as I'm sure you've heard if done done your research on this. (MXR junkie, w/ a Boss FZ-5, BF, & a DD wah). But I fully dig it. Playing it w/ a bass (especially my American Jazz) this thing is punchy and thumps like a MF. I bi-amp w/ an Ampeg Micro-VR in stereo and couldn't be more pleased. I'm 42 (can still bang 20 years olds! lol) and have had Edens, SVT's, GK's,etc. when I was young & touring alot., but their just not practical with all the great new stuff out there unless you are a professional and have a tech to lug ur junk around.. Not to mention, I can fit everything nicely in my car & not break my back. Don't let the 15 Tube watts fool you...it's LOUD. I actually think I like it better than the Micro (the Marshall tone plus w/12" speakers really make this thing growl) but together they sound like butter. I end with this: It's a great amp & don't let the 15 watts scare you...I would however, love to see them come out with a 40 watt version. But I'm fully satisfied with what I got. Everyone has different tastes,styles,etc, and this set up is working pretty darn well me for me!