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Great low-wattage tone and useful features.
The Marshall DSL5C delivers the distinct tube-driven tone and versatility you would expect from a DSL amplifier, all wrapped up in a smaller 5W package.
As well as providing the player with all of their sonic needs, the DSL5C boasts many other features, including two footswitchable channels (Classic & Ultra) for different gain levels, Tone Shift & Deep switches, headphone/emulated output, Power Switch to cut output to 1W and an FX loop.
Given its DSL tonal heritage, low output and awesome features, it makes for an incredibly versatile amplifier for playing live, recording, rehearsing, practicing and more.
Get killer Marshall tone for a ton of applications. Order today!
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Comments about Marshall DSL5C 5W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo with Celestion Ten-30:
I wanted a practice / jam amp that sounded like a Marshall, had an effects loop, and was all tube. For the most part this is that amp. The only downside is good crunch tones on the clean channel don't start until you crank the amp up pretty loud. The Ultra Gain channel has a dark sound so using the preamp gain doesn't really sound like classic crunch to me but it is great for more modern tones. I tried the 1 watt setting but the bass gets REALLY flabby when you get into crunch territory. Perhaps the bass does the same thing on 5 watts but I havn't cranked it up that loud. I'm using a mod'ed Boss SD-1 to summon the classic rock soudns that I need for now. The SD-1 sounds great running into the DSL5c, in fact, pretty much every pedal I've put in front of it sounds fantastic. All in all I think this amp is a complete winner if you need something like this. Kudos to Marshall..... But please give us a crunch switch. :)
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