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Marshall TSL100 and 1960 Series Full Stack Package
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The TSL 100 with its 3 independent channels (Clean, Crunch, and Lead) puts amazing control, flexibility, and tone variations at your fingertips. From...Click To Read More About This Product
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Blow the room away!
The TSL 100 with its 3 independent channels (Clean, Crunch, and Lead) puts amazing control, flexibility, and tone variations at your fingertips. From sparkling clean to full-blown Marshall roar, this all-valve 100W head delivers it all. Each channel features its own volume, gain, and EQ. Master controls include tone shift for beefing up tone at low volumes, Accutronics spring reverb, effects loop mix control, speaker-emulation DI circuit for silent recording, virtual power reduction that gives you a glorious, saturated power amp feel without cranking it up to 10. Comes loaded with 4 ECC83 pre-amp valves, 4 EL34 power amp valves, and also features 2 effects loops, loudspeaker outputs, a 5-way LED footcontroller, and more.
The 1960A (angled) and B (straight front) cabs each feature 4 - 12" speakers, 4- or 16-ohm mono, or 8-ohm stereo operation, and handle 300W power. Each weighs 100 lbs.
Put the head and 2 cabs together and you've got a rig that'll smoke the biggest rooms.
- The head:
- 3 independent channels with volume, EQ, and gain
- 100W all-tube power
- Spring reverb
- Speaker-emulation DI circuit
- 2 effects loops
- The cabs:
- 4 - 12" heavy-magnet drivers in each
- Slant front and straight front cabs
- 4- or 16-ohm mono or 8-ohm stereo operation
- Each handles 300W power
- 100 lbs. each
Equip yourself with the ultimate rock stage rig. Order today.
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Like most musicians, I have spent easily thousands of dollars over the past 20 years on less expensive amps and endless pedals, trying to get that Marshall sound on the cheap! This year I finally picked up the TSL100 and a 1960A cab and I am absolutely, insanely blown away. The music I play requires a wide array of tones from clean to scream and the three independent channels on the TSL100 give me all three with an ease that is downright freaky. It took me one jam session to find the sounds that make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and do the Snoopy Dance. No gimmicks, just pure tonal magic!I play a Gibson Custom Les Paul through it and the two combined give me that sweet, amazing sound I have been yearning for since I was a teen listening to early Led Zep and Sabbath.Do yourself a huge favor. Stop wasting money on the gimmicky copies and pick up the real thing. You will never regret it!
I bought this amp about 4 months ago and have since added the two cabs. It's the most impressive looking amp I've seen. It looks modern yet vintage and the noise that comes out of it is, at times, frightening. I would definitely recommend to any lead rock players.
I own lots of Marshall amps. I was a little reluctant about this " gadget heavy " unit but I bought it anyway. I combined the head with 2 vintage cabs with greenbacks and this sucker roars. I play it almost all the time. Great flexibility. In my opinion, buy it.
Bought my Marsall Stack about a year and a half ago and I'm very very happy. Regarding the head, one word: Awesome. Seriously, I can't imagine a better head. It has every bell and whistle you could want. It switches flawlessly between the three separate channels and roars like a monster. I stay on the crunch channel, mostly, but the clean is CLEAN and the lead channel is GAIN CITY. It has a nifty thing called VPR (virtual power reduction) which allows you to turn this 100 watt beast into a 25 watt beast. This makes it a lot easier to enjoy the amp at lower volumes and still get the cranked to "11" feel. Thus, you don't need a power brake (which is notoriously hard on the tubes and amp). I love mine. The one piece of advice I do have is don't be put off by all the buttons. You can easily dial in a great sound, but now you have three separate heads and a vast array of sounds to pick from. It's still a MARSHALL, just a little more versatile.
This is another dream realized, I have a Marshall Full Stack and my GAWD the sound I get out of it. When I first got it I set the EQ to mid level and just played with the three channels, the Deep and Mid buttons. The versitility of sound you get with just those buttons is phenominal. Now throw in the reverb and Presense and three EQs and... no matter what you do it sounds good and it sounds Marshall. I have to admit with all the stuff this can do my fav feature is that little VPR (Virtual Power Reduction) button that turns it from a "shatter all the glass in your house 100 Watt monster" to a "you can play it without your neighbors knocking on your door" level. If you are using a small amp and you've wanted that big sound you won't question the money you spend. You'll be amazed at how much better your guitar sounds and you'll have a Marshall Stack!
this is one hell of a marshall! i redorded with this amp, and let me tell you - it just about outclasses the vintage SLP and jcm 800 amps. great amp.
Cheap, good sound, rocks!!
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