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Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head

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The Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head is an all-valve amplifier with a choice of two dynamic ranges selectable by footswitch. The Low range ...Click To Read More About This Product

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If you're looking for the perfect marriage of classic, vintage rock tones with modern features and levels of gain, your search is over!

The Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head is an all-valve amplifier with a choice of two dynamic ranges selectable by footswitch. The Low range equates equates to the performance you would come to expect from a stock vintage Marshall amplifier in terms of tone and available gain. The High range adds an extra preamp valve into the signal path, facilitating those classic hard rock tones of the seventies. Add to this the ability to dynamically interface with your instrument's Volume and Tone controls and the experience translates into a truly expressive and organic feel in performance.

Two frequency selective Pre-amp Volumes (Gains) - Body and Detail - facilitate greater flexibility in tone shaping for individual guitars and styles while the power amplifier is heavily influenced by the first Marshall amplifiers to be produced, with four KT66 output valves yielding that substantial, fat and smooth tone. A MID Boost switch on the front panel fattens the tone even more while a traditional Marshall tone control circuit enables fine tuning of your sound.

A master volume has been included in order to practically manage the output levels at all venues. This is implemented after the phase splitter in order to fully exploit maximum preamp drive when the master is turned down low. A reverb level control mixes the on board plate reverb with the direct signal to whatever degree the player chooses. The reverb can be toggled on and off via the footswitch.

Finally, a series FX loop is provided for those players who wish to use outboard effects to further enhance their sound. Loop levels of ”10dB and +4dB can be controlled via a rear panel switch as well as the option to completely bypass this feature if it is not required.

The cosmetics are also a carefully crafted hybrid of old and new styles ” made even more dramatic by the deep purple vinyl that covers the entire series.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

FEATURES
  • 100-Watt valve head
  • Valve compliment: 4 x ECC83 (12AX7s) in preamp, 4 x KT66 in power amp
  • Master Volume with two Gain Controls ” Detail (highs) & Body (lows)
  • Two footswitchable Dynamic Ranges ” Low & High
  • Mid Boost switch
  • Footswitchable Proprietary digital Plate Reverb
  • Series FX loop with level switch and bypass
  • Made in England

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • Dimensions: 29-1/2" x 12" x 9" (750 x 310 x 230 mm)
  • Weight: 49.6 lbs (22.5 kg)
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4.5

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You're search for classic tone ends here

I have been playing for over 30 years and have owned all sorts of Marshalls, Mesa's, and boutique type amps. Like many of you I change speakers, try different tubes, make mods...Read complete review

I have been playing for over 30 years and have owned all sorts of Marshalls, Mesa's, and boutique type amps. Like many of you I change speakers, try different tubes, make mods to my pedals and guitars to dial in "the tone".By chance I got to play the 50 watt version of this head and was immediately blown away with the simplicity and pure tone of the amp, it came home with me. While the 50 watt head sounded great it did not have enough headroom IMO to push two 4x12 cabinets. So I sold it and got this amp, the 2466. If you are simply recording, playing at home, church or smaller venues the 50 watt 2266 will suit you. However if you play loud, need headroom, and are going to push two 4x12 cabinets the 100watt 2466 version is a must.Once home it took only minutes to find that sweet spot. This amp is much like the 1959SLP but I truly like this tone more. Wonderful musical harmonics sustain and classic 70s tone. Best way to describe it is to listen to some early Bad Company or early AC/DC and you got it. I played my single coil American Strat and tones such as Trower and Blackmore came real easy. My Les Paul has '57 pickups and will also easily reproduce Jimmy Page's sound. The foot switch controls the reverb and kicks in another preamp tube. There is plenty of gain in this head and IMO putting any distortion stomp box in front of this thing would be a crime. The matching cabinet has a special speakers voiced for this amp that are wonderful, but I am using Vintage 30?s in my cabs and a stack will rip your face off.It is about time that one of these amp manufactures builds a players amp, one that is no frills, easily controlled at your guitars volume and picks up the subtle picking and fingering to turn it into to cream. This amp is not for you metal heads or players that don't know what great tone is. However if you have been searching for years for that perfect sound with no added effects that can give you classic clean and crunch and even a bit of modern gain, than the Marshall Vintage Modern has to be on your list.Thank you Marshall

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Ex-Marshall fan because of this

Just purchased the 100 Watt version of this head and cabinet. Loved the tone and amp until I got it home and it blew up within 3 days!. No kidding. Blown tube and...Read complete review

Just purchased the 100 Watt version of this head and cabinet. Loved the tone and amp until I got it home and it blew up within 3 days!. No kidding. Blown tube and transformer! I am so bummed out!

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(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Unbelievable!

By Carl DeWitt

from Virginia

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

If you're looking for an amp with all the bells and whistles, this isn't it. If you're looking for an amp that will capture the great overdrive, deep and rich tone from the late 60's to early 80's, look no more - this is definitely it! Sure, you'll have to spend a little time figuring out how to get different tones using the volume knob on your guitar and the amp, dialing in contour, body settings, etc. And yes, you can even get clean tones. Need it to break up just a little bit? Absolutely. If you want to sound like Hendrix, Aerosmith, Deep Purple, Poison and so on, here you go. This is one amp I will never sell.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You're search for classic tone ends here

By Surfnorthwest

from Undisclosed

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I have been playing for over 30 years and have owned all sorts of Marshalls, Mesa's, and boutique type amps. Like many of you I change speakers, try different tubes, make mods to my pedals and guitars to dial in "the tone".By chance I got to play the 50 watt version of this head and was immediately blown away with the simplicity and pure tone of the amp, it came home with me. While the 50 watt head sounded great it did not have enough headroom IMO to push two 4x12 cabinets. So I sold it and got this amp, the 2466. If you are simply recording, playing at home, church or smaller venues the 50 watt 2266 will suit you. However if you play loud, need headroom, and are going to push two 4x12 cabinets the 100watt 2466 version is a must.Once home it took only minutes to find that sweet spot. This amp is much like the 1959SLP but I truly like this tone more. Wonderful musical harmonics sustain and classic 70s tone. Best way to describe it is to listen to some early Bad Company or early AC/DC and you got it. I played my single coil American Strat and tones such as Trower and Blackmore came real easy. My Les Paul has '57 pickups and will also easily reproduce Jimmy Page's sound. The foot switch controls the reverb and kicks in another preamp tube. There is plenty of gain in this head and IMO putting any distortion stomp box in front of this thing would be a crime. The matching cabinet has a special speakers voiced for this amp that are wonderful, but I am using Vintage 30?s in my cabs and a stack will rip your face off.It is about time that one of these amp manufactures builds a players amp, one that is no frills, easily controlled at your guitars volume and picks up the subtle picking and fingering to turn it into to cream. This amp is not for you metal heads or players that don't know what great tone is. However if you have been searching for years for that perfect sound with no added effects that can give you classic clean and crunch and even a bit of modern gain, than the Marshall Vintage Modern has to be on your list.Thank you Marshall

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

an added bonus

By wolf-zEiN-

from mid west

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

this is a great amp and i have but one thing to add to the other positive review: this things sounds fantastic when paired with a tube screamer pedal. if you are an old school player and you understand the subtleties of tone this is a great amp for getting that "feeling" thing going via your volume knob, fingers and select pedals. big muff pie sounds real bad ass through this baby too.

(4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best in Show

By Marco

from Baltimore

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I gave the title of my review a phrase from the kennel club show because im doing all dog themed reviews this week. First let me state the obvious. This is a Marshall Amp. I felt that might be a good place to start because some other reviewers seemd to think they were getting a Randall, or a Fender. And come on other reviewer,.. "Its Marshall so you know your getting quality, but it lacks features and its overpriced Junk"..What am I supposed to do with that? Im really glad im old enough to know how to use a Marshall, and what to use it for, cause they really are the best at what they do. What they do is loud, overdriven British "brown" sound.They do it witout breaking down for a loooooooong time and this Marshall does it better than any of the new Marshalls (new being anything since 1990), better than anything since the 2203. I think good tube amps specialize. Thats why they are irreplaceable. I own a great sounding VOX AC15, a Great sounding 20 watt Fender Blackface and this is my current Great sounding Marshall. Its true that another Well known amp maker has a modular preamp system, and that for the price of this 1 ("high quality") Marshall amp, you could buy 3.5 semi disposable preamp modules, but i would rather just save for another really good amp.

(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love this amp

By Rockerduck

from Marietta, Ga.

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

As the title says. I love this amp.
This has been the best of all my Marshall from the last 40 yrs. I play it with my Ibanez vintage TS808 in front and can play anything.
Great amp
I've had a few bum Marshall heads in my day, but this has been reliable for the past year.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Got classic?

By TonyTubes

from Montreal, QC

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I was thinking about buying this amp (or rather its 2266c combo counterpart) after hearing some good things about it. In simplest terms, this is my all-time favorite amp, bar none. The pre-amp detail and body controls can be used to shape your sound to great effect, and the mid-boost function is great for an extra jump in thickness. The awesome dynamic range function provides you a reasonable amount of gain when you're playing at bedroom levels (which by the way, is very possible thanks to the master volume knob). When cranked, you get some sweet old-school Marshall 'stank. Very cool amp, very cool sound, my only issue with this amp is a lack of a proper reverb. Even at maximum settings it's so dark and lacking you wonder if it's even on. So, if you want a bare-knuckles, old school Marshall amp (and an onboard reverb is of little importance to you) then I strongly suggest picking up one of these babies. You'll like it.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

this amp'll eat your amp alive and your amp'll die

By The Box.

from Home.

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

This most beastly of amplifiers is basically a Plexi 100 with some mezz upgrades. The first and my personal favorite of these is the Dynamic Range button. Engaging it activates an extra valve, the same hot rod modification that gave Hendrix and Blue Cheer that perfect harmonically saturated proto-metal tone. And now that tone is mine. The Mid Boost is basically a built-in fuzzbox. It sounds amazing but I keep it off because I prefer the more organic tube overdrive. The Master Volume enables good tone even at low volumes, but o'course it rips much better cranked. The preamp volume is divided into Body (enhances lower ranges)and Detail(enhances upper ranges). The 3-band eq is nice and responsive, but I just turn 'em all to 10, along with the aforementioned preamp volumes. The reverb is just so-so but that's ok 'cause I never use it. I use the AVT series 4x12 cabs 'cause they have that huge bottom end that I love along with my trusty Smellypastor guitar, which gives some twang. I use no pedals.

(3 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Planning on adding something for gain

By DragonFlySlayer

from Central Kalifornia

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

Overall this Marshall lacks gain. But many people will do many different things for Gain via Loop or instrument input with probably over a million options out there for doing such a thing. For me I like what Im doing because I don't really need nothing else. The Marshall just didn't cut it next to my 5150 III because I needed more gain and it also has nice suttle channel switching as opposed to any other Amp switch box from any amp I have ever delt with on that note. Even when I was at GC I tried the Marshall 2000 out. Very nice head. This amp had more gain but it still lacked the gain tone and actually didn't have as much gain but it was getting pretty close. Much more than this Vintage / Modern I can say.
I originally got this Marshall to blend a cleaner tone with my Fender 5150 III. But I felt like something was just missing. And then I learned that my fender 5150 III can also do that too. So I took it back to trade it in for the Fender 5150 III.
But if this Marshall is enough gain and tone for you... it is a beautifully built amp and made very well.
The features are some simple tone adjustments. This amp lacks gain unless your running something separate in the front or the loop for gain. If you want more gain this is what you will need to do. It has a beautiful clean tone though. Marshall suggests that you set your tone controls (Bass Mid Treb), all to 1200 straight up. Then adjust your DETAIL and BODY knobs for a sound you like. Then after you do this is when Marshall suggests fine tuning your Bass Mid and Treb adjustments. It has a Reverb that in my opinion is out dated. It works but I really like my Lexicon reverb better. But for the sake of the amp it is pretty nice. The foot control box is alright. it works and is loud. I didn't even use it. I didn't really like it. Mainly because it didn't blend in a suttle way. It will change so much when you step on it no matter how you try to adjust your volumes. The amp is equiped with KT-66 tubes. Like the old vintage Plexi heads. And the Bias Voltage will also need to be adjusted when replacing power output tubes. I don't feel like doing this. I have done it before with my older Marshall JCM 800's and even earlier Models from the 70's when thats the only way it could be done. Not user friendly.
It's quality is fantastic. I notice little things like the tube sockets have drilled and threaded screws with nuts for the tube sockets in the event you need to replace a tube socket. In my Fender 5150 III and in most of the newer modern heads the tube sockets are rivited in. To replace one of these you would have to carefully drill it out and replace it with one and then use little screws and nuts to screw it back in place. I just notice that Marshall does build a beautiful head. There is a quality. For the name Marshall and the way they do manufacture an amp I give them a 10.
I give it's Value a 5. But this is based on my needs. I used to run two Fender 5150 III's. On two 4X12 EVH Cabs with G12T Old Low wattage celestion speakers. Best set up I ever had. I sold one of my heads. Big mistake as I learned after buying this Marshall Vintage / Modern Head to replace one. The marshall has a great clean sound. But the Fender on Channel 1 (Green Ch), has even a better clean sound and even more gain on just channel 1 if I want it that way. So I had to be honest with myself and take my Marshall back to GC and get credit and purchase another 5150 III to get back where I started. So for me I give it a 5. For me, the amp of my choice will do anything and then more than what this amp will do. And changing tubes is just a matter of pulling the old ones out and putting new ones in unless there is something else wrong.

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

KIck Butt Tone !!

By Zach Attack Taylor

from Chicago IL

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

Ok this amp is great if u want the plexi or a modded plexi it gives you both and the tone is awsome your pickups will play a big part on your tone so find ones you like if you want a metal tone just add a metal muf and a xotic booster the booster alone make it just so much fuller at bed room levals for clean and overdrive. its the best sounding marshall i've played!! but there all great Rock ON!!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's in there!

By Majicman-KYZXD

from Van Isl. Canada

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

This amp reminds me of a vox head I have.....It took a wee while to dial it in but once you spend some time and play around with it you'll get it. Once you do you'll be a very proud owner.Its not as loud as some 100watt marshall heads out there,but this is a good thing.I use it with the master volume at full tilt where as some marshalls are already to loud at 2! I use the 1960tv cab with mine,25 watt greenbacks as well. Great amp!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awsome Amp!!

By Cheese Factory-ZcOF_

from Lubbock, TX

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

What a great amp. A little pricey but it has one unique sound. Very Hendrix like. You can't get alot of distortion but that not the purpose of it. It seems very well built so far and I'm sort of falling for the purple which at time seems black, I guess it just matters how the light hits it. The amp is very sensitive to the volume and tone knobs on the guitar. You can get many different tone combinations from a good california clean like sound to a Voodoo Chile type of sound. The amp seems overall simple but it can be very tweakable when used right.

(2 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Well......

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

It is an o.k. amp but.... The randall rmc100c1 is the other amp my guitarist has. Just buy 1 of the randalls and get modules for it.... Its just better... My guitarist made a stupid decision buying this and he could have every randall module there is instead of this. Now for quality this is a marshall.... Come on its gonna be great quality but.. its lacking features and it is way overpriced i think...

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One Word: Classic

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

If you hear that fuzzy grummble every time Jimi Hendrix plays "Wild Thing" or Eric Clapton's "Sunshine of Your Love" and it gives you chills and you wish that you could hear that echo from your guitar when you play, this is for you. If you've watched Hendrix play "Like a Rolling Stone" at Monterey and hear that hard hitting crunch clean up every time he goes in the lyrics and want to have that ability to do that, then this amp is for you. Or every time you listen to "Stairway" live you find the guitar to be just clean and just grundgy enough, then you can find it hear. That's me, so that's why I love this amp; plus the Purple grows on you. If you want to play hard core heavy death metal or want gain to be bursting from yourself without a good pedal you may want to consider something else; not me but definitely other guitarists thing which is cool. If you are looking for that Classic rock n' roll sound and that's what you always play this is you, otherwise, I would look elsewhere; which is why I didn't give it 10s all the way across.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Eureka!!

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from U.S.

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

For years I've owned some sort of JCM Marshall amp. Honestly, looking back, I liked absolutely nothing about them. From day one I've heard about Marshall's tone and quality and couldn't figure out why I wasn't getting it. Well I now have the answer. The magic word is vintage! This amp is unbelievable. I played on it for about 20 minutes and traded my JCM rig on the spot. This has all the tone and control you could ever ask for. I wasn't overlly thrilled with the distortion as there is no way to switch back and forth since it does not have seperate channels but I use if for the clean setting anyways. Don't get me wrong, it has an awesome overdrive sound but you really have to use either or. I was mostly looking for a quiet, crystal clear clean tone that doesn't sound high endy and ratty like the JCM series tends to do. Being a mid range instrument this amp offers more mid range quality that you can shake a crappy JCM rig at. The cabinet is really what seals the deal. Loaded with the much praised celestian 25 watt greenbacks it gives the rig an incredible smooth tone. BUY THIS AMP!

(2 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Don't waste your money

By B.C.

from Nevada

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

Marshall junk...I have the 100 watt version. I bought it 3 years ago, and I have replace the tubes twice, and the transformer just went bad. Buy an Engl for dirty, and keep your Fender Twin for clean. Overpriced garbage. My tech said the transformer came from the factory that way, but it's out of warranty.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THIS IS THE TONE I'VE WANTED IN A MARSHALL!!!

By MELTYOURFACESOLO

from Rochester Hills, MI

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

INCREDIBLE tone!!! When playing metal I find that for me personally great tone is more important than just high gain fuzz and fizz. With the gain maxed on this baby the gain was just right! Nice tight bottom end and overall clarity from lows to mids to highs. I could not believe tone this great came out of a Marshall that wasn't vintage! Great for blues, rock, and metal! I can't wait to hear this baby pushed w/ a Tubescreamer! WOW!!! Every guitar I tried thru it sounded awesome: Jackson, Gibson, Ibanez. If you think this amp sounds like crap you either are playing thru a cab w/ blown speakers or you need a new hobby.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall Users

By JMan-gh5Hq

from Oakland CA

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I own many amps from Marshalls to Soldano's to Mesa. This amp rocks!I LOVE the Marshall Jubilee's and JCM 800 to the new DSL and TSL models. The Vintage Modern has the tones of a Jubilee at low volumes and has a mid tone clip like a Soldano SLO100 and when cranked up it roars like an old school JCM 800. This amp also cuts through clean like the old JTM45's. This is a recommended amp. Gte the 100watt version. Marshall are meant to be played LOUD !

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Bad A$$ Head

By TV-sTuV.

from Riverside CA

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I traded my JSx 1/2 stack for this Head. The JSx lost sound quality when cranked up. This head gets better and better the more you turn it up. I've used it on the low setting with my Metal Zone for killer Metal sound. Now I use the High setting with the preamps turned up with a boss overdrive and get and even better Metal sound. If you want strait sound and easy to use this is your amp. It will produce any kind of tone you need. You can only get that Marshall sound from a Marshall. The Peavey Jsx and XXX are great sounding but not Marshall. I only need one channel so this is it. I turn on the Overdrive to get extra Metal or turn down my guitar to get the clean sound.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Real Deal

By 355Man

from Australia

Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

Have been tantalised but not convinced by Marshall amps in the past, they really rock but I couldn't find my mojo. Unitl the Vintage Modern. The KT66 valves really give it that vintage sound and the volume set up is totally dynamic - there's not a tone or sound you can't dial in. I do Hendrixy, 70's stuff through to ACDC and while the reverb is really average, the rest is amazing for the price. If you want to footpedal in various channels on the fly, this is not your amp. You got to choose an 1 overdrive tone and 1 clean tone - that's it. However by adjusting your guitars knobs you can really adjust the tone and sound. I love it but make sure it suits your style of music. There's no amp that will rock at every style of music.A few 9's in the ratings because the reverb has no mojo or guts, I also think the purple is a bit much, sometimes it looks black other times it looks like I'm playing on the main float of a gay madi gra.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Absolutely Outstanding

By Strat Lover-3mUEM

from Mount Vernon

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Comments about Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 Tube Amp Head:

I had been using a Fender Deluxe in my band, and while it sounded great, it didn't have quite enough volume, and not near enough clean headroom as I would have liked. the simple solution: Marshall Vintage Modern. This amp is basically a plexi, with added features, for even less. While I basically use this as a one channel plexi, I could get some great overdriven tones with the added preamp. One thing I wish is that there wasn't such a mass volume increase when the preamp was added, or else I'm sure I would use it much more. the reverb on this is. . . Okay. A little dark, but works fine for just that little bit of subtle atmosphere at a gig. the two preamp volumes are very cool, I tend to have the detail (top end) slightly lower than the body (Bottom end), and they sound great. With both of them cranked on the low drive channel, there are some great blues tones to be had.In short, for the money, I don't believe there is anything better out there. Marshall has done it again.

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