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Marshall DSL20HR 20W Valve Head (Switchable to 10W) 2 Channels

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DSL20HR
UPC:
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MSRP: $960.00
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The Marshall DSL20HR Tube Head is from the latest DSL range.
It's a 2-channel, 20 watt tube amp that is great for small gigs, rehearsals and studio settings.
For those who to prefer to run a head and cab set up the all-tube EL34 powered design found at the core of this DSL20HR will give players instant access to those classic Marshall tones at various volumes when hooked up to their speaker cabinet of choice.
Two footswitchable channels feature (selectable with the included single button footswitch); Classic Gain - taking you from clean tones up to classic drive sounds - and the Ultra Gain channel for those that want heavier tones.
For tonal shaping there is a newly tweaked 5-band EQ with bass, middle, treble controls and more plus the addition of a tone shift and deep button for added tonal possibilities. This latest update of the amp also hosts Marshall's own built-in reverb.
On the rear of the unit there is an FX loop, footswitch socket, a new SoftTube designed emulated headphone/line out (emulating the classic 1960 cab) and the adjustable power output - allowing you to take the DSL20HR down to from 20w to more recording or bedroom friendly volumes!
The Marshall DSL20HR takes previous Marshall DSL generations and improves in it, making for an even more versatile amp that still delivers bags of that classic Marshall tube tone!
Features:
  • DSL Series
  • Head
  • Gain and volume per channel
  • 20 watt
  • Dedicated resonance control
  • EL34 tubes
  • High and low power settings
  • Reverb
  • Softube Emulated output
Marshall's DSL20HR is a 20 watt all-tube amp that is perfect for small to medium sized gigs, rehearsals, studio and even home use thanks it's high/low power settings.
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