Marshall DSL100MLB Angled Half Stack
The Marshall DSL100MLB Half Stack with Angled MC412 cabinet breathes with powerfull amplification.
Along with the strength of Marshall's angled MC412 cabinet, the DSL100MLB explodes with sound. The two 12 inch speakers at the top of the cabinet are angled to give the player an easy monitoring of their guitar. DSL Stands for Dual Super Lead, the DSL has two footswitchable channels - Classic and Ultra. Each of these channels boasts two modes: the Classic channel offers a Clean/Crunch option while the Ultra offers Lead 1 or Lead 2. Instead of merely offering a variation in gain level to the two channels, each one of these four modes has been individually voiced as an amp in its own right. The tremendous tonal versatility of this amp, coupled with a 100% pure tube signal path (4xECC83s, 4xEL34s), Dual Reverb controls, a Tone Shift switch which scoops out the mids and a Deep Switch that adds a tight, bowel loosening, low end boost, caused the guitar world to sit up and take notice right from the outset.
- MC412 Angled Cabinet
- Two channels - Classic Gain and Ultra Gain
- Crystal Clean to massive Crunch switching on the Classic Gain channel
- Lead 1 to Lead 2 switching on the Ultra Gain channel
- Tone Shift switch to reconfigure functionality of the Mid-tone section
- Deep Switch applies unique Marshall resonance circuitry for huge low-end
- Effects Loop with level selection switch
As soon as you play one, you'll hear and feel why so many of the world's foremost players and journalists were quick to dub the DSL heads as the best Marshalls ever!
It also won't surprise you when you learn that these amps have become the company's best selling all-tube heads to date.
The formidable family of JCM2000 valve amps was born when Marshall launched the DSL100 heads to an unprecedented wave of critical and public acclaim in the late '90s.
The angled MC412's 200 Watts of power and Celestian speakers combined with the same flexible Mono/Stereo switching of the world-famous 1960 cabinets, means it will handle any Marshall guitar head with ease. Marshall recommends using 4 Ohms for getting full power out of the MG and AVT heads, while the 16 Ohms setting is preferable for use with their tube heads.