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Marshall MB450H Bass Guitar Amplifier Head

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Product Description

The Marshall MB450H Bass Amplifier Head is a powerhouse delivering massive low-end and thunderous tone.
The MB450H features modern and classic channels, each with separate EQ. The modern channel includes bass, treble, parametric mid and a compressor. The classic channel with its ECC83 preamp tube includes a boost switch and has a 3-band passive tone network with three different voices. The MB450H also has the option to blend the two channels from either the front panel or the supplied two-way footswitch.

Product Specifications
Marshall MB450H Specifications
  • Power:
    • 4 Ohms: 300 Watts
    • 2 Ohms: 450 Watts
  • Speakon Connector: 2
  • Jack Speaker Connector: 2
  • Limiter: Yes
  • DI Line Out: XLR (Pre and Post)
  • FX Loop: Yes
  • Footswitch: 2 Way (Included)
  • Compressor: Yes
  • Preamp Tube: ECC83
  • Boost Switch: Yes
  • Mid Voices: 3
  • Dimensions: 24.8 x 8.66 x 9.25 inches
  • Weight: 33 lbs.

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  877-459-0170 Warranty:  5 Years Parts; 3 Years Labor & Speakers; 90 Days Tubes; 1 Year MS2, MS4 & Effects Pedals; 1 Year B-Stock
J Thurston from Cypress, TX,
Outstanding so far!
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
It appears to be made pretty solid. I'll have to get back to you on dependability, as I've only had it a few days and have only used it in one gig.
What do you consider to be the best features of this product? What features would you add to this product if you could?
The coolest feature, I think, is the footpedal, which allows you to switch back and forth between what they call the "Modern" channel and the "Classic" channel (although in reality you can set the channels for whatever sound you want".
How is the tone?
Tone is adjustable between the Modern and Classic channels, with a Mid Freq knob in the Modern and Voice Shift & Voice control in the Classic. You should be able to dial in pretty much whatever you're looking for - especially in the genres of jazz, funk, classic rock and alternative rock. I was able to get a pretty close-to-perfect tone for B.B. King and Alman Bro's on stage the other night.
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
Agsin, it can handle bright or dark, depending on you. I wouldn't say it can do everything, but it's pretty versatile.
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