The DSL40 Vintage combo amp features adjustable power output, EQ refinements, an emulated output, plus reverb, resonance and master volume. The DSL40 Vintage guitar combo amp is laden with Marshall tone, features and functionality for the novice, as well as pros performing on the world’s biggest stages.
Marshall DSL40 Vintage Guitar Amplifier Combo Features
- Vintage look
- Gain and Volume per Channel
- Dedicated Resonance Control
- High and Low Power Settings
- Celestion V Type Speaker
- 2 Separate Master Volume Controls
- Softube Emulated Output
- 4 x ECC83 and 2 x EL34 Valves
- Includes 2-way footswitch
The versatile DSL series delivers legendary all valve Marshall tone suitable for all playing environments. From shimmering cleans to punchy distorted overdrives, the DSL series allows you to easily flex the sound to your playing styles.
DSL models offers a diverse range of features across the entire series including power reduction, studio quality reverb and two footswitchable channels. Combined this means that no matter your environment, you can really experiment and release your alter ego.
Adjustable Power Output:
The new DSL models feature adjustable power settings, which delivers all-valve tone and feel, at any volume from bedroom to stage. The new technology adjusts power to the valves, instead of just turning off valve stages allowing the amp to remain articulate and dynamic.
Some innovative tweaks to the EQ circuitry have given the DSL models even greater tonal flexibility. The EQ section of the DSL can deliver exactly what your ears are looking for.
Marshall’s partnership with Softube has led to the creation of award-winning plug-ins, as well as exceptional tone in our CODE digital amps. The same team is responsible for the development of the new emulated output feature found in the DSL series. Both the headphone out and line out on the DSL model boasts incredibly accurate emulation of our famed 1960 cabinet.
Reverb, Resonance and Master Volume:
The DSL is now more versatile than ever, with new features including discrete master volume controls for each channel, built-in reverb and resonance controls.