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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by The Dose of Harmony, Jul 16, 2019.
Thank you Brother !
This thing rocks!
Possibly dirty sockets? In any case, what a great amp for that money!!
I can not believe it !!!!
This amp just buried my Tsl ‘s and Jvm’s Holy shit!
I just just put 7 new preamp tubes!
This is a Killing machine !!
Its running 6l6’s
Should i put 5881’s?
Congratulations on the new amp. I love my LM, its one of my favorite Marshalls.
On another note, GC will pay to have it fixed by a local tech in the 45 day period. I bought an amp and had it shipped only to find it DOA. The amp in question hadn't been made in years so they considered it vintage. They took it, sent it off to the local amp guru and called me when it was done. Quick and easy.
Hey guys i have teo questions
It did not bring the foot switch
Can I use the same as the Tsl ia 3 channel plus FX loop and reverb ?
I only want to know if it works
And i havent used the midi , i have nektar pacer that left it at my house the other but i dont even know how start to pair it?
No you can't. It has it's own. You can switch channels via midi but no idea which controller. Find the manual online about pairing. I know you hit the Store switch on the front.
This shit its getting out of my hands!!!!
The post did not make it very clear. It somehow sounded like you bought it, in some ways.
I’m not the op!!!!!
No. At least not true 5881s. A true 5881 or a reissue of a true 5881 is not rated to handle the voltages. You want 6L6GC spec tubes. But back in the 90s the Sovtek 5881 labeled tube was actually a 6L6GC equivalent.
"You want 6L6GC spec tubes."
That's what 5881 is: a 6L6.
Essentially 5881 and 6L6 is the very same tube (and still is).
5881 can have a higher rating than 6L6 (and still does). In screen voltage and plate voltage...
5881 is the military version of 6L6 which is built to withstand more shock and vibration than a normal 6L6GC, making 5881 more desirable for replacing normal consumer 6L6.
You will see Marshall amps that came stock with 5881 for that reason probably.
From experience the Sovtek 5881's sound fine and seem to be very durable and reliable and are affordable.
I use them as well as other tubes.
We have a bad case of GAS...........
The oem foot-switch is a three button unit that has a 6-pin DIN plug connector. You will need an exact replacement for full functionality. However, you can use any 5-pin, three button unit for basic functionality.
5881 is the military part number for a 6L6GB. The 6L6GC is the series III version and the GB/5881 is the series II version. The plate dissipation of the 5881 is 23 watts. The PD of the GC is 30 watts. The max plate voltage rating of the 5881 is 400 volts. The max plate voltage rating of the GC is 500 volts.
Thanks man for the info!
Whats the one bottom left?
Two’s Tsl 100 ?
Any mods differences?
Have you try an 6100 Lm?
Wait, what? You mean a 5 pin 3 button Midi? Cause the OEM footswitch which provides "full functionality" simply changes channels. So a 5 pin 3 button - I assume Midi? - would therefore do exactly the same thing.
Bottom left? It's a 2018 DSL100HR (you see I'm jacked in)
Two TSL's? Yes..........top is a 2004 unit I bought new from GC in 2005. It came with the Issue 6 board but I upgraded it myself to the Issue 20 unit. It rocks! The lower unit is an original 2005 model (issue 6) that I bought used from Reverb. It rocks also.
6100LM? I was attempting to buy one off REVERB this past weekend but the seller tried to highball me on the price at the last minute so I passed on him. I will buy one some day.
Jethro.........you have far more experience than me brother. I'm probably wrong (as I am most of the time) but I do know the oem pedal is a 6 pin connector.