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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Michael Roe, Dec 2, 2019.
5w tube amps for $2499, obviously
Time will tell............
The current Studio line is quite successful, but it is missing an obvious model, the Studio Modern (Vintage, Classic, and Jubilee are out). I think it should be a channel switcher (also missing from the lineup). Something akin (not exactly the same, be creative) to a JVM-1 with the 20 watt power section.
Yeah, Studio Modern...
Well, at least it will have a cathode follower the DSL20 lacks.
A TSL 5w no less.
You nailed it. Perhaps just single gain channel, getting rid of all the noise.
Although, I recall an interview by Randall Smith where he stated that the Recto got "that" tone when they added up all the switching circuitry unrelated to the sound path.
I can see this happening for sure . You have to stranglehold ( Ted Nugent on my brain ) all corners of the market !
That's pretty good !
That's what I am talking about . Maybe 200-400 watts ?
I've always been disatisfied with my Code50 the speaker and cabinet seemed to be trying to give it a stack in the room kind of sound/feel but it has a super flubby bass and can't quite get the EQ balanced.
I've taken it apart and if you remove the amp and power power section you basically have a couple of credit card size boards with all the effects in and a huge front panel. If I had a Code 20 with the smaller front panel and the capacitors+ heatsink for the power supply and power amp weren't so chunky I could cram it all into the CODE 4 switch footswitch quite easily.
I would actually really like one of those CODE footswitch pedal thingies with all the electronics inside. I always felt that if Marshall had aimed for a slightly higher price point with their Code amps, like $50 more. They could have had a less resonant boxy sounding cabinet and higher quality speaker they could have fixed most of the complaints from more experienced musicians. It's almost there it's frustrating.
A Bluesbreaker tube preamp with a solid state power section. And tube tremolo.
They did shoot for the extra $50 in price, and are getting it too. When they first came out, the 25 was $200, the 50 was $250. Then, I don't know how long after release, they raised the price to the current levels, $250 and $300 respectively, without any changes in build quality... Still seem to be selling 'cause the price ain't dropping. I bought a 25 at $200, took it back shortly after. I don't think they are worth the new price... Anyway, just my opinion.
Still would love to see a Studio Bluesbreakers/JTM45 added. Right now, I'm pretty sure I'm set on amps with what I have in my SV20, 4010, and C5 (along with my 2 Fender Bassbreaker). But if Marshall put out a Studio Blues breakers combo... All bets would be off at that point.
If they do a studio Bluesbreaker (JTM) i have ordered one
That seems to be somewhat of a consensus, a JTM Studio... SB20
The SB20 will be an interesting series but the original it's a 30w amp. I think will be better an affordable 30W BB or an amp with his clean sound and his tremolo sound.
.... ok. How about this then? . .
Half the amp industry is about recreating plexi sound, feel and response at Any level... and re-amping with things line Fryette power station/black cat unleash, is popular way of getting there..
How about a plexi with built in load box and re-amping, dual foot switchable masters with individual loops. Class D amp that takes ANY load. 200 watt or more... and since this is the re -amp-age...Plexi Rampage... solving all the impractical issues with a plexi for live work ...a practical plexi... plexi rampage...
I suppose it'd be a bit much to ask them for a simpler series of amps that doesn't incorporate any of these common design flaws...
PC board mounted tube sockets
PC board mounted control potentiometers
A computer based channel switching system
More than two channels
stage series ,a modded plexi just like the yjm with those type features in 100 w and 50 w .4 holer w power attenuation, self biasing etc.
well are we sure that winter namm will bring us a new amp line ? maybe they'll go full pedal or modelling this time...