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DSL40CRV (Vintage) weight and manual

Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Brian Ferrell, May 6, 2021.

  1. Brian Ferrell

    Brian Ferrell New Member

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    Does anyone know what the weight of the DSL40CRV amp is? I can't find the manual for it anywhere online to find out its weight from that. I would think that it would be the same weight as the DSL40CR (50 pounds) but I don't want to buy a Vintage if it might be heavier than that. And what's up with Marshall selling the DSL40CRV but not allowing us to view the manual first?
     
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    Looking at an ad for the DSL40CRV, the speaker is the same stock V-Type found in a normal DSL40CR.
    https://www.zzounds.com/item--MSHDSL40CRV
    So the weight for just the amp is the same: 22.9 kg / 50 lbs.
    If you see a higher shipping weight, that may include all the packaging, power lead and footswitch.
    All they have changed is the name plates and piping, so the manual is the same as for the DSL40CR too and downloadable from this page:https://marshall.com/marshall-amps/products/amps/dsl/dsl40

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    Mystic38 Well-Known Member

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    isn't the only thing that makes this "vintage" the block logo?
     
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    SkyMonkey Well-Known Member

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    Not entirely.
    The extra badge, bottom left, clearly states that this Modern-voiced amp is now 'Vintage'.
     
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    Same weight + or - a few Grams .
     
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    purpleplexi Well-Known Member

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    Vintage stuff is always heavier. That's why my back hurts.
     
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    Mitchell Pearrow Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    I used to have the 40C version [​IMG]
    And it weighed the same as my white ones..
    Cheers
    Mitch
     
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  8. Brian Ferrell

    Brian Ferrell New Member

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    Thanks for all the replies! Good to know that the Vintage version probably isn't any heavier than the normal version. SkyMonkey, "If you see a higher shipping weight, that may include all the packaging, power lead and footswitch"- that's what I was thinking too. That would make sense. I have 3 Marshalls- a JMD:100 head, JMD:100 2x12 combo and a Code 100H head. They are all modelers and great sounding and versatile but I psychologically crave that all real tube Marshall sound.
     
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