Marshall Origin 20H and pedals

steveb63

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I have been fiddling with my Origin 50c for the last couple of weeks and had some loop problems with delays and such when running the gain near maxed. I dialed the gain and master down to about 4 and hooked a Friedman BE-OD up on the front end... BOOM! There it is! Now I have the gain I want with a glorious tone and that cleaned up the effects loop problem. The Tech21 Boost DLA delay pedal in the loop works perfect as a solo boost and now is crystal clear.
Yup
Use the BE od Deluxe with my Origin 20H as well.

It's my "poor man" version of a Friedman amp.

Love the Friedman tone........ the price tag, not so much. Figgered I'd use this rig until l saved enough for the "real" BE.

Turns out this is meeting my needs just fine.

Used the amp fund for more toys and shiny things Lol.
 

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The Origin is everything from sparkling cleans with some grit to grindy kerrang to big chunk. A very lively sounding amp down every avenue.
I've found a combination that works for me, and I can dial my 20 in for a lot of different tones.
I love mine to death.. I can dial in any thing I want from it.
The 50H
I agree with everything here.

I've had the 50H for about a year and a half, using the Boss GT-100 in 4CM as individual stompboxes (BD-2 in front, and light reverb and delay in loop), and for me it covers the sounds I grew up with.

I play only at home, but it's still one of the most satisfying purchases I've made.
 

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I agree with everything here.

I've had the 50H for about a year and a half, using the Boss GT-100 in 4CM as individual stompboxes (BD-2 in front, and light reverb and delay in loop), and for me it covers the sounds I grew up with.

I play only at home, but it's still one of the most satisfying purchases I've made.
Same same, I love how it can get an early bite, and just how far you can take it into heavier crunch with just a few pedals.
I have never really explored the Vox Tone Lab with it for Trower tones yet, but I am sure it will get there nonetheless.
I believe I have had mine at close to the 3 year mark now.

Cheers
 


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