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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Moony, Jan 20, 2016.
(ID) CORE is Blackstar.
Was this a Freudian slip?
Hilarious... I didn't even notice
$250 is not bad for digital Marshall combo 50w 1x12 amp that does JTM, JMP, 800, Jub..etc. It's a price of a boutique pedal but does more.
I don't think this will replace my Marshall tube amps but perfect for recording, fun, practice amp. It's got USB, iPod input, headphone output so definitely for home use or small gig if you don't want to carry your pedal board.
US price at SW.
25w 1x10 = $199
50w 1x12 = $249
Yep, been doing that all day.
Pry the "R" button off of your keyboard until the habit is broken. You'll sound like you're from Boston for a while, though.
Coming home from work and seeing all of this has made my day! I was wanting to get a Blackstar id100 watt head, now this Marshall is revealed and affordable , I will have my first new in-box Marshall this year, and I just seen they did the Blackstar id in a 40 watt head for $179..... I can get that also this year and have plenty of stuff to play with to keep me happy. Seems like its gonna be a good year. I know there are die hard digital haters but I'm not one of them, I just enjoy playing.
Now that sh!t is funny right there!
Could this possibly be the 1st disposable Marshall amp ?
I've read every post and not a single person said it was crap in any way shape or form.
The few of us that are into modeling and actually would LOVE to use CODE also have world class pro gear and would love to intigrate this new Marshall but cannot because they are not allowing us by leaving out a few very low cost appointments (midi in and fx loop) We are dissapointed because we LIKE it, but not a single one of us said it was crap or even said it sounded bad.
If you think for a second that the effects in this marshall are even remotely as good, configuarable, or real time modifyable as Eventide, Axe FX II , Lexicon, TC Electronic, you are sadly mistaken.
That said.... I can see me buying one for home/studio recording dry or re-amping, or to replace my practice amp.
Nothing like a new amp to wake up some trolls
Would have been nice if they made it able to run off rechargeable batteries. Like a couple of laptop batteries. Then you could truly take it anywhere.
No I'm serious .... out of warranty it could possibly cost more to have repaired than to buy another.
Really looking forward to hear this amp in the same room and not through some demos.
Also, I think the point that a previous poster made about the amp retaining qualities like single coil feeling like a single coil etc. will be crucial for me.
My Digitech GSP 21 Legend has been out of warranty for decades, and it still works just fine. It saw hundreds of bar gigs back in the day, too.
My Marshall 1972 50w still works as well. I guess we'll see if the new Code series stands the test of time.
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It had better sound good, cos it is fukking ugly.