Andy can you coax any real good Brown tones from the Code 25?just registered so i can post,
I'm really starting to enjoy the code25, and despite its small speaker-which will never sound like a 4x12, --it has a lot of potential-for practice and recording.
I'm loving the fact that for the price of a boutique distortion/od pedal-we get the history of Marshall.
believe me-if i could use the 100w head in my rig , i would, but i play at home, and i have yet to try hooking up the code25 to a 4x12, dont really have to because it is pretty good anyway--1x10.
I have looked at most of the youtube vids, and they cant really show the actual sound-cos its youtube--
but the 25 is loud, i mean LOUD, and thats all good, its Marshall after all.
if i could turn back time-i might have got the 50, for the bigger screen , and the 12 inch speaker, but seriously--for the price, i think they nailed it.
Most of the time, the blutooth thing is working ok--some bugs which i hope they fix, but the more you play with it, the more you will see how good they made it work.
i used to be a line6 guy, but i went back to valve--loved the class5 so much i got 4 of them-some modded, but i needed a lot of outboard stuff to get the distortion and delay/reverb stuff i wanted--its all there in spades with the code,
I have been looking hard for a printed list of the presets-so i can decide which to overwrite, and a list of the actual models of pre/power and speaker cab models-just so i can start to get things organised.
but its all good-and can only get better-well done Marshall, really.
superior to a Eleven rack? damn i will love this amp then!I bought my Code 25 couple weeks ago.I traded in my Eleven Rack .The sound and models from the Code are superior in every way.I wish that Marshall would make an app that looked and worked like the pc program for the Eleven Rack.Been playing the Code 10 to 1 more than my Hughes and Kettner Switchblade.I think it is THAT good.
With all the problems the app is giving everyone, why are you all still screwing with the app?
I don't even plan to try the app out. All I want are the tones I desire from the amp, and nothing else.
In some ways I'd prefer the CODE if the controls were in the traditional top/front of the cabinet in easy reach without having to leave the chair and stand over it.
any chance of posting a clip? No offence but i have seen players say this before even on really high end gear,You can dial in early VH with no pedals. I have the 50 and was going to replace the speaker but the stock one is sounding better with a little breaking in.