Thanks man!It certainly is amazing how well the amp responds to subtle little changes in guitar settings and playing techniques. To me, the is even more idicative of a truly great amp than what that amp can when simply balls out to the walls! Touch sensitivity and feel are where i's at, for me at least!
Glad Yer Havin' Fun,
Really impressive what Marshall was able to achieve in these little studio amps. They have successfully captured the spirit of the original amps. The amount of detail and character is on another level and I feel so many guitarist out there have no clue what their missing, shit I almost forgot what it was like. The last time I experienced an amp like this was when I owned a 2204 12+ years ago... Bout time.
Oh nice! good news! guessing it will be a long honeymoon! Cannot wait to hear your comments and hear your reactions to this head! It does its own thing and sounds great. The self-biasing thing is a getting used to, but a very nice circuit. All the control knobs seem to be a bit more sensitive and breaks up slightly different to the Plexis. yes, the Plexi guys would really get into this amp!
Awesome. I hope you get it. I'm sure you have an attenuator on hand for it
Congrats man!!! Welcome to the party! Please share your experience once it arrives!
Lmao!!!Did your neighbor move, and the other stay away 5 days a week, before or after you got the amp?
Yeah I learned that lesson when i tried to demo one at guitar center in low power mode…They defintely made it authentic plexi in how it seems to jump to 80% of its max volume between 1 and 2 lol.You'll love it....enjoy. Not to be confused with quiet though, even in low power (5w) mode.
A 1987 is to a 1986 is to a 1992 is to a 1959. The SV, although sounds small does sound like the junior of the bunch, but it really is a slightly different circuit handling tubes differently and being a self biasing amp.if you've ever owned or played a 1959 or even a 1987 the SV definitely sounds small.