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The Official Marshall Studio Vintage Thread Sv20h

Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Michael Roe, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. Alestir

    Alestir New Member

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    By trying to stop more Jim Crow laws! You have a problem with that, big mouth?

    Yes, shut up!
     
  2. scozz

    scozz Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    @painted_klown, Here’s a chart of some preamp tubes and their gain value in percentage. A 12AX7 being 100%

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  3. painted_klown

    painted_klown Active Member

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    @scozz

    This chart is great! Thank you for posting it.

    I genuinely appreciate the assistance. :)
     
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    Nice room and setup!

    A slight aside, what is that mixer you have there?

    I use a Tascam 32SD as a mixer and recorder in my room and am interested if that is the newer Tascam version.
     
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  5. Boldkharma

    Boldkharma Well-Known Member

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    I may be in the minority here but I absolutely love the V-types. I first tried one in my DSL40C. I have since put them in my 1936 cab and I have the SV212 and SC1x12 cabs with them. I have owned and played a lot of celestions but the V's work for me. They sound fantastic clean to mean.
     
  6. junk notes

    junk notes Well-Known Member

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    Sounds good, thanks for the review. I eventually will have to try out these 12" V-type speakers with the SV20H.
    With the new V speakers at roughly $99.00 U.S., perhaps try them out and hear how they would sound through a 4x12.. (Next, through the 50w and 100w heads. No prob with 280w right? :fingersx:)
     
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    Boldkharma Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    It's a Tascam model 24 mixer/recorder

    20210814_085346.jpg
     
  8. junk notes

    junk notes Well-Known Member

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    I found a pair of 16Ω V's and emailed my reasonable offer. He was asking close to new with warranty, so waiting to hear back. :fingersx:
     
  9. Handel85

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    nice. I'm looking forward to trying them out in the sv212 w/ my sv20h. SV212 is backordered right now at Sweetwater, but can't wait to give em a go!
     
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    I 100% agree that the V-types work really well with the Studio amps. Great in fact.
     
  11. junk notes

    junk notes Well-Known Member

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    They said yes to my offer, but mistakenly found out that they are over two hours away. I asked respectively to meet half way to cut fuel costs. Who knows, they might go for it! There is still a chance for at least a pair of these V-types!
     
  12. JAC

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    Both SC20 and SV20 are very nice. God willing my next Marshall with be the SV20H. It is on my radar after I get a few small expenses cleared up. So far I have managed to get C5H, JTM1H, DSL1HR, DSL15C, Origins 20H. I dig Marshalls. The SV20H appears to be my dream Marshall so far. I hope they keep making these for a while.
     
  13. purpleplexi

    purpleplexi Well-Known Member

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    Much as I love my SV I keep looking at SCs lately. Also I'm wondrin what the SV would sound like jumpered into the SC....
     
  14. Biff Maloy

    Biff Maloy Well-Known Member

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    I had my SV20H and 2525H paired up yesterday. Both at 20 watts into their matching 2x12s. The MJ was set on the rhythm channel unclipped and i was plugged into the high treble input on the SV. Both amps were driving and i had my MXR Echoplex and Preamp into the SV for a wet/dry. Those pedals also sounded good into the Jubilee.
    Aside from anybody should understand what a Les Paul sounded like into this i can say for sure if one 20 watt head ain't enough try two.
     
  15. scozz

    scozz Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    That sounds pretty interesting!
     
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    I can truly appreciate that, because I do it all the time.
    Only I don’t have the studio amps.
    Thanks
     
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  17. Biff Maloy

    Biff Maloy Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. I knew you run yours hard. I had to use my MXR Stereo Chorus to split signal to both amps. I kept it off and just ran Echo off one side. Jubilee's clean channel cranked and breaking up complimented the SV very well. LAF though.

    I've been contemplating getting a Radial Switchbone for splitting signal but here lately I'm looking hard at a GigRig G3 or most likely the G3 Atom. I don't use a lot of effects but I tend to swap some in and out for different flavors. Either one of those would be a way more advanced splitter and allow me to "home" those pedals i don't use very often but still like to kick em on every now and then.
     
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    Another day of tonal bliss! Screenshot_20210816-100818_Photos.jpg
     

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    I haven`t read thru this SV20 discussion but just listened to this demo video of it & it is too good not to share here [apologies if it already has been].
     
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  20. G the wildman

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    I visited the Marshall factory yesterday. Had my sv repaired. Such a fabulous culture in the workforce, long may they have success.

    Great to have it back, spent 4 hours messing with it when I got home.

    My attenuator is well employed again. Ha ha.

    Everything is "All Right Now".

    G
     

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