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Marshall DSL15C DSL Series 15-Watt Guitar Combo Amp
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- 15 watts
- All valve
- 1x12" speaker
- Digital Reverb
- 2 Channels - Classic Gain & Ultra Gain (foot switchable).
- The DSL15C is loaded with a single 12â€³ CelestionÂ® G12E speaker, and is supplied with a two button footswitch for channel change and Reverb on/off.
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|Item Dimensions||21.65 x 21.65 x 12.2 in||8.85 x 18.89 x 16.54 in||12 x 16 x 16 in||20.5 x 26 x 12 in||8.75 x 14.75 x 17.5 in||15.2 x 28.1 x 21.9 in|
|Item Weight||39.68 lbs||23.81 lbs||6.61 lbs||21 lbs||23 lbs||56.06 lbs|
The DSL15C is a compact, all-valve 15 Watt combo that delivers on tone. Powered by two 6V6 power valves and three ECC83s in the preamp, the DSL15C might be small, but its guts are as serious as its big brother, the DSL100H. With foot switchable classic/ultra gain channels, deep switch to boost lower-end chunk, and on the back panel, a pentode/triode switch for maximum flexibility (15 Watt to 7.5 Watt), the DSL15H perfectly combines performance, versatility and value for money. The DSL15C is loaded with a single 12” Celestine G12E speaker, and is supplied with a two button footswitch for channel change and reverb on/off.
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I really think it's an awesome amp, no it's not the jcm's and it's not a massive 15w tube amp sound but mic it up to a PA, I bet this would be sweet on stage!!
I love this amp. I'm not a metalhead, but I will occasionally play Metallica or Black Sabbath riffs through it on the red channel. The red Channel (ultra gain) is super-distorted. It gives a very modern metal sound when it is turned up. If you have the red channel on about 3, it sounds very good, like that classic Marshall tone everyone talks about.
The clean channel (Classic Gain) is very nice. The sound is very articulate and clean. There is a lot of headroom, and it will only barely start to break up if you dime the gain on that channel. It's perfect for pedals. Sounds great playing everything from country to blues to indie rock.
Construction of the head is top-notch. Yes, it's made in Vietnam. So are your shoes, more than likely, and you trust your feet and body to those on a daily basis. There's nothing wrong with the construction or country of origin.
The head is lightweight and can get very loud when it's at full power. I use it with a Marshall 4x12 A cab with Celestions and it sounds great. Plenty of bass and treble.
I play a variety of guitars through it. Bright single coils from Fender, Gibson p90 and humbucker-equipped guitars. Of course, the higher output humbuckers will make the amp distort more quickly, but that's the sound you want. The Fender single coils (tele, strat, jazzmaster, and Jaguar) all sound amazing on the clean channel. With pedals, they all rock.
I recommend this amp if you want something small and lightweight that can push a 4x12. It's probably not powerful enough for a packed club and a really loud drummer with no PA- that is something to consider (although, it's very loud... much louder than my Vox AC15). With a PA, the amp is perfect.