The first new-design Marshall amp for ages, but tonally it recalls the company's illustrious past. You have to hear it. And when you mention the words 'Marshall amp' to a guitarist, most will have some preconception of what sort of sound you're talking about: big, ballsy, cutting treble, punchy mid-range and grinding distortion.
The Marshall Vintage Modern 50 Watt Head is an all-valve single channel amplifier with a choice of two dynamic ranges selectable by footswitch. The Low range equates to the performance you would come to expect from a stock vintage Marshall amplifier in terms of tone and available gain. The High range adds an extra preamp valve into the signal path, facilitating those classic hard rock tones of the seventies.
Forgot your password? By JohansoloMay 14, in Amps. I've been playing a VM for about a year now and have own ed both the and My favorite Marshall I've owned and currently in production.
The Marshall Vintage Modern watts head is an all-valve single channel amplifier with a choice of two dynamic ranges selectable by footswitch. Slash only used it with Velvet Revolver. I had been using the watt version live, but I switched to the 50s because sound more musical, a bit sweeter.
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The bigger surprise was the other amp Marshall released around the same time—the bonehead-simple Vintage Modern. The only thing slightly confusing about this amp is its name. Yet despite its classic look, the amp boasts several contemporary features.
One of the most versatile amps to cover lots of music genres from classic rock to 80s rock. These amps have to be played without pedals and enjoy the lushness of tube distortion. Marshall amps are made super solid and can easily fight a war.