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Slaytanic Jess 2006-06-29 21:05

Marshall TSL60 vs TSL100
 
Whats the difference between the two?

Doktorskell 2006-06-29 21:28

Volume, headroom, price

Slaytanic Jess 2006-06-29 21:32

which is better

Dissection 2006-06-29 21:39

how vague.

THE NAMES ARE DIFFERENT. :O





:D

Paedophage 2006-06-29 21:53

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Originally Posted by Slaytanic Jess
which is better

i'd say the 100, because it's 40 more than the 60.

*insert name here* 2006-06-29 23:34

Gigs-100 - Headroom
Home/practice/recording- 60 - Powertube saturation.

Valtiel 2006-06-30 00:28

Quote:
Originally Posted by Slaytanic Jess
which is better


You may want ask a more specific question than that. Way more specific.

Soeru 2006-06-30 06:47

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Originally Posted by *insert name here*
Gigs-100 - Headroom
Home/practice/recording- 60 - Powertube saturation.

Uh... you're still going to have to crank the 60W at wall-quaking volumes to get powertube saturation. 40W also wouldn't make that much of a volume difference right? I mean who cranks their amp volume past 11 o clock?

The difference is probably only in the poweramp, it's safe bet that they sound alike. I hear newer TSL's and DSL's have tons of reliablilty issues due to cheap manufacturing, you might want to look into older models or something.

Valtiel 2006-06-30 07:38

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Originally Posted by Soeru
I hear newer TSL's and DSL's have tons of reliablilty issues due to cheap manufacturing, you might want to look into older models or something.


Ive heard this as well. I was considering one until I read about said issues. Marshalls just aint' what they used to be.

*insert name here* 2006-06-30 08:15

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Originally Posted by Soeru
Uh... you're still going to have to crank the 60W at wall-quaking volumes to get powertube saturation. 40W also wouldn't make that much of a volume difference right? I mean who cranks their amp volume past 11 o clock?

The difference is probably only in the poweramp, it's safe bet that they sound alike. I hear newer TSL's and DSL's have tons of reliablilty issues due to cheap manufacturing, you might want to look into older models or something.

true,but that would be the benefit.

metal_monkey 2006-06-30 10:26

you don't desevre one if you don't know the difference between them, the main thing is WATTAGE one is 60 WATTS and the other is 100 WATTS

Slaytanic Jess 2006-06-30 12:04

so they arent reliable? what type of amp should i get?

Dissection 2006-06-30 14:45

Depends on what kind of sound you are going for.
Most people here will probably suggest an ENGL.

IRON90 2006-06-30 17:16

Quote:
Originally Posted by Slaytanic Jess
Whats the difference between the two?


The most the other guys said, and also the channels are completly separate, with that i mean 3 eq controls on each channel and all that kinda shit.


Sorry if this makes no sense, i'm kinda low....:stoned:

Slaytanic Jess 2006-06-30 19:57

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Originally Posted by IRON90
Sorry if this makes no sense, i'm kinda low....:stoned:

lol you mean high
im into death metal/ thrash metal kind o stuff, really raw. ill probably be doing some gigs in the future and i record a bunch of stuff at home.

IRON90 2006-07-01 02:30

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Originally Posted by Slaytanic Jess
lol you mean high


No actually i mean low i'm almost falling asleep....

Valtiel 2006-07-01 10:01

Quote:
Originally Posted by Slaytanic Jess
lol you mean high
im into death metal/ thrash metal kind o stuff, really raw. ill probably be doing some gigs in the future and i record a bunch of stuff at home.


Ok that would be good to tell us in the first place. For brutal disortion at the lowest price I would look at a Peavey 5150.

Soeru 2006-07-02 09:28

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Originally Posted by Valtiel
Ive heard this as well. I was considering one until I read about said issues. Marshalls just aint' what they used to be.

Same here, then I figured I could get an Engl Fireball for even less. :P

Get a Fireball, or a 5150 or JSX if you want uglier distortion for brutal stuff, but the ENGL can do brutal DM and thrash exceptionally well. I don't suggest Engl cause I'm an elitist fanboy, I suggest it because I fucking own one. :)


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