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Old 2006-06-29, 21:05
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Marshall TSL60 vs TSL100

Whats the difference between the two?
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Old 2006-06-29, 21:28
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Volume, headroom, price
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Old 2006-06-29, 21:32
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which is better
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Old 2006-06-29, 21:39
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how vague.

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Old 2006-06-29, 21:53
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which is better

i'd say the 100, because it's 40 more than the 60.
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Old 2006-06-29, 23:34
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Gigs-100 - Headroom
Home/practice/recording- 60 - Powertube saturation.
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Old 2006-06-30, 00:28
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which is better


You may want ask a more specific question than that. Way more specific.
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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.
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Old 2006-06-30, 07:38
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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.
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Old 2006-06-30, 08:15
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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.
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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
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Old 2006-06-30, 12:04
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so they arent reliable? what type of amp should i get?
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Old 2006-06-30, 14:45
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Depends on what kind of sound you are going for.
Most people here will probably suggest an ENGL.
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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....
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Old 2006-06-30, 19:57
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Sorry if this makes no sense, i'm kinda low....

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.
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lol you mean high


No actually i mean low i'm almost falling asleep....
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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.
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Old 2006-07-02, 09:28
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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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