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Marshall DSL40C Guitar Valve Amp Combo

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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Power Output (Watt): 40
  • Tubes (Poweramp): EL34
  • Speakers: 1x12"
  • Number of Channels: 2
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MARSHALL DSL40C Cream

40 watt full tube combo with two channels, celestion speaker and cream white tolex cover, including foot switch

With the Marshall DSL40C Cream, the original British amplifier manufacturer presents a limited edition of its most popular full tube combos, which immediately catches the eye with its cream-white Tolex cover. Thanks to two channels with switchable sound modes, the amp covers the entire spectrum of classic and modern Brit sounds, while 40 watts and a 12" speaker from Celestion promise powerful sounds.

MARSHALL DSL40C Cream Panel

The Marshall DSL40C offers two channels with switchable sound modes and extensive possibilities to adjust the sound.

Marshall sound between traditional clean and modern high gain

The two-channel preamplifier of the Marshall DSL40C works with three ECC83 tubes and covers a wide sound spectrum with the "Classic Gain" and "Ultra Gain" channels, each with two selectable gain modes. From traditional clean to rich overdrive to modern high gain metal distortion, the DSL40C Combo covers the entire spectrum of typical Marshall sounds.

Versatile tone control and great reverb

To adjust the sound, the Marshall DSL40C has a common 3-band tone control for both channels. This is supplemented by a "Tone Shift"-switch, which influences the midrange reproduction and thus enables scoops for modern metal. The integrated reverb of the DSL40 Combo convinces with its natural three-dimensionality and offers a separate level control for each of the channels.

Power amplifier with power reduction, Celestion loudspeaker

Equipped with two EL34 tubes, the power amplifier of the Marshall DSL40C delivers 40 watts and thus provides sufficient volume reserves for rehearsal room and gigs. Thanks to the integrated power switching, nothing stands in the way of using the compact combo in your own four walls. The power of the power amplifier is delivered to a 12" Celestion Seventy 80 loudspeaker, which fits perfectly to the character of the DSL40C with its balanced reproduction.

MARSHALL DSL40C Cream

With its cream-white Tolex cover, the versatile Marshall DSL40C Cream immediately catches the eye.

The Marshall DSL40C Cream at a glance:

  • Full Tube Combo for Electric Guitar
  • Limited edition with Tolex cover in cream white
  • Preamplifier with four ECC83, output stage with two EL34
  • 40 Watt power, switchable to 20 Watt
  • One 12" Celestion Seventy 80 speaker
  • Two channels with switchable sound modes and common 3-band tone control
  • Reverb with separate controls for each channel, serial effect path
  • Including foot switch

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Power Output (Watt): 40
  • Tubes (Poweramp): EL34
  • Speakers: 1x12"
  • Number of Channels: 2
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Effects loop: Yes
  • Foot Switch Connection: Yes
  • Incl. Foot Switch: Yes
  • Connection for External Speaker: Yes
  • Weight (kg): 22.9
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