Marshall amp solution
Hey I'm back! After a suspension by some whining idiot who didn't like what I wrote, how lame and *****!
Anyway, I came up with a solution to a problem I was having with the JCM 2000 TSL 100 channel switching. As it switches from any overdrive channel to clean, there seems to be a non-seamless gap, slight muting of the sound for a split second. After talking to Marshall, I'm told it's meant to be there to stop a pop, and unlike what someone said, its not modifiable by Marshall. I still don't get the FX loop switch on the pedal, as when you use it, the whole volume changes, so therefore making it useless.
So I found an origional JCM 900 Dual Reverb with 4x12 cab, second hand in mint condtion, so I bought it.
Seamless channel change, superb cleans and overdrives and to boost for lead work, I'm going to get the MXR Micro Amp pedal, which just adds a volume boost when you need it.
Job Done, although when I took the TSL out with the band, the volume muting is less noticable up loud. I also compared the sound difference between my TSL and JCM 900 Dual Reverb and SL-X heads and to be honest, there isn't a dislikable difference in sound with the TSL. It still sounds like a Marshall. Just having EL34's instead of 5881's if anything, gives it a little brighter tone, but WOW when you push in the deep switch when going through a 4x12 cab! Shakes the room!