Re: Marshall Amps and after sales care
I agree that sound quality for some, but not all amps have gone down, but I also haven't played a Marshall that wasn't built like a tank. Another thing to point out is that I haven't played any low end Marshall's so I can't comment on thier quality or durabiliy. Keep in mind all companies put out products that aren't as good as thier previous, I just give it time before those lesser quality products will be phased out because of public response to them. Also it boils down to taste for the most part. I originally played a Mode Four, not expecting much because it's basically a glorified solid-state. My friend has one and I didn't like it at first, but it grew on me and I now think it's a very versatile amp. It's still too much though, a Mode Four would be much nicer if it weren't so overpriced. I can't comment on after sales care either, I've never had to deal with them after buying a Marshall, because from what I've played they haven't declined in durability. Exactly where have they declined in your opinion, sound quality, overall, build quality? You didn't exactly make it clear to me what you feel has declined.
Last edited by brothersnowgone; 01-04-2006 at 05:14 PM.