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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-04-2006, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Opinions on Marshall DSL 50/100

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I was looking at some marshall amps on the net, and saw that the Dual Super
Lead is availble in a 50 watt and 100 watt model. The price difference isn't that much, maybe $100-150.

My question is just how much difference will 50 watts make? can the 50 watt head run 2 cabs for a full stack? or just 1?

I am confused lol.

thanks =) also, would there be any sound difference?
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Re: Opinions on Marshall DSL 50/100

50 watts will be more than you'll ever need.
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Re: Opinions on Marshall DSL 50/100

I had a 100w marshall head and coulndt ever drive it the way I wanted cos it was too bloody loud !!!
there was only ever 1 gig I played where I managed to turn the amp up to 6......!!!!! it was a huge place and we were not going through the P.A !

buy the 50 mate.... drive it hard...
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Re: Opinions on Marshall DSL 50/100

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hi all =)

I was looking at some marshall amps on the net, and saw that the Dual Super
Lead is availble in a 50 watt and 100 watt model. The price difference isn't that much, maybe $100-150.

My question is just how much difference will 50 watts make? can the 50 watt head run 2 cabs for a full stack? or just 1?

I am confused lol.

thanks =) also, would there be any sound difference?
100W is overkill, unless you're playing in stadiums.
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Re: Opinions on Marshall DSL 50/100

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100W is overkill, unless you're playing in stadiums.
50 watts is about 95% as loud, so it's equally overkill.
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