#1
Hi


I'm quite suspicious about this amp because it is so cheap, all-valve, 40 watts and Marshall.

So is the Marshall Haze (combo) any good?

Or is it just a gimmicky range with valves to make it seem better?

Can someone inform me on these amps?

Thanks.
#2
Yes, I too would like to know, because they seem too good to be true. None of the shops by me have got them in yet, so I haven't tried any out. Has anyone?
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#4
Never tried or heard them but one of my friend told me it sucked. Try it to make yourself an idea
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#5
If you want a good all-valve, relatively cheap amp, then forget about the Haze series and go for a Blackstar HT-5. Awesome tone and it can handle quit a bit of genres.
#6
Quote by TheOpenMind
If you want a good all-valve, relatively cheap amp, then forget about the Haze series and go for a Blackstar HT-5. Awesome tone and it can handle quit a bit of genres.


Got that amp
#7
Quote by The Chimney Man
Got that amp


Oh... Well... Nevermind then lol.

But I tried the Haze at my local shop and wasn't really impressed so...

I'm going to stick with the Blackstar.
#8
Quote by The Chimney Man
Got that amp

Then get a peavey classic, that sounds more British voiced then that horrible haze. I used one in the store, I was excited, but it sounded so bad I walked out the store angry
#9
the vox night train is way better than the haze, go that way.
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#10
Quote by Aurex
the vox night train is way better than the haze, go that way.


But he already has a Blackstar, and 2 low wattage amps would be kind of silly, I think.
#11
Quote by TheOpenMind
Oh... Well... Nevermind then lol.

But I tried the Haze at my local shop and wasn't really impressed so...

I'm going to stick with the Blackstar.



Yeah I love mine to death, I'm just looking at stuff for bigger gigs in the future.
#12
Quote by The Chimney Man
Yeah I love mine to death, I'm just looking at stuff for bigger gigs in the future.

Look at a Peavey Classic 30W tube amp, Peavey Vlveking, and a B-52 AT112 60W tube amp.
#13
Quote by darkcheef
Look at a Peavey Classic 30W tube amp


I love mine, but you need a nice boost to make the OD channel sound good.
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