#1
I just got a Marshall 6100 30th anniversary head and decided I would record some riffing on it for you guys to see what these things are about. Seems like a lot of people don't really know what they sound like/know too much about them. They are absolutely wonderful, the best Marshall I have ever played in my opinion (and I've played every none modded one). They are incredibly versatile and sound great!

MP3 is on my profile!

Settings: Crunch channel with all mode switches in (supposed to emulate a JCM900) bass: 3 o'clock, mid: 2 o'clock, treble: 5 o'clock, gain: max

Running my DBX 166XL compressor/limiter/gate through the loop but no other effects.

Enjoy and give me some feedback, love/hate/I suck whatever leave it!

EDIT: forgot to mention that it's running through my Randall MTS 4x12 with Vintage 30's....and excuse the recording quality; it's with my laptop's internal mic through sound recorder...only the best haha
http://www.youtube.com/user/chuckmehh
Randall RM100/Basson Cab
DBX166XL/BBE Sonic Maximizer
Boss NS-2, sCream Cheese 2.0 OD, Zakk Wylde wah
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#3
Quote by thetoastinator
Wow nice man. Ive never heard a Marshall with that much stock gain, except for the JVM... Sounds sick!



Agreed man. It has the most gain of any Marshall I've played other than JVM as you said. The JVM got really muddy with the gain the whole way up though and I had to put it around 5 to even control it. I def. love that I crank the gain on this and have it be usable the entire way!
http://www.youtube.com/user/chuckmehh
Randall RM100/Basson Cab
DBX166XL/BBE Sonic Maximizer
Boss NS-2, sCream Cheese 2.0 OD, Zakk Wylde wah
Custom Epiphones
Monster Cables
Awe-in-One picks..and more