#1
What can you guys tell me about this amp? I found a guy selling one for $800 dollars. It's about 11 years old.

I just want to know if it would be worth it to buy the thing.

http://saskatoon.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-sell-musical-instruments-amps-pedals-marshall-amp-W0QQAdIdZ229175961

Would it be worth it to buy this amp or should I be looking for something else? I was thinking of either getting this or seeing if I could find a JSX combo.

I'm looking for something to do metal and some clean stuff every once in a while. I'd be playing a RR5 through it.
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#2
Not a very highly regarded amp. Doesn't seem like that great of a deal either, but I don't know a whole lot about the canadian currency
#3
Quote by patriotplayer90
Not a very highly regarded amp. Doesn't seem like that great of a deal either, but I don't know a whole lot about the canadian currency


It'd be about ~770 USD, so which would be roughly 470 pounds or ~560+ Euros.

I only know what the amp sounds like from Youtube videos and it's a lot better than what I've been using.

I suppose that is expensive though since I could probably get a new 6505 or JSX combo for less.
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#4
It's meh. A JSX combo is much better in my opinion.
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#5
Quote by oneblackened
It's meh. A JSX combo is much better in my opinion.


Agree. The TSL is very "meh". The JSX gives some lovely lead tones, and rhythm for that matter
#6
my friend has a TSL602 that he gigs with twice a week. he seems to like it alot but he says the clean channel is lacking which isn't unusual for a marshall and he only uses his OD pedals for his gain i don't think he even uses his footswitch anymore.
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#8
I love my tsl. Great amp for me. try it and see if you like it
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