#1
ok guys im being offered a trade a 1993 blues deville in good condition for my marshall dsl 401 that i brught used a week ago lol so what do u think?
#5
ok then the fender has less tubes could that mean less quality of sound?
#6
No not at all. I actually think the Fender's tone sounds more tubey than the Marshall because of its beautiful cleans and mild overdrives. Thats why if you really like to play clean and blues I would get the Fender because performs great for that, but it cant get a very hard distortion like for metal or anything. The Marshall sounds great and has a great clean and overdrives, but it depends on what you play. I, personally, would get the Marshall.
#8
i'd keep the marshall if you play predominantly rock and metal.
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#9
^Yea, the Fender is better for cleans and bluesy type stuff, they're very different amps.

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