#1
Hi!
I've looked at some amps, tubeamps, and I thought I might buy this one: Marshall combo JCM 2000 TSL601...
I'm mostly into metal, so would you recommend me to buy this amp?

Thanks!
#2
i would Definately recommend that you buy that amp.
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Marshall JCM900 100w head & 4x12 cab

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#3
Bleh, Marshall.

I don't know much, so it'll probably be a good idea to ignore me, but Marshall's are quiet, and metal isn't.

At least, that's what my local guitar shop said.
#4
Quote by OldHairyOne
Marshall's are quiet, and metal isn't.


the last thing an all tube Marshall can be confused with is "quiet".
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#6
Buy it...now

Those things are loud as hell, and the sound awesome. I've played a couple of those JCM combos and I damn near bought one. They overdrive like crazy when you need it which is a plus

And OldHairyOne, you should probably not go to that guitar shop, or at least ask them what Marshall they were playing.
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1969 EKO Ranchero
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Yorkville BM400H
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Dunlop GCB95 Wah
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#8
Try some other amps, like a Peavey 6505, Randall RG200, Ashdown Fallen Angel and such, before you go for it.

but the marshall is quite a pwnage amp.