#1
Marshall Bi-Chorus 200 valvestate (8280).. .. .. .. Marshall valvestate 8280

aren´t they accectly the same?

or am i just nuts?? (don´t answer that )

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#2
accectly? =s
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#3
i´m not that good in English but what i mean is they are precisely the same,, if you understand what i mean now.
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#4
maybe, maybe not. it seems like the first is the 8280... but with chorus... the second one seems like the first one but without chorus...
#5
yes and it says on the internet that (2nd handed) that on the bi chorus footswitch is channel change and Chorus,, but the other one is reverb... what would i do???
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#6
IMO an amp with built in reverb is genneraly better, because even SS amps that arent digital usually have srping reverb, which rocks, im not sure in this particular case though, but id still go with the one with reverb.
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#7
sorry wrong post, with amp no.1. (bi-chorus) has got the footswitch channel and chorus.. with the other one it doesn´t say wich is have.

sow are they the same? i think they are...
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#8
Yeah they are the same. There both pieces of crap.
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