#1
that can really do it all. Or at least come close. I'm really hoping that there is a Marshall that can do blues, hard rock, thrash metal, classical/ neoclassical, classic rock and shred. And the reason for it "having" to be a Marshall is because I really like the Marshall crunch and OD. Any help is really appreciated. BTW if im coming off as a douche bag sorry I'm not trying to.
#5
He doesn't seem to care about cash, he just want the best amp for versatility. And since it is the Marshall sound he wants in it, it has to be a Marshall.
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#8
what about oranges?

Oranges are great amps. If it dosnt have to be a Marshall then look into one of these
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Jvm?



I was gonna say that.

I haven't tried one out though.

Only seen the Marshall demo.
#11
To be honest mate, I'd look into getting an Orange Rocker. They can do that Marshall crunch a damn site better than most modern Marshall's. Also, the problem with getting an older Plexi or something is that the crunch comes from a cranked Plexi...which is totally impractical.
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#12
I fyou can afford it, then the JVM
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#13
jvm, maybe, but for everything there are still amps i'd prefer... engl se, bogner xtc, etc.
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#14
I have the TSL100 and find it is very versatile. Alot of people here don't care for them much, but I love the amp. Try it out see what you think. Also the JVM is pretty awesome.
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#15
JCM 800. It's very easy to get a Master of Puppets tone with an OD and attenuator or even Pantera stuff. Also does hard rock and blues very well, not tried a neoclassic shred tone on it though.
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Marshall JVM, 4 channels of bliss
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#17
The Jvm is possibly the most versitile marshall!

Its not too badly priced either (If your in england of course)