#1
I currently have a Marshall MG50. It's done it's job and now I'm looking for a more tone friendly amp, I've hunted around alot and decided I'm going to get a Marshall TSL60. This for those of you who don't know is a valve amp.
I was wondering if any of you have played with this amp and how good it is. I play alot of classic rock, right through for 67-89, mainly Cream, Guns N Roses, Pink Floyd kinda stuff. I also like to play a bit of blues. Would this amp be any good for this? I have a Epiphone Les Paul btw.
#2
It's alright, but I think that a used JCM800 might be something else to look into. It's going to be better for those classic rock tones.
#3
I think you'd find that amp voiced much too modernly for your tastes.

What's your budget and what country are you in?
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Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer
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Home-Built Germanium Fuzz Face
MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay
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#5
I think a TSL would be a bit too modern. Maybe a DSL, but id say the JCM800 would be best.
#7
Sounds like a Laney VC30 might be best for you, unless you can afford a JCM800 and will have an opprotunity to crank it.
Fender MIM Stratocaster
Ibanez TS-9 Tube Screamer
Fulltone OCD
Dallas-Arbiter Wah Baby
Home-Built Germanium Fuzz Face
MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay
2 Fender Blues Juniors