#2
2203 single channel 100w
2204 single channel 50w
2205 dual channel, not sure of wattage, possible reverb not sure

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#3
Quote by bons330
Whats the difference between a 2205, 2204 and 2203 Marshall?


2205 - 2204 = 1

2204 - 2203 = 1

The difference is one (1)

Except for:

2205 - 2203 = 2

Then the difference is two (2)

I don't know Marshall, only Kelvin, Celcius and Fahrenheit. But you can find those on teh innernetz.
#4
lol yay math

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#5
2203 (most common)=100 watt single channel
2204= 50 watt single channel
2205=50 watt dual channel
2210=100 watt dual channel
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#6
2205 - 2204 = 1

2204 - 2203 = 1

The difference is one (1)

Except for:

2205 - 2203 = 2

Then the difference is two (2)

I don't know Marshall, only Kelvin, Celcius and Fahrenheit. But you can find those on teh innernetz.



Are you just being wise ass?

Is their a difference in tone between a 50w and 100w.
#7
yes the lesser the watts the earlier the amp will break up creating power tube distortion, which for classic rock and other genres is usually great, because it sounds awesome, metal players usually don't prefer it
btw the amount of time that a amp holds up before breaking up and distorting is called headroom
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#8
Why wouldnt metal players perfer it? If you played metal wouldnt you want more of the almighty tube distortion?
#11
Preamp distortion is buzzy and fizzy.

Power tube distortion is more dynamic, and more musical overall.
#12
Quote by al112987
Preamp distortion is buzzy and fizzy.

Power tube distortion is more dynamic, and more musical overall.



i'm sorry but is a horribly biased opinion
i think what he meant is just in general, say like preamp distortion is like the gain knob of an amp, the power amp distortion happens as you raise usually the master volume
but it is true power tube distortion is:
1. very good
2. very dynamic
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#13
So you would really have to crank an amp to get that awsome tube distortion right? A 100 watt amp you would become deaf in most settings before you could get to that & not see its true potential. So would a 50 watt Marshall be better for most settings except for huge shows?
#15
^true if you into power tube od then a 15-30 watt is prefered.
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#16
only about 6 decibels or so...
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#17
6db is a huge difference, check out this chart on the right http://www.elvex.com/facts07.htm
When many 30 watt amps are capable of producing well into the 115-120db range, 6db is a huge step when it comes to the dammage it can do to your ears. Really a the volume of 30 watt tube amp turned all the way should not be exposed to our ears for more than 15 min, acording to Osha. This is near imposible which is bard when my bands stage noise is up around 115 db, and we are quiter than most.
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#19
Quote by forsaknazrael
It may be huge, but the thing is, you're never going to crank a 50 watt or a 100 watt. So you'll never have to worry about that extra 6dB of volume...They're both just loud.


took the words outta my mouth.

not that i am arguing the point that 6 db arent loud. just this^.
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#20
Quote by al112987
Preamp distortion is buzzy and fizzy.

not always. actually i can't recall that at all, unless it was with a crap amp.
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