Marshall DSL1CR 1W 1x8 Valve Combo with Reverb
Marshall DSL1C Product Overview by GAK
The legendary Marshall DSL series is back providing you with beautiful Marshall all valve tone.
The DSL1C Combo features two
Engineered to give you fantastic sound at low levels, the power can be reduced to as low as 0.1w without any adverse effects.
Onboard you will find a great choice of effects from studio reverb, an FX loop and tone shift.
- Type: Combo
- Output (RMS): 1W
- Speakers: 1x Celestion G8C-15 8"
- Pre-Amp Valves: 1 x ECC82, 2 x ECC83
- Power Amp Valves: 1 x ECC82, 1 x ECC83
No upgrades available
Perfect for what what I want, and sounds totally hooligan. It feels and reacts like a proper amp. As a lot of reviews mention, it might sound better with a larger speaker. But for my use I'm happy to compromise, saving space and not being too loud.
Astonishing sonic performance on both channels and good DI recording option (remember to use mono-mono cable).
Blown away by this little amp, incredibly gutsy for a 1 Watt unit. Surprisingly loud even on the 0.1 Watt setting with the gain/volume cranked up. Don't be fooled by the miniature size, this little Marshall is a beast in disguise! There are of course things that could be better. The digital reverb, while adequate doesn't compare to a spring unit in my opinion. That said it sounds okay at low levels. Also there's no headphones out socket. On the plus side, the effects loop is a real bonus on such a small amplifier and the emulated output is brilliant if you want to connect to a mixing desk. The chunky foot-switch for channel selection is really positive in use unlike some I could mention. All in all this amplifier is an excellent choice for anyone looking for practice/bedroom amp that won't overly annoy the neighbours.
Great sounding Marshall amp, perfect for a bedroom or flat. At full volume, or at full gain I think the neighbours may still complain! And small enough to hide it from the other half who insisted “you don’t need an amp”.
I have two small children and needed something small and unobtrusive. I was concerned this would be too quiet. I needn't have worried. This is plenty loud enough for a bedroom, small flat. The Ultra Gain channel is great but u prefer the Classic Gain. I've tried this with single coils (Tele), humbuckers (SG) and a semi-acoustic Gretsch. Different tones produced by each and the sound breaks up at different points for each. I can definitely recommend to anyone who wants the Marshall all-tube tone in a small box.