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Marshall amplification

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Marshall Guitar and Bass Amplifiers -- MarshallArts.org (691 words)
The tone produced from a Marshall amp is legendary.
Marshall MG Series - The redesigned MG (Marshall Guitar) series amps are reliable solid state models with that famous Marshall sound.
The Marshall MB30 is a 30 watt combo amplifier designed for use with bass guitar.
Marshall Amplification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2785 words)
Valve amplifiers (known as "tubes" in North America) are generally considered to exhibit a "warmer" tone than that of transistors, particularly when overdriven; instead of abruptly clipping off the signal at cut-off and saturation levels, the signal is smoothly rounded off.
Marshall also produces 'combo' amplifiers which combine speaker and amp in one case and several variations of the classic stack design including a mini stack and a micro stack, which is about 10 inches high and runs on batteries.
Marshall has also recently introduced a handful of hand-wired amplifiers, using old-school manufacturing techniques referred to as "turret boards" - these have small metal stakes that the components and leads are soldered to, versus PCB, where the components are mounted to the board, leads placed through the board, and soldered in place.
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