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Marshall Valvestate 2000, 4-channel, 100-Watt, 1x12", Hybrid Amp

Marshall Valvestate 2000, 4-channel, 100-Watt, 1x12", Hybrid Amp Guitar Combo
Single Guitar Input jack socket
Four channels from acoustic to clean to overdrive
Preamp stage with 1 x ECC83 (12AX7) preamp valve
Solid state power stages
Acoustic Simulator: Transforms the sound of a standard electric guitar into that of an acoustic.
Clean: From the cleanest clean to a natural, valve-induced crunch and anywhere in between. A Bright Switch enhances high-end cut at low Gain settings.
Overdrive 1: From a 1959 Plexi to the larger-than-life crunch of a cranked JCM800. It also has a Scoop Switch which reconfigures the EQ to give you that classic Thrash sound of the '80s.
Overdrive 2: Goes from a hot-rodded JCM800 to the most extreme gain ever found in a Marshall. The scoop switch on this channel produces the brutal, bone-crushing slam of modern ('Nu') Metal.
Output – 100 Watts with internal speaker only, 150 Watts with the addition of an appropriate external speaker cabinet
1 x12” custom Celestion internal speaker, 8 ohm
4 x Channels - Acoustic Simulator, Clean, Overdrive 1 & Overdrive 2
2 x Digital Effects sections - one for Clean Channel & one for Overdrive Channels
Onboard effects - Reverbs, Chorus, Flange, Delay, Chorus plus Room Reverb, Chorus plus Delay plus Room Reverb & Modulation for Leslie speaker type effect
Foot Switch connector for Marshall 6 way foot controller which allows selection of either channel plus the two DFX sections (rear panel)
1 x Jack socket for 8 Ohm extension speaker (rear panel)
Emulated Line Output jack socket (rear panel)
FX loop send and return jack sockets with +4dBV or -10dBV switchable level (rear panel)
Headphone jack, fully emulated which mutes the speaker for silent practice (rear panel)
Dimensions: 607 x 550 x 290 mm
Weight: 28 kg
Light scuffing on sides - see photo

Listing created Mar 24, 2019

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