MARSHALL DSL 100H Tone Capture


09 Jul
09Jul

This is the real deal. The classic british sound that you hear in the majority of rock albums out there, especially some decades ago. The Marshall DSL100 has been designed to deliver that classic sound but has a bit more modern approach as well. With the whole concept of “pre gain” and “post gain” remaining intact, the amp features two master volumes, each of one channel giving control to the guitar player whether what they want is preamp distortion or power amp distortion. Another reason guitar players buy this amp is that it is midi controlled, giving them a tone of options instead of just using the classic footswitch for channel switching.

The Marshall DSL100 features two channels, the classic gain and the ultra gain. The classic gain channel has that classic clean and crispy tone while the crunchy sound is one that the majority of guitar players out there are seeking for. The ultra gain gives as much gain as needed for amazing sustain and punchy distortion tones. Both channels have two more modes (clean/crunch and od1/od2) respectively that give a different direction to the sound.

The full 100 Watts of the Marshall DSL100H were selected during the tone capture.

Download Marshall DSL100H tone capture for the Mooer Preamp Live:

https://www.newvintageaudio.com/store/marshall-dsl-100-tone-capture-mooer-preamp-live

The tone captures for the Marshall DSL100H include:

  • Classic Gain Channel, clean sound
  • Classic Gain Channel, crunch sound
  • Ultra Gain Channel, overdrive sound
  • Ultra Gain Channel, distortion sound


SPECS TAKEN FROM THE INTERNET (Usually from the manufacturer’s page):

  • Type: Tube
  • Number of Channels: 2-channel (2 modes each)
  • Total Power: 100W (50W power setting)
  • Preamp Tubes: 4 x ECC83
  • Power Tubes: 4 x EL34
  • Reverb: Classic, Ultra
  • EQ: 3-band EQ, Tone Shift, Resonance
  • Inputs: 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 1 x 1/8" (aux in)
  • Outputs: 2 x 1/4" (4 ohm), 2 x 1/4" (8 ohm), 1 x 1/4" (16 ohm), 1 x 1/4" (Softube emulated out)
  • Effects Loop: Yes
  • MIDI I/O: In
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