The Marshall DSL15C uses 3 x ECC83 preamp valves (also known as 12AX7), 1 x Balanced ECC83 for the phase inverter in V4 and 2 x 6V6 matched power valves/power tubes.
We always recommend JJ valves for Marshall DSL15C amplifier. These selected premium grade JJ valves guarantee awesome tone and power at a very competitive price.
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About the Marshall DSL15C amplifier:
As the name suggests, the DSL (Dual Super Lead) is a two-channel design. It has two pairs of gain and volume controls called Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. These feed a shared bass, mid and treble EQ. The Marshall DSL15C EQ’s range is widened by a button called Tone Shift. This reduces the midrange for a flatter response and smoother attack. So all very tasty.
The Marshall control panel also offers clean and Lead 2 overdrive voicings. The resonance control of its larger siblings (for instance, the new Marshall DSL100 head) is replaced with a preset Deep switch. It also has one reverb level control for both channels.
There’s also no standby switch on this amp which is not unusual on Marshall amps. On the rear panel, there’s a trio of fixed-impedance output jacks, with pentode/triode switching to reduce output power roughly by half which allows the early breakup of the amp at reduced volume setting.
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