Looking for great sounding valves for Marshall JCM2000 DSL50 amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Marshall JCM2000 DSL50 amplifier uses:
We offer two superb valve kits for the Marshall Artist amplifier.
You can choose between Marshall EL34 power valves or JJ EL34 power valves. If you currently have Marshall power valves in your amp and love the sound the Marshall set is the one for you.
Many of our customers like the JJ power valves and we also offer these as a set.
Please note that both sets use JJ preamp valves.
You can order these valves singly, the power valves as matched pairs or a complete kit. However, we strongly urge you to change all your valves at the same time. It’s the cheapest way of getting your amp sounding its very best.
So restore the power and sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself, and your amp, to a brand new set of valves today.
If you have any questions about replacing the valves for Marshall JCM2000 DSL50 please do not hesitate to drop us an email. We have over 30 years of experience and so we will be happy to advise.
Before you get in touch, have a look at our FAQ section.
Here we answer all the most common questions as well as giving you some really useful hints and tips on changing your valves.
About the Marshall JCM2000 DSL50:
The Marshall JCM2000 DSL50 amp is a 50 watt all tube. It has 2 channels, classic, and ultra. Each channel has two modes: classic has clean and crunch and ultra has lead1 and lead2.
So it’s really 4 channel if you count the two modes in each channel. The Crunch mode on the Marshall JCM2000 DSL50H in clean has a very light 70’s “bluesy” style overdrive.
The Ultra distortion is quite heavy but better suited to hard rock you will probably want to use lead1 and for leads use lead2. The difference is that lead2 is basically lead1 with more fuzz. The amp also has a reverb effect for both channels which is nice enough.
The EQ on the Marshall JCM2000 DSL50H has a ton of features but they don’t do much to adjust the tone. As with most Marshall amps, they just fine-tune it.
So, if you’re looking for great sounding valves for your Marshall amplifier you’ve come to the right place.
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