Marshall JCM2000 TSL 601

60W Combo (1 x 1")

Made by Marshall

Description Great little amp, perfect for small gigs. Might need a 1x12 extension cab to fill out the sound a bit. Overall, I love it. Good for Rock and Blues.
Posted By Chris Williams (86)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 4/24/2001, Terry Jacobson (1651) posted:
Overall Rating:
It boogie woogies
Model Year: 2000
Price: $650.00
Where Obtained: niels music huntington beach, calif
Features:
3 channels. clean, crunch, lead.fx loop.reverb,5 way foot switch. all tube amp verry loud clasic marshall tone .
Sound Quality:
I play rock and blues. i play ibanez s470 through it and i love it.the only other amp ive owned is a 100 watt tranor back in early 70s.doesnt hold a candle to this 60 watt marshall. a little noisey on lead. allmost too clean for me,crunch is nice for rwythems, lead has a lot of gain .i cant play at very high volumes for very long neighbors you know.but when i can anp rocks.
Ease of Use:
Got to tweek it a lot to get your tones, and there are a lot of them.very easy to use.
Durability:
Only had amp 2 months so i dont know
On 2/8/2001, Chris Williams (86) posted:
Overall Rating:
For the price range this was the best amp I played through and I would definitely recommend it for those looking for that Marshall sound. I want to add a 1x12 extension cab to fill out the sound a little. I love the three channels and the crunch channel is perfect with a Telecaster.
Model Year: 2000
Where Obtained: Music Inn, Nottingham, UK
Features:
Lead/crunch channels share EQ, clean has independent EQ. All channels are switchable via the footswitch which also can turn on/off reverb and FX loop. I find it perfect for the music I play (Rock/blues) with good versatility and great valve driven sounds.
Sound Quality:
I play strats & teles through it and it rocks. The lead channel has plenty of gain and I rarely turn the gain up above 5 (out of 10) for lead work. The crunch channel does what it says and can give good bluesy vintage sounds. I previously used a Crate vintage model and it is much better sounding than that.
Ease of Use:
Dead easy to use, just plug in and play. The EQ is typically Marshall, small tweaks but not much more. but then that's what you buy a Marshall for, that Marshall sound.
Durability:
I've only had the amp for a few days but it appears to be rugged enough.