Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100 Reviews 3

Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100

I had a dsl combo before this head, so i knew what i was getting into. Unlike many scathing reviews, I actually like this amp for the pop/punk/hard rock applications I used it for in my band. Super hi clarity and slices right through. Critics will say that the amp is a bit sterile and lacks the organic feel of the older famous Marshalls- but I e... [read more on Audiofanzine]

crankyrayhanky rated this unit 3 on 2012-07-30.

All in all, I wouldn't recommend this amp. The fact that it sells for $1800 new is a fairly strange concept to me, as you can get something like a Splawn Quick Rod or a Mesa Mark V for not much more, both of which will SMOKE this amp. It really doesn't live up to the hype that Marshall built for it and I can't recommend it in good faith to anyon... [read more on Audiofanzine]

King Loudness rated this unit 1 on 2011-08-11.

Despite the additional features that this amplifier offers, it just doesn't seem to sound quite as good as the DSL100. Maybe it's because I'm a bit more of a minimalist that I feel that way, but it just seemed to be overall "bland" sounding. The amp needs to be boosted to get a really "good" gain tone. Stock, it has tons of gain, but I just f... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Hatsubai rated this unit 4 on 2011-05-14.

This amp obviuosly cranks but we are all past that, but people get all mixed up when they hear Mesa Boogie Rectifier, and Peavey 5150, and Marshall Mode Four, and Frames (actually the best ampplifiers for sheer, rediculous metal only...in the world), and Crate BLue Voodoo, and Ibanez, and Carvin. I will just tell you right now, that the JCM is t... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Garufi rated this unit 5 on 2004-11-29.

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