Marshall DSL20H – Test & Review!

Marshall DSL20H – Test & Review!
…by Have Guitar

In this video we’ll take an extensive look at the Marshall DSL20H tube amplifier – can you get a better tube amplifier in this price range?! This little head can do most styles and let have a look at the spec’s:

2 Channels (Classic gain and Ultra gain)
20W switchable to 10W
Outputs: 3 x 1/4″ (16/8 Ohm load) + 1 x 1.35 mm jack emulated line out
Inputs: 1 x 1/4″ instrument jack, 1 x 1,35 mm jack aux in, footswitch
FX Loop w Send/Return
Digital Reverb built-in
Preamp valves: 3 x ECC83
Power amp valves: 2 x EL34
Weight: 9.7 kg / 21 lbs

So this is small and light, can go from close to clean to screaming gain, has loads of EQ options and can be bought brand new for less than 390 euros / 440 USD. I was totally impressed by this little power pack and would not mind getting one myself.

Would also like to throw in that this was the first time we recorded at this location, the light was worse than I though so next time I’ll bring my studio lights. Also the sound is picked up as we hear it in the room but, next time I think still I should place the microphones close to the speaker.

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Equipment used:
Marshall DSL20H
Orange 2×12 Cab
Gibson 2019 Explorer Tribute
Fender Telecaster Reissue ’52 Custom shop
Gibson Les Paul Studio 2008
Harley Benton Vintage Overdrive
MXR ZW-44 Zakk Wylde Berzerker Overdrive

Marshall DSL20H @ Marshall Amplification

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JTM50 1966 Black Flag by Burns (Free Kemper profiles demo)

JTM50 1966 Black Flag by Burns (Free Kemper profiles demo)
Kemper Rig showcase by Have guitar

Free stuff is nice but sometimes it can be really hard to dig out the good stuff, especially in a place like Rig Exchange – spend 5 seconds with each profile there and you have 992 hours in front of you!

Yeah, well – that ain’t realistic and that’s how I came up with idea so showcase some of the free Kemper profiles that I like – maybe you will too! When I find one I’ll make a video on it if I like it. This time it’s another Marshall JTM50 from 1966 and this is the second time I feature that model on this feature. However, there’s a big difference between these profiles even if they come from the same amp model and that is what make’s them interesting to me!

There are eight of these nice profiles available and in this video I’ll demo four them – leaving something for you to discover for yourself… So, again – a big thanks to David for sharing these fine profiles with us! And hey. if you like this video, why not subscribe to Have Guitar! Your support is more important than you might think and every sub counts. To all of you already subscribing – Thank You!!!

To find these Kemper profiles; start up your Rig Manager, go to Rig Exchange and search for “Burns” and you will get all the profiles listed and ready to play! Have fun!

Equipment used in this video:
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Zakk Wylde CryBaby Wha
Kemper Profiling Amp

Some background info about the Marshall “Black Flag”

Kemper official website

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Katana amplifier from Boss – Building a liveset, part 2

Katana amplifier from Boss – Building a liveset, part 2

Been awhile but here is the second part of building a liveset for the Boss Katana. I’ve skipped the part where I go through the sound patch in Boss Tone Studio, once you have downloaded the updated liveset you can check it out for yourself. Or… just play.

The batch is done with strats – one American Standard configured as HSS and one Green Guitars Master Series configured as SSS. There’s really not much more to say about it – hope you will like the new sound patches!

You can find the link to this Liveset below, do download it and try it out for yourself!

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Equipment used in this video:
Boss Katana 100w combo amp
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Green Guitars 60th Vintage Master Series (Lundgren 60’s vintage)

Download link LiveSet (zipped)

Boss website

FxFloorBoard software

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