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D-Phlex's review - Marshall B65

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This amp is very easy to use and can easily find a sound balance. Well, of course typed enough basic ... Marshall is the ... but still the classic and equalizer settings give a wide enough range of possibilities for taking the time to find what he seeks. I will add an extra point for the addition of the compressor which is, in my view, a nice enough (even if it's not a black or other finger, eh! Do not dream either ... &% &%&%&% At the sound, it sounds. And even though "I made Grindcore, Hardcore and even post-rock with my accuracy and this little box. He bore it all without flinching. Sounds clear distortions, overdrives ... even my wah-wah which rocked yet powerful bass. Ha, it was the right time ... it's plug and play. sometimes I come to regret it. We change of stuff for the most expensive assets, you exult and be filled with nostalgia resumed his old amp and found that it sounded still not bad for the price (under 600 € at the time).

Come on, finish the coup de blues because there is still a big downside: it's a bit too light in repeated without proper amplification. 65W in a room where the drummer and guitarists think they are stupid and we can not hear! And it's still a little heavy.

So OK at home or on stage but not in a basement or garage.


I think I've said everything above. It is compact and good workmanship. Of course we regrettra the absence of an ID and one or the other thing available right now on the amps built after the 2000s but I love this little amp. Maybe it's because it's my first ... I know nothing but its faults seem insignificant in relation to services rendered.

Thank you Marshall