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pataclop's review - Marshall 4203 Artist [1986-1991]

For dtails techniques, see previous ones opinion ...

I prcise even when it is plutt heavy for its size but solid particulirement


Then the use could not be simpler, and this is the lack of ncessairement effects incorporated, 2 channels clean / overdrive with a footswitch + spring reverb.

You plug the jack and go to dcolage


It's a tube amp, saying it has not said everything ... but almost
It is a 30 watt but said it was worth prcdemment or even more than 100 watts transistor in terms of power, in terms of quality is incomparable.
The clean is beautiful, without reaching a Fender amp, but we say personally I find it MORE than adequate.
The gain is fairly monstrous, too for individual use, in my room I do not shoot more than a 2 / 10, which is a shame because the sound is more beautiful when you increase the master ...
Its typical Marshall, big fat saturation that I would call a little vintage into the grain, a pure delight


Bought used for next to nothing is a bargain, I pass on my 15 watt behringer has a I tell you not slap ...

Amp perfect for the rock / hard rock but can also agree to blues and mtal with equipment adquate