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Marshall AS100D 100 watt Guitar Amp
(4 Epinions reviews)
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Aug 4, 2010 by gytrpykr
Not yet rated.
Pros: Great Sound
Fairly Well Built
Cons: Heavy (50lbs)
Main Input Mid controls are a bit touchy
Summary: A friend of mine has a Marshall AS50D (the 50-watt companion to the AS100D) and I was impressed with the sound of his Taylor through it. I had played my Breedlove A/E through it a couple of times and really thought that it sounded smooth and natural. ... read more
Feb 1, 2008 by mrlinkwray
Not yet rated.
Warm sound for guitar
Sounds great on electric guitar
great clean surf sound
Cons: The EQ sucks (bass freq is good)
Closed back sucks
Summary: The first AS100D I owned was stolen. It was a good amp and sounded nice, but I always felt like it should get a little louder for 100 watts (50 watts stereo). I also thought that the highs were not so good, I even checked the tweeters to make sure they ... read more
Mar 29, 2003 by brandobean
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Nice Marshall drive. 1 man band's dream amp.
Cons: Many, many knobs. Can't use a bass.
Summary: Quiet down class, because that is the end of my sarcasm.
I am a neophyte to the Marshall world. For years I put pedals before my crystalline Fender Amp with negligible results. I recently have taken a liking to Marshall products. I was out ... read more
Apr 20, 2002 by nathan2k
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: the acoustic sound is so natural and it sound great cranked
Cons: they quit making the 100 watt version
Summary: i've been a pro player for over two decades. acoustic 12 string guitars have been my choice of axe and i have played thru it all...trace elliots to california blondes.....even an old fender bassman or two... nothing and i mean nothing comes close to the ... read more