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Marshall Mf350 Mode Four 350w Head

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  • Marshall Mode 4 - Flexible and Very Powerful!

    Oct 1, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Simply the most powerful bad ass guitar amplifier head on the market right now!
    Cons: What did you say? Speak louder please? Donít abuse volume levels or deafness will result.

    Summary: Are you looking to find everything in one package? Something so versatile that you will not need to add anything else to your rig. Something to practice with, to record with, to jam with friends, for band rehearsals and to gig with? Are you looking t ... read more

  • New Breed of Marshall

    Jan 9, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Balls, more modern than Marshall sound
    Cons: Won't get you "classic" Marshall tones, but maybe you don't want 'em

    Summary: This is the new breed of Marshall. Less "classic", but more "balls", aiming for the Boogie Rectifier market. This amp isn't perfect, but I think Marshall has something here. TONE Clear crystal-like clean channel. Never said that about a Marshall ... read more

  • Marshall Mode Four - A solid value...

    Sep 1, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Headroom/power. Very usable clean channel. Smooth, articulate, and punchy OD1 channel.
    Cons: Price. all 4 ch should have independent gain. "woof" overtones OD1 and OD2 when palmmuting.

    Summary: I bought the Marshall Mode Four head because it does many things well. It does not have the singing, harmonic overtones of a Dual Rectifier, but instead has its own distinct, pleasing tone (I'm talking about the OD1 channel here). I'm playing it ... read more

  • Mode Four Modern Rockers Take Note!

    Jan 16, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Mesa Boogie Rectifier with more color! Emulated Line Output (Direct sounds great!)
    Cons: 350 Watts can cause hearing loss.

    Summary: I went out to purchase the Mesa Boogie 150watt Triple Rectifier for it's modern rock distortion. After testing the clean tone I found that it lacks a lot and that I would also have to resort to the Fender Twin Reverb for clean tones. Buying these two ... read more

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  • THIS AMP IS RAD!!!!!!

    Jul 5, 2009 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Major Versitality, plenty of gain, extremly loud volume and killer looks!
    Cons: takes a while to dial in that "perfect sound"

    Summary: This amp is great!!!! It has plenty of volume and versitality. It has more gain than you'll ever need, loads of volume, a solo boost feature ( which is great for those longer solos and leads) and unbelievable reverb that'll bring down the house. ... read more

  • The Marshall Mode Four 4 is Awesome

    Jan 5, 2004 by
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    Pros: 4 channels (modes) for great variety. One is specifically for baritone or detuned guitars.
    Cons: I really cannot think of one.

    Summary: I got a Mode 4 head and slant 280A cab for Christmas. I cannot describe how great this amp sounds. It is even great at low volumes. Beats the heck out of ... read more

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