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Marshall AS50R

“I bought this amp maybe 7 years ago +/-. I was then...”

Written on: 18/12/2009

I bought this amp maybe 7 years ago +/-. I was then playing solo for rest homes, churches and senior groups. I went to an area music store with several brand name amps and tried them all. I chose the AS50R because it was simple to use, sounded good, looked good and not very heavy plus I could plug my mic through it. Shortly after my purchase I picked up a couple others and needed to use a PA mixer so I just ran my guitar through the mixer and hardly used the amp since. It still looks and sounds… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“Sounds clear, is easy to set up, easy to carry - one...”

Written on: 07/10/2008 by nickbarney (1 review written)

Sounds clear, is easy to set up, easy to carry - one guitar, one mic, one satisfied customer. Quick word of warning, knobs on front are vulnerable when loading into car / van if gigging with it. Good sounds - all you need for most venues - unless you're going to play the Albert Hall!… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“The AS50R is a superb amp for small venues, or larger...”

Written on: 02/08/2008 by Colb (1 review written)

The AS50R is a superb amp for small venues, or larger when fed to the house PA… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“As usual if you buy Marshall you know you are buying...”

Written on: 08/04/2008

As usual if you buy Marshall you know you are buying quality, and it has that wonderful Marshall "look" - brown leatherette retro cabinet with polished brass facia - Just Great!… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“It's easy to use and doesn't weigh a ton. I've used...”

Written on: 20/03/2007 by MrStrat (1 review written)

It's easy to use and doesn't weigh a ton. I've used this in a variety of venues and it always makes my low-end Yamaha sound great. The chorus is good and it's a real spring reverb… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“Although you can use the Marshall AS50R acoustic amp...”

Written on: 30/10/2006 by Clive Melton (1 review written)

Although you can use the Marshall AS50R acoustic amp to amplify your stuff in a small venue, and I do mean small, I tend to use mine as a personal on-stage monitor. I have it pointing straight at me, (I play seated) set the amp to the sound I want, set the eq's to zero (I use a boss for eq), set the chorus and reverb controlled by a foot-swicth, then send the whole lot to the pa via the di output, giving the sound engineer instructions to leave the sound alone, except for any feedback. This way… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“The Marshall AS50R is a portable combo that has two...”

Written on: 27/05/2006 by grayn (7 reviews written)

The Marshall AS50R is a portable combo that has two channels, each has independent volume and tone controls. It has a built-in chorus, assignable to both channels, withs reverb and parallel effects loop that can be balanced between the two channels. Feedback controls include a phase switch and notch control. It has 2x 8" speakers and a piezo tweeter. It also has an internal limiter which deters distortion.
A lot of features for little money… Read Full Review

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Marshall AS50R

“I hate it when you go in into a guitar shop and they...”

Written on: 19/08/2005 by seamore (39 reviews written)

I hate it when you go in into a guitar shop and they don't have Marshall gear in stock. What is it with all these digitalised musos these days? (devoid of soul). Marshall are the tops. This is perfect for acoustic players who want to sound a bit mean also - ideal for blues, alternative folk or rock types. It has a built-in chorus, reverb and parallel effects. Loops that can be balanced between the two channels. It is quite powerful and meaty, and is perfect for rehearsing in the garage, or for… Read Full Review

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