Marshall SC20 is killer -Video!

Texhex

Active member
SD-1 into a Marshall, into Greenbacks works just about every time. Sounds great. You should try the DSL too, fun, inexpensive and with a SD-1 it will get you there. Too true about cutting in the mix vs. playing alone for fun.
 

hammered

Well-known member
SD-1 into a Marshall, into Greenbacks works just about every time. Sounds great. You should try the DSL too, fun, inexpensive and with a SD-1 it will get you there. Too true about cutting in the mix vs. playing alone for fun.
Sounded like the OP said he was using a DS-1
 

Kapo_Polenton

Well-known member
SD-1 into a Marshall, into Greenbacks works just about every time. Sounds great. You should try the DSL too, fun, inexpensive and with a SD-1 it will get you there. Too true about cutting in the mix vs. playing alone for fun.

Anywhere in the world if you are stuck, you can grab some type of DSL on the crunch channel and hit it with an SD-1 and if you can play, people will be wondering how you got that awesome tone!
 

cragginshred77

New member
Thanks guys, last night plugged it in and at 1st I was like 'that sounds like crap, thin and shrill' .. getting the dials just right makes all the difference.
The real test will be Friday live outdoors with a regular pub style but very good pa. If it does not have the punch I will swap back to the Bogner Helios for the gig, but for in my studio and rehearsal this thing is a slam dunk.
 

SoooRad

Active member
I think boosting it makes it sound a bit more narrow which kind of ties in with the “thin” feelings. Not to say that the amp would sound magically giant without it, but they are a pretty darn good product.

And the build quality isn’t exactly bomb-proof. But it also doesn’t have to be.
 
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