The Marshall Amplification DSL1HR is a two-channel amplifier head powered by three valves/tubes. One channel gives you a cleaner tone, while the other is suitable for your distortion needs. A three-knob tone stack, coupled with a tone shift button that reshapes the preamp's EQ, helps you dial in your preferred timbre. With a low-power switch on the back, you can reduce the output from 1W to 0.1W without affecting the tone. Thus, you can practice in your home with minimal disturbance to your family or neighbors.
An onboard effects loop gives you the ability to put your pedals or external processors directly in the amplifier's signal path, while a reverb knob on the front panel allows you to apply some ambience to your signal. An auxiliary input is on hand for jamming along to your favorite tunes. You can route your signal from the emulated output jack to headphones or to a recording interface, taking advantage of the Softube-designed studio-cabinet emulation all the while.
This amplifier head sports a single 1/4" speaker output jack rated at 16 Ohms. You can use this amplifier with speakers such as the 160HM extension speaker cabinet, or you can use it as a front end for your interface's DI input, using the emulated output jack in coordination with a 3.5mm-to-1/4" adapter. A footswitch is supplied, with which you can choose between the two channels.
- Dual-Channel Operation
- Rear-Panel Output Switch (1 or 0.1W)
- 1 x 1/4" 16-Ohms Speaker Output Jack
- 2 ECC83 Tubes & 1 ECC82 Tube
- Separate Volume Knob for Each Channel
- 3-Knob Tone Stack
- Tone Shift Button
- Onboard Effects Loop
- Digital Spring Reverb
- Footswitch Controller Included
Suitable for Home Practice
With an emulated output and power reduction to 0.1W, the DSL1CR is perfect for recording and playing in the bedroom. Marshall has engineered the amp to provide an impactful sound at low levels; you can select a power option of 0.1W.
Using the two, footswitchable gain channels, you can go from clean, classic tones to those with added distortion and extra bite.
Create the music you want using the studio quality reverb, tone shift, and onboard effects loop.