Marshall AVT2000 100w Valvestate Guitar amplifier gear revie

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Marshall AVT2000 100w Valvestate Guitar amplifier gear revie

Postby axl » Thu 08 Apr, 2004 7:50 am

Features: 5 / 5
it has 20 digital effects, a clean tone, overdrive 1 and 2 channels.

Playability: 5 / 5
it is very easy to play, and any one will sound great.

Quality: 5 / 5
itnulls built like any marshall, pefect.

Durability: 5 / 5
itnulls a great blues amp as well as a metal amp, it has a soft honey sounding clean tone, and a crunchy metal, grab a girl and start boning metal sound.

Opinion: 5 / 5
this is the bst amp i have ever played on. Suggested gear: Boss Mt-2 Metal zone, digitec wah-wah, gibson Les Paul, and a bottle of Jack daniels, ad a pack of Benson and Hedges, younullll be playing like slash in no time.

the marshall avt 2000 100watt valvestate, what can i say. magnificent The Marshall Avt 2000 100 watt Valvestate cost $1199 Australian dollars, $983 American. For the money
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Marshall AVT2000 100w Valvestate Guitar amplifier gear revie

Postby 13&rockin » Fri 16 Jun, 2006 3:04 pm

Features: 5 / 5
well thats the thing, it supports every type of music, any type of music that is played through this amp sounds great and not a single not difference, the 3 channel monster will rock your world cranked up to only 4 volume! i for one does not think it lacks a dang thing..... the 2nd channel has a wierd sound to it which is good for playing rythem not lead in case your that kinda guy...

Playability: 5 / 5
i reach perfect and desired results with this baby. i think it shames all crate and pevey amps. a stack marshall would even be in competition with it.

Quality: 5 / 5
the list of amps this thing is better thanb is too much to right down.... it definately makes some noise!!!!!!!!

Durability: 5 / 5
it never needs adjusting.. iv gone 3 months without touching it playing it every day. i think it will last for ever. it looks old yet has that new sound to it.. excellent for1-1000 person audiance. great gig amp.

Opinion: 5 / 5
im glad this amp was givin to me as christmas present from my dad the day he got out of jail christmas eve lol :) this amp is a keeper ...im out.

well my dad bought this wonderful amp at a pawn shop (best place to find things for arround 300 $ and well its worth arround 600 for its awesome sound.
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Marshall AVT2000 100w Valvestate Guitar amplifier gear revie

Postby subzero3009 » Mon 18 Dec, 2006 6:11 pm

Features: 5 / 5
This amplifier was a valvestate amp. As said above, run by tubes. Not sure what brand but they were just stock tubes i assume. It had 3 channels, Clean, Overdrive1, Overdrive 2. Effects loop built in, standby switch, on/off toggle.

Playability: 5 / 5
I really liked the playability, the things you can do with this amp head are endless. You cannullt get much better out of any other amp. It is easy to set up, nothing really complicated. It sound amazing even just guitar to amp.

Quality: 5 / 5
Great Marshall quality, what you would expect from it. Very loud head, just on volume level 2 it could have blown that place up. It did well with effects, didnt transmit noise or anything of that sort. Was very easy to play with effects. Gave a great feel and effect. It works alot better then any amp I have ever used.

Durability: 5 / 5
It was good in the store, I didnnullt buy it but based on how reliable it was it was very good. Alot better then Orange combo tube amps. The orange amps took a very long time to warm up, and even then the distortion was horrible. The marshall head just was automatically ready to go. Good reliable sound, the footswitch is a bit noisy, but that is with all analog footswitchs. I would definitely use this for a live gig, i liked it alot. It is not a heavy head at all, very light surprisingly.

Opinion: 5 / 5
I would definitely recommend this to any guitar player who wants to go on tour. It is an amazing amp head and good for any gear set up. It will work with basically any cabinet, just plug it up and go. Its an amazing value.

I played it in a guitar store in Farmville, Virginia. It was not "Axis music". I forgot the name of the place. I am not sure about the price as it had no tag, but it was hooked up to a Kustom 4x12 celestion cabinet.
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