Marshall DSL 20HR (Affordable AND Good?)
Affordable and good often don't go hand in hand. Is the Marshall DSL 20HR an exception to the rule?
I remember the old DSL range, and I didn't like it too much. I used to own a TSL (the Triple Super Lead), which was the brother of the DSL, and it wasn't great for what I was going for. Is the new DSL better? It's certainly more affordable. It's actually even cheaper than the Marshall Origin. It costs next to nothing, considering it's a valve (or tube) amp.
So, is it any good? Find out, right here. Enjoy.
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The gear I most often use.
A Stratocaster of some kind, either an Yngwie Malmsteen Strat, or a custom Strat with a scalloped fretboard. For 7 string stuff I mostly use an Ibanez Universe.
A Marshall 1987x into a Marshall cab.
A Fender Yngwie Malmsteen overdrive, plus a Boss NS-2 noise gate, or a Strymon Sunset.
A Morley Bad Horsie 2 wah, and a delay.
An AKG C-414 mic for the guitar.
For acoustic stuff I use a Taylor 710 short scale thingy.