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  • Marshall DSL401 speaker

    Hi guys,

    I wonder if any of you happen to have the same problem as me.
    I was having a pre-Christmas gig using my Marshall DSL401. I blast the amp to 10 while having an effects pedal with preamp looping to it

    When muting the guitar, the speaking seems to can't support the mute and gives a vibrating and mumbling sound instead of CLEAR MUTING sound.

    Any of you had the problem ? I like the amp, but its just that 12" the Gold back series celestion speaker screwed up that day, if I were to change the speakers will it help in anyway ? Thanks guys for reading and getting back to me.
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    Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

    That could be the open back nature of the combo, and probally the amp lacking the power to handle the speaker in a more firm manner.
    If I understood you correctly
    And probally it does not like your booster much at ten either, that alone gives a fair amount of funny noise at that volume
    Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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    Last edited by Vasshu the humanoid typhoon; 12-23-2005, 02:43 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

      thanks Rid.

      any other suggestion to eliminate this problem ?
      Gibson Songwriter Deluxe
      Gibson 1959 reissue
      Gibson 1960 reissue
      Gibson EDS-1275

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      • #4
        Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

        tube swap! its what i did, i got some electro harmonix tubes off ebay.. much better sounds!

        tom

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        • #5
          Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

          Imp, PLEASE .. tell me what are the tubes you're using for your DSL401 ? sure it can give better muting sounds for the amp ? Cuz the current ones I'm using are quite newand I Don't know what tubes are they and when I playing muted power chords at high volume, the speaker mumbles and grumbles and THAT is irritating. It doesn't give the Clear muting sound. If its not the speakers than I'm going to change to the tubes you're using now. Thanks a million
          Gibson Songwriter Deluxe
          Gibson 1959 reissue
          Gibson 1960 reissue
          Gibson EDS-1275

          Freedom through the blood of Christ

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          • #6
            Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

            If you want control, then you need a closedback cab.
            No combo gives anybody a tight sound.

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            • #7
              Re: Marshall DSL401 speaker

              so thats the problem.
              Thanks Rid..

              Sounds like the only way is either miking up at a suitable volume or getting a cab
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