The AVT50H is the head version of the AVT50 combo and is armed with the exact same features.
The Marshall AVT50H is value state guitar head. 115watts input with a 50w RMS output. At first you think that it’s not a lot of power but it’s enough for a live show and to record with. I used this at a club venue and it kicked out some good tones.
Apr 17, 2007 · I am looking at reviews of Marshal AVT amps .. both AVT50 and AVT100. I have tried out both in a local store but still am confused on which one is better or whether they are better at all. I am into rock, alternative, instrumental rock music and looking for …
Mar 06, 2013 · Marshall AVT50 Mods. Discussion in ‘The Workbench’ started by Peter, Mar 13, 2008.
Model: Marshall AVT50X . Price paid: 420e (~500$ on eBay) Make: Marshall. AVT50X Combo is a new ValveState (hybrid) amp built on its predecessor VS2000 AVT50X. The old one has a “VS2000” mark on front panel while this new series have furnished mask with some decorative spot design on the right.
Marshall’s long history and experience in the field of valve amplification was utilized in the development of the new AVT power amp. This extremely responsive and warm-sounding circuitry was then coupled with the specially voiced, ECC83 (a.k.a 12AX7) valve-driven pre-amp section, to provide 100% valve/analog warmth from input to output.
The Marshall AVT50X Combo Amp has 2 footswitchable tube preamp channels that deliver glistening clean tones and roaring crunch that just oozes vintage authenticity. Crank the overdrive gain to the max and you have a high gain sound that packs an unbelievable punch, yet stays tight and focused thanks to the well-designed closed-back cab.
Marshall AVT – Tube Warmth Meets Solid-State Convenience! A Marshall AVT amp emulates the tone, feel and response of their world-renowned, all-valve amplifiers with unerring accuracy – without using valves in the power stage! The Marshall AVT150H is 150-watt head that is the perfect companion to the AVT412A and AVT412B extension cabinets. Marshall AVT150H at a Glance: