Marshall Origin range and a DSL update

New for NAMM 2018, Marshall have announced an update to the best-selling DSL series, and what may become a new favourite – the Marshall Origin series.

Meet the Marshall Origin range

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With Origin, Marshall went back to the roots of what contemporary players want and need. They’ve created a series of single-channel vintage-style amps that delivers those classic British valve tones with a few modern updates.

Designed to be the most expressive valve amp in the Marshall collection, Origin promise to deliver organic and transparent clean and crunch for your classic and gritty tones.

The Marshall Origin is available in 20- and 50-Watt heads, as well as 5-, 20- and 50-Watt combos. All models feature an effects loop, an emulated DI output for recording built-in.

The 2018 Marshall DSL updates

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The new Marshall DSL deliver those iconic Marshall tones from a sparkly clean to a punchy drive, and everything in between. While offering you everything you already loved about the original Dual Super Lead, the 2018 updates feature a few welcomed modern additions.

Ranging from 1- to 100-Watts, each DSL model features the classic and ultra gain channels, independent gain and volume controls to give you the right amount of crunch at the right amount of level. Add to that a five-band EQ and a tone-shift option for even more variety, and the 2018 Marshall DSL becomes quite the package that can cater to all your styles.

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