Marshall AS50D Acoustic Amplifier Demo - PMT





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Uploaded on May 21, 2009

Chris George goes through the features and sounds of the 50 watt Marshall AS50D acoustic amp. Ideal for small gigs, band acoustic backline amp, home practice and recording. 2 Channels means you can plug in your guitar plus another mic/ line in / iPod / 2nd guitar.

For more volume and channels check out the Marshall AS100D combo.

The 50 watt combo has 2 x 8 speakers and a new polydome tweeter running between two channels. Channel 1 is a high impedance acoustic guitar input with volume bass and treble controls, whereas channel 2 has an XLR phantom-powered mic input, phone inputs for CD, tape or iPod, plus a jack input for drum machines, keyboards or guitars as well a bass and treble controls.

Digital chorus can be assigned to either or both channels and has its own speed and depth controls. Digital reverb can also be shared between one or both channels and has its own level control. To help reduce unwanted feedback, the AS50D has a phase switch and a notch filter. Just turn the notch filter control and it sweeps through different frequencies until the feedback is reduced.

There is a XLR DI output and jack line output on the rear panel to connect to other amps or the PA system. Both carry the same sound but at different levels and both are placed before the amps master volume so the overall level of the amp wont affect the DI/line out level, clever stuff. FX send and return sockets are provided to patch other effects in.

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