Fantastic Ivan - you have really explored this amp, thanks for sharing in this excellent tutorial!
Yeah thats my amp,too. It's versitaile and sounds good but like EVERY Marshall combo it lacks low end.
Really intresting, the marshall avt50x or a peavey/laney amp is gonna be my next amp
Really tnx for tutorial !
Thanks for this Ivan,looks great,and it is very helpful.
this is very help full thanx this is great!
Little detail: I realy like the zoomed in in-screen screens! Great stuff here! All the on-screen info is great!
Glad you like it, I'll post a couple more tutorials about effects too, hop you find it useful
this is a cool idea! but i dont have a marshall
That's a great idea! For me, using the EQ settings is still hard. Someone once told me he EQ'ed my soundclip to get rid of the buzz. Maybe you can explain how that works.
very nice job Ivan!!!
Nice lesson man, that's a really interesting topic
Well Done Man, You are really diggin in to this amp
Very cool tutorial Ivan !
Yeaaaaaaah this is such a great idea ...I really really needed this one !!!Thanks so much
awesome tutorial ivan
Excellent!! Very intresting tutorial Ivan!
Brilliant i think the lesson is a great idea!
Cool tutorial dude.
Got one of them JCM800 50w combos you mentioned in the lesson description - sure is worth the money.
Thanks Seagull! Yes, JCM800 combos are great choice!
Hi Ivan. Thanks for this lesson,very interresting. I am thinking about buying a Marshall 50W amp (a Vintage Modern 2266C) but I've been told that it's too much for bedroom practicing. I am now playing with a 75W Line6 Spider 3 and never have the volume above 2/10 or 3/10. Since it is a solid-state amp, playing with a low volume doesn't have an impact on the quality, but with a 50W Marshal amp like yours, is it still possible to get a good tone at a reasonable volume?
By the way, I ordered a Line 6 Toneport just 30 seconds before I saw this video, I can't wait to see your next tutorial!
Nice, nice Im using Line 6
great job Ivan.
Brilliant lesson Very informative
Absolutely fantastic lesson. The tune is about second most important thing, in my opinion.
I always find hard to setup amps myself... I specially enjoyed the last video.
Also , as an engineer I always wanted to see the frequency response of amps. You made that true. I wonder if (and why) you have a spectrum analyzer at home? =)
Thanks guys, I'm glad you liked it!
awesome tutorial mate, very well done
Nice tutorial, useful.
great stuff, this gear tutorial stuff is a great idea
Very nice tutorial!
wow lots of work went into this... very good!
Thanks guys, I'm glad you like it
great tutorial but I stick with My VOX valvetronic for now
Thanks man, VOX is a great amp as well, if you like it, there's no reason to change it.
Great tutorial! It's very helpful
Ivan your the man, I just love your way of teaching.
Thank you my friend!