I have now got me a used speaker cab, a Blackstar 1*12 with G12M Creamback in, and now the Origin sounds fantastic. TDPRI, short for Telecaster Discussion Page Reissue, is the leading online community and marketplace for Telecaster guitars. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. Discussion in 'Glowing Bottle Tube Amp Forum' started by Mike Eskimo, Aug 25, 2018. Oh gord, there i was, all ready to pick up a Fender Blues Junior IV, and I happen to see a Youtube vid of the Marshall Origin 20 combo (that'll teach me), and of course now I can't decide, any opinions/recommendations? Its a similar kind of thick high gain Marshall tone, maybe a bit more modern on the OD1/2 channels but it's still very Marshall. I do prefer valves, I feel there is something there but Im prepared To accept it’s just snake oil. My favourite amp is probably the Jubilee as well but if I was buying now I'd probably go for a DSL from the current range and keep the spare change. So, what are your experiences of these amps guys? No looking back. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! I have the mki DSL5c. Needs low wattage so I don’t get evicted, and a emulated out for recording. The Origin sounds a little thin / Boxy at first, but when I dialed in the tone, it came to live. Its a similar kind of thick high gain Marshall tone, maybe a bit more modern on the OD1/2 channels but it's still very Marshall. https://www.thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/57836/, https://www.thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/188127/screlicsguitars. Over the past year or two, we've seen not one, but three massive signature amps - for Slash, Yngwie Malmsteen and Joe Satriani - and now Marshall has turned its attention to an amp range that for many years has been the cornerstone of the company's catalogue: the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead, or DSL. So, my fave ever amp is the Marshall Jubilee, but definitely like a bit of Plexi, which is why I’ve narrowed it down to these two. To me the new DSL series is the Marshall sound I wanted. [/QUOTE i. Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Lefty Addams, Aug 9, 2018. Was gasing bad for an Origin 50H. The Mini Jubilee lead channel is Slash in a box. Love both of them! Best I can describe it is modern & vintage Marshall. Sorry to burst any bubbles, but I have my dsl 20 sitting side by side with my Origin 20, and they sound nothing alike. Very easy to dial in. What does impedance mean? As a longtime Marshall fan I’m pretty much set on one of these two but can’t decide. Don’t know about the Origin. Too boxy and fizzy/raspy for me. I think the combo suits it’s greenback speaker too, having compared it running through a V30 (although the latter is obv Slash’ preference). I’ve had both and if you want decent levels of gain at home without pedals or an attenuator you’ll be better off with the dsl imho. I’m looking at the 20w Origin and DSL heads, so they can play out if necessary but there no intent for going anywhere with this, The mini jubilee has a 5w switch which is useful. I've had both and still have the Original. I prefer it through the vertical 212 cab (Marshall Vintage 30 speakers) or if using the combo speaker I've had great results with the Creamback H. Gives you a much bigger and tighter low end with less of those raspy upper mids. ^^^^ Was definitely looking at the overlap of the DSL and Origin and that amp you got goes down to 20 Watts which would be where I’d use it mainly if I went that direction. Marshall workshop; FAQs; Impedance. Aged partscaster specialist, custom builds and refinishing. Impossible to get almost any decent gain at home volume without an attenuator, even in the lowest watt setting. From my own experiences with a DSL you can get a low gain, bright and clean tone (plexi style) through to a good saturated Marshall tone very easily. At home i play at 0,5w , and my wife dosent yell at me at all ). However already owning a 50 and 100 watt JCM 900 head, along with two vintage 4x12's cabs, I'm leaning towards the DSL 20H to put on top one of the other two heads. While waiting, I picked up a DSL 20HR and then a DSL 100HR. No pedals needed. I tried a Origin 20 combo in GC a while back, and I liked it... but I like my AC15 (with the greenback, like yours) better. The origin 5 was not great but I thought the 20 combo was actually pretty awesome with my SG plugged into it. The impedance of the speaker and amplifier must match to avoid causing damage to your unit. Love both of them! So, I’m after a small amp for home. The Origin 20 head features some cool vintage Marshall-styling cues, with slimmer cabinet panels covered in black vinyl, teamed with gold piping and a gold aluminium control panel topped with a small logo. We’re taking a look at the Origin 20, which sits in the middle of the range and comes as a head, or a 1x10 combo. Best I can describe it is modern & vintage Marshall. Any other suggestions even? TDPRI, short for Telecaster Discussion Page Reissue, is the leading online community and marketplace for Telecaster guitars. ). I've thought about this too as I seem to have a weird fetish for 50 watt Marshall heads in general. When the Marshall Origin 20C arrived I got me one and it also sounds great. Impedance is the load connecting to the speaker socket on the amplifier or combo to give the maximum power transference. Through my phone speaker it actually sounds pretty close! IMHO, the Blues Jr is just kinda... meh. The great man may have gone, but his legacy in rock 'n' roll continues loud and proud. Sorry to burst any bubbles, but I have my dsl 20 sitting side by side with my Origin 20, and they sound nothing alike. I play mostly southern/country rock these days,(think Skynyrd, Black Crowes etc)  but do like to drift into high gain blues a la Gary Moore, and even into my hair metal roots (but diet pedal could do that). I'm actually not a fan of the combo's greenback at all. yes i guess that will be the only way, obvious really, but good to hear about your stock. From the videos I’ve seen I’m not that impressed with the origin. And with 5w mode and an effective master volume it doesn’t require attenuation at all. I only like them with older NMV style amps. I could't be happier. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. The Origin and the DSL just seem more versatile for home/recording situations tbh, with the low power and emulated out. It looks like you're new here. Just seen this video, he compares the Origin 50 to his JCM800 in it. Am wanting to compare to other similar tube combos but I thought it sounded a lot better than the DSL 20 they had there as well as the fender champ. With an attenuator (swart) its bloody awesome in 20w mode with everything up high though. I haven't tried the Marshall, but it looks good on paper. It’s a really flexible amp.

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