Marshall Amp Full Revalve Kits / Marshall DSL1C Harma Classic RFT ECC82 Distortion Full Upgrade Kit

Marshall DSL1C Harma Classic RFT ECC82 Distortion Full Upgrade Kit Marshall DSL1C Harma Classic RFT ECC82 Distortion Full Upgrade Kit Click on image(s) above to view larger

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Marshall amplifiers are voice of Rock and Roll past, present and in future.These amplifiers have been used by all the music legends. From Clapton's fierce bluesbreaker solos with John Mayall, to the powerhouse slam of Jimmy Page in Led Zeppelin to Steve Jones awesome sound with his JCM800. These Kits are designed and put together to enable you to get the best out of your particular amplifier. Our Classic kits are aimed at giving you the closest to the original Mullard/Marshall sound that has rocked the music world
Classic Early Distortion kit

The Classic Distortion full revalve kit is specially selected for Marshall DSL1 Head and Combo. These Classic Marshall kits are designed to give you The classic Marshal tone with some added punch.

This is done by using modern day production valve that are traditionally voiced to sound as close to the originals in combination with an ECC82 specially chosen for its distortion characteristics.

The Harma ECC83 Retro is a true sounding recreation of the famous Mullard ECC83.This valve produces the warm detail and harmonically rich midrange that made the Mullard sound so famous. The valve has been designed to give a smooth harmonic slope which gives a warm crunch in guitar amplifiers without the high end fizz. This valve provides a smooth warm and punchy midrange with excellent clarity and tight fat punchy lows. The valves overdriven characteristics provide a warm sustaining sound with plenty of upper harmonics.

The ECC82 we use is a new old stock RFT that was made in Germany and was also used by Siemens and Telefunken. The reason we have chosen this valves is for its distortion and overdrive characteristics in these Marshalls. These valves simply sound superb as they produce a punchy aggressive tone with a crunchy edge when overdriven. This valve has outperformed other more expensive new old Stock ECC82 in the Marshalls with ease.

Single line guitar Solos cut through the mix with plenty of definition. What I really like about the RFT valve is that it is very thick sounding when playing chords, It adds a nice fatness if you are using a Stratocaster or a Tele but is really thick when using a guitar with humbuckers such as a Gibson Les Paul.

The set consists of 3 valves

2 Specially Gain selected Harma ECC83 Retro in V1, & V2,
1 Specially Gain selected RFT ECC82 in V3

Please note that this kit is for the valves only



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