Marshall Amplification Introduces the DSL5C

It has an all-valve signal path with two footswitchable channels – Classic Gain and Ultra Gain.

London, UK (January 14, 2014) -- Marshall is pleased to announce the launch of the new DSL5C 5 Watt, all-valve,1x10” combo on January 24th, 2014.

The DSL5 combo combines distinct Marshall tones with great versatility. It has an all-valve signal path with 2 footswitchable channels – Classic Gain and Ultra Gain – offering shimmering cleans, sweet crunches and saturated leads. Loaded with a 10” Celestion ‘Ten-30’ speaker, the DSL5C’s practical features make it ideal for recording and rehearsing. A Power Switch drops the output from 5 Watts to 1 Watt, maintaining rich tone at lower volumes The back panel houses an Effects Loop, Headphone/Emulated Line Out, Audio In, plus sockets for the supplied footswitch and an extension speaker.

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