Sold … Marshall Class 5 Five-Watt all-Valve Combo 2009

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Marshall Class 5  All-Valve Five Watt Combo 2009

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Tony Elder / Steve Jackson
Black Dot Music
Est 1985

A tonally rich 5 Watt all-valve combo that exclusively features true class A circuitry from input to output, plus an abundance of pure Marshall tone, feel and response. Conceived in the wake of numerous requests from both professional stadium fillers and bedroom widdlers alike, this compact yet punchy 1×10″ amp is the answer to your low wattage, big tone prayers!

Created in the legendary ‘Bluesbreaker’ style, the Class 5 gets back-to-basics with a top-loaded, ‘Plexi-esque’ panel comprising Volume, Treble, Middle and Bass. This simple feature set is the Class5’s secret weapon, as what you get in return is authentic class A tone, regarded by many as the purist in amplifier design, rich in smooth second-harmonic distortion.

The all-valve signal path offers a wealth of untainted analogue tones right at your finger tips. Sparkling cleans, full-bodied crunch and glorious lead tones are literally just a dial turn away, with the Class5 also responding extremely well to on-the-fly guitar volume and tone control adjustments, making for a truly dynamic playing experience.

All this great tone is delivered through the specially designed G10F-15 speaker. Developed in conjunction with Celestion, this 10″ ‘tone cone’ equips the Class5 with fantastic bottom-end clout for an amp of its stature, yet also retains tonal clarity and definition. The rear panel offers both headphones and 16Ω extension cab output sockets – perfect for either fully-cranked silent practice or driving a mighty 4×12″ 1960 speaker cabinet!

Product Features

5w all valve
Celestion 10″ speaker
Headphone output
Extension speaker output

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