DSL 40C--possible preamp tube issues/performance
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 When running my Marshall DSL 40 C at high gain/volume, or on clean channel with crunch engaged at higher volumes, there is a noticeable "splat", an odd sonic artifact that occurs--more  specifically on the B note, 9th fret, D sting ( Standard tuning ).   Could this possibly be a faulty/inferior preamp tube in the V1?  Other than that, the amp sounds glorious, performs well, and there are no other issues. Thoughts? 

asked 01 Sep 2016 at 03:36 PM

Richard Moore
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Hello Richard,

It could possibly be the first or second pre amp valve, so we would recommend that you have it checked by a qualified engineer, if the unit is still under warranty we recommend that you take it back to the dealer you purchased it from.

answered 02 Sep 2016 at 07:50 AM

Marshall
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