Latly my Code50 started to sound very un-clear & with lot of vibration (no buzz!) on low end frequencies, especially when I pluck the A & low E string toggether.
Tried different guitars, data cables. elec. cables.... tried repositioning the amp in the room, tried to tighten up all the screw... nothing helped.
Any ideas? could be firmware issue? has anyone else experienced this?
Hi, I was just asking myself if I sohuld buy a Distortion pedal or a overdrive pedal for my Marshall Code 50.
The amp was not on, nor was it plugged in, so that is good, I'd imagine. Quickly, after the spill, I turned the amp upside down and then proceeded to get the surface liquid off. Should I open it up? Should I simply let it dry next to a heat source?
I have, or should I say, HAD a Marshall CODE 50 which after 20 months of service decided to quit following a POWER SUPPLY failure. I took it to an electrical repairer for diagnosis and found out, through Marshall Australia and UK that the power supply is not replaceable because it has been suspended. No parts available. That means I now have an amp that is unfixable and never will be, even with an aftert-market power supply - which, according to Marshall cannot be retro-fitted. What a fantastic waste of money that exercise was, and I have zero warranty fall-back. Has anyone else had the same problem? Kev
I have been a huge marshall user for the past 20 years. I have never been let down by any of the products I have used so far until recently. I bought the Marshall CODE 50 and one year in time something happened to the power circuit unit. I got it checked from the store "World Music" in BD, and they confirmed that the circuit is damaged. I need to buy the circuit but unfortunately, I cannot find it anywhere here. I even checked with Guitar Center in Vegas and they were unable to help me out with the matter as well. Any lead on where to buy such a circuit will help me a lot.