How Can I Program the Tuner on CODE Foot Controller? Thanks!
Hi, I've just bought a DSL5C combo that sounds fabulous.
Just to know when I will have to make tubes replacement, can you tell me:
Hi, my code 50 have this problem, connect and pair with bluetooth but dosen´t connect at gateway
When Marshal solved this problem ?
Hi, everyone! Just a quick question. I have a Marshall DSL40c with a Celestion 70/80 factory installed speaker, rated at 16ohms. It's a little harsh sounding for me, so I wanted to switch to a Celestion Creamback, which I ordered through my local distributor, but instead of a 16ohm speaker, they brought an 8ohm speaker. My amp has 2x8ohm plugs and a 1x16ohm. What would happen if I installed the 8ohm speaker and used one of the 8 ohm outputs? Would this damage the amp? Would affect the tone (I'm looking for something more classic hard rock, which I understand is the Creamback's specialty)? Thanks for your help!
Just bought a Code 50...enjoying it but little surprised not to find the USB cable you need to connect the amp to your computer in the box, but hey ho. What type of cable do I need and where can I buy one?
I purchased CODE 50 and I would like to recording.
I aware ASIO4all is recommended however, youtube (/ or media player in my deskteop computer) is not available during DAW is lauched.
Thus, I am wondering for direct recording without DAW through just audio interface.
1. I have audio interface with two (2) input manufactured by Kurzweil company.
Via headphone (line out) of CODE, can I connect this audio interface ? If, so, INPUT connetion or headphone out in Audio interface ?
No damage to CODE ? (In internet post, I read CODE probably can be damaged if connected to Audio interface. I am not sure)
Thanks for your advice.
Does anyone have any tips for using the headphone jack on a Code 50 as a line-out to a mixer that goes into a PA system? I tried it over the weekendand it sounded terrible.
I recently purchased the CODE 25 and am having a hard time connecting it to my laptop with the USB cables that i have. Does this require a special USB cable?
Is there any reason why the PEDL 91016 footswitch is only available at one location and that location is in the UK? Is the footswitch available anywhere in the U.S. or will it be?
I have recently purchased a Marshall CODE 50 and I want to register the amplifier online and for some reason I cannot find the Serial Number on the back of the Marshall CODE 50.
I can find the Model Number: CODE50 but nothing indicating a Serial Number.
Can you please help.
I have got 2 Marshall Speakers of my Grandads with 2 different serial numbers on.
- A 42039
-Ser No. 54995
if anyone is able to tell me what year they were made what would be a huge help
Today I bought a brand new JVM 205H Amp and a 1936V Cab. I am soooo lucky :-) It sounds fantastic and I am really looking forward to learning how to get the best out of it. However, I made the mistake of unboxing everything and not paying attention as to which cable came from which box and the cables were not labelled.
There are 3 cables
* The long soft cable marked RJS ELEC - AWG18 - 41/0.16 - 0.824mm ... I assumed is the speaker cable. Is that correct ?
* A short thinner cable marked Marshall PVC 0.34 SQmm X 2cores Wonderful VN (LF)... I assumed is for the 4 way footswitch. Is that correct?
* A long thinner hard PVC unmarked cable ..... I assumed is to connect the guitar. Is that correct ?
Using the cables connected as above, when I switched the amp to 'ON' I had an unpleasant buzz/hum. I discovered that the volume of hum was completely dependent on the volume control knob on the guitar. Turn it to zero and the hum disappears, turn it to 10 and the hum is very unpleasant.
I tried swapping the un-marked cable for a guitar cable that I already own (braded yellow) and the hum ALMOST disappeared even with the guitar at full volume.
1) Did I correctly guess the correct cables for the Amp, Footswitch and guitar ?
2) If I did guess correctly then why would using the cable supplied for the guitar create such a loud hum and is there anything I can do to resolve this issue completley?
Thanks in advance
First of all I love the Code 100 amp, however, I purchased this to practice with but also to use in a duo for small pub and club gigs.
I have been using two amps for stereo mp3 backing tracks and 2 guitar amps plus a PA all DI'd into a small 8 track mixing desk using line out's from the amps.
The Code 100 unlike competitors amp modelling combo's doesn't have a line out, only headphones and USB (which also doesn't cater for ASIO as I use Cubase for our backing track recordings). Is this amp only a practice amp as the ads suggest it is powerfull enough to use in small gigs, but without a line out, the volume would have to be independantly changed manually rather than having everything in one place on the mixer as solo, duo and bands have done for many years.
Do you have a solution for this as do not want to have to send this back and go for an inferior competitors model as you feature tops in all the reviews. Seems like a big omission for giging musicians!!!
Or is there an upgrade planeed for those who need a line out for DI'ing to a desk to manage the total sound or for live recording, or is there something we could purchase that connects to the USB interface that could go to the mixing desk?
I'm finding it difficult to achieve a good blues tone from my code 25, if anybody has surgestions for amp settings it would be appreciated. I'm using the amp with Les Paul.
Especially on low strings, low notes.
Worse on neck pickups.
JTM45 especially bad.
Or is it just that my guitars have hotter pickups? Then again, some of my neck pickups aren't that hot and even switched to single-coil, it gets muddy and boomy.
The settings don't really help. Tried changes on all settings... EQ, cabs, preamps, amps, presence, resonance, you name it.
Or is it because I play at room volumes? Still need to try a headphone to see if it's speaker or emulator...
My Stanmore 2 recently stopped being able to connect to Spotify using the Spotify Connect feature.
I have done a factory reset and tried reconnecting to the internet again.
I tested the Alexa functions and those work, such as asking for the time and weather updates and they are fine, so its just the Spotify Connect.
The Marshall speaker shows up on the list of devices on the Spotify App that I can connect to but it just stays on "Connecting..." when selected.
I can connect fine to my PC and Echo device via Spotify Connect.
I own a DSL20HR amp and I'd like to connect two 1x12 speaker cabinets to the amp simultaneously. Both cabinets are Marshall 1912 cabinets (1x12", 8ohm speaker). There are three speaker cabinet output jack sockets in DSL20HR:
one 1 x 16 OHM socket to connect a single 16ohm speaker cabinet, and
two 1x16 OHM sockets to connect two 16ohm speaker cabinets simultaneously or to connect a single 8 Ohm speaker cabinet to either one of these sockets.
How do I connect two 8ohm cabinets to this amp? I'd like to connect these cabs in series to have 16ohms in result, but the cabs don't have sockets for connecting them in series. There is only one input in 1912 cab. And if I find a device to connect this two amps in series, do I then connect the first cab's input cable to the DSL20HRs single 1x16 OHM input (the first input option)? Is this safe? The manual doesn't say anything about connecting cabinets in series.
Thank you! The new amp is great btw!
Tried out the effects loop over the weekend and whether I run one pedal through it, or loads, tried different cables, power supply or battery, the loop adds a high pitched whine to the sound, which makes it pretty unusable.
I'm going to re-try a load of things, again different pedals, batteries and cables, but do Marshall have any suggestions?
Also is there a way to change the level/mix of the effects loop, or is it fixed?
I have the Marshall AS50D.
Can i use the line out jack to connect a wired headphone to it so i can use that as in-ear monitoring? Or will it blow up my headphones, my ears and my head?
Could i use the D.I. Out to connect a device like the Fischer Amps mini body pack, so i can plug my headphone into the Fischer Amps mini body pack and thus have a volume knob close at hand? Link: http://fischer-amps.de/en/in-ear-monitoring/mini-body-pack-xlr-oder-klinken-eingang.html
Or does Marshall have it's own solution for this?
I use the Marshall AS50D to sing and accompany myself with the guitar. When i have a gig in a restaurant they want me to play silently (lol) but then i have trouble hearing myself because of the ambient noise and i start singing out of pitch which is like a weapon of mass destruction.
But i can't say: stop talking, stop eating and stop using your cutlery, because, well you know, it's a restaurant and all that. So therefore i need an in ear solution. Preferably wired because wireless is too expensive and not necessary too, since i'm not allowed to stagedive in a restaurant (anymore).