Marshall Origin 20C Combo

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Tube Combo amp for E-Guitar

  • Gain Boost function
  • Two voicings (Normal, High Treble), which can be mixed steplessly via the Tilt control
  • Switchable power reduction for full sound in any environment
  • 1 Channel
  • Power: 20 watts
  • Preamp tubes: 3x ECC83 (12AX7)
  • Power tubes: 2x EL34
  • Equipped with: 1 x 10" Celestion V type speaker
  • Controls: Gain - Tilt - Bass - Middle - Treble - Master - Presence
  • Switches: Power On / Off - Output Low/Mid/ High - Gain Boost (Pull Volume)
  • Series effect loop
  • Connectors: Input (6.3 mm Jack) - DI Out (6.3 mm Jack) - FX Send & Return (2 x 6.3 mm Jack) - Footswitch (6.3 mm Jack)
  • Speaker Outputs: 3 x 6.3 mm Jack (16 ohms / 8 ohms)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 520 x 440 x 240 mm
  • Weight: 13.9 kg
  • Includes footswitch
Power 20 W
Speaker size 1x 10"
Power Amp Tubes EL34
Channels 1
Reverb No
External FX Loop Yes
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker Yes
Headphone connection No
Footswitch connection Yes
Incl. Footswitch Yes
Weight 13,9 kg
available since April 2018
Item number 431626
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Great vintage Marshall tone
Kirlon 26.06.2020
The amp is awesome when you can crank it. The sound is similar to the vintage Marshall Super Bass.

The eq controls are responsive.

Tilt is a really nice feature allowing to simulate normal, high-treble channel, or jumping them.

The gain knob and the gain boost add bottom end as turned up/activated, so the amp might sound thin on lower gain settings. Also, there is not much distortion provided by the gain alone, you have to crank the master volume as well. This will get really loud though, so using an attenuator is a good idea.

And when you do crank gain and master, you get awesome vintage Marshall tone with great cleans (when volume is dialed back on guitar) and with rocking distortion (with full volume on the guitar).
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Tube warmth
Not for me 09.12.2020
If you want a good solid tube amp at with a vintage look, feel and sound, the Origin is it. Even with the output at low and volume at 1 you get a true tube amp feel without any signal loss.

I'd happily play this live at any occasion be it a club gig or in a studio and if you want to turn it up and feel it growl, it will have no problem keeping up with whatever you want to do. Also takes pedals fantastically well and has a very functional FX loop in the back.
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It is what it is and that's good!
Reverend Strat 20.10.2020
Want some good ol' Jimi, Jimmy, and Stevie tones? You'll get them! It's vintage, warm and really good. Great with pedals as well. However, it's also really loud. You can absolutely play at home as well, but you'll only get some saturation and mild distortion at bedroom levels. Just go crank it somewhere and it's magical! Perfect for blues, old school rock, heavy rock etc.
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Modern version of a plexi
Jens20 01.12.2020
This is my third tube amp and i must say it pairs beautifull with my Vox AC10. Solid mid range power from the marshall with a nice tilt knob which lets you chose between the bright or normale channel of a plexi or blend between the two.
I'm a pedal guy and this amp takes pedals very good!
The DI out is something I haven't been able to figure out to sound good on my focusrite but i prefere to mic them anyway!
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