Marshall Origin 5C Combo

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Tube Combo Amp for Electric 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 bedroom volume
  • Channels: 1
  • Power: 5 watts
  • Preamp tubes: 2 x ECC83 (12AX7)
  • Power tubes: 1 x EL84
  • Equipped with: 1x 8" Celestion Eight-15 loudspeaker
  • Controls: Volume - Tilt - Bass - Middle - Treble
  • Switch: Power On / Off - Output Low / High - Gain Boost (Pull Volume)
  • Connections: Input (6.3 mm jack)
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 466 x 191 x 369 mm
  • Weight: 9.4 kg
Power 5 W
Speaker size 1x 8"
Power Amp Tubes EL34
Channels 1
Reverb No
External FX Loop Yes
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker Yes
Headphone connection No
Footswitch connection Yes
Incl. Footswitch Yes
Weight 9,4 kg
katalógusunkba bekerült: Április 2018
Termékszám 431621
mennyiségi egység 1 darab
233 € 83 375,55 ft
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Terrific lightweight 5 watt tube combo for short bread
Marklee 18.09.2021
I'll say this now, because before buying, I watched a Youtube Review where three Swedish shredders make this amp sound absolutely terrible. THIS IS A CLASSIC BLUES ROCK AND SOUL AMP. That's what I play (with a slide, for over 50 years), and I am very happy I bought this device between the time its price was slashed by nearly half and the day when they will surely sell out. IMHO, it's probably the best lightweight combo amp for sound and features since Vox stopped making the Pathfinder 15R, which I also own -- and one of the very few devices I ever bought new. BTW, I looked at it because the best amp model for what I do on Zoom's MFX pedals is the Marshall Bluesbreaker. I never owned a Marshall before -- I don't like the sound of their solid state amps, and the tube amps are too heavy and powerful for me. I sure liked that sound, though. Then I spotted the Origin, and finally found a YouTube clip of a guy playing a Tele through it that confirmed it would do what I wanted it to do.

For someone who plays small rooms, the 5 watts on this amp are plenty. My ears were recently damaged by playing a gig with two guys who each used 150 watts of amplification to hammer 30 people sitting about 20 feet away. That's when I started looking for a 5W tube combo (after quitting the band), and the feature set on this one impressed me. You need to crank a tube amp to get the best sound, which means my 15 watt Fender SCXD is too powerful for practice and small rooms. (Why I didn't want a Blues Junior, LOL.) The SCXD has decent onboard effects, which I use. The Origin 5C has none, but it also has a silent FX loop, and a cheap Zoom MS50G (another best buy) sounds lush through it. I haven't tried using the FX send as a line out yet, and I see no reason why it wouldn't work as it does with plenty of other amps. I did take off half a point for the feature set because I like having a line out (as do my other amps).

It took me half an hour to find sounds I really, really like on this amp, and every time I turn it on (several times a day), I find more. I don't own a Tele, and I can get a Steve Cropper sound from the Origin. I can also get a warm jazz sound and everything in between -- despite cutting the bass below noon most of the time. It works for AC/DC too.

It's not perfect. The 8" speaker can get flubby with the boost on, and I like to leave it on for the breakup and edge. I have the same problem when I raise the volume past two o'clock. Maybe that will fix itself when the speaker breaks in. (Update: it did.) I won't change speakers, though; I really like the range on this one, including the bass. The "tilt" switch tightens and brightens the sound, and in any case I usually don't need all the volume this device can put out. (In fact, I really like the 0.5 watt setting for quiet practice or learning tunes.) If I need a bigger amp, well, I'll use one. When I need more gain (and better control over it), I'll put an OD pedal in front of it. In a week of playing the amp about 2-3 hours every day, I haven't needed it. That's saying something, because OD is essential to most slide tunes (ask any Elmore fan).

I could go on and on, but I'll get to the point. This amp is better designed, with well thought-out features that actually work, than the vintage 5 watters that guitar players salivate over. I don't need or want it to be louder than it is. It's absolutely noiseless, very easy to carry, and comes with a footswitch for boost and FX, which makes a sweet deal sweeter. It captures the sound of my guitars and adds something special. The only uncertainty is whether it's built to last, and that's why I bought it new, to get the Thomann guarantee. At the price Thomann is currently selling it, it's a no-brainer for anyone who plays small rooms and classic styles. If Marshall ever stops making it, and the quality is real, I predict it's gonna become a collector amp like the Pathfinder 15R. If you need an amp like the one I just described, it's a very safe investment. I'm a cheap and frugal gear guy, and I have no buyer's regret whatsoever. Play on!
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AMAZING MARSHALL AMP
Mephisto Pan 08.11.2021
There are some things I want to say about this amp.

1st - For those who want to play metal with this amp and are concerned about buying it and not being able to, here's the catch - the amp on it's own is very likely to disappoint you. DO NOT GET ME WRONG the amp feels amazingly responsive and the sound is amazing. What I meant is that, even if you push the volume to maximum and engage the boost on, it will still not be enough gain - at least for me. So what I did was put there a Behringer UM300 (Distortion pedal) and the amp becomes a BEAST. How much gain can you get on this amp? - you ask? Well... I play pretty proudly black metal on this thing. And that alone should already tell you everything. You can get as much gain as you want/get out of your distortion pedals.

2nd - Talking about tones. Is it warm/dark? Is it cold/bright? It is all how you want it to be! Just use the TILT knob - literally one of the knobs with the biggest range of variety on this amp. Without pedals, it has this warm Marshall tone to it. When you increase the bass with distortion, you can get really cool palm mutes out of it. And obviously you can make it give you colder tones by using the TILT knob. Without distortion, the notes are very clear, and with distortion you can get really raw and crunchy tone.

Conclusion: The versatility of this amp is WONDERFUL. You can adjust it exactly how you want if you have the right pedal/s. If you play metal and have a distortion pedal you like and you use on this amp, you will not get disappointed :D
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The best home amplifier for blues & old-school rock.
Andrey Fedorov 09.12.2021
I was looking for a tube amplifier with a classic sound that could be played at a comfortable volume in the apartment. According to reviews on the Internet, I chose between Origin 5, DSL 1 & DSL5. I liked the sound of this model more.
When I listened to how it sounds live, a satisfied smile spread on my face. A readable, overtone-filled clear sound has a slight compression. if you turn on boost, the guitar literally starts singing. if you set the volume to 5, the sound turns into a warm tube crunch. if you turn the volume up to full, a fuzz tint appears in the sound. the eight-inch speaker perfectly conveys the shades of sound, although many claim that only twelve-inch ones sound.
Tilt control works very smoothly, and slightly colors the sound. equalization adjustments affect the sound carefully. in low power mode, the amplifier is very loud. the effects loop works great with the digital reverb pedal. footswitch with a long cord, the usual 2 buttons. The build and finish quality of the amplifier is excellent.
I recommend this amplifier to those who are looking for a classic Marshall sound. high-gain pedals also sound great, but its charm is in its own sound.
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Delivers More than promises
Peku A. 30.11.2021
I was positively surprised by this little amp. I am using it as the left amp of wet-dry-wet rig at home studio. I also use it as single practice amp on its own. Sounds really nice when tweaked properly. Got to mention that any Klon type pedal gives extremely pleasent distortion with this amp. No need to go to eleven!
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