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Just did the C12 mod on my DSL

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  • Just did the C12 mod on my DSL

    Probably the simplest mod ever.. the "hard" part is taking the chassis out other than that, it literally takes a second.



    Anyway, I love it. It turns the red channel into a natural extension of the green channel. Just about the same tone but with more gain. I really liked the red channel stock but this is way better. I definitely recommend anyone with a DSL to take a second to do this mod, it's absolutely worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarbilly74
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    Probably the simplest mod ever.. the "hard" part is taking the chassis out other than that, it literally takes a second.



    Anyway, I love it. It turns the red channel into a natural extension of the green channel. Just about the same tone but with more gain. I really liked the red channel stock but this is way better. I definitely recommend anyone with a DSL to take a second to do this mod, it's absolutely worth it.






    Holy crap this sounds awesome...
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    • #3






      Quote Originally Posted by guitarbilly74
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      Probably the simplest mod ever.. the "hard" part is taking the chassis out other than that, it literally takes a second.



      Anyway, I love it. It turns the red channel into a natural extension of the green channel. Just about the same tone but with more gain. I really liked the red channel stock but this is way better. I definitely recommend anyone with a DSL to take a second to do this mod, it's absolutely worth it.






      Holy crap this sounds awesome...
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      • #4
        Uh that sounds perfect.

        That is if you're saying its like an extension of Green crunch.
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        • #5
          Uh that sounds perfect.

          That is if you're saying its like an extension of Green crunch.
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          • #6






            Quote Originally Posted by K-Bizzle
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            Uh that sounds perfect.

            That is if you're saying its like an extension of Green crunch.




            yeah green crunch... I can switch between the green crunch and red now and the only that changes is the gain level.. tone and fullness remain the exact same
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            • #7






              Quote Originally Posted by K-Bizzle
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              Uh that sounds perfect.

              That is if you're saying its like an extension of Green crunch.




              yeah green crunch... I can switch between the green crunch and red now and the only that changes is the gain level.. tone and fullness remain the exact same
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              • #8
                Billy, what are the cleans on a DSL like? Are they good or just passable?



                For some reason, as much as I've been around DSL's, I've never actually played one
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                • #9
                  Billy, what are the cleans on a DSL like? Are they good or just passable?



                  For some reason, as much as I've been around DSL's, I've never actually played one
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                  • #10






                    Quote Originally Posted by KCTigerChief
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                    Billy, what are the cleans on a DSL like? Are they good or just passable?



                    For some reason, as much as I've been around DSL's, I've never actually played one




                    It's probably the best cleans on a Marshall amp, ever. Seriously, it sounds great.
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                    • #11






                      Quote Originally Posted by KCTigerChief
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                      Billy, what are the cleans on a DSL like? Are they good or just passable?



                      For some reason, as much as I've been around DSL's, I've never actually played one




                      It's probably the best cleans on a Marshall amp, ever. Seriously, it sounds great.
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                      • #12
                        I find the cleans on the DSL to be very good. I have the 100 watt version.

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                        • #13
                          I find the cleans on the DSL to be very good. I have the 100 watt version.

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                          • #14
                            Is is similar to the clean channel on a JCM600? I must say, I'm really impressed with the cleans on it.
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                            • #15
                              Is is similar to the clean channel on a JCM600? I must say, I'm really impressed with the cleans on it.
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