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Best thing since the 30th Anniversary amp.
As the creator of the sub-genre Dubstomp I require the highest gain, lowest noise, purest sound and best tone from my amps to compete with the super clean sounds EDM DJ's produce on computers. Only the new 4 channel amps from Marshall come close to what my TSL has been doing for 15 years. If you don't use Marshall, fuck off. I aquired a second one of these heads this year and as far as i know I'm running the only twin TSL stacks currently on tour in the world! now i just need a whole other set for stage left.
The TSL100 is a very underrated and generally unreliable amp mainly to the main board having issues about the biasing of the tubes. However, I used this amp on my 2006 'Eniac' album and had tones that I have never achieved with any other amp to date - and I have loads of tube amps.
The fix is simple, get a replacement board and fit it, it solves the issues forever and the amp returns to an incredibly good sounding lead tone. Don't listen to moaners... they don't know quite how to use this amp.
My main amp from 2001-2012
I owned several TSL100's.
The amp itself was ok, but the 5 way foots witch was terrible. Also the FX loop was awful. I've also used the tsl60 which has a much better FX loop, but sadly only works well at gig level volumes.
There are stories of reliability issues. Sadly these are true. Don't get me wrong, they sound good. But personally I think the JVM is a better amp.
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