Finding and then being able to use a classic Marshall 1959SLP can be difficult. They're amazing things but insanely loud, heavy and expensive. But most players just adore the tone. Marshall has acknowledged all of this and has now graced us with a far more manageable 20/5W (Low and High Attenuation) version in the SV20H. It features a 3 x ECC83 and 2 x EL34 tube array and is built in the UK. Does it deliver on tone? Oh, yes. Is it loud enough to gig with? I believe so. It certainly rattles the windows in my little room here. I'll put up a more comprehensive demo shortly, but for now have a taste with my Relic Depot '63 Lake Placid Blue tribute.
Guitar: 2018 Relic Depot Lake Placid Blue Tribute by Andrew Shelgov.
Amp: Marshall SV20H MKII head & SV212 cabinet with 2 x Celestion V-Type speakers
Power Supply: Strymon Zuma
Mic: Samson Airline77 (me)
Camera: Canon 60D (me) and Nikon D5100 (pedals)
Soundcard: PreSonus Quantum & Fractal Audio Systems Axe-FX III (guitar, mixing and bouncing).
Monitors: Blue Sky Media Desk 2.1
Computer: Apple iMac 27" i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
Software: Logic Pro X, Waves Plugins, Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).