Agree with all of the above, Gene. I get just as much of a charge playing thru my SV20's as I do any of my older Marshall's.Besides the durability factor, the fact that these amps have been proven to provide the tonal variety required for a professional in such a demanding gig scenario, speaks volumes! Owning an SV20H myself, I'm not at all surprised! It's the greatest amp to I've had the pleasure to play through since my earlier years of using 1959s, 1987s and JTM45s! The dynamics, tactile feel and tonal complexity is simply to die for! Overall, gut wrenching, arena filling power is not there however, but that's what good mics and modern sound reinforcement systems are for!
Just My $.02,
I watched the comparison vids between the SV, SC, DSL & Jubilee 20w and came to the conclusion that the SV is the one. By then the prices had gone through the roof.I'm starting to think that before long everyone on here will have at least one SV20.
And rightly so.
^I do that all the timeNow that we are in a recession, the prices may come down but, we are in a recession. Probably better off buying canned food, TP and ammo. LOL.
What took 'em so long ? Just stick with what made ya great .........Yep. The sleeping giant that is Marshall finally woke up. Bless them.
....instead of some red channel / green channel bullsh*t
It appears that manufacturing delays due to supply chain issues and escalating shipping and import costs, including costs incurred from the cargo and port terminal delays, are now being reflected in pricing markups. These amps have literally jumped in price almost $400 from this time last year.I think the prices will come down at some point. Charging that much for an SV20H isn't sustainable...