Marshall Drive Master


User Reviews of the Marshall Drive Master

  • Submitted by Beavis from Afghanistan (254 points) on Mar 15, 2006
  • For a mass produced dirt box, this thing is sweet....if you use it normally, it has really nice definition and can do all those 70s rock cliches. In a loop however, the 3 band eq takes you into another realm
  • Good Points: Its loud....good definition, great eq......good build
  • Bad Points: when playing guitar thru it, it can sound a bit cliche....maybe its just my ears
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: Present from girlfriend
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  • Submitted by John from Glagsow (30 points) on Jan 29, 2003
  • Roar! This box has just replaced my other dist. unit, and rightly so. Using this for noise is rewarding in a sense as it takes to phase and flange really well. Its note seperation makes the subtleties in your sound come out, rather than being a massive churning mess.(if that's what you want, look at the t*rbo R*t). Built like the earth and just as loud, this is a cracking piece of kit.
  • Good Points: Mega sturdy, clear, powerful sound, really loud, good eq control
  • Bad Points: I don't understand the question.
  • Price Paid: US$30.00
  • Purchased At: ebay.co.uk
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  • Submitted by Bartek from Warsaw (2 points) on Dec 19, 2002
  • This is a good full-sounding overdrive/distortion pedal. Used by itself it gives a lot of bass. Low gain setting can give weird muddy sounds. Best (for me) if used with cheap distortion before it and an equalizer after it, either in a feedback loop, or as source filter.
  • Good Points: Nice look and solid box. Good full, meaty sound. 3 eq controls.
  • Bad Points: Not crazy enough for noise?
  • Price Paid: US$50.00
  • Purchased At: from my friend who plays guitar
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