I have a Marshall AVT
50 watt head and the slant cab that goes with it loaded with 200 watt celestions.
The cabinet was designed to mimic the 1960 at a more affordable price. It doesn;t come with wheels, but I bought a set at Guitar Center for around $20 so I can lug the cab around much easier.
In a nutshell, I love it. This is my third Marshall, and the first time I relied on the amp for distortion. I used to always use a BOSS Metal Zone for distortion, but I am very happy with the AVT gain. The amp offers two channels: 1 clean and one dirty, and comes with a footswitch.
The 12AX7 tube driven preamp is coupled with solid state engineering to provide an affordable amp worthy of the Marshall emblem.
I have used this amp to gig in several clubs, and I have never turned it above 5 in a club. Additionally, the volume serves as a Master volume, so I can keep things turned down at home.
There is also a Headphone jack and CD input jack to play with your fave CDs.
Series FX loop and 2 speaker outputs to build you one helluva a kick ass Marshall stack
Click on the speaker above to see a picture of it.