FMAN B100D ToneX Essential
FMAN has made a name for himself as THE reference for hot rodded Marshall tones. The B100D is a pinnacle of this legendary amp line.
The Clean channel delivers Plexi-like tones that are a bit more less raw and strident than the vintage specimen - it is a bit more refined and controlled, while still retining the Plexi-style character.
The BE Channel sports heaps of gain, has a character that is smooth and dynamic at the same time, while still retaining that MRSH style bite and definition to the upper mids. The liveliness, balance and musicality of this channel is addictive. Nothing else delivers comparable tones - very dynamic despite the gainy character and extremely flexible thanks to a lot of switching options. This is THE platform for classic Rock tones and beyound.
The Boosted BE channel heats things further up and delivers high gain tones with a MRSH style tone that lives in the mids. It might be the first amp we've encountered that does high gain with this amount of mid content and sounds good at it. It doesn't want or like to be scooped out and where it shines is the extremely dynamic response thanks to the power amp being heavily involved in the tone-shaping and distortion.
If you want one amp that covers pretty much any amount of gain for any genre with a MRSH style tonal character that is a bit more controlled, refined and modern, this is it.
The amp was tracked through a MES 4X12 and a G12M25 and V30 Speaker mix (exactly as in FMAN 4X12 cabs), 2X Royer R121, 1X Beyerdynamic M16 and 1X Neumann U87 mics.
The set includes 24 captures ranging from clean to High Gain. Please refer to the table under the product pics for detailed info on each capture.
- 100W Output
- 4 X EL34
- 5 X 12AX7
- SS rectifier
- Fixed Bias
Return & Refund Policy
As this is a digital product and there is no way to retreive the product after the sale, we issue no refunds on the captures sets, packs or bundles. We do however do our best to convey a good representation of the captures.
Tone Model Import
After downloading the Tone Model set to your computer, the Tone Models can be imported from within ToneX:
Select the Presets Tab, right-click on any preset in the list and select "import". Select the presets you want to import.