Dating my marshall cabinet

25-Feb-2020 15:39 by 7 Comments

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So, always keep your eyes open for “fishy” deals, look for information, and always ask for high definition photos (especially from the interior of the amps – the circuit, the tubes and transformers) to make sure everything is right.If you don’t have much experience (myself included, to be honest : P), I recommend asking help from the members here of the community.

With a standard eq (presence, bass, middle, treble), a total of 8 inputs (4 for each “section”) and 4 volumes, this thing is a real Frankstein monster. Then, this amp was used on the rehearsal sessions of Guns ‘n’ Roses’ Appettite for Destruction album. XD) Close-up of a “plexiglass” panel JMP And now, we are oficially into the JMP era.

Eric Clapton used a JTM-45 combo on the legendary (Now you know why this amp was called “Bluesbreaker” : P) He used his Les Paul through the Normal Channel of the amp. The then “horrible” distorted and saturated sound turned into what we know today as the “rock tone” (maybe not yet… Another example of this amp can be heard on AC/DC’s This is a confusing era, with lots of changes and new models. 😛 The transitition from the JTM to the JMP amps happened, in my view, with three steps.

He discovered that, by playing really loud, it would start to “break up”. The first one was the creation of the first 100w amp.

Before starting, I must warn you that acquiring vintage gear can be really risky.

You can end up buying something that is not what you expected or even something that is damaged or modded beyond repair.

This is a photo of a JTM-45/100, but it’s the same headbox used for the early Super Leads Back of a Marshall Super Lead I think you are all familiar with this amp. If you want to hear this amp, listen to any Free live performance.

Paul Kossoff was the man who really knew how to use these.I won’t write the rest because it may confuse you even more. It’s important to note that, for example, a 1959 amp has nothing to do with the The JTM-45 JTM-45 with “block” logo The first Marshall ever made. The front panel has “Presence”, “Bass”, “Middle” and “Treble” controls, as well as 2 volumes and 4 inputs.It was basically a copy of the 1959 Fender Bassman. In 1965, the plexiglass faceplates were introduced.Another player that acquired some of those was Eric Clapton, who used them to tour with Cream.The change to EL-34s The change to EL-34 tubes resulted in the increase of power. This is when the confusing model numbers started being used I believe. This amp had a more edgy sound than the JTM-45, due to the EL-34s.This amp is basically the 50w version of the Super Lead, so the sound is really similar to it’s “big brother”.