Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] user reviews
It was a good first live amp and I did keep it for a few years until I eventually sold it. It never went down on me and for the price was the best and loudest I could afford at the time. I play a bit more seriously now. If I were in the market for a similar sized combo, I'd probably go after some kind of Mesa Boogie 2x12.
Marshall has seriously got down he tubes in recent years...no pun intended. Their amps has a bland cold tone that sound harsh and flat whether its in your bedroom playing or even on stage. I have played most Marshall amps that are currently in production and only a few amps sound anything like the old ones. These are not new amps ...
I don't believe that they currently make the Marshall JTM 30, but you could probably find one used if you so desired, as they didn't make these all that long ago. However, if you can't find one I wouldn't stress too much about it, as although it is a very good sounding amplifier, there are definitely plenty out there that have a comparable soun...
Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - nico21120
I bought this amp, There are long (12/13 years). In the era in France, I bought it for little prs 3500 ff (few prs 500). This is my only amp, never changed. I almost make a ball one day and sell it. Looking at what to replace the same price, I t quickly convinced to keep .... This is a good amp.
Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - ezekielhimself
I bought it in 1998 (sold in 2005) I change the lamps is only twice (and every time an amp is rcupre new!) yes I have tried many models for the era I worked as a salesman in musical instrument and for a good rock sound (with a tite pedals as DS1, or a Tube Screamer, Big Muff) the ca ffective made it! trs good one of the best tube...
Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - slider-59
I use it for several months, at home and again with friends. There's no wiggle in it need an amp whip, low volume, except for clear, dynamic enough, we feel that it is not made for that. The feature that attracted me the most is its ability to quickly cruncher, I never tire of the sound that emerges. I had fun comparing it with my Hu...
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