Marshall 5275 Reverb 75 [1984-1991]
Marshall 5275 Reverb 75 [1984-1991]

5275 Reverb 75 [1984-1991], Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the JCM800 Solid State series.

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Afeelgood 06/25/2006

Marshall 5275 Reverb 75 [1984-1991] : Afeelgood's user review


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Amp 75 Watts RMS at 8 ohms Transistor.
Celestion Sidewinder speaker 8 Ohms 150Watts
Frequency of 100Hz to 10kHz
It has a footswitch input, Effect send / return, headphone output, speaker output for 8 / 18 Ohm and the most interesting output jack with a knob adjusts the level.

This is an amp uncommon in France. Blessed is he who has one.


Before this amp I owned a JCM800 75W combo which fell in the road after 3 years.
I had one wish to buy one soon but I have not found.
So in desperation I go into my local music store and the salesman showed me that this amp was there for a long time behind boxes.
I trusted Marshall I tried it on a guitar at random and I liked its power.
So I buy 2500Frs at the time.
On returning I plugged my Telecaster over and behold I discovered the sound of this amp.
Both say it's a wonder the sound that comes out is like seeing higher than that of a tube amp.
The sound is very vintage is exactly what I wanted.


I use it with a Telecaster and I must say that even with a little adjustable wanted it reaches a beautiful sound.
Used with a footswitch to switch it clear sound with a warm distortion worthy of Angus Youg.


I use it for 10 years and it suits me perfectly.
In a group of funk or rock it fits perfectly.
A pleasure and a real power.
If I had to buy an amp that would be the one without any hesitation.
It is compact and light enough.