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Marshall 4103 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]
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Marshall 4103 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the JCM800 series.

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ebrian ebrian

«  A classic, a sure »

Published on 12/02/12 at 10:40
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UTILIZATION

No need to think: one branch, play and attention to puissance.Donc not made to play at home, prefer to keep your castle isolated in the countryside.

SOUNDS

Its clear moyen.Pour the rest; crunch, overdrive and saturation was the beautiful sound typical 70/80 but you have to push the animal if it is any 'without much expression. This is an amp made for the scene before all that goes with both a guitar with pickups SB or DB

OVERALL OPINION

I played this amp at the time and I prefer it to his successor JCM 900.
At the time it was expensive for many scholarships but it is a good amp rock, blues, hard and reference.
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