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1980s JCM1C, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the 50th Anniversary series.


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Marshall 1980s JCM1C tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: 1980s JCM1C
  • Series: 50th Anniversary
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2012

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Marshall 1980s JCM1C user reviews

Average Score:5.0(5/5 based on 1 review)
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marvel3311/20/2014

marvel33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" 15 years of learning, and finally the holy grail!"

Marshall 1980s JCM1C
1 watt amp, swith0,1watt
Name: Marshall JCM 1980s-1C all-tube, details below:

Series: 50th Anniversary 1 Watt
Type: Electric Guitar Amp
Fomat Combo
Technology: all lamps (2 x + 2 x ECC83 ECC82)
Output Power: 1 Watt
Loudspeaker: 1x10 "Celestion G10N 16Ω
Channel: 1
Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Gain Boost Switch, Attenuation Lo Power Switch
Connectors: 6.35mm jack instrument input, 1 x 8Ω output, 1 x 16Ω output
Housing:
Dimensions (W x H x D): 360 x 380 x 220 mm
Weight: 9.4 kg

UTILIZATION

Played with a Les Paul Tokai Japan, the bliss, most sound settings! There are very easily all the sounds of the late '60s grunge, and even if you do not get a clear fenderien, it is very nice.

The boost associated with the setting of the pre-amp can wander in most styles

The watt is supercharged! peace with its neighbors is played with the gear that allows kept "his";

SOUNDS

Goes from blues to rock, hard. It's amazing the range of sounds and the return of the game.

The bass guitar in rock are rediscovered. A good learning tool with the peace of the neighborhood!

2 small flats if the preamp and volume are funds (pre amp works very well 80% and volume up), it's messy, and failed to properly operate a looper for the moment.

OVERALL OPINION

I had a lot of guitars, and amp that small powers always lived in the apartment: Epiphone 5w (too powerful), vox AC4TV (too powerful and never had its expected), vox AD20 + (but not bad ) Fender Champion 15 (any) Bugera BC15 and small Orange CR6. The latter two were satisfactory, but light years away from the dynamics of this concentrate JCM800!

My friend always said that electric guitar is not alone half an instrument, hence the importance of the amp; I confirm, thank you for this Marshall playable quality apartment. I 've tried other and have long hesitated with the JMP. DSL in 1 or 5 watts is too modern for what I play. I have been disappointed with the Slash model may be too typical for me.

I use it for 6 months, for geographical reasons I can not compare directly with my other amps or connect with other guitars in the near future. I look forward to playing with my SG classic, and a strat to see what sounds you can get!

In short it's still € 500 watt expensive, but there is no picture! Before the question was how to get out grateux make that sound? The answer was "playing on the 100W Marshall"

THAILAND bargain in Chinatown! There are still some for lovers! :)

It is part of the gear that I will keep
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Marshall 1980s JCM1C news

[NAMM] Marshall Turns 50

[NAMM] Marshall Turns 50

Published on 01/21/12
Marshall celebrates its 50th anniversary at NAMM with a series of "Celebration" models.

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