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  • Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010]

    Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010] - nickname009's review


    * 5 Watt, 1x10 inch Combo Amplifier * All-Valve Design with Class A Circuitry * Powered by 2 x ECC83 Preamp and 1 x EL84 Power Tubes * Celestion Designed 10 inch Speaker * Compact Design for Playing out or Staying in Contr…

  • Marshall TSL601

    Marshall TSL601 - "Not too bad"


    This is one of the last great combos that Marshall had built. These were a great sounding amps that has a very dynamic feel and organic tone that was very usable in many different applications. These amps were the a little bit of the JCM2000 DSL but …

  • Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992]

    Marshall 4001 Studio 15 [1985-1992] - "Rock history"


    One of the most highly sought after Marshall in history. This amp was a modern marvel at the time. It had features that Marshall guys put in it that put it above anything they have ever done at the time. This thing was a tone monster and the features…

  • Marshall 2554 Silver Jubilee [1987]

    Marshall 2554 Silver Jubilee [1987] - "Nice Anny"


    These amps weer produced to commemorate Jim Marshall and they were labeled the 25th anniversary of Marshall. These were great amps at the time and more of a modern touch than the other models that Marshall was producing at the time. These amps had th…

  • Marshall 4501 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]

    Marshall 4501 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999] - "Can of bees"


    This amp is terrible! I can't believe this thing has tubes in it. I thought at first I was listening to some made in China solid state amp that cost $150. I can't believe this thing has tubes. Not only was the tone flat and sounded like a can of bees…

  • Marshall 4104 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 4104 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989] - "A classic Marshall combo."


    The Marshall JCM 800 4104 is 50 watt, 2x12 combo. It is powered by two EL34 power tubes that drive the two Celestion G12-65 speakers. I have also seen this model with 6550 power tubes and Celestion G12T-75 speakers. The 4104’s controls are Presence, …

  • Marshall Vintage Modern 2266C

    Marshall Vintage Modern 2266C - "It's ok" has images


    I have gotten some time to spend with this amp and it really isn't my cup of tea. I am not really impressed with the tone of the amp first of all and second the color of the tolex is hideous. It is this purple/black color that is just goofy looking t…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - "Spacious amp"


    This is a great little combo amp that features two 10 inch speakers and 30 watts of power. It has the same great tone and features as the 60 wattage version but just half the power. Back in the day when Marshall made amps that sounded good and to…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997] - "Not a bad pick up"


    The 312 features a combo cabinet with one 12 inch speaker. This is the most standard version of this guitar amp. This amp has a bit more of a buzzy sound in the distortion compared to the 60 watt models. This amp is the same amp as the 60 watt am…

  • Marshall JTM615 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM615 [1995-1997] - "HUGE speaker"


    This is a puzzling option to have in a guitar cabinet. You usually don't see or hear a 15 inch speaker coming out a of a guitar amp like you would a bass amp. yet the clean tone of this amp is much better in my opinion to most Marshall amps. Sounds m…