Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
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Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]

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1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989], Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall in the JCM800 series.


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Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989] tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
  • Series: JCM800
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2006

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Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989] user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %
paul117911/23/2014

paul1179's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Plexi sound / look JCM800"

Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
It is the same circuit and the same functionality as the JMP Superlead, in a wider frame and in a headshell of JCM800. Mine dates from 1983.

UTILIZATION

As simple (and complicated) without a marshall master volume can be: the holy grail of the saturation natural EL34 is at hand but good guitar, good booster, good attenuator and good speaker required.
Typically the kind of amp whose best part will be drawn with some infrastructure around and a little experience.
I put a detachable PPIMV above, I recommend this mod.

SOUNDS

Everything has been said on the subject.
It's simple it is the sound that everyone is looking to have.
The model reissue 1959SLP gives a good idea of ​​what can be drawn from this amp even if the Superlead the 70's and 80's still have better components (input transformer and output in particular).

OVERALL OPINION

It is a model that I'm glad I found at a decent price.
Compared to my Superlead JMP 1977 is a bit more bright and punchy.
I think if I had to keep one of the two would be one, if only for its rarity.
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Soul06/07/2004

Soul's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
Amplification: 4 lamp power amp (EL84) and 3 lamps prampli (12AX7) for a total of 100 W, 4 between 1 and HIGH LOW High Low 2, a single channel but with the possibility of two volumes mixes the volume between them.

UTILIZATION

Nothing more simple, its a standard poustouflant really say anything the era has much to do ........

SOUNDS

The sound is rock n'roll desfois almost see a little cot in the mtal aggressive .......

OVERALL OPINION

This amp is just beautiful and legendary
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Mr ok okok08/05/2005

Mr ok okok's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
See previous opinion ... it only lacks the reverb (forgive quickly.'s Possible to mix the two volumes offer extra combinations and virtually unlimited.

UTILIZATION

The transformer of the beast is very very heavy .... heavy .... but a hand I do not see what you can blame him!

SOUNDS

Of pure rock, real, ah fucking with a small clone ripped way too! (Not very argument jen agree, but it is the heart speaking ;-)

OVERALL OPINION

Dementiallissime
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Danihell10/16/2005

Danihell's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 1959 JCM800 Super Lead [1981-1989]
Tube amps that are 50 or 100w, 2 x 2 between Volume I and Volume II
the only problem that there is not effect (eg reverb) and not even saturation!
There knob as: prsence, acute, meddium, grave, Volume I and Volume II
Volume I and shot towards the treble and bass II

UTILIZATION

The config is too simple!
is just a linker Volume I and Volume II:
guitar into the volume between 1 and I go out with a mini jack to 2 of Volume I, Volume II rerentrer 1, and we play like that with two volumes the treble and bass as well as qualisation.

SOUNDS

I made all style with this amp and the sound and standard, full-config (see above) and I play with a jaguar, a Jazzmaster and even a Les Paul.
The problem is if you want to gain (as there is no gain knob) so must turn up the volume! and collgues have earache has two, like the concert for no more than 2 DGIG because it requires a power brake or do a box with a rosta Resistors.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years (used to 300 with the original cabinet and C HUGE! Nothing but the head takes 1000 since it is not manufactured from the dbus ann es 90)
I NEVER spares
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