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Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the JMP series.

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  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 07/19/08 at 15:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So full head lamps
    4 EL34 and 3 ECC83

    USE

    No need for simple manual one branch and a bitch on

    SONORITS

    This beast conviends perfectly zic my style (Blues, Pop Rock, Hard-Rock) and a distortion pedal ass Mtal the fans would be pleasantly surprised at last I do not play Mtal but my avis.je used for now with Ibanez SC620 rises Fred / Paf pro and I told you that dry shipments in the ass with a Vox ToneLab but only for the effects (delay , reverb and distortion of what is and my cab 1960 AV) and it's a veritable massacre !!! Test with Les Paul a pot no words I can not think it's really !!! top notch to cry, maigique simply glove !!!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I just recently and I......
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    So full head lamps
    4 EL34 and 3 ECC83

    USE

    No need for simple manual one branch and a bitch on

    SONORITS

    This beast conviends perfectly zic my style (Blues, Pop Rock, Hard-Rock) and a distortion pedal ass Mtal the fans would be pleasantly surprised at last I do not play Mtal but my avis.je used for now with Ibanez SC620 rises Fred / Paf pro and I told you that dry shipments in the ass with a Vox ToneLab but only for the effects (delay , reverb and distortion of what is and my cab 1960 AV) and it's a veritable massacre !!! Test with Les Paul a pot no words I can not think it's really !!! top notch to cry, maigique simply glove !!!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I just recently and I already say I like everything about this tte.Je have not tried many other model I just JCM 2000 TSL 100 for 12 years I personally love and never plant me and with whom I never had any problem apart from the need to change the lamp when it scaffold but nothing else !!! Regarding the price the question that arises not because I changed against a Deluxe Strat and two pedals that I did not use but if you have a head for 1200 mttre that is exlent me a choice but still my opinion.
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  • At the height of his reputation!

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 11/08/13 at 05:46
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    100 watts all-tube amp, jack connectors (input and output). We're on the basic 2 volumes that correspond to the two inputs, NO MASTER (which is its main asset and default at a time), bass medium treble presence, and that's all! It lacks a master rajoutable by any good craftsman lamps and electronics, and a loop of any effect.

    Mine has a line out, but it was not very useful.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual or so since 1974 I have had the time to lose :) With 6 buttons on the front, there is no need to leave saint cyr to make it work properly anyway.

    The sound is easy to find, hard to refine, as in all great amps. The clean is great for a Marshall, who is not known for it at the base.
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    100 watts all-tube amp, jack connectors (input and output). We're on the basic 2 volumes that correspond to the two inputs, NO MASTER (which is its main asset and default at a time), bass medium treble presence, and that's all! It lacks a master rajoutable by any good craftsman lamps and electronics, and a loop of any effect.

    Mine has a line out, but it was not very useful.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual or so since 1974 I have had the time to lose :) With 6 buttons on the front, there is no need to leave saint cyr to make it work properly anyway.

    The sound is easy to find, hard to refine, as in all great amps. The clean is great for a Marshall, who is not known for it at the base.

    SOUNDS

    I put him 9 because it is very distinctive, but it's also fascinating.

    Given my game mediums are present, but at low volumes they are manageable in the mix (my ears say thank you!)

    This is the sound marshall with a Proco rat's ass is biting, it gnacque.

    The highs are not the most beautiful in the world, so in the studio I a couple Ampeg vt4 brings crunch and beautiful treble perfectly straight!

    I play with a Jazzmaster, the les paul and a strat for clean sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for six months, I also have a jcm 800, which has the same circuit but a master and not the same hp, so its not the same. So I know the marshall.

    I love its sound and its ability to adapt to your hardware (hp, guitar, effects), with black shadow sounds modern carefree!

    I do not like the volume it may relieve the ears is important, beware! If you ask a master, ask for a post-master stage!

    Having two marshall, not the choice I would do, but if it was to be my first purchase, yes I would!
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  • A killer ...

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 10/17/12 at 10:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp head Marshall JMP Super Lead 100W
    4x + 3x 12AX7 EL34

    UTILIZATION

    No manual! Settings: you can not go wrong ...
    If the 70 'makes you vibrate, then yes the sound is terrible!

    SOUNDS

    Rock, Hard Rock

    OVERALL OPINION

    20/20 except that it is too powerful to play apart ;-)
  • Classic old British tone

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 01/18/12 at 16:23
    Marshall is one of those amplifier companies as really stood the test of time. They probably easily one of the most recognized amplifier companies in the world. They're mostly used from pop all the way up into metal music. They do have a particular sound and feel that is unlike any other amplifier in the world. If the classic British tone that is inviting in vibrant to say the least. This is one of the all-time best amplifiers that it's ever been built.

    UTILIZATION

    Features

    100W
    4 EL34s in the power stage
    3 ECC83s in the preamp
    True bypass series FX loop
    3-band EQ
    Presence control



    SOUNDS


    This amplifier has such a great sound and anyone who has ever been......
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    Marshall is one of those amplifier companies as really stood the test of time. They probably easily one of the most recognized amplifier companies in the world. They're mostly used from pop all the way up into metal music. They do have a particular sound and feel that is unlike any other amplifier in the world. If the classic British tone that is inviting in vibrant to say the least. This is one of the all-time best amplifiers that it's ever been built.

    UTILIZATION

    Features

    100W
    4 EL34s in the power stage
    3 ECC83s in the preamp
    True bypass series FX loop
    3-band EQ
    Presence control



    SOUNDS


    This amplifier has such a great sound and anyone who has ever been around any type of music knows that the Marshall plexi is just one of the best. This amplifier is basically two channels in one. You have a higher low input for each channel so that gives you a total of four possible guitar to put plugs. Each one of these channels has two volume controls. This is a non-master volume amplifier so in order to get some crank distortion or overdrive you really have to crank the volume out of this amplifier. Of course if you're an apartment or small home this is not easily doable. So therefore you will need any attenuator or some sort of modification to get the amplifier to distort at lower volumes. This can be done quite easily if you push the front of the amplifier with an overdrive pedal such as an Ibanez tube screamer or a boss SD-1 pedal. Or you can or you send it out to get modified by many of the online amplifier modification specialists out there.

    OVERALL OPINION


    These amplifiers you can find new for right around $2300 or so. That is a decent price for this amplifier and certainly one that might be a little bit out of the budget range of many budgeted musicians. However you can find these all day long used very easily for probably less then half about. I have seen them as low at $100 used so I would go that way on this amp.
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  • Hello I love you!

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 12/31/11 at 11:44
    This is about as classic as you can get when he comes to the marshall amplification hundred watt amps. This is such a great sounding amplifier and is a great platform for modification and high gain territory. These amplifiers are probably one of the most heavily used amplifiers in all of pop, rock, and metal music. They're extremely versatile in their tone and they cover a wide range of possible musical styles with just basically one channel. There isn't a whole lot of extra features that these older amplifiers have compared to the newer production models. You basically have a presence control knob, bass, middle, travel, and then your volume controls for each set of high and low inputs......
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    This is about as classic as you can get when he comes to the marshall amplification hundred watt amps. This is such a great sounding amplifier and is a great platform for modification and high gain territory. These amplifiers are probably one of the most heavily used amplifiers in all of pop, rock, and metal music. They're extremely versatile in their tone and they cover a wide range of possible musical styles with just basically one channel. There isn't a whole lot of extra features that these older amplifiers have compared to the newer production models. You basically have a presence control knob, bass, middle, travel, and then your volume controls for each set of high and low inputs with the dark and normal input. They are very standard type of amplifier that is a great platform to use effects or modulation or any type of overdrive boosting pedals.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual is require and probably hard to even track one down from the early 70's However, you don't need one to get this thing up and running. It is as basic as it gets.

    SOUNDS


    I absolutely love the tone of these amplifiers in a loud aggressive setting. These amps have such a warm and articulation that is extremely comfortable to play and makes your notes of your guitar just jump out. there is a warmth that comes with Marshall amplifiers that is very different from a Mesa boogie or a Fender amplifier which are probably the top three amplifier production companies in the world. I would probably say that Fender is the biggest and then a close second would be Marshall and then a Mesa boogie would be the third most popular heavily used amplifiers. The Marshall has a distinct tone that is very different than most Fender amplifiers but really it takes a lot of its influences from the Fender bassman amplifier. The large majority of the circuit is a reflection of that original amplifier with some new modifications at least for that period of time when Marshall was building these amps. These are great sounding vintage tone amplifiers and they are excelling at giving you a perfect blend of frequencies that compliment most band mixes.

    OVERALL OPINION


    With the market right now the way it is with people not really purchasing gear as much as they used to be. These amplifiers you can find pretty inexpensively just a few years ago. They are heavily cycled and pretty available if you look throughout many classifieds and especially eBay. If you give enough time you can probably find one that's a really good condition that will fetch a little bit more money but there are a lot of people that are just simply dumping these older amplifiers for newer production amps that have multiple channels with different bells and whistles that are more applicable to today's modern music.
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  • Classic in one word or less

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 12/31/11 at 10:03
    These old Marshall amplifiers have such a crazy tone and a fantastic feel for anyone who is playing pop, rock, or metal music. If you are into the pop and rock tones then you really need a overdrive pedal that can push the front end of the amplifier to get that nice preamp type of distortion. Otherwise these amps are so loud because primarily all the you're getting power tube amp distortion when you really crank the volume. These amplifiers at the time didn't have a load of preamp distortion so what you would have to do is somehow boost the front end of the amplifier or have the amplifier modded buy some guitar amplifier technician to really juice up the tone. Many of your 70s and 80s......
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    These old Marshall amplifiers have such a crazy tone and a fantastic feel for anyone who is playing pop, rock, or metal music. If you are into the pop and rock tones then you really need a overdrive pedal that can push the front end of the amplifier to get that nice preamp type of distortion. Otherwise these amps are so loud because primarily all the you're getting power tube amp distortion when you really crank the volume. These amplifiers at the time didn't have a load of preamp distortion so what you would have to do is somehow boost the front end of the amplifier or have the amplifier modded buy some guitar amplifier technician to really juice up the tone. Many of your 70s and 80s and even 90s albums that would feature the British tone if they were using a marshall probably had the amplifier modded by someone. And if they didn't they generally would use an overdrive or distortion pedal to really boost the front end of the amplifier.

    UTILIZATION

    These amps basically feature a simple layout design on the front panel. You have a presence control knob, bass, middle, trebel, and then your volume control knobs. You have your simple high and low inputs and that's pretty much about it. There's not an effects loop on the back because this is before the time that effects loops became more popular and more common. Now today you effects loops on pretty much every single amplifier in production. If it's a new or modern style amplifier you're generally good to see an effects loop whereas many vintage modern amps will sometimes have an effects loop and other times bypass this option.

    SOUNDS


    The tone of these amplifiers are fantastic and if you have a good overdrive pedal with maybe some effects modulation such as a chorus, delay, or a phaser, then you can get some great singing tone and effects tone that will mix very well in most band situations. There isn't a whole lot this amplifier cannot do when combining it in a nice pop, rock, or even hard rock band setting. These amplifiers are great platforms for getting a general tone that is widely excepted and sounds pretty good in most applications. Overall this is a great sounding amplifier and have a great vintage tone that also can sound very modern depending on how you set the cues and what type of the effects from your floorboard or your rack units can come up with.

    OVERALL OPINION


    You can find these amplifiers pretty easily and most use classifieds section. It's very common amplifiers and we're heavily circle circulated during its time of production. These are great amps and right now if you can get great deals on used gear because a lot of people are not buying gear these days I would recommend this amplifier to anyone who wants that vintage type tone with an EQ section that is very easy to dial in a good sounding guitar tone with. These are fun amplifiers and just a classic amplifier for most musical applications.
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  • Awesome amp!!!

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 11/07/11 at 11:05
    Marshall amps are probably the finest amplifiers for the hard rock and metal type guitar players. They have a great tone and are very addicting to play. These are probably the most iconic and easily recognizable amplifiers and all of music. The only thing to come close is maybe a Fender bass van or twin deluxe but nothing stands the test of time or the hard rock feeling tone as a Marshall amplifier.

    UTILIZATION


    These amplifiers are very well designed and sound phenomenal we really crank up. Unfortunately the amplifier to find a lot of volume to really find that good sweet spot. Unless you use an attenuator and you really have to crank these things up to get those tubes burning and......
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    Marshall amps are probably the finest amplifiers for the hard rock and metal type guitar players. They have a great tone and are very addicting to play. These are probably the most iconic and easily recognizable amplifiers and all of music. The only thing to come close is maybe a Fender bass van or twin deluxe but nothing stands the test of time or the hard rock feeling tone as a Marshall amplifier.

    UTILIZATION


    These amplifiers are very well designed and sound phenomenal we really crank up. Unfortunately the amplifier to find a lot of volume to really find that good sweet spot. Unless you use an attenuator and you really have to crank these things up to get those tubes burning and firing hot to get that sweet British flavored tone.

    SOUNDS


    The Marshall amplifier sits very well in a band mix. Probably will be because it has a very good mid range voicing due to the EL 34 power tubes. This amplifier sounds really great if you get it modified to get even more again and saturation. The Marshall amplifier in general is a great platform to be modified and built upon. Many guitarists have used these over the last few decades because it has a great sweet warm tone that is very complementing to the band next.

    OVERALL OPINION


    You could find these guitar amplifiers pretty much anywhere. They're extremely popular but depending on what year you buy it will determine how valuable it can be. There's a lot of boutique amplifier that have copied and redone the Marshall flavor which sometimes sounds a lot better but you're going to pay more in premium prices to get that. These guitar amplifier sound great if you use a good overdrive pedal to throw in front of to get that front end of the amplifier really cooking. So if you have a boss SG one pedal or a tube screamer from Ibanez and you're going to get a really good hard rock tone with that combination.
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  • Speechless!!

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 09/12/11 at 21:16
    The Marshall plexi amplifier or the four input amplifier is a classic amplifier and is based upon one of the most regional amplifiers that Marshall created. The four inputs is a standard two channel which is not foot switchable or selectable at all like you would find in most modern amplifiers. If you want to use both of these channels you have to use a jumper cable to go from one of the inputs to the other input and still plugging in your guitar input cable to one of the other inputs. This is a great amplifier for modification is a great amplifier to use in recording or any stage appearances. If one of the most highly sought after martial tones and one of the most brilliantly voice......
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    The Marshall plexi amplifier or the four input amplifier is a classic amplifier and is based upon one of the most regional amplifiers that Marshall created. The four inputs is a standard two channel which is not foot switchable or selectable at all like you would find in most modern amplifiers. If you want to use both of these channels you have to use a jumper cable to go from one of the inputs to the other input and still plugging in your guitar input cable to one of the other inputs. This is a great amplifier for modification is a great amplifier to use in recording or any stage appearances. If one of the most highly sought after martial tones and one of the most brilliantly voice amplifiers in existence.

    UTILIZATION


    These guitar amps have been some of the most highly used amplifiers that Marshall has ever produced. So many rock guitarist and regular guitarist and just any guitars around if they've ever play to marshal chances are they play one of these for them put Marshall's heads. This is a basic amplifier and sake certainly a good quality amplifier for most musical needs. All the controls are very easy layout and they're pretty self explanatory. You have a presence control it based control and middle control a trouble control a volume control and another volume control and those two void controls will control each set of two inputs high and low.

    SOUNDS


    The tone of these amplifiers are just classic Marshall. It has a familiar ring to it if you've ever heard any rock album from the 70s on till today. It's a great platform for modification so if you're not getting the tones you want you want a lot more game because in general of these amplifiers don't have very much again unless you really crank volume out of them which is not usable for bedroom playing. So chances are you probably have to get modified in which it'll add a ton more gain a lot more responsiveness to the amplifiers. Today's modifiers have really got a handle on how to make these guitar amplifiers for sound amazing. But if you want to leave cleaning untouched and use a good overdrive pedal to max out your game potential. Depending on what pick ups you have he might need a little bit more game unless game but I generally like to use a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge position of my guitar and a 59 pick up in the next position up my guitar. I find that these pickups really match very well with the voice and tone of this amplifier.

    I would say that the speaker of choice when it comes these amplifiers are either a greenback speaker or a GH30 speaker. Does British sounding speakers just match perfectly with this British sounding amplifier. I'm never been a fan of the GT75 speakers or the V 30 speakers or vintage 30 speakers because of the sterile harsh tone in them. I like the way to GT 75 speakers sound with a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier but not with Philip Lexi amplifiers or the four input amplifiers. I really like the sound of those greenbacks with this aunt because he just have a great connection chemistry with that speaker cabinet and amplifier. So depending on if you got it modified or you just using a overdrive paddler distortion pedal a good analog delay pedal will suit your needs very fine we are looking for a good solid solo or lead tone.

    OVERALL OPINION


    I highly recommend this amplifier to anyone looking to get one of the best marshall tones in existence. This is a great amplifier if you're starting out playing the guitar this probably is to be a little bit more expensive than what you're looking for. I seen them go as low as of $1100 which is a good price for this wonderful guitar amplifier. I highly recommend this to anyone is looking for the ultimate Marshall tones and what's that classic Plexi tone. It's a solid amp for any guitarist out there.
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  • Almost perfect

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 09/03/11 at 15:55
    This Marshall amplifier is an established rock 'n roll tone that you've probably heard on countless albums and recordings. This is such an iconic Marshall amplifier with its classic look and remarkable tone. This is the guy and that you wish you could've started out playing if you were lucky enough to own one. It's been a while now since I start first started to pick up the get electric guitar and I continue to always go back to this classic martial tone.

    The amplifier sounds extremely good when coupled with a good hard rock guitar such as if Gibson Les Paul or a Gibson SG guitar or even a Fender Stratocaster guitar. It's a great sound that will have you playing for hours on it.
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    This Marshall amplifier is an established rock 'n roll tone that you've probably heard on countless albums and recordings. This is such an iconic Marshall amplifier with its classic look and remarkable tone. This is the guy and that you wish you could've started out playing if you were lucky enough to own one. It's been a while now since I start first started to pick up the get electric guitar and I continue to always go back to this classic martial tone.

    The amplifier sounds extremely good when coupled with a good hard rock guitar such as if Gibson Les Paul or a Gibson SG guitar or even a Fender Stratocaster guitar. It's a great sound that will have you playing for hours on it.

    UTILIZATION


    The control dials are pretty easy to follow as there is only a presence base, middle, travel, and volume. You have your normal inputs high and low and then you have your darker inputs high and low. I really like to use a jumper cable and connected to channels and run it that way cause I find it gets a better punchier tone that just sounds better to my ears.

    When you use a jumper cable to jump the two channels the tone is quite remarkable and get a little bit dirtier and three dimensional to my ears. I hardly would ever play this amplifier with just the one channel and less it was a Modded amplifier of some kind then which defeats the entire purpose of why I'm even talking about the two channels.

    SOUNDS

    There are two sounds to this amp you have the volume level that is one in under on the volume control and then everything past one is pretty much the same volume level. So as you increase it past one the volume never really changes when you continue to go clockwise all it does is get the power tubes to saturate more. So you have the bedroom volume which is a little bit thinner that is wanted under and then everything else is past one is the same volume. This is a simple circuit and Marshall's never really changed this is pretty much the original specs when it first came out.

    I absolutely love the toner this amplifier when you have a good solid distortion paddle in front of it and a guitar that has a humbucker pick up installed. Even with adding a little bit of delay or some course you can get a really good beefy tone added when you use a jumper cable to blend in the darker thumpier low in tones. This guitars and amplifiers and very versatile as far as the modern technology nowadays with multiple channels and everything but this is a classic sound is for those type of people you really love that classic martial sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This amp has obviously been discontinued for a long time but still serve a great price on the used market. I seen him go for right around $11-$1200 for a good price ones and as much is $1800 if people are willing to spend that much money. The great amplifiers if you can get one that's unmolested or on Modded because they're able to retain their resale value a little bit better than a modified one. And if you decide to get a modified these are great starting points for a monotone any hiking tone. If you heard any album from the early 80s all way through the 90s you've probably heard a Modded Marshall is sometime. I highly recommend this guitar amplifier to anyone is looking for that classic Marshall tone or is looking for some Marshall amplifier to get modified. It's an exceptional aunt and with 100 W of power you can really get your speaker cabinet push a lot of loud air.
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  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]Published on 05/25/05 at 05:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A head amp legends:
    Any lamp for 4 * EL34 power amp and 3 lamps for pramp ..

    This head is 100 WTT is the mine in the picture.

    APRs have changed the lamp and rgler the bias, and aa power phnomnal grain.
    Ms. too powerful for a pice of 15 m without earplugs (so to make cruncher ...

    UTILIZATION

    RULES is a alone, it carves its litralement sound!
    It's not complicated before I took the lead with rglages .. to have a sound "la" Hendrix, I plug the void, and I "sound" I rvais ..

    SOUNDS

    There are 4 inputs and it is to make ncessaire bnficier to bypass the bass and treble on this type of amp.
    One can easily sculpt the sound by adding bass or treble, and if the sound is......
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    A head amp legends:
    Any lamp for 4 * EL34 power amp and 3 lamps for pramp ..

    This head is 100 WTT is the mine in the picture.

    APRs have changed the lamp and rgler the bias, and aa power phnomnal grain.
    Ms. too powerful for a pice of 15 m without earplugs (so to make cruncher ...

    UTILIZATION

    RULES is a alone, it carves its litralement sound!
    It's not complicated before I took the lead with rglages .. to have a sound "la" Hendrix, I plug the void, and I "sound" I rvais ..

    SOUNDS

    There are 4 inputs and it is to make ncessaire bnficier to bypass the bass and treble on this type of amp.
    One can easily sculpt the sound by adding bass or treble, and if the sound is extremely powerful dj sharp and crystalline, if a sufficient (Ahahahaha) can be added with the presence knob ADEQUATE ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month and it's ... rve a perfect price, one of 72 original head, and hurts the C. .. more between the baffle which is fine, but everything sounds APRS!
    SOUND what!
    for all that is funk blues, rock 70 'and the rhythmic red hot chili peppers (that's only I bought Frusciante Registries BSSM head with this ...
    Brief

    I put 9 for power far too balèze, and warms the winter one piece plexiglass!

    So if you're lucky enough to find one, go for it, mine is more original Fully ...
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