1968 Marshall JMP50 Plexi
Straight lip front, three original transformers, Plexi glass front panel. Tubes are original period Mullard EL34's and three Brimar ECC83's.
A Plexi from the golden era of Marshall amplification. It's got a couple of minor changes, but where it matters, it is 100% original. It breaks up and starts to get loud around 6-7 whereas the gold aluminium JMP50's tend to go earlier. This leaves a lot of room between 1-5 for some really nice clean tones.
Two of the knobs are period correct replacements from 1968, but not original to this amp.
A great piece of British amplification history.
1971 Marshall JMP50
Marshall JMP50W Head with a 1968 Re-issue Marshall cabinet with 4 Celestion Greenback speakers.
Cabinet was hand-wired in the UK. The speakers are amazingly crisp.
There is an extra hole in the front panel where someone has (my guess) added a Master Volume most likely.
This setup is incredibly loud and sounds amazing.
1992 Marshall JCM 900
1992 Marshall JCM900 4501 50 Watt 1×12 Combo amplifier. This model features dual channels, independent reverb, volume and gain controls for each channel. Re-tubed in 2014.
The breakup in the clean channel is perfect for classic rock like AC-DC and Led Zeppelin whilst the lead channel always gets the job done. A dual reverb amp in excellent condition.
1995 Marshall JCM 900
A unique 100W 2*12 Marshall JCM 900 with exceptional tone.
Plenty of volume from this combo amp. The clean channel breaks up nicely at high gain for all your vintage Marshall tone requirements.
A fine condition dual reverb amp. Comes with an original Marshall heavy duty foot switch.
Wheel casters fitted.