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Discussion in 'Amp Owners Clubs' started by Malikon, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. RudemanStrat

    RudemanStrat Strat-Talk Member

    Sep 9, 2015
    My 5275 75 watts reverb 1X12 combo which I'm the original owner, got it new in the mid 1980s (this old pic was way back from 1985 in So. Calif.), it's my most loudest of my three amp combos, great little amp.

    I used to have a pro tech neighbor that works on Marshall amps and I had him bulletproof all the internal connections in the early '90s.

    The other amp shown in the pic is my first amp Peavey Solo Series Bandit 50 watts solid state 1X12 bought it new in '81, and the last amp I still got is a '92 Mesa Boogie 60 watts tube 1X12 combo which I mainly use for playing clean sounds.

    My 5 guitars that I play with my 3 amps:
    Fender Floyd Rose Classic Strat HSS '60s re-issue black with maple fretboard made in '92
    Fender HM Strat MIJ with single DiMarzio humbucker, Kahler Spyder, white with rosewood fretboard made in '88
    Fender Strat MIJ SSS with Kahler Spyder white with rosewood fretboard '84-'87
    (very rare) 1986 Ibanez X-ING IMG2010 Guitar Synthesizer MIDI Controller made in Japan with optional Roland and Yamaha MIDI sound modules - silver with ebony fretboard
    1982 Ovation 1661-4 Balladeer electric-acoustic natural finish top, cutaway, deep bowl carbon fiber back of body and rosewood fretboard
  2. hellaGNARLY

    hellaGNARLY Strat-Talker

    Feb 25, 2015
    Oh Marshall. My first "big boy" amp was a Marshall. I learned guitar on a Squier practice amp. After a few years, I upgraded to a Peavy 1x12 studio solid state piece of junk. At the time, I thought that amp ruled. After years of playing the Peavy, I sprung for a Marshall.

    I bought a DSL with a 1960a 4x12 cab new from Guitar Center probably about 11 years ago now. I loved every second of it. One thing I'll never forget it the smell of the wood being as it was brand new.

    Nothing matches the low end of a Marshall stack...NOTHING. I eventually sold the head in favor of my dream head, an Orange ad30htc. For a while, I played it through my Marshal 4x12. Sadly, tastes changed and my back was being destroyed by lugging around the cab so I sold the cab too.

    Now I have my Orange ad30 head through an Orange 2x12 and a Fender DeVille 2x12. I do miss the Marshall sometimes because to be honest, nothing "rocks" as hard as a driven Marshall.
  3. jball85

    jball85 Strat-Talker

    Mar 16, 2014
    East Texas
    Marshall owner's club

    Here's some Marshall porn. My DSL 50 chassis receiving some maintenance and some new iron (output transformer).

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  4. MadJack

    MadJack Strat-Talker

    Apr 9, 2012
    Ocala, FL
    Does my homemade count?


    5 watt, all tube Plexi SE, cascade/JCM800 build. I just finished it two weeks ago. I know, it still needs a faceplate.
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  5. 4SEVEN3

    4SEVEN3 Strat-Talker

    Jan 31, 2014
    Dallas TX
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    My DSL15C that I recently picked up. More amp than I really need....but who cares about what I NEED....

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    And my MG10, for the late night practice so I can use headphones and backing tracks. Thinking about cutting it down into a little head.

    Really like both of them!
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  6. TomH8

    TomH8 Strat-O-Master

    May 1, 2014
    Here are my 3 Marshalls:

    Lead 12
    JCM 900 Model 2500

    I got the 900 a few months ago and it is the exact tone I've been hearing in my head for a few years. I leave the gain sensitivity at 0 and put the preamp at about 4.5 and I just love it. Smile everytime I plug into that.

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  7. ricker

    ricker Strat-Talk Member

    Oct 1, 2015
    Here's a couple; 66/67 JTM45/100 Super Bass and a 66 JTM45, on the right;

  8. lakehaus

    lakehaus Strat-Talker

    May 30, 2008
    New Orleans, USA
    This is an early '80s JCM A Cab that I recovered about 4-5 years ago. Tedious work. It holds a quad of 1970 Celestion G12Ms (3 w/ 003 Pulsonic cones, 1 w/ 014). It also serves as the projection base for a 1971 Super Lead (1987 circuit). The head cab was stripped of its original black tolex when I got it 3 years ago. The original hardware & logo were reused.


    Space is tight in my temporary digs, so I recently picked up a Germino Bluesbreaker 2x12 cab and transferred the chassis and two of the pre-Rolas into it. The cabs reside in storage.

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  9. RudemanStrat

    RudemanStrat Strat-Talk Member

    Sep 9, 2015

    How about the smallest Marshall amp my MS-2 Mini 1 Watt, great practice amp in the bedroom or bathroom.
  10. Lonn

    Lonn Mod Admin Staff Member Strat-Talk Supporter

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    After at least 50 amps I picked up my first Marshall yesterday. Special order Class 5 combo in dead mint condition. Haven't had enough time with it to decide if it's a keeper but I like it so far. I had sold a couple of Peavey VK112 tube amps in favor of an old Randall Century 500 I got for free but this caught my eye yesterday at GC and I had money in my pocket amp day.


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  11. Lonn

    Lonn Mod Admin Staff Member Strat-Talk Supporter

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    At home with my also new (to me) 02 MIM Tele.

  12. nmoc strat

    nmoc strat Strat-O-Master

    Sep 23, 2012
    Setubal - Portugal
    Heres my JCM 900 HGDR, with some of my axes.

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  13. sam_in_cali

    sam_in_cali Scream for me Strat-Talk! Strat-Talk Supporter

    Feb 21, 2014
    Santa Maria, CA
    ^^ Digging your rig! Nice Dave Murray strat too, is it the real thing or self-assembled?
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  14. Cold Shot

    Cold Shot Strat-Talker

    Dec 18, 2015
    Atlanta, GA
    Here's one of my Marshall MG100HDFX with the matching MG412B cab. Not the greatest amp in the world, but it was a good deal, and it sounds pretty decent.

  15. jaycoyoyo

    jaycoyoyo Strat-Talk Member

    Dec 26, 2015
    Omaha, NE
    Here's my 1982 JCM800 4210 1x12 combo. It's my #1!

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  16. sam_in_cali

    sam_in_cali Scream for me Strat-Talk! Strat-Talk Supporter

    Feb 21, 2014
    Santa Maria, CA
    Nice, I have that same amp from the same year! Definitely loud little suckers aren't they? Bought mine used and it had been outfitted with KT88 power tubes and a Eminence Governor speaker so it sounded a little bassy compared with a typical JCM800. I ended up up putting a MXR 6-band EQ in the effects loop which helped tremendously. Also FWIW, I've tried a ton of OD pedals with this cannot go wrong with either a Boss SD-1 or a Wylde OD up front.
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  17. gibsonsmu

    gibsonsmu Senior Stratmaster

    Oct 16, 2015
    I have one full stack with a 69 top and a 68 bottom and another 69 top and a 70 top. Amps are a 67 Super PA and a 1972 50 watt bass. Love em!

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  18. Razzle

    Razzle Strat-Talker

    Feb 3, 2011
  19. majorbanjo

    majorbanjo Strat-Talk Member

    Aug 5, 2012
    50th Anniversary Marshall 1974x and a pair of custom shop wrap tails