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1970 Marshall jmp 50
1970 Marshall jmp 50

1970 Marshall jmp 50

Year of Manufacture -1970

Serial Number -

Condition - great,changed power transformer to original spec

t all started when a drum shop owner couldn’t get rid of three pesky guitarists. If it weren’t for those meddling kids and their gosh-darned guitars, Jim Marshall might have made a name for himself selling drums. The pesky guitarists in question—Ritchie Blackmore, Big Jim Sullivan [the subject of PG’s February 2013 Forgotten Heroes feature], and Pete Townshend—were dissatisfied with their rigs. They yearned for more volume, more distortion, and the right sound. Marshall’s success in addressing those needs sealed the Lord of Loud’s legacy and forever changed the world of guitars and music.

In the early 1960s, after deciding to build handwired amps that rivaled Fender’s current stock, Marshall and his two closest cohorts—Ken Bran, a shop repairman, and Dudley Craven, an 18-year-old apprentice—began building Fender amp clones that used 5881 power tubes. Other small changes included Celestion 15-watt speakers compared to Fender’s preference for Jensen 15-watt models. After working with higher-gain preamp tubes—like the ECC83—and learning how different filters and capacitors had a transformative impact on the tone, Marshall heard a sound he knew guitarists would crave. Thus was born the iconic JTM45—which got its initials from Marshall’s son Jim Terry Marshall. A few years later, Marshall switched to KT66 tubes to create the even louder 100-watt Super Lead 1959. In 1968, the company dialed back the decibels with the unveiling of a 50-watt, small-box head that would be called the JMP—an acronym for “Jim Marshall Products.

This example dates to 1970 and is an early exponent of the change to the bigger box and sounds superb.


Price:2,500.00
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Used Doctor Z Maz 38 Head and 2 x 12 Cab
Used Doctor Z Maz 38 Head and 2 x 12 Cab

Used Doctor Z Maz 38 Head and 2 x 12 Cab


Serial Number - v20561 12.11

Condition - Great

The Maz 38 is one of Dr Z’s most enduring designs. It is the perfect combination of sound and power. 4 EL84s with no negative feedback give you a wide pallet to work from. The 38 has enough clean headroom to make for a great pedal platform and gives up the goods for a great drive sound at reasonable levels. The 38 can satisfy many different styles and playing approaches. You are able to dial in mid 60s blackface sounds as well as UK flavored chime. The Dr. Z MAZ-38 is a truly versatile amp for the working or studio musician. Whether your forte’ is Blues, Country, Roots, or Rock, The MAZ 38 Senior will fit the bill.

The front panel features Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Reverb, Cut, and Master. The back panel features a 4,8, and 16 ohm speaker out. An effects loop and our EQ bypass function is also standard. The footswitchable EQ bypass gives a great lead boost which effectively makes the 38 a 2 channel amp. The 38 is powered by a quartet of cathode biased EL84s and a 5AR4 rectifier

Specifications

Power Output 38 Watts

Output Tubes 4 – EL84

Preamp Tubes 4 – 12AX7, 1 – 12AT7

Rectifier 1 – 5AR4

Controls Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Cut, Master Volume, Reverb

Other 4, 8, 16 Ohm

Effects loop

EQ Bypass (New variable boost footswitch included)

Configurations Head, 1×12 Studio Combo, 1×12 Ultra Lite Combo, 2×10 Ultra Lite Combo, 2×12 Combo

Colors Black

Dimensions & Weight

Head: 19” W, 9 3/4” H, 9 1/2” D; 35 lbs.

2×12 Combo: 27 1/2? W, 22 1/8? H, 10? D; 68 lbs
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Price:1,595.00
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Used Tone King Imperial US Voltage Version 1
Used Tone King Imperial US Voltage Version 1

Used Tone King Imperial US Voltage Version 1

Serial Number - 200-22L

Condition - Excellent

First introduced in 1993, the Imperial has become a proven favorite of guitarists seeking authentic vintage tone. Utilizing all-tube circuitry, traditional spring reverb, and a specially voiced, highly resonant cabinet, the Imperial captures the true experience of playing a well-worn vintage amplifier - both in tone and feel.

Think a reliable vintage deluxe Reverb, then add Mark Knopfler.

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Price:1,850.00
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Used Fender Vibrasonic Brown Face 1X15JBL 1962 UK Voltage
Used Fender Vibrasonic Brown Face 1X15JBL 1962 UK Voltage

Used Fender Vibrasonic Brown Face 1X15JBL 1962 UK Voltage

Serial Number - 00745

Condition - Good

Rare "Brownface" Vibrasonic Amp in great condition. Actually the Vibrasonic Amp is based on the popular "Pro-Amp" except with a 15" JBL Speaker instead. Sounds great = King of clean, the Vibrasonic was Fenders "top of the line" amplifier back then, until Fender released the "Showman" in 1961.

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Price:2,495.00
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Used Fender Concert Amp 4x10
Used Fender Concert Amp 4x10" Jensen Blackface Cream Tolex

Used Fender Concert Amp 4x10" Jensen Blackface Cream Tolex

Serial Number - 63043

Condition - Good

This early Fender black face Concert is in good overall condition. Introduced in 1960 and only made for 5 years the Concert is a two-channel amp, 40watts, and 4x10 configuration. A fantastic amp at a new "boutique" price.

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