Show some of your Marshall Amps(stock or modded or Clones)

keys88

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The first amp I ever bought was a Marshall Valvestate back in the mid 90's. But several years ago I started trading stuff on craigslist just to try new things. Since then I've had a DSL50 and DSL100 head, DSL40 combo, a JCM800 head and cab, a JCM800 combo, a JVM410, and a Vintage Modern. I would keep an amp for a while (until I got the itch to try something new) and then put it up for sale/trade.

But a couple years ago I landed on a Bluesbreaker reissue and I’ve been happy ever since. Previous owner added a PPIV master volume and it sounds awesome.

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Brian Krashpad

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For a long time (after a short experiment with a more modern solid state head in the early aughts, which head I quickly sold), all my Marshalls were combo solid states from the '80s, eventually totaling four: Marshall 5002 20W solid state 80's 1x10; Marshall 5210 50W solid state 1x12 combo; Marshall 5275 75W solid state 1x12 combo; Marshall 5213 100W solid state 2x12. I eventually replaced the big 100W 2x12 Mos-Fet with a more manageable actual tube amp, a DSL 40C with a Creamback 75 12" speaker.

For about a week, I owned all five, so of course I had to take a ridiculous photo. The DSL is second from bottom. The bottom is the 2x12 that was sold.

 

TAT1991

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Metro JTM-45 kit in a Mather Cab w/ Celestion 20 watt greenbacks. Gold Lion KT-66’s, Mullard I61, Bugle Boys, and a Mullard GZ34. Love it! Also have a class 5 for jamming on in the bedroom.
 

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I am still blown away with the sounds I can get out of it. I love my Backstar which has a totally different sound but every time I come back to this Marshall.
I never really fully appreciated mine until after it was gone. It's definitely the one piece of gear I regret selling the most.
 

Baz1205

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I never really fully appreciated mine until after it was gone. It's definitely the one piece of gear I regret selling the most.
I bet, and my amp has aged way better than I have as well :lol:
 


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