Comes with power chord and user manual. There is a transitional model with the old box, and the new guts right about then. Well this is a 50W master volume, two input Plexi, basically. Isn't that exactly the cusp? However, I have never used it. God, I always hate those rocker switches. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the by clicking the link above. Trying to find a fair selling price for your vintage guitar? It's the normal old big ugly why are the 50s so big now 50.
Most of these items are no longer for sale. As I recall, they got really ugly the week after that. Let me know what you guys think. Do not post comments here asking to buy the item! Please don't call, contact, bother or harass these sellers long after their post is expired. You must click thru to the original Craigslist postings. Looks like the early master model to me. Looking for a Vintage guitar or amp? Purists will probably tell you to re-wire it and do away with the master volume and add a second set of inputs.
. The clips on this ebay add at the bottom will demonstrate the amp well. I don't know if that is a good or bad thing. The head box is a late mid 70's the chasis is a 76-81 style. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. At this time I belive their tone had developed into something brighter and more modern and away from those late '60s original Plexis.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Tech experts from Seymour Duncan are regularly on this forum, and are clearly labeled as employees of Seymour Duncan. They are here to help. I bought it planning to use it along with a power amp and cabinet, but since then I have decided to abandon the rack idea and go for something different, so this amp is up for sale. Mention that to the seller.
Just enjoy looking at cool, funky, unusual guitars? I see what you mean, the piping is gold, looks tiny even enlarged here. Hey there, this is my first post and I've been lingering around on these forums for some time checkin out stuff. Marshall was in transition and in 75-76 they had all sorts of things leaving the factory. If you don't want someone to buy it before you do, don't post a link to the ad, just post the pics. I am not the original owner. I like them fine, but I'd have someone bias it it's well beyond the date of 6550 and check out the filter caps before deciding. All are welcome, from seasoned pros to absolute beginners.
I just want some opinions on a specific amp. Very old,works great,price firm,come try it out. So it mmight be ok. Well this is the blog for you. There's a site somewhere - let's see if I can find it - where every upgrade if the word is appropriate for changing an amp tonally away from that coveted, classic tone is looked upon in detail and back-mods are listed, should one want to attempt something of that kind. I'm a huge fan of Chinese 34s myself. They might be a lash up or legit.
It's not cheap to bench an amp, and replace filter caps. Here are some pictures: Thanks for looking. I've been lookin at tube amps and this one seems pretty cool, however I don't know much about them. If it's got no issues buy it if you like the sound. The master volume can be a positive or a negative, depending on how you look at it. . .
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