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Author:  stratoblaster [ Fri Sep 23, 2005 11:36 am ]
Post subject:  Marshall Amp

any thoughts on how to approach a 350 and a JCM800 50 watt?

Author:  combo800 [ Fri Sep 23, 2005 1:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Marshall Amp

Approach them... on foot?

Author:  MPN [ Fri Sep 23, 2005 2:01 pm ]
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and bwee vwarry, vwarry, quiiiiiiet . . . Shuuuuuuush ! ! !

Author:  Brewski [ Fri Sep 23, 2005 3:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Marshall Amp

Just walk right past it, and plug into the Orange AD30 towering over it :)

Author:  eggman [ Sat Sep 24, 2005 11:08 pm ]
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Howdy,

Boy, would I relish the chance to plug my 360-6 into a PTP Marshall Bluesbreaker Combo! I've never had the chance to plug into a low-medium powered Marshall and really TURN IT UP.
Marshall's legendary "Rock" sound is had by overdriving those EL 34 or 84's through thier AlniCo speakers. Someday..
Eggman

Author:  camel [ Sat Sep 24, 2005 11:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Marshall Amp

treble: 5 o'clock
bass: 1 o'clock
mids: 4 o'clock

gain to taste

(Ric turned full on, riding the 5th knob)

Plug straight in.

Author:  milnersXcoupe [ Sat Nov 05, 2005 10:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Marshall Amp

Quote:
Howdy,

"Boy, would I relish the chance to plug my 360-6 into a PTP Marshall Bluesbreaker Combo! I've never had the chance to plug into a low-medium powered Marshall and really TURN IT UP.
Marshall's legendary "Rock" sound is had by overdriving those EL 34 or 84's through thier AlniCo speakers. Someday.."
Eggman
The Sound you're seeking was usually created in the Studio using nothing more than a Tweed FENDER Champ or Tweed DeLuxe and a Big Muff.

My MARSHALL 50 Combo BluesBreaker > around 1997 Vintage
is Clean when WOT [wide open throttle], as is my ORANGE reverb twin 50 watt circa. 1977

Best over the counter AMP for expressive content I've found is the last year SOUND CITY SMF 120 master volume with the 4x10 SC cabinet.

You can BUILD you're own TWEED from kits for under $200.00:

go here and read up:

http://telecaster.com/viewtopic.php?t=40136

Tweed DeLuxe > Champs > early Bandmasters > Weber Speakers >
5 watt 'Boutique' Amps [which is probably what you should look into for that 'Sound'] are all covered > as are VICTORIA mega cost amps.



Author:  StuartH [ Sun Nov 06, 2005 11:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Marshall Amp

Quote:
Howdy,

Boy, would I relish the chance to plug my 360-6 into a PTP Marshall Bluesbreaker Combo! I've never had the chance to plug into a low-medium powered Marshall and really TURN IT UP.
Marshall's legendary "Rock" sound is had by overdriving those EL 34 or 84's through thier AlniCo speakers. Someday..
Eggman
My 360/12V64 is just wonderful through a Marshall PA20, yes I said PA (bought 1973 when I was the bass player in an otherwise-acoustic group) and a homemade cab containing a Celestion 12" (even older). Patch one channel to the other, Tone1=0, Tone2=10, Vol1=Vol2=anything from 2 to 10 depending on room size.

70s Watts were bigger than the Watts they make today...

Author:  KennyHowes [ Mon Nov 07, 2005 3:44 am ]
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Rickenbackers and Marshalls. Mmmm, Smithereens.

Author:  TonyCarey [ Mon Nov 07, 2005 4:07 am ]
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Rickenbackers and Marshalls. Mmmm, The Rampant Carnivores...

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