A rig that I am finally proud of.

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jmplexi
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A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby jmplexi » Tue Dec 21, 2010 10:52 pm

Here is some pics of my stuff.

I also have a laney VC15 1x10 combo which is a fantastic sounding amp. Sounds very big for its small size.
Its just in case I don't wanna take the Marshall.

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Re: A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby M2k » Thu Dec 23, 2010 12:17 pm

Nice Marshalls what type of Plexi is the on the top?
s_m_g wrote:Can someone translate this thread to guitar so I can understand what the hell you're all talking about?

I had Octoban once, it was kind of like calamari but a bit chewier.

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Re: A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby raz311 » Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:46 pm

Duh, it's a Marsnall, just look at the logo :smt002
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Re: A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby jmplexi » Thu Dec 23, 2010 2:29 pm

M2k wrote:Nice Marshalls what type of Plexi is the on the top?


Its a made in 1969 50w JMP.

This is the story of how I aquired it. I was very lucky.

I bought that about 18 years ago from a guy that was giving me lessons.
I gave up after about 8 months because I wasn't as good as clapton, hahaha.

He offered it to me after he bought a new amp and I got it for about 50 pounds. I had no idea what I had bought.

14 years later I decided I wanted to learn again, bought myself a guitar and a practice amp and bashed away.
I thought back to this marshall that I had left in the UK when I moved to Australia. I asked my brother to take some pictures and I did a little reasearch and low and behold I found out that I had scored a very sought after little amp.

I finally got my hands on it again about 4 months ago. It survived the trip from the UK, I got a local amp tech to look over it for me before I plugged it in.

He had to replace the original power lead input with a more modern one(my brother lost the original power lead), replace the pre amp tubes, clean up all the pots, replace a couple of the knobs and thats about it.
It has a UK made Mullard EL34 in one socket and a Phillips made EL34 in the other. The tech seems to think the Mullard could be the one it shipped with in 1969 and the Phillips tube would also be quite old. They are running at about 90% and they are well matched so he did not change them.

It has a master volume mod and some XLR speaker outs in the back, apart from that it is original.

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Re: A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby zao » Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:49 am

very nice
current amps:
Bogner Uberschall rev. blue
Marshall slash 2555sl
splawn nitro kt88
Diezel herbert
Mesa Mark IV

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Re: A rig that I am finally proud of.

Postby jmplexi » Tue Jun 21, 2011 9:11 pm

Just thought I would post an updated picture of my gear.

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