Seeking tube suggestions (2204) 50watt Marshall JCM800

Seeking tube suggestions (2204) 50watt Marshall JCM800

Some work well with high-output style humbucking pickups, others really come alive with PAF i. In addition, there are some notable models that the potential buyer should be made aware of that may not be as solid or good sounding as another particular amp from the same series. Models have of course changed much through the years and while the well-known rock recordings seem to always get all the great Marshall tones, it can sometimes feel somewhat elusive for the person who has saved their money and gone out to get their first Marshall and then perhaps felt some disappointment by not hearing or obtaining all the sounds they expected. I know this all too well because I was once in this category. In any event, when I did purchase my first Marshall in a brand new watt channel switching JCM watt head , while it sounded o. It took years to full understand and grasp why, but to make a long story short, this guitar player friend of mine had factored in all the appropriate ingredients to his sound. He knew and understood that the amplifier itself was only part of the equation.

1981 Marshall JCM 800 2204 50 Watt 1st Year Black, Very Good, $1,699.00

While the age of an amp has no bearing on how good or bad it sounds, it can have an impact on the selling or purchase price of a Marshall rig. Using the information in this section, you can attempt to dial in the possible dates of manufacture more closely than by sheer estimation alone. Does it have a bar code?

Vintage Marshall JCM Lead Series 50W Amplifier This cracker from is a 50W Super Lead head which just screams Marshall tone! Serial Number: W

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Dating a Marshall cab

Sat Apr 05, 2: Sun Jan 30, 5: I don’t see how a tube can be tested at say, plate volts with bias setting and run a lower bias number at plate volts and bias setting.

The JCM/ case is equipped with 4 recessed butterfly latches to secure the cover to the tray and four 4″ swivel casters are included, two of which are locking style. The casters mount to a .

Even so, back in , when the series first hit the market, the JCM represented, for many Marshall fans, the departure of the old way of doing things — the end of an era, essentially. In truth, it was a natural evolution. As good as the amps that descended from the classic plexi template already sounded, plenty of players were looking for a hotter front end from them, and some control over the output level, too.

The new line quickly proved perfect for the mega-crunch stadium rock of the era, and became a near-instant classic in the process. For all the JCM s out there still doing great service in their various guises, this Lead Series watter in red stands as a worthy ambassador, and a good representative of the development of the big-boy lead model.

Along with the JCM designation came a new and somewhat more contemporary look. Instead of sitting in a cutout in the fascia, as on the older amps, the control panel ran the full width of the head, and the fascia itself was covered in grillecloth rather than the same vinyl as the rest of the head shell. Plug into Low, and your guitar signal runs straight to the so-called Pre-Amp Volume control via a simple network of capacitors and resistors, then into the second half of the preamp tube.

Jack into High, on the other hand, and you go straight into the first half of that same ECC83, and are then routed via a switch in the Low input jack which, when nothing is plugged into it, shunts the signal onward for the journey described in the low-gain path, via the second gain stage and so on. In other words, High stacks an additional gain stage in front of the Low a.

The gain stage brought in via the High Sensitivity input, on the other hand, reintroduced much of the classic Marshall preamp topology, just more of it, with the big. Another oft-grumbled-about feature of these amps as distributed in North America at this time is their use of output tubes rather than EL34s.

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Randall G s No model number, just a Fender serial number. Crimm the peavey customer service guy will tell you the date Results of Used approximately 3 times since that date so it is in great condition. The amp is capable of lovely clean classic 50 style tones, through to crunchy and. The print date on the owners manual is see photos for the serial number.

Apr 17,  · So, either the back panel and serial # are fake (which means it’s not an ’83 JCM w) or the serial coding is incorrect (meaning S/A could be a watt model even though it should be “S/L” for the w).

Amplifier Features , Amplifiers , , , Dual Super Lead , handwired , jcm , jcm , jcm , jmp , marshall , metal panel , shopper’s guide , silver jubilee David Szabados We love our Marshall amps! Ultimately though — use your own ears and compare. This arrangement continues today. The mark to the aluminum metal panel Marshalls also marks a significant reduction in comparative value between them and the earlier plexi-paneled Marshalls, though basically by late into early , the circuit was essentially the same.

Again, the additional gain from these amplifiers make them desirable for hard rock applications, but the distortion of course still came from both the preamp and power amp stages, creating a rich tone full of warm tube harmonics and of course a wonderful dynamic sense. Plate voltages were reduced during this early metal panel era, resulting in a circuit that was somewhat easier on the power tubes. These amplifiers are also noted for being slightly brighter in tone then plexi amplifiers, making them sonically more aggressive.

This is the opposite case with the first plexi Marshalls which are really tuned to favor PAF-style humbucking pickups that are more tonally balanced. In , the Marshalls made for export to the U. General consensus is that the EL equipped Marshalls were and are thought of more highly, with the added headroom of the not being as desired in the non-master volume Marshalls of the day.

One debate regarding the shift from handwired turret board to PCB circuits is what, if any, effect was made to the tone of the amps.

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Links to other Marshall sites. In these early years the amps, their features and especially the cosmetics varied a lot. Early saw the introduction of models and These were the first Marshall combos. It was built from up to

in production beginning with the PUB-7/11 Serial Numbers listed below: The CPU, Motor, Solenoid, and Sensor Board referenced on Page 1 will use a Hirose DF3 connector. The DF3.

January 19, The guitar in question is a great looker and should be well built, but the single hummer and high price put me off kinda quickly. Schecters of that era were built in small numbers as production guitars, kits individual parts , or custom jobs – the Evilbay example was probably a custom job with parts made in Texas. The USA Schecters I have owned all seemed to be well built and used primo woods and parts, but have very poor resale apart from the Townsend PT’s and Saturns or some of the mid-late 90’s stuff that was super expensive to start with but equally awesome in quality and build.

Both the ’90’s California and earlier Texas made stuff has zero to do with the current Schecter company that has made a killing on their offshore stuff, but the real early stuff was from California and that is where Tom A was involved. They were sorta the Warmoth of their day with lots of natural and oil-finished exotic wood bodies and necks and brass everything, but using super high-grade woods and super workmanship.

Plus you could just pick your next guitar from a rack of parts and get to buildin’!. I have a Koa bodied ’80’s custom with a single Hum and a fulcrum Kahler, as well as 2 mid ’90’s numbers and they are all great, inexpensive USA bolt-on’s that compliment the undervalued Hamers very well. If the pickup or price configuration doesn’t put you off though, BluesKing, I say jump. Z Share this post.

Marshall JCM800 4104 Combo version of the 2204

The guy who sold it to me on craigslist was nice enough to order replacement handles as part of the deal, and I was looking forward to installing them for the past few weeks. Finally, today I went over to my father-in-law’s shop and made it happen. Marshall has been using plastic side handles on these cabs as a matter of routine for years and years.

Speaking of eras, did you know that the difference between JCM , , and is simply the decade of manufacture? In other words, the JCM ‘s are from the 80’s, JCM ‘s are from the 90’s, etc.

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