Well… The heads at Marshall worked with the volume on 11 to find a solution. They used the #1959 and the #1987 as a base, removed the normal channel and added a pre-phase inverter master volume on it, so it was possible to have the pre-amp saturation at lower volumes. N = 1981 R = 1983 But it also had the characteristic smoothness of the tube rectifier. K = 1978 The result was, as you expected, more agressive amps. You did such a wonderful job on the various heads, now what do you say to doing one on the cabinets and speakers and the wiring? MODEL LIST. T/ or T/A Tremolo â 50 Watt, Date Code Year Marshall Amplification Amplifier User Manuals Download ManualsLib has more than 374 Marshall Amplification Amplifier manuals Click on an alphabet below to see the full list of models starting with … Marshall Amplification — Nobody Stacks Up Better The Evolution of Marshall Amplifiers began with Jim Marshall's first music store in 1962 in Hanwell, London. Try to look for the ones with theÂ same circuits as the heads mentioned above. The amp was desired by every musician that rentedÂ it. And for that sake, those five amp styles available from the physical knob – what are they based on? Also, the serial numbers started to be printed on the front panel, close to the switches. MV or non-MV? I’m not sure what recordings this amp was responsible for. Although models 1959 and 1987 had been in production since 1965 and the 2203 and 2204 had been in production since 1975, they were redesigned and introduced as JCM800 amplifiers … Another example of this amp can be heard on AC/DC’s Ballbreaker album. The power section has four KT88 tubes. Marshall JCM800 50wÂ 1×12 comboÂ #4010Â (2204 circuit). The site is still in beta, some functions might not be fully implemented and a lot of things require polishing, but the basic functionality of creating and sharing Marshall … These amps also CAN NOT TAKE ANY KIND OF BOOST OR OVERDRIVE. Another player that acquired some of those was Eric Clapton, who used them to tourÂ with Cream. Marshall currently produces a number of amplifiers, which are a mix of modern designs and vintage reissues. I can’t really tell.Â It got worse? 161 — 4x12 5153 4047 G — 4x12 EVH 5150 III … There also … And on late-1976 or early-1977Â the magic happened…Â It was an instant success! All the models mentioned above are still being produced here. In 1980 , Marshall started using a bigger logo. So, if you find one for a good price, grab it. Example of the “block letter style” of a non-MV amp, Example of the “handwriting letterÂ style”Â of a 2203/ 2204. You can also look at the back. ), (NOTE – I did some updates at the 2203/ 2204 section of the article ~JaiminhoPagina). The flagship amplifier, the 'Number One', had 23 orders on its first day in production--and the rest, as they say, is history. This one was not a pleasantÂ change and the result was a much more grainy and thin-sounding toneÂ as they were turned up. After receiving many complains,Â they decided to put a Master Volume on their amps. Marshall JCM800 Super LeadÂ #1959 (non-MV). All of you AC/DC gearheads (myself included! This is a really underrated amp. Pete TownshendÂ andÂ John EntwistleÂ of The Who needed amps that could overpower the noisy and energetic crowds. The name?Â It wasÂ calledÂ Marshall Super Lead 100w #1959 (Although they still didn’t have the “JMP” mark on the front, In my view, this amps are already into the JMP territory, because they have all of the JMP characteristics). This early “Plexi” versions (up to 1968) are really articulate and have a real nice “roar”. XD). And now, we are oficially into the JMP era. If you thought a Marshall Super Lead was already too loud. Malcolm Young said his favourite amp is an old Super Bass amp, probablyÂ from this period tooÂ (it could be an early Metal-Face as well). ), SIR studios switched amps, and Slash ended up “renting” #36 instead: a late 70’s JMP, also modified like #39Â (He didn’t notice the difference?). The model will be written there. The JTM50 now definetly turned into the JMP incarnation of the 1987 model, althoughÂ the “formal” name ramained the same. Around mid-1979 there was another minor circuit change. It was a disaster: After 14 years selling non-MV amps, always relying on the power amp saturation, Marshall, the company that made the best RnR amps in the world suddenly had an amp with “no enough gain?”. Definetly not. Only the 2204 (50w) suffered from the lack of gain at low volumes. An important note is that, by 1968, there were some changes on the circuits that made the amps more aggressive. Great article. The two extra jacks that appear on this head are actually STOCK! *Other product names mentioned in this page are trademarks of their respective companies that are not endorsed, associated, or affiliated with Positive Grid. ð. The JCM800 series (Models 2203, 2204, 2205 and 2210) is a line of guitar amplifiers made by Marshall Amplification.The series was introduced in 1981. Did some searching and didn’t really find a compiled list so I created one. But many guitarrists also decided to try those and they found out that they could get really interesting tones with them. This means there were other models. Inspired by. I’llÂ write downÂ the most important ones and what they mean. So keep your eyes open for those as well. Roland JC120. This updated version of the Plexi continued Marshall… Its nicknamed “Smoke On The Water Effect”. G = 1975 InÂ 1976, AC/DC launched the international version of theÂ High Voltage album, wich actually was a mix of songs from the Australian High Voltage andÂ TNT. T = 1985 Iâll concentrate on âhow they soundâ, âhow they look likeâ and also âhow to tell them apartâ. This is my first article here at Solodallas.com. 1959/ 1987/ 1992/ 1986Â (non-MV): 4 inputs, 2 Volumes, Model of the amp written in block letters at the back. It was basically a copy of the 1959 Fender Bassman. The PA and Super PA heads were discontinued around 1975. There were many cosmetic changes on the first years until it finally got the “Classic Marshall Look”Â by 1964. A lastÂ important note: Avoid theÂ JCM800 2203 and 2204Â amps with “horizontal inputs” (made after 1986). There were Bass (50 watt), Super Bass (100 watt), Lead (50 watt), and Super Lead (100 watt) heads in addition to a range of p.a. The first amps had 5881 power tubes. And once that … Continue reading "Boss Katana sneaky amps and the original amps" While all those changes happened, new models started being developed to expand Marshall’s catalog.Â Here are some of them: The Marshall Bass 50w #1986 and the Marshall Super Bass 100wÂ #1992 appeared after the change to the EL-34 tubes. These amps weren’t much popular and were discontinued in 1973. There weren’t much changes afterwards. SP/ Super PA A larger headbox was also used.Â The result was the JTM-45/100 (JTM-100, for short).Â With more power tubes, the amp had more headroom, a tighter bass response and more definition. The different position of the inputs meant a change in the circuit. This is a photo of a JTM-45/100, but it’s the sameÂ headbox used for theÂ early Super Leads, I think you are all familiar with this amp. The Vintage Amp Room Bundle is based on vintage Marshall, Fender, and Vox amps. The Lead section sound like aÂ Lead circuit. 12ax7) pre-amp tubes andÂ a GZ34 rectifier tube. Here is some info about them: Prior to 1969, the amps don’t haveÂ serial numbers. Yes. It’s important to note thatÂ from 1972 onwards, Marshall ampsÂ that were shipped to America had 6550 power tubes, because american dealers said EL-34s were breaking too much often inside theÂ warranty time. So… ThisÂ is it.Â IÂ hope you liked this…. ItÂ changed music forever. Not a really good deal. The tubes are in good shape. A = 1969-70 Although Vox was still keeping pace at this time – the AC80/100 and AC100 had a user list far greater than Marshall’s, including such names as the Beatles, the Stones, Herman’s Hermits, the Hollies, the Pirates, the Move, Procul Harem … Compared to my DSL40c the 2104 sounds extremly “thinn” without any bottom end at all. The onlyÂ one that worth mentioning is the switch to PCB style assembly on late-1973. Some really great amps (I may not have names right): Hamiltone six string slinger, dumble sss, two rock silver sterling signiture, two rock classic clean, two rock akoya, two rock ts1, standel 25L15, ’59 fender baseman, vintage blackface fender super reverb, ’58 fender twin, carr skylark, carr mercury V. Please note the “Black Flag” JTM marking that was used at that time. YouÂ had a great overdriven tones at any volume (Of course, the louder it was, the better it would sound). Another good side here is that amps made after 1970 doesn’t have so much collectible valueÂ as the early “Plexi” amps. Download, create and share patches for all Marshall CODE amplifiers. These are probably the best oportunities to own a “Plexi style” circuit without spending a fortune (with some tweaks, they can be converted into the “smoother” late 60’s circuit). This is a confusing era, with lots of changes and new models. Well… Here we got to the end of the line. This is when the confusing model numbers started being used I believe. I have no clue either. Yes: On Van Halen’s debut album, a 100% stockÂ 1968Â Marshall Super Lead #1959Â was used.Â With a thing calledÂ variac, he was able to kind of “attenuate” the amp and obtain more gain. Fender 5E3 Deluxe. A notable user of these amps is a guy named Eddie. Â So, this means the U.S. export versions had 6550 tubes AND the two extra output jacks. TheseÂ amps had an extra 12ax7 tube for the “tremolo” effect. I will also try to give examples of where they were used.. One of the most confusing things concerning these vintage ampsÂ are theÂ model numbers. This plugin boasts the worlds largest collection of amps, with 203 models … If you want to hear this amp, listen to any Free live performance. So, I’ll try to explain it the best I can. W = 1988 U = 1986 “little” piece of Marshall’s history. E = 1973 I hope this can be useful to all of you who are interested in buying old Marshall amps. Front panel was also identical. Orange AD 30. ð. #1959 JMP Super Lead 100 Watt (1967-1981) #1959T JMP Super Lead Tremolo 100 Watt (1967-1973) #1964 JMP Lead & Bass 50 (1973) #1986 JMP Bass 50 Watt (1969-1973) #1987 JMP Lead 50 Watt … So, the only way to tell them apart (besides the modelÂ written on the back, and the number of power tubes)Â is by looking at the top. The 1990 Brit J-800 Amp Model is based on* a Marshall® JCM 800. You can end up buying something that is not what you expected or even something that is damaged or modded beyond repair. After many blownÂ tubes,Â they decided to try something really different this time: to cascade the pre-amp to get extra pre-amp saturation. Black Duo. (If so, what!?). It was the first Marshall with a solid state rectifier. Ah… Did I mention that Free used a lot of Marshall Super PAs on stage? Of course, it also hadÂ a unique and distinctive voice. But they are basically a JCM800 in the old headbox. This is why I called it “Rocker Switch Era”. Turn to this Amp Model to conjure up tones of the coveted JCM 800, one of Marshall's most universally acclaimed modern amps. But also, they still were faithful to the old non-MV circuits So, they almost alwaysÂ mixed them on stage. I don’t know. F = 1974 “horizontal input” JCM800 Master Volume. Y = 1990 The front panelÂ has “Presence”, “Bass”, “Middle” andÂ “Treble” controls, as well asÂ 2 volumes and 4 inputs. This is the reason why Marshalls of this early era (up to 1968)Â are known as “Plexis”. Yes and no. 160 — 4x12 5153 121 G — 4x12 EVH 5150 III cabinet, Royer 121, UltraRes (Cab Pack 14). S/ or S/A 50 Watt It had ECC83 (a.k.a. A note here is that the name “JCM800″ itself is, many times, related justÂ to the 2203/ 2204 models, but the JCM800 was a series. … I’mÂ not sureÂ ofÂ the year his amps were made, but something tells me that they are from around this period (1968 orÂ 1969) or maybeÂ from the earlyÂ Metal-Face years.Â Anyway… It’s said that his amps were modded to accept KT88 power tubes, boostingÂ their power to 200wÂ (and actually, he really told so on an interview in 1977), but the question is:Â When wasÂ it done? Note the 4 KT88 tubes. Turn it on and put your hand on the other end of the cables to produce sound. Free from the contract, Marshall decided to, again, renew the whole Marshall line. It could also work as a “Plexi-style circuit”, by keeping the Master on 10 and working with the pre-amp volume. Paul KossoffÂ was the man who really knew how to use these. Due to all the hypeÂ around the PCB, post-1973 MarshallsÂ are even more accessible to us. The only thing is: there were many parts left on stock and they had to use them! An example of a “mixed up” 1976 JMP:Â Notice theÂ old style headbox and, at the same time,Â the thicker binding, the bigger logoÂ and the rocker switches. So… what they used? Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin is well know for his use of a 1959Â Les Paul and Marshall Super Lead #1959 amps (Did you notice that both haveÂ 1959 on their name? They used the 2203/ 2204 Master Model heads extensively through the years. Then, this amp was used on theÂ rehearsal sessions of Guns ‘n’ Roses’ Appettite for Destruction album.Â Because of rumors that Slash was going to steal the amp (and legend saysÂ he did it! I just want to say hello to everyone, my 1st day and comment. The JTM-100, now with four EL-34s too,Â alsoÂ gained a proper 100w transformer. It was madeÂ as aÂ head and as a combo (known as the “Bluesbreaker” combo). :P) here at the Solodallas classic rock comunity want to know more about the Late 70’s JMPs, don’t you? It’s 200W of pure loudness. Another change (wich is not that important) is that now the 50w chassisÂ were put in the same bigger style headbox as the 100w. Related to the #1987 and the #1959 respectively, they were designed for bass players. C = 1971 The first JMP marked amps came out around late 1967, although, as you saw,Â all of them already had JMP characteristics. Does anyone know if this is the way a 2104 should sound? SIR studiosÂ declinedÂ all the offers they received for it. (Creepy, huh? Did it affect the tone? making these slightly more “modern” sounding amps. By mid-1977, they were over and only new parts were used. A/ or /A 200 Watt heads and later the 200 watt Marshall Major. The Bass section sounds like aÂ Bass circuit… duuuhhh ð. Eric Clapton used a JTM-45 comboÂ on the legendary Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton “Beano”Â album (Now you knowÂ why this amp was called “Bluesbreaker” :P) He used his Les Paul throughÂ the Normal Channel of the amp. Looks like it was that way from the factory. There were no new interesting “simple circuit” ampsÂ launched during this period. Some amps with JMP style will surface there and there during the 80’s too. AC/DC probably used Metal-Faces from this era to record High Voltage, TNT and Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, as well as live performances up to 1976 (Angus used to play his solos with the neck pickup a lot back then, probably because he coudn’t always play with his amps loud enough to get the desiredÂ overdrive). But Fil’s Metro is a reproduction of thisÂ very sameÂ amp, so you might beÂ familiar with it by now. (SoloDallas’ note: it is with pleasure that I introduce to you our already very well known friend AndrÃ¨, aka Â Jaiminho Pagina: he’s now a contributor of SoloDallas.net! Fender Twin Reverb. In this article, Iâll try to cover the more âdesirableâ Marshall amps that were built since 1962 up to the JCM800 series, wich most consider to be the âlastâ great Marshalls produced (That until Marshall released the Vintage Modern series. The sound of this amplifier is “creamy” and “warm”. Director Ring Maestro Ring Modulator GOP organizer Overloud custom Harmonizer Overloud custom Octaver Overloud custom Pitch Shift Overloud custom Wham-me Overloud custom AQTX Spring Rev Accutronics spring D-Reverb Overloud custom Hall Rev Overloud Breverb EFFECTS PICTURE NAME MODELED … In 1965, the plexiglass faceplatesÂ were introduced. ð. By late 1966 – early 1967, Marshall stopped using the GZ34 tube rectifier in all the modelsÂ and started usingÂ a solid state rectifier instead. This amp is basically the 50w version of the Super Lead, so the sound is really similar to it’s “big brother”. Before starting, I must warn you that acquiring vintage gear can be really risky. If it has a top vent, then it’s a 100w.Â If it doesn’t, it’s aÂ 50w. Altough I dial the Bass to 10 it still lacks huge amounts of bass to my ears. D = 1972 If you donât have much experience (myself included, to be honest :P), I recommend asking help from the members here of the community. The closest thing to what most regard as "The Plexi" (Marshall Super Lead 1959) Would be either the British Lead S100 that models and early (pre 1966) 1959 JTM100 Super Lead (Which uses KT66 Power Tubes instead of EL34s), or the JH Gold that models … The “simple circuit” JCM800s are, in my view, still quite interesting amps. All Rights Reserved. Canadian version of a late 70’s non-MV JMP, [Thanks to KyleSG for the information ð ], While the sales of the non-MV volume amps continued steady and well, Marshall faced a serious problem with their new product: Most people didn’t like their Master Model amps (this refers only to the 2204) because there was no enough gain at lower volumes. Silver 120. Sometimes referred to as the Bluesbreaker’s little brothers, they used much smaller EL84 power tubes. Blackmore’s amps had extra power tubes, making it even more powerful, as well as extra gain stages. V = 1987 No pun intended), the “Marshall” logo was bigger and there was a thickerÂ white binding on the corners, as well as under the logo. This amp is more suited for blues players, with a smoother sound. These are just a few of the thousands of codes that Marshall came up with forÂ their amps. They were changed to KT66 shortly after. SB/ or SB/A Super Bass â 100 Watt The Marshall Major 200w has aÂ different circuit than its “little brothers”: the pre-ampÂ has two ECC83s, but the thirdÂ tube (the “driver tube”)Â is anÂ ECC82 (a.k.a. Ritchie Blackmore was a famous user of the Major,Â but they were heavily modded at theÂ Marshall factory (as said in an interview) and later by a man called John Dawk. They wereÂ a bit smoother and had a tad less gain than their Lead counter-parts. No other company has produced so many great sounding, well built and reliable amps. The nasal and overdriven tone is unmistakable. Specifically intended to be used in mixes in the box. Post a link of the desired amp on the âEbay Watch Postâ, so we can help analyzing it. They are simply extra outputs. So, I got kinda curious about all those ‘sneaky amps’ that is “hidden” within the Boss Katana guitar amplifier. Combo versions, are, again, really interesting. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. On a side note, a faultyÂ Marshall Super LeadÂ #1959T was modified by Tim Caswell (he used the extra 12ax7 as anotherÂ gain stage on the pre-amp), and it became the legendary #39 of SIR studios in California, USA. So, always keep your eyes open for âfishyâ deals, look for information, and always ask for high definition photos (especially from the interior of the amps – the circuit, the tubes and transformers) to make sure everything is right. [Warning: lame joke coming up!] It was mostly a cosmetic change. Both amps never were seen again. http://www.marshallforum.com/marshall-amps/23862-jmp-2203-speaker-outs.html, The guy here states that the U.S. variants Early version of the JMP Master ModelÂ #2204 (no top vent =Â 50w), 1979Â Marshall JMPÂ Super Bass 100w #1992, So… Here we are. These pages are dedicated to the greatest amplifiers ever made. Just got myself a JMP 2104 from early 80’s. Z = 1991-92, http://www.superiormusic.com/page024.html, http://www.legendarytones.com/marshallshoppers1.html, http://www.legendarytones.com/marshallshoppers2.html, http://www.legendarytones.com/claptonearly1.html. Marshall Super Tremolo. Roland, Fender, Orange, Matchless, Vox, Gretsch, Dr.Z, Fuchs, Dumble, Hiwatt, Laney, Divided by 13, Paul Reed Smith, Guyatone, Peavy, Engl, Diezel, Randall,Framus, Teisco, Two Rock, Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Bogner, Soldano, EVH, H&K, Friedman, Ampeg, Markbass, Acoustic, Gallien-Krueger, Sunn, Eden, Trace Elliot and Aguilar are trademarks or trade names of other manufacturers and were used merely to identify products. The JTM-45 was now called Marshall Lead 50w #1987. All of them are useable. But wait a minute… The old non-MVÂ were still being made with the new cosmetics? The name of the amps was alsoÂ changed. This amp had a more edgy sound than the JTM-45, due to the EL-34s. M = 1980 They are easy to tell apart because the two extra knobs (“speed” and “intensity”)Â on the front panel. TheÂ panelÂ of this modelÂ had only 2 inputs, standard eq section , aÂ Pre-Amp and a Master Volume knobs.Â They called it Marshall Master Model 100w Lead #2203 and Marshall Master Model 50wÂ LeadÂ #2204.Â Did it work? If you get sound from both, you have a non-cascaded circuit. Marshall then “hot-rodded”Â the JTM-45Â using four KT66 and two 50wÂ output transformers to handle the extra wattage. For that reason, these amps are less expensive and are a really great deal (if in good condition, of course). UPDATE: It seems that the early versions of the 2203 (100w – with the old cosmetics) already had the cascaded pre-amp. So… How does it sound like? 12au7). When I listen to the Free Live! HD Model Pack Models Small Tweed - Fender ® Champ Jazz Rivet - Roland® JC-120 PV Panama - Peavey® 5150Â® (Block logo) SVT Brt - Ampeg® SVT® Bright Ch. AD Clean. ð. This change didn’t affect the tone directly.Â What happened is that there were more changes in the components and the amps became even more aggressive: they were brighter and had aÂ more drive than before. LargerÂ logo used from 1980 – 1981 (And serial on the front panel). RI Reissue Series For this reason, this amp is known today as the JTM-50. In 1989, the JCM800 line was over, and the high gain JCM900 era begun. Included … This is one of the reasons why the Major was discontinued in 1974. ð The transitition from the JTM to the JMP amps happened, in my view,Â withÂ three steps. They started using rocker style switchesÂ instead of the old toggle switches (yes. Or could there be something wrong with it? Well… I’ll do my best to let you satisfied! Interestingly,Â the amps for the Canadian market kept the EL-34 tubes and the old toggle switches. So… Marshall had to come up with something to solve this problem…. The first Marshall ever made. 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