In your opinion, what is the greatest amp Marshall has ever put out?
That's a lovely rig!!My Mojave have the power dampening wich makes it lot more versatile and it does'nt suck to much tone. I have also a good improvement with the Scumback speakers. They are very tridimentional an vintage tone. Sounds not bad at all!!
IS the 100 watt head you are talking about the non master volume point to point wired super lead? thanksfaracaster said:Mine would have to be the 72-73 big box 50 watters. Just something about those that are magic. Really great clean tone, that morphs into great solo sound.
I've had a 70' 100 watter for decades. Really nothing compares to the sheer power and great tone that that amp has. If you want to know where Hendrix was inpirsed to write and play such pieces as "Are You Experienced?" Just take a good vintage Strat. turn that old 100 watter all the way up through two old 4x12's and...hang on to your hat. But....other than in the studio, where can I play it? The last gig I took to was Halloween 1988 at the Bamboo club in Toronto. I had it buried in the corner of the stage, so the sound man wouldn't be on my back. I played my 59' Les Paul Jr. through it, no pedals, and the volume at about 8. SHEER SONIC NIRVANA !!!!!
Oh yes. All there was in the Marshall clan in those days was point to point. And several years from master volumes being introduced.gerald guerrero said:IS the 100 watt head you are talking about the non master volume point to point wired super lead? thanks