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Marshall JTM45 and 1960TV Tube Guitar Half Stack
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Marshall JTM45 Amp HeadA lovingly created reproduction of Jim Marshall's first amplifier. Now the classic JTM45 is accessible to all who enjoy its gl...Read More
Marshall JTM45 Amp Head
A lovingly created reproduction of Jim Marshall's first amplifier. Now the classic JTM45 is accessible to all who enjoy its glassy, clean tone and fluid, warm sustain.
By including GZ34 valve rectification, as found in the original, Marshall has ensured a faithful recreation of the JTM45's glorious sound. The GZ34 rectifier valve interacts with the rest of the valves causing subtle harmonics to shift and smolder beneath every note you play.
Marshall 1960TV Cabinet
Has an angled front; four 12" Greenback speakers; and a warmer, thicker sound than the 1960A. This 100W, mono, 16-ohm cabinet is 3 inches taller than a standard 1960A 4x12 cabinet which results in well defined mid range and a lowered resonant frequency for more prominent lows. The 25W Greenbacks are less in your face than the 75W Celestions in the 1960A. Although not a reissue--it was never offered in the past--this cab recreates the classic look and tones of yesteryear.
A rig powered by Jim Marshall's original head design!
- 30W head
- Clean tone
- Warm sustain
- Classic design
- Angled front
- Four 12" 25W Greenback speakers for warmer, thicker sound than the 1960A
- Original grille cloth
Get the sound that launched a thousand rock hits! Order with the protection of our 45-day lowest price and total satisfaction guarantees!
JTM45 and 1960TV Tube Guitar Half Stack
- Marshall JTM45 Amp Head
- Output (RMS): 30 watts
- Preamp valves: 3 x ECC83
- Power amp valves: 2 x 5881
- GZ34 valve rectifier
- 3-band EQ
- Presence control
- 26"W x 10-1/4"H x 8"D
- 32 lbs.
- Marshall 1960TV Cabinet
- Handles 100W
- 16 ohms
- 29-3/5"W x 35-1/2"H x 14-4/5"D
- 97 lbs.
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Professional Recording
Comments about Marshall JTM45 and 1960TV Tube Guitar Half Stack:
If you want the Marshall sound and are not afraid to move around a 4x12 cabinet, you need this. Beautful clean to the classic growl. I suggest using a guitar with humbuckers (single coils will not get you the goodies) unless you use pedals. No complaints from me with a Les Paul.