Review: Marshall JTM1C + JMP1C
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Marshall Amplification celebrate their 50th anniversary this year. To honour the occasion the company is releasing five small anniversary models, produced in limited numbers. Each model of these one-Watt all-valve heads and combos has been designed to represent one era in Marshall-history, both in looks and in sound.
Kitarablogi.com had the pleasure to review the Sixties and Seventies combos – the JTM1C and JMP1C.
The JTM1C-combo (current street price in Finland approximately 700 €) nails the look of early JTM-models perfectly. Just like the famous Bluesbreaker-combo, the JTM1C sports a golden nameplate with the old-style block lettering and the famous salt-and-pepper grille cloth of yore.
Valve purists will be delighted at the sight of just one volume- and one tone-control – nothing stands in the way of pure tone.
Even though the anniversary models aren’t wired point-to-point in the vintage style, the electronic…
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Posted on February 18, 2013, in guitar amps, guitar combos and tagged guitar amp, guitar combo, JMP1C, JTM1C, Marshall. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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