Marshall 1959SLP Vintage
- Technology: Valve
- Power: 100 watts
- Channels: 2
- EQ: Bass / mids / treble / presence
- Inserts: Series
- Pre Amp Valves: 3 x 12AX7
- Power Amp Valves: 4 x EL34
- Impedance: 4/8/16 ohms
- Dimensions: 75 x 31 x 21,5
- Weight: 20,5 kg
- Country of Origin: Made in England
- Vintage Series 2-Channel 100-watt Guitar Amp Head with True Bypass Series FX Loop
Marshall 1959SLP Vintage · Guitar Amp Head
100 Watt valve head. Townshed, Clapton, and Hendrix all played the Marshall 1959 Plexi head amplifier.
THIS IS IT! The Marshall 1959SLP 100 Watt Super Lead Plexiglas head of the late ´60s/early ´70s, as used by countless classic bands, re-issued in all its glory. The 1959SLP has been in production since the late sixties but with various electrical and cosmetic changes happening along the way. The models produced in the late 1960s/early 1970s however, were the ones that most tone gurus regarded as the finest examples.
After much searching Marshall managed to track down two amps from this period that were the finest they´d heard, packed with all the tone and rich velvet overdrive. Marshall gave these two tone monsters to our guitar-playing R&D experts and left them to create a re-issue that was so authentic that they couldn´t tell the difference.
- Marshall Plexi tone in an all-tube 100-watt head amplifier
- A reissue so good it is considered identical
- All-tube featuring 4 x EL34 power and 3 x 12AX7 preampf tubes
- Defeatable effects loop
- Bass, Middle, Treble, Presence controls
Marshall began manufacturing amps for the emerging rock scene in the early 60s and the Amps of that time as well as later Amps have gained themselves a Cult position. Old originals are rare and usually expensive so Marshall decided to reissue some of its classics. These may be recognized by their legendary names such as MR1959, MR1987, JTM45, MR2203, MR 1962 etc.
Guitar Amp Head · Marshall 1959SLP Vintage
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