Dont ever see many topics on the JTM 45THW

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  1. Rodney

    Rodney Active Member

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    Don't ever see many topics about the JTM 45 hardwired, must not be a popular amp I guess.
     
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  2. Kelia

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    Yes you're right !
    Maybe if Jimi would have used one
    for Wind Cries Mary , we would see more of it !
     
  3. BftGibson

    BftGibson Well-Known Member

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    The clone craze ate em up..
     
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    Biff Maloy Well-Known Member

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    If lack of discussion is the case lately it can only be for what else can there be said at this point. It is simply a legend.
     
  5. neikeel

    neikeel Well-Known Member

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    I wonder how many are sold?
    It seems that a lot of people who post here are into higher gain stuff, hence lots of DSL, Jube and JVM chat. The DSL 40 seems to be very popular and for good reason.
    I also suspect the HW is a well sorted amp with few technical issues, takes pedals well and has enough volume for most modern applications. On a personal level I am not going to buy things I can build myself to my own requirements, if needed, and my originals scratch the vintage itch.
     
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  6. Kelia

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    Agreed !.......I would also add that
    Classic Rock is not a tremolo thing!
     
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    you can do most if not all marshall sounds out of a jube, , I use mine as a 2 channel amp , I would never settle for 1 heavy gain sound -that's my red light zone , without red light, and I get a loverly quite clean 60's jtm sound ,that's starts to bite after 8 guitar volume and past that , still 60's but some anger/edginess creeping in , building up nicely to the red zone , should I chose it and I sometimes use my sonus wah, the jubilee amps have huge fiddle capacity, basically 3 volumes of different sorts , I have 2525c and 2555x both very fine amps and certainly on the top 10 marshall list in my opinion
     
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    Chris4189 Well-Known Member

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    Totally agree! I recently purchased a 2555x after years of thinking it was only a heavy metal amp and I swear there is all kinds of Marshall tones hiding in there! I find I can go from late 60’s tunes to Use Your Illusion with a 4x12 filled with pre rola Greenies and low wind PAF’s like Wizz or Throbak. It really reminds me of my old Metroplex
     
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    Kinkless Tetrode Well-Known Member

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    At its price point and the genres of music it is most suitable for it will be relatively low volume in terms of units sold. I think Marshall should make it though, because of what it represents.
     
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  10. JeepO'Caster

    JeepO'Caster New Member

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    Its going to be the next amp I buy!
     
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