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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by custom53, Mar 29, 2014.
Since you're a better player than me you can play the YJM and I'll grab the microphone
Damn, if only you didn't live so far away.
Well, you're still on earth so all hope is not lost
1979 2203 mark II
You guys did such a ballz on job of it, I actually gave it a listen TWICE! It is just hard to get that level of cooperation from 'everybody' in a band to pull off a quality sounding copy that actually follows note for note an established & complicated song like "I Don't Know"! (well, complicated guitar parts anyway) Plus, lots of people can sing Ozzy but your rather round buddy (hey I'm rather round myself so no offense) actually is able to muster a very similar vocal tonality that mimics him rather nicely. And he wasn't compelled to throw in a cheesey Brit accent either!
I'm guessing the audio recording was from the point of the video & not multiple mics mixed & added to the vid as your cab is pointed right at the camera & basically it's you & the drummer dominating on my computers little onboard speakers? You obviously spend your time actually learning songs note for note & enjoy yourself playing! Nice job brother. All that time, love & effort really shows & shines through. Keep doing it. Good things are bound to be waiting for you.
And if being too loud is an issue, it really is in our best interest to correct it while young, or at least as young as possible. Here's one reason why, there just reaches that point where you really can't teach that Old Dog new trick! Here's a real life case 'n point; I'm in a band right now with a 50 something year old dude who never has learned to play 'with' others & not over top of them. He's a great player but all he wants to do (needs to do) is hear himself. He is my friend & I love 'em like a brother but the fvcker still pisses me off bro. He just can't fit in the mix & be functional & happy with a balanced band volume. He really just never disciplined himself or learned how to balance his volume or recognize & understand that the volume he hears himself is a different & lower volume than how loud he actually is to others! That frankly is a PITA for everybody else. So let me tell ya true with the best of intention, if volume issues are at all true for you & your band, understand how important it is to break. Besides, Even iIf you aint 'that guy' who gets those complaints well, hopefully you'll be understanding about where I'm coming from anyway & I'll just say thanx fer listening to me put it out there with some sincerity. Regardless $#!t, you still got lots of talent & ability and your enthusiasm & love for the music really shines through and is a pleasure to see. I'm expecting big things from you.
Here's my personal JMP porn stash. Enjoy!
Here's an 'up skirt' look at that '78 2204 chassis because you can't see $#!t looking at the front of a JMP Combo Amp!
Oh, and don't forget the baby!
The JMP 1C!! The one watt wonder!
LMBO!!!! Ask and ye shall receive!!!!!
Here is my 9 MARSHALL JMP 100watt 2203's and my 1981 Marshall JMP 50w 2104 2-12 combo. One more 2203 to get to have 10 JMP 2203 heads for my 10 Cabs.
oh my god, dude...you're Big Bob!
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGy0pPllHVQ]Marshall - Big Bob's Marshall Warehouse - YouTube[/ame]
Some pics before restoration:
Pics after restoration!
She's a sweetheart!
Here's another live shot!
I like how you have your cabinet turned around out of consideration for the feeble that venture too close to the band!
Hey Pete! Is that one of the LP Jr's that Gibson was making a couple of years ago with the single 500T splitable humbucker? Like the one on the left here?
I had to get one of each bro! That 500T is a smokin load!
I got the same bloody amp!!!!!!
Here's mine. 7 of them
On the left -
'69 1986 ('mutt's)
On the right -
Not pictured '80 2204 and a '69 1987 plexi
Oh, my avatar is 'mutts '69 1986
So you don't read anymore
Actually the cab is turned for the "house" sound guy (Pussy) & if you look close at the headstock this is my Epi Custom Shop set-neck '57 reissue with a Duncan JB pup! (Better guitar than ANY Gibson Jr. I've owned & I've had 25 Jr.s) !!!!! My 2 Gibson Jr.s with the 500T's were stolen last summer!
And thanks for makin' the pic bigger! ( I need to learn how to do that! LOL!)
Looks like my '81 JMP combo, maybe nicer than my amp.
A great collection of JMP's.
Anybody ever wonder why sweet sounding vintage Marshall JMP amps are hard too come by???
I wonder if people not being happy owning just one JMP has anything to do with that?
It's junk, mate. Cannot stop at one bump
These are all pretty much the same circuit.... But sound sooooo, so different.
Just can't stop at one .... Two .... Three ....
They're kinda spread out
There's a few ...w/ a couple JCMs thrown in
And actually using the sumbich last Friday ....I was gonna use the white '73 100 watter n broadcast all over Southeast Louisiana, but it started rainin' so they moved us to the tent stage which didn't have as good a PA. I didn't want that artillery to fck with my singin...so I called an audible at the line o' scrimmage.....& put the '76 50 watter up there instead