Soon it will be NAMM 2020 on 16/1-2020 what can we expect?

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  1. Lance Chambers

    Lance Chambers Well-Known Member

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    I didn't.........I'm slow! :iough:
     
  2. jchrisf

    jchrisf Well-Known Member

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    I think it will be the Marshall Code Studio MKII
     
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  3. Thevenin

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    Marshall will announce a U.S. manufacturing facility and service center located outside of Austin, TX to support key accounts in the US market. Product launches will be seamless with reduced leadtimes and shipping costs for their burgeoning Studio series. Overseas speaker jack failures at rollout will be serviced domestically and not passed around at your local GC.

    Fingers crossed.
     
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  4. MonstersOfTheMidway

    MonstersOfTheMidway Well-Known Member

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    I'm not really fantasizing about a particular amp like some posts in this thread. Rather, I'd like to see a couple of features on more Marshall amps.

    I'd like to see new Marshall amps with built-in auto bias feature similar to what is found on AFD100 and YJM100. I don't own those amps, but I've used them several times in the past and I have found the auto bias feature to be extremely useful. AFD100 and YJM100 can use just about any power amp tube type (including a mix of types). Auto bias aids consistency, so the amp sounds and "feels" the same at any venue/location regardless of any differences in power supply from the outlet(s).

    I also like the built-in and adjustable attenuation found on AFD100 and YJM100. It's nice having a half power switch like on some of the current Marshalls, but I prefer the adjustable power attenuation like on AFD100 and YJM100. Perhaps if the amp already has a master volume control, then perhaps a half power switch is a better choice. Still, other companies offer built-in and adjustable power attenuation, which kinda indicates there is a market for such a feature.

    But if it's just new Marshall amps with basic features, then I hope it's some cool stuff in general.
     
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    Lukas Well-Known Member

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    Isn’t a 215C a combo?
     
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    Yes and it's 24" wide. The 205H is 28" wide. He want a smaller cabinet head is all, kinda like the Mosfet Lead size head, not a JCM size. That was his point.
     
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    It would be nice to see something similar, with a Marshall logo on the front.
     
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    DSL40 HR head.......................? Finally?
     
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    2204X?
     
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    Kutt Well-Known Member

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    A mini Marshall Major, henceforth known as the Marshall Minor.
     
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  11. Gene Ballzz

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    Would that be Diminished? Either way, it would likely become Suspended! :p

    Just Bustin'
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  12. BftGibson

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    Favorite time of the year coming up..cash is stocked up ready for all the vintage gear to be dumped.. for the new stuff...


    Was a fender year last year
    Super for 550 stock no tech fees
    Super for 850 w/jupiter sc10
    Pro for 550 w/weber f150
    gave tech 75 each one to mod normal to break early & go over everything
     
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  13. purpleplexi

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    With fantastic new tech power scaling ability so people can crank them in their bedrooms...
     
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    Amp makers are about to run out of new things to delight us with.

    Amps, like any other piece of gear, are a finite design. As time marches on the innovations we are presented with each year are becoming smaller and less significant.

    Think about it....back in the beginning, guitarists were coming to Marshall with requests like "give me a more powerful amp" or " build me a bigger speaker cabinet". Big steps, all new designs. Now we are hitting them with "How about a plexi with power scaling" or "Give me an affordable 2203 solution".

    I personally think that Marshall is doing as good a job if not better than all the other major amp manufacturers in keeping up with our emotional and inspirational whims while not losing sight of who they are and how they got where they are.

    Hats off to Marshall....
    Let's observe a moment of silence (the ringing in your ears doesn't count)

    :cheers:
     
  15. Del Rei

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    Would be interesting some load box or attenuator.... Maybe some recording gear.
     
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  16. Dogs of Doom

    Dogs of Doom Moderator Staff Member

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    anyone going?

    I've got my pass...
     
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    Nope. Here on the East coast. Maybe if it was in New York. Let us know what you find there.
     
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    I think it would be cool if they came out with an amp with every feature that everyone wants but...….It only comes in pink!
     
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    :funny::applause::applause::applause::applause::applause::applause::applause:
     
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    that's the dookie mod...

    here, I found a picture:

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