Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by tce63, Dec 5, 2019.
Then they'd be 2203s and 2204s, 1987s and 1959s. They kinda did that already
Dream on, dream on
Dream until your dream comes true
Ba da da da da
Ba ba ba wawawawawawawawa waaa wa
Free price hikes on UK made stuff... called the Brexit series
‘Twas a joke
Im still laughing at this lol
'Tis a relief to know.
Please excuse, I seem to be even more dense today than usual. On the positive side, I'm actually finding it rather pleasant to be quite clueless. Less to worry about
Cant think of anything new I'd want just old, like a 4 hole JMP
A Marshall Katana.
probably more digital modeling type technologies,... unfortunately, I've had to look to other companies to satisfy my needs what for marshall refuses to produce.
I'll be there.
I posted same thing in other thread but I will repeat. Take the code 25, drop the poweramp and the speaker, then stuff the circuit into a pedal. Boom you now compete with a dozen or so modeling companies with a simple form factor change. Competition that has a HUGE number of users that only use the marshall presets (like me). I would like to see a handwired studio version JVM, but that is a lot more engineering than the code pedal.
You can expect a remix/rehash of the same technology shown in years past for the most part. Rarely do I see anything that is new and innovative at NAMM. Keep in mind I'm not a modeling or pedal junkie so that may be another story.
A new take on a Marshall attenuator would be nice. Possibly with reamping abilities like fryette ps1/ boss wasa tube amp expanded...
That's true. There's a finite number of ways to change an amp before it's not even an amp anymore! They've just about exhausted all the possibilities.
probably just more over priced junk as a whole from everybody.
Here, take a drag of this....
Now, isn't that better?
Most likely a new studio series head or two, but I'm still holding out for a new range/100w head.
Bring back Valvestate! Orange have!
External bias test and adjustment pots...