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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by ayy itss daveee, Sep 29, 2010.
Ok great info! That clears it up for sure.
dont forget to Have Fun!
Does anyone know the production numbers of the matching Slash cabs that were built for the 2555SL? I know they made 3000 heads, but I see the heads for sale alot more than the matching cabs.
3000 cab AV and 1500 BV
basicalli 1500 half stack and 1500 full Stack
(i'm searching for a B to complete my stack)
That would be very nice! I honestly don't see the cabs for sale very much....several heads here and there, but no cabs. Have you ever seen any for sale? How much?
I've been searching for long and I just saw a couple outhere.
but I refuse to pay 6-7 hudred € just because the sticher says JCM SLASH instead of 1960 Vintage.
Everything got a limit and 2-3 hundred Euros for a sticker is Tooo much for me.
sorry for asking but is your cab a 1996?
on the bar code (behind..near the MONO STEREO switch) you can reed the serial and the year of production.
mine it's a 1998!
I can find for sure a 1960BV of those years for a more reasonable price.
Said that I'm still Searching )
Yes my cab is 1996, as is the head. I got it from the original owner, who purchased from music shop in Ohio new in 1997. I paid $2000 for the halfstack, which I thought was fair. I know what you are saying about the cab...nothing special, per se, but it is nice to have the matching set.
funnny, I have 3 2555 and and the A cab of that serie and none of them is a 96 actually.
I know what You mean: completeing a stack is always a pleasure.
but I don't agree to pay 2-3 hundred bucks More for a sticher.
(50 would be enought )
is there anybody outhere able to realize/produce those stckers?
I saw one guy selling the ''Siver Jubilee series 25/50'' plastic one.
there will be someone seeling just the JCM SLAS sticker for sure!
Here's a short clip of my 2555SL recorded on the iPhone.
Marshall 2555SL - Slash Jubilee - YouTube
sorry to revive an old thread, but I just got a full stack jubilee 2555 over 4000 serial number + 2551A + 2551BV thats been toured a lot ....
and on 6 - 6 -6 master / master lead / input gain,
had to share, I cant believe what Im hearing,
and I own several real Plexis....
Congrats, man! Start a new thread and let's see some pics!
Hi guys - just registered here and first time posting
Ive been reading the last 44 pages smiling each page - as I just received my Marshall Silver Jubee 2555 (serial number 2581) after 5 agonising weeks waiting and travelling from London to Holland to view, check out etc then have it sent over. The exterior tolex has some rips etc, but who cares..adds to the character right?
All i can say is....WOW!! I've never been so happy with my sound in all my life, I've hardly played around with all the settings and I can truly say I found the love of my life (my misses would kill me if she read this, but she knows deep down! LOL)
Even after reading all your posts about the settings/how to get sweet spots etc, I am still a bit lost with all this pull pot business etc so some guidance as to where to start from would be appreciated! I'm sure through time I'll work it out though. I am happy using guitar volume knob to clean up too.
Just dont know what else to say but I'm in the club now too!
play it loud.
Over here the Slash cabs pop up on ebay from time to time. They are about the same price as regular AV cabs, maybe 20 to 50€ more.
man , ...interisting (to me) ...please..
I wouldn't own an amp that didn't work like this. I'm just too clumsy to do a pedal dance and I never know where I'll be on the stage when i need to swtich.
I judge an amps gig worthiness by setting it up for just a hiar more gain than I thinkk I'll need, then roll down the guitar. If i can get a chimey clean, its a keeper. It also helps to have done treble bypass mods on your guitars.