WTB: Late 70's early 80's JMP 2203

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  1. jhayat

    jhayat Member

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    Hi. Looking to pick up another JMP 2203. No 50-watters, please. :)

    Looking for stock/all orig - no mods. Power cable change is ok!

    Will need pics of the inside, incl. clear, detailed pics of the PCB.

    Please send email to

    jeff at jeffreyhayat dot com

    Thank you!
     
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  2. Trelwheen

    Trelwheen Well-Known Member

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    Have you checked on Reverb? They pop up fairly often
     
  3. jhayat

    jhayat Member

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    Every day :naughty:
     
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    anitoli Well-Known Member

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    While not vintage a 2203X will put you in the same spot.
     
  5. Shae201

    Shae201 Well-Known Member

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    Prepare to spend about $1800, they have went up recently
     
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    tschrama Well-Known Member

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    1980..1981 will have high HT. Stick to the mid, late 70s.

    just my 2 cts
     
  7. jhayat

    jhayat Member

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    What's HT?
     
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    Higher voltage over the output tubes
     
  9. jhayat

    jhayat Member

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    And this is bad? Or not as good as mid, late 70s? How come?

    Thanks!
     

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