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I actually think they forgot to... :(
Yep. I spoke to Marshall. These are the bias points. I have used them to bias the amp. I was thinking of soldering pins to them to make it easier .
So to answer part of your question, the Origin 50 head cab is about 2 ½ inches shorter than a 1987 head cab but the Origin 50 chassis...
Yeah I thought that was an ignorant statement coming from someone at Marshall.
[ATTACH] I just reached out to Marshall about the bias points. Marshall did not add the bias points but they did show me where the solder pads...
That’s a good question. I have an empty 1987 Marshall Head shell. I will test it out and get back to you.
I have the Origin 50H and it has punch for days. You have to play one in person to get the real feel.
Ok. I guess I will bias it old school like my 2204.
Ok. That's what I thought I had heard. I will need to bias the tubes that I just put in. So I see the trim pot but where are the actual bias...
Ok. So I tried the Mullards... they sounded nice but smoothed everything out too much for me. I then put in the EHX 6CA7s and WOW what a...
So just like the Origin 20, the Origin 50 needs no bias adjustment when swapping power tubes?
I opened up the Origin 50 head today for the first time wanting to roll some tubes. I have been happily playing the amp in it's stock form up...
That would have been real handy. I guess we will see this in the "R" version in a few years.
If I had to pick one... Wasp / Behind the Wall of Sleep / Bassically / N.I.B