1974 JMP Super Lead 100 MK II

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  1. MickeyJ

    MickeyJ Well-Known Member

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    i knew this one was a winner you simply cant lose with old amps if you pay little for them- 1300 bucks? hahaa you could have bought a runt for that !
     
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    I went & hunted that down. At 1st, I was like, wtf? I don't hear it. At around 2:55, it comes in...

     
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  3. Obi Plexi-nobi

    Obi Plexi-nobi Well-Known Member

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    Cool. Thanks for finding. I never did check it out. Sounds pretty cool. :dude:
     
  4. matttornado

    matttornado Well-Known Member

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    I didn't hear or notice anything special. No brown sound EVH moment.
     
  5. bstoner

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    I still love this amp. I have used it at every gig since I got it, roughly about 4 gigs per month. I

    Here are some sound samples using an OX box. Kinda hard to tell from these clips but it does sound good here in the room.






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