Amp Collecting Out Of Hand...

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I've only ever played the 175 and AC15 combination once, some considerable moons ago, and somewhat fleetingly at that. The impression endured.

Of all the marvellous amps and combinations in this thread, that'd be first on my team sheet.

Thanks for sharing Lads.
 

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To avoid any concern......I still have:

2 X 18w
2 X JTM45
1 X pinstripe 4x12
1 X white front 2x12 columns (pair)
1 X tweed Fender Super '59
1 X tweed Fender Pro '59
2 X tweed 5e3 Deluxe '59, '56
1 X Wallace combo
1 X Maestro GA2-RT
1 X AC15 '60.
John, what year is your maestro?
 

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Don’t believe you.

Oh, ye of little faith...

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Miss counted the ratio is 3.25 to 1.

Plus there are three empty head shells too.

Russ
 
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Spectacular collection! Must be an extra level of satisfaction playing through those.

I particularly like the "corner" cab, on the floor in the middle.

Oh, ye of little faith...

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Miss counted the ratio is 3.25 to 1.

Plus there are three empty head shells too.

Russ
 

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I particularly like the "corner" cab, on the floor in the middle.
That one was definitely an experiment in finger joints [120 or so]. I drew it in CAD so I could understand and solve the corner geometry where three finger jointed boards [four in all] came together. It has the same volume as a 1936 with greater dispersion. I've used it at band volume and it didn't give off any weirdness. It's not a cube internally.

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I though about putting bisecting flat plates so you could 'tune' the dispersion to the room but moved on. It's currently an end table with a chess board top.

Russ
 

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Nope, just a couch a 2x12 and a head. The other cabs / cases are in the garage or at work.

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Besides you merry band of GAS fanatics and gear enabling crack addicts this is where I go to pray - at very loud volume - to the Marshall gods - BTW the other wall looks similar. To the right is a full electronic drum kit.

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I need a bigger home!

Russ
No wonder I can't find a decent Marshall head for sale...
 

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What with the cab in plastic? Doesn't seem right!
Blame Marshall...
Those are actually the original covers that came with those 4x10 cabs in 1985. They're pretty thin, I'm amazed they've held up as long as they have. As you can see, I made a repair with electrical tape on the top one years back.
Still doing the job.
 


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