Can a Marshall JCM 900 HiGain Dual reverb 4100 do blues and hard rock or is it only for metal?

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  1. Stefan Cristea Olaru

    Stefan Cristea Olaru New Member

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    Hi!I own a Marshall JCM 900 Hi Gain Dual Reverb 4100 and i was wondering if i can use it for hard rock /blues rock like Tyler Bryant and the Shakedowns ,Reignwolf or BlackPistolFire.
    I also have a Marshall haze 40,should i use it instead, are they any good in your opinion?
     
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    Marshall Boogie Active Member

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    Just ask Cheap Trick because I saw Rick Nielsen use one to play Dream Police years ago and it was dead nuts(yes I know he uses Fuchs now, and his tone sounds nothing like it used to).
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    You own one and youre asking this question?? Dial in however much or little gain you want! :shrug:

    Its like asking, "I have a dick can I pee out of it?". LOL :facepalm:

    Sorry for the sarcasm but it seems so obvious, and especially you already own the amp LOL. I feel like Ive been punked some how....:ugh:
     
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  4. Stefan Cristea Olaru

    Stefan Cristea Olaru New Member

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    :)) it s ok .I didn t fix my amp yet and u was curios that s why i m asking
     
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    scozz Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    What a cordial response to an such a disputatious post. :D ;)
     
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    marshallmellowed Well-Known Member

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    Given an amp with enough gain, a good player can manipulate any amp to play whatever style (IMO). It may not be "ideal", but definitely usable.
     
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    Word of the Week.
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    LOL
     
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