Complete list of Marshall amps?

The Dose of Harmony

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Does anybody knows where I can find a complete list of the Marshall amps?

I am getting more interested in the evolution of Marshall amps , I already saw some History documentaries but I want a simple list with the chronological order something like this:

JTM45

1963 (50W)
1985 (45W)
1986 (45W)
1987 (45W)
1989 (45W)
2245 (20W re-issue)
2245THW
Bluesbreaker combo

Plexi

Super Lead 1959


Marshall JMP 2203 MK2 100 Watt

The Majors


Marshall 200 Amp, 200W head
Marshall Major Amp, 200W head
1966 Major PA, 200W head
1967 Major Lead, 200W head
1978 Major Bass, 200W head

JCM800

2203
2204
2210
2205 channel switcher 50w
2555 Silver Jubilee
3315 Super Lead 150w


30th Anniversary

6100 30th Anniversary, 100W head
6100 LE 30th Anniversary, 100W head, limited edition of 800 units.
6101 30th Anniversary, 100W 1x12" combo
6101 LE 30th Anniversary, 100W 1x12" combo, limited edition of 500
6100 LM
30th Anniversary
6101 LM 30th Anniversary combo


Valvestate


8001 Valvestate 10, 10W micro stack
8004 Valvestate, 2x40W 19" rack power amp
8008 Valvestate, 2x80W 19" rack power amp
8010 Valvestate 10, 10W 1x8" combo
8020 Valvestate 20, 20W 1x10" combo
8040 Valvestate 40, 40W 1x12" combo
8080 Valvestate V80, 80W 1x12" combo
8100 Valvestate, 100W head
8412 Valvestate, 140W 4x12" 8Ω cabinet
8200 Valvestate, 2x 100W Stereo Chorus head with reverb
8222 Valvestate, 2x 100W 2x12" stereo cabinet
8240 Valvestate, 2x 40W 2x12" Stereo Chorus combo with reverb
8280 Valvestate, 2x 80W 2x12" Stereo Chorus combo with reverb


The Valvestates MkII


VS15, 15W 1x8" combo
VS15R, 15W 1x8" combo with reverb
VS30R, 30W 1x10" combo with reverb
VS65R, 65W 1x12" combo with reverb
VS100R, 100W 1x12" combo with reverb
VS102R, 100W 2x12" combo with reverb
VS100RH, 100W head with reverb
VS230R, 2x30W 2x10" combo with stereo chorus & reverb
VS232R, 2x30W 2x12" combo with stereo chorus & reverb
VS265R, 2x65W 2x12" combo with stereo chorus & reverb
VS Pro 120/120, 2x120W 19" power amp

Acoustic
AS100D
AS50D 50W
AS50R 50W



Jubilees

2553
2554
2555
2550
2558

JCM900


4100
4500
2100
2500
6100
2100 SL-X JCM900 Master Volume, 100W head
2101 SL-X JCM900 Master Volume, 100W 1x12" combo
2500 SL-X JCM900 Master Volume, 50W head
2501 SL-X JCM900 Master Volume, 50W 1x12" combo
2502 SL-X JCM900 Master Volume, 50W 2x12" combo


JCM600's


JCM600, 60W head
JCM601, 60W 1x12" combo
JCM602, 60W 2x12" combo





JCM2000


TSL
TSL60 JCM2000 Triple Super Lead, 60W head
TSL601 JCM2000 Triple Super Lead, 60W 1x12" combo
TSL602 JCM2000 Triple Super Lead, 60W 2x12" combo
TSL100 JCM2000 Triple Super Lead, 100W head
TSL122 JCM2000 Triple Super Lead, 100W 2x12" combo

DSL

DSL50 JCM2000 Double Super Lead, 50W head
DSL100 JCM2000 Double Super Lead, 100W head
DSL201 JCM2000 Double Super Lead, 20W 1x12" Combo
DSL401 JCM2000 Double Super Lead, 40W 1x12" Combo



MG series


Haze

Mz15

JVM


410H
410C
210H
210C
 
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DSL = Dual Super Lead................a quick Google search would have saved y'all some embarrassment. LOL! :rolleyes:

Add to your list: Marshall 3315 150 Watt Lead (as branded on the front panel)

It was released as part of the JCM 800 series amps in 1988-1990 only. I have one on my youtube page as "Speedforhire"
 
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DSL = Dual Super Lead................a quick Google search would have saved y'all some embarrassment. LOL! :rolleyes:

Add to your list: Marshall 3315 150 Watt Super Lead............released as part of the JCM 800 series amps in 1988-1990 only. I have one on my youtube page as "Speedforhire"
LOL
 

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It says dual super lead right on the face of the 2k's.
LOL!
OMG!
I play the Triple Super lead, so i never pay atention to the DUAL super leads until today LOL !

I am watching some videos and looks like its bad ass !
 

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I thought post #3 meant "question asked, question answered".
 

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Does anybody knows where I can find a complete list of the Marshall amps?

I am getting more interested in the evolution of Marshall amps , I already saw some History documentaries but I want a simple list with the chronological order something like this:

JTM45

1963 (50W)
1985 (45W)
1986 (45W)
1987 (45W)
1989 (45W)
2245 (20W re-issue)
2245THW
Bluesbreaker combo

Plexi

Super Lead 1959

This bit needs serious tweak:

MY 1963
JTM45 offset prototypes with coffin logo, RS trannies and output 5881 tubes-> first production models with white front coffin logo and KT66s

MY 1964
Split front coffin logo->smooth vinyl and silver Maroon logo

MY 1965
JTM45 with Gold Block logo
also introduced was the 8-input 1963 Model Super PA with KT66s all still about 30w.
First Bluesbreakers with trem (1962 with 2x12 and 1961 with 4x10 thick sided combo cabs). As you suggest the 4-hole PA was 1985, the Bass 1986, Lead 1987 and Organ 1989.
Half way through the year trannies changed to Drakes.
The 1963 became the JTM50PA MkIII but (AFAIK still KT66s)
The first JTM45/100 100w dual Drake OT PA amps introduced in Autumn '65 with script logo and RS mains tranny (although Pete Townsend had some Gold Block logo Supertrems before that).

MY 1966
Still the same line up with more 100w options (Trems, Lead, Bass and PA) with single OT and big Drake PT.
The JTM45s pretty much the same, minor changes and alloy block chassis at end of year.

MY 1967
The 50w amps came in using EL34s (again Lead, Bass, Trem and PAs) and after short run of block alloy 50w the steel JTM reverse logo amps.
The 100w also got transformer changes and EL34s (again rapid transition of different versions and about same time the steel chassis)

MY 1968
The Dagnall transformer change over completed with the first split cathode lead 50w and 100w amps introduced to join the other models.

All the above are strictly plexi models apart from the early JTM45s which had polished and engraved aluminium chassis, followed by short run of Traffolyte panels.

Summer 69 Metal panel amps introduced, initially same spec.

Lots of changes and mods left out but you get my drift? if anyone has a true 64 BB then please chip in - they may be out there and I am unaware.
 
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This bit needs serious tweak:

MY 1963
JTM45 offset prototypes with coffin logo, RS trannies and output 5881 tubes-> first production models with white front coffin logo and KT66s

MY 1964
Split front coffin logo->smooth vinyl and silver Maroon logo

MY 1965
JTM45 with Gold Block logo
also introduced was the 8-input 1963 Model Super PA with KT66s all still about 30w.
First Bluesbreakers with trem (1962 with 2x12 and 1961 with 4x10 thick sided combo cabs). As you suggest the 4-hole PA was 1985, the Bass 1986, Lead 1987 and Organ 1989.
Half way through the year trannies changed to Drakes.
The 1963 became the JTM50PA MkIII but (AFAIK still KT66s)
The first JTM45/100 100w dual Drake OT PA amps introduced in Autumn '65 with script logo and RS mains tranny (although Pete Townsend had some Gold Block logo Supertrems before that).

MY 1966
Still the same line up with more 100w options (Trems, Lead, Bass and PA) with single OT and big Drake PT.
The JTM45s pretty much the same, minor changes and alloy block chassis at end of year.

MY 1967
The 50w amps came in using EL34s (again Lead, Bass, Trem and PAs) and after short run of block alloy 50w the steel JTM reverse logo amps.
The 100w also got transformer changes and EL34s (again rapid transition of different versions and about same time the steel chassis)

MY 1968
The Dagnall transformer change over completed with the first split cathode lead 50w and 100w amps introduced to join the other models.

All the above are strictly plexi models apart from the early JTM45s which had polished and engraved aluminium chassis, followed by short run of Traffolyte panels.

Summer 69 Metal panel amps introduced, initially same spec.

Lots of changes and mods left out but you get my drift?
Thanks man for the info!
 

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This bit needs serious tweak:

MY 1963
JTM45 offset prototypes with coffin logo, RS trannies and output 5881 tubes-> first production models with white front coffin logo and KT66s

MY 1964
Split front coffin logo->smooth vinyl and silver Maroon logo

MY 1965
JTM45 with Gold Block logo
also introduced was the 8-input 1963 Model Super PA with KT66s all still about 30w.
First Bluesbreakers with trem (1962 with 2x12 and 1961 with 4x10 thick sided combo cabs). As you suggest the 4-hole PA was 1985, the Bass 1986, Lead 1987 and Organ 1989.
Half way through the year trannies changed to Drakes.
The 1963 became the JTM50PA MkIII but (AFAIK still KT66s)
The first JTM45/100 100w dual Drake OT PA amps introduced in Autumn '65 with script logo and RS mains tranny (although Pete Townsend had some Gold Block logo Supertrems before that).

MY 1966
Still the same line up with more 100w options (Trems, Lead, Bass and PA) with single OT and big Drake PT.
The JTM45s pretty much the same, minor changes and alloy block chassis at end of year.

MY 1967
The 50w amps came in using EL34s (again Lead, Bass, Trem and PAs) and after short run of block alloy 50w the steel JTM reverse logo amps.
The 100w also got transformer changes and EL34s (again rapid transition of different versions and about same time the steel chassis)

MY 1968
The Dagnall transformer change over completed with the first split cathode lead 50w and 100w amps introduced to join the other models.

All the above are strictly plexi models apart from the early JTM45s which had polished and engraved aluminium chassis, followed by short run of Traffolyte panels.

Summer 69 Metal panel amps introduced, initially same spec.

Lots of changes and mods left out but you get my drift? if anyone has a true 64 BB then please chip in - they may be out there and I am unaware.

Great info. What about the JTM50 which I understand was a JTM45 with EL34s and EL34 spec trannies but still retaining the tube rectifier?
 

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