Gower Amplification modded Marshall SLP RI

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You cannot tell that it is a Les Paul. Sounding more like a superstrat. Which MCP? Sounds hotter than 9.0 (I have a few models and have the T-Top version eventually installing in a Standard or Custom.)
IMHO this combination sounds way too hot. Definitely other amps that do a better job in tone in this field. What I am hearing with this circuit representation or Gower Amplification mod, is that the Marshall mids are missing.
 

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I’m sure many love this kind of tone, it’s not my cup of tea though. A bit too scooped and overdriven for my taste.

Nice playing as usual Rezamatix!
 

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Thanks for posting!

The SLP sounds like a recto! Has lost a good bit of note definition too.

Very nice playing, though.
 

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A usable tone for some types of music, I suppose, but not what I personally like from an SLP. The amp looks like a clone to me. Out of curiosity, is it a clone, or an actual Marshall?
 

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Does sound like a Rectifier with extra stage post tone stack.
Out of interest is there a schem out there for these?
Or is it another of those closely guarded secrets?!
 

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Does sound like a Rectifier with extra stage post tone stack.
Out of interest is there a schem out there for these?
Or is it another of those closely guarded secrets?!


the first two gain stages are encased in a pool of goop on a separate mini board he installs in the amp. Im sure there are some other tweaks involved as well. 3C604CCA-55EE-4179-B210-0E307B44950A.jpeg
 

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