Marshall 2021 new models

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  1. Jethro Rocker

    Jethro Rocker Well-Known Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Absolutely!! Would be about time amd an excellent follow up to the Code series.

    Are these 2 not really close to the SV? I ask because I don't know how much diff there is?
     
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    That's a wicked cool idea.
    Plug and play mod-modules platform would be a game changer. Endless up-sale possibilities.
    Want to change your amp?
    Just buy the mod and plug it in.
     
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    The whole module thing has been done years ago by Randall and now Synergy. Lol, Marshall would be late to the party as usual...
     
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    probably through some jcm 800 on top of the SV might get ya there:)
     
  5. CloverGrass

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    New for 2021 the Marshall Studio Original JTM45 Guitar Amplifier Head with tube rectifier and tremolo. The SO20H brings the classic tone of the JTM45 straight to your home, with the choice to switch between 20W and 5W at the touch of a button, all packed into a definitive rock rig.
     
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    Kinda similar to my thought, but instead....... 20/5 watt Studio Bluesbreaker, 2x10 combo, including the tube rectum fryer, tremolo AND an effects loop. They'd sell like "hot cakes" with bacon & eggs! Make it also available as a head. I think a 20/5 watt, non-tremolo JTM45 would be a bit too close to the SV20, at least in form factor. The 1974X doesn't even really come close, it's not switchable wattage, the pre-amp is pretty limited and no effects loop, not to mention, EL84 power tubes! And oh yeah, it's over $3K.
    Just My Musings,
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  7. DSL 50

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    A true hot rodded 800/ Jose type of thing would be great, like so many “other” amp company’s have produced yet Marshall never has attempted other than the AFD
     
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    Vintage Modern MkII as a 1x12 combo styled after the Bluesbreaker.
     
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    I would get one .........
     
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    I want a HW Super Bass. I've been thinking for a while that Marshall should have a custom shop where you could order specific circuits or cabs.
     
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    I like the idea of a Marshall custom shop not just for tolex color but also for circuits and options for tailored amps
     
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    That should have been done 30 years ago! That is my favorite Marshall sound and makes the amp much more versatile. It took me forever, and a ton of dough, but I FINALLY found my go to amp for Brit tones in the Chupacabra. It's funny, I'v spent way more than double on amps trying to get what the Chupa does for a grand.
     
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    I would love to see a 5/1 JCM 800 with an EL34 and 112 combo Made In England. Similar to the SL5.
     
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    I really like the idea of a 2204x with the mod switch. It's been many years since I've played a gig without my cab being mic'd.
    50 watters are more usable especially in the studio. It's been over 12 years since I've owned a 100 watter. My next buy will likely be a 20 watter for that reason. And Marshall is already in that market. Maybe the 20 watter JCM800 with the 'mod switch'.
    Full disclosure: My next amp will likely be a Ceriatone 2525.
     
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    I wish they'd give us 1987 and 1959 with master volume, fx loop and a footswitchable LPB1 type boost. How hard could that be? They failed at it twice with the Origin and Vintage Modern. COME ON!
     
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    Ya, Ol Nik knows his way around the inside of amplifiers.

    Have had a couple of his, nothing but smooth sailing.

    I'm sure there's another couple in my future. :mrburns:
     
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    Not really. The Studio Classic combo with that crap 10" V Type speaker, sounds nothing like my 4010. Not even close. The 4010 is an extremely loud beast of an amp that can punch you in the gut! Studio Classic combo sounds cheap ass. I wish it didn't but it does. I wanted to get that Studio Classic combo but just couldn't do it sounded so bad. Really disappointing at best.
     
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    Well. Its the same circuit with exception of bias method/ circuit and running on lower voltage. So it's pretty much down to speaker choise... all I've read suggests the v- type, once broken in, sounds great... but OK..
     
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    Doesn't matter what they come up with if it's priced affordable it's a cheap assed VC amp and if it's UK expensive it's a ridiculous amount of money, right? Even since i started buying amps Marshall's were always out there price wise, they were never cheap even used they commanded a high resale.

    So what can they do that will please the majority of Marshall players? I don't have any suggestions.
     
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    I've always wondered why they don't do a handwired JMP master volume, made in Vietnam. The workers there obviously do good quality stuff, and it would be pretty neat to see an affordable handwired amp from them.
     
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