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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Mitchell Pearrow, Nov 9, 2019.
Let’s hear how all of you are gelling with your Origin amps.
I would like to hear all your Origin clips , I know there are many of us here that have this fine amp
but not so many clips!
Someone may just have discovered what these amps can do and is on the fence for the purchase.
And a clip of its features may solidify a purchase.
Nice playing Mitch. Nice guitars too!
Thanks KB my brother, I do appreciate your time to check out my clips, and a compliment from another player is the best compliment..
Damm Mitch...sounds great! Love your clips man
Thanks brother if you are ever in my area , and want to jam ..
Just let me know.
I would love to have a couple of beers with you.
Sounds killer! Is there a boost pedal in there?
Sounds great Mitch.
I'm starting to see a wall of Marshall amps in your man-cave now. Would you like for me to call somebody?
Yes I am using the mxr 10 band eq and an SD1.
Yes and come on over, I want to jam with someone other than myself...
And actually there are 2 walls!!
There is 8 MG cabs in all in the garage, so I can pick and choose the tones I want to hear...
This is how it sounds when you turn the volume knob down on the neck pick up, and no mxr10 band eq, only the SD1, so at full throttle you are back in hard rock mode..
Clean or dirty, the Origin can sound great.
These two short clips have been posted to previous threads but, since Mitch led the way and got this thread going, I thought I’d pitch in. I am finally getting great results from the Origin 50h after a long time trying to figure the amp out. Through my 1960b, it really rocks.
Excellent tones on both clips,
I believe many have given up on this amp because the first impression was it’s too clean .
But that is this amps magic.
Nice playing on your clips as well bro!!!
A little more fun with the Origin’s a mxr10 band eq no boost on the amps and a Gibson LP Traditional
Some more Origin carnage