Can you tell which Marshall amp this is? So many talk about a "plexi" sound or an "800" sound or a... well you get the idea, but can you REALLY hear the difference without knowing exactly what it is? I have owned or do own all the options listed. Listed roughly in factory introduction order, so this has little bearing on what it may or may not be. On recording 1 there are two sections - Section A is just the amp, section B is the amp "boosted" - a la lead/solo.Guitar is a Gibson Les Paul [Seymour Duncan '59, bridge]. For the boosted section I added a Paul C Audio "Timmy" and a an MXR "Carbon Copy" delay. on recording 2 it is strictly guitar to amp. Can YOU tell what it is? Sample 2 [everything basically the same, but with the amp turned up as loud as I could get away with]. RECORDING DATA [for those interested]; Recorded with a Zoom H2N at 96khz/24 bits [higher than cd quality]. The 2 mic X/Y pattern was used, at about 3 inches from the speaker, about 9 o'clock just off the dust cap [which in my experience is the sweet spot every time I've ever recorded this amp]. NO post eq, reverb, or other effects or any editing were added or manipulated at all - I simply cut the audio for time [so you are only hearing the play, and not the dead air before or after]. Essentially - you are hearing the recording exactly as it is and exactly how it sounded in the room and dumped into video. I will grant that there is some amount of quality loss and compression in youtube audio - I have no control over that, and it is the most convenient media for this sort of sharing. SEE TEH ANSWER ON PG 3!!!!