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Tube humbly salutes the Father of Loud. Jim Marshall started building amps in He did this together with technical friend Ken Bran. Their first amps were very heavily "inspired" on the Fender Tweed 4x10" Bassman. The first decade in the history of Marshall is regarded by some as the "Golden Years". In the following overview, I try to place the amps in some kind of chronological ordering.
Keep in mind that allthough I try to be complete, this is obviously not a complete list, though I hope it will be some day In these early years the amps, their features and especially the cosmetics varied a lot. This was the very first Marshall amp. It was built from up to These amps had 2 channels with each a volume control and two inputs making a total of four inputs. There was also a power switch and a standby switch with a power indicator.
The first JTM45 amps had no model number printed on them. In these cabinets were given the model number They were angled front cabinets and were fitted with four 12" Celestion G speakers, instead of the four 10" Jensen speakers in an open cabinet like Fender did.
This amp used the bass tremolo chassis in a 2x12" combo cabinet. Very few of the 2x12" horizontal extension cabinets were built and these cabinets are very rare.
The speakers were two Celestion G speakers. This amp was in production from to It had 4 channels and 8 inputs.
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