NAD Marshall 20 Watt Studio Vintage with matching 2 X 12 Cab

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  1. Recce

    Recce Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I already had the guitars but they set the amp off nicely.
     
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    Looks great!
     
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    Keeping my eyes open for a combo of that or the JCM version
     
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    Nice! I bet it sounds huge.
    The 20-watt JCM combos are incredible. $1700 CAD here in Canada - I really want one but can’t justify it now. At half the price, the Origin 20 watt combo is a close second for me, though.
     
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    I thought about the combo but really wanted the head and half stack. I have wanted something like this since I was about fourteen. I am 63. So I decided to get it.
     
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    Killer! have fun!
     
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    I like it too - just combos are handy. Bet it sounds great, the clips sure do.
     
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    I had a 4x12 half stack gigging rig in the 90s. It sounded amazing, but for lower volume gigs and portability, it was certainly less than ideal ;)
     
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    Suweet, congrats!!

    Classic rig!
     
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