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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Ironwolf, Dec 2, 2020.
Be careful -- it's highly addictive!
Yes, Building replicas of vintage amps is definitely a thing - and Yes, there are kits to make home-made amps. Step on over to the Shock Brothers DIY Tube amp forum and have a look at what some of us are working on!
Nice work Ironwolf! Are you sure it'll be loud enough? Seriously, whatcha gonna drive with it? 2x12? 4x12?
I have two 4x12 cabs. One Marshall ORI412A and a Park 1960B copy. Either will work. I'm currently using the Marshall cab and running the amp as the wet side of a wet/dry pair. The dry amp is currently a Blues Deluxe.
I always loved Marshall clean tones.
Have you compared it to your TMTR?
How would you describe the difference between the Fender clean and the Marshall clean?
Welcome to the club, Ironwolf!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Congrats on that beauty.
Here is my 1964 clone.
I know there's a bit of difference, but I just had to poke a little fun. Don't get me wrong, I'm gonna go Marshall over blackface every day of the week.
I love my little Origin's cleans. But, I'm afraid I'm still leaning a good bit towards my big tweed amps for everything. Maybe a big Marshall would sway my opinion? As my mother used to say, 'That's why they make chocolate AND vanilla!'
Looks great, Wolf!
If you’ve got a place you can play one, even if it’s at home, I highly recommend a JTM45. I’ve passed on a few I should have bought. If I come across another smoking deal, I don’t know that I’ll be strong enough to go home without it.