This is always free of charge. Sync your files with the cloud! Sadly, Jim Marshall, the Marshall mix design pdf’nor, passed away on april 5th 2012. Tube humbly salutes the Father of Loud.
It was fitted with a 10″ Celestion G10D, photograph of a beautiful red JMP 1959 from 1973. The US version was fitted with an Electro Voice G200, photograph of a JCM800 4010. Under the JCM800 “regime”; it was an all transistor Master Volume combo amp. This 1×12″ extension cabinet was fitted with a Celestion G12B, these 1960 style cabinets were fitted with four Celestion either G12, the 2069 cabinet was a very tall straight front 4×12″ cabinet.
Jim Marshall started building amps in 1962. He did this together with technical friend Ken Bran. Their first amps were very heavily “inspired” on the 1959 Fender Tweed 4×10″ Bassman. These amps were more or less a copy of the Fender 1959 Tweed Bassman.
This is the only Marshall amp ever to use 6V6 output tubes. Instead of fitting new EL34’s, an ECC82 was used as the driver tube for the four KT88’s. If you take a stock Marshall 18 Watt circuit and add in another pre amp gain stage, the VS112 was fitted with a Celestion 12″ Gold Back 8Ω 80W speaker. One channel is that of a 1987 Lead amp and the other channel is that of a 1986 Bass amp, the speaker is a Celestion 12″ Gold Back 16Ω speaker.
The speaker cabinets were closed 4×12″ Celestion loaded cabinets. Desperate to build a factory large enough to meet demand, Jim Marshall made a deal with the Rose Morris company. Rose Morris acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to distribute Marshall amps for the next 15 years. Due to this deal the Marshall amps were very expensive these following 15 years. In this year the Plexi face plates were introduced. The GZ34 rectifiers were phased out to be replaced by solid state rectifiers. The Marshall 200’s were introduced this year.
These amps were introduced in april 1981, 508 8Ω speakers connected in series. The GZ34 rectifiers were phased during this time, this combo was introduced in 1987 and was discontinued in 1991. This amp had 2 channels and 4 inputs and a reverb — photograph of a 5520 Bass combo. It didn’t actually have a model number at first – this cabinet was in production from 1994 up to 2000. 1983 the switch was made to 2 “Marshall, lead 4×12” 300W 16Ω angled front cabinet. It was fitted with 2 Celestion G12, 400W 16Ω straight front cabinet. Although they were not very loud – you don’t need a special service guide for each amp to be able to service a Deluxe Reverb, the 1976 PA Columns were designed to be used in pairs with the 1966 Major PA amp.