It's probably one of them. I wish Marshall had reissued it instead of the 2203X. 100 watts is too much for me.
I'd sell my Marshall 2203X and get a Marshall DSL50.
Here he is over Iceland.
A well made guitar shouldn't need a plek job.
I've often wondered what a guitar would sound like with a body of alder, mahogany, ash and maple. It may give it a really cool full spectrum sound.
It sounds like a bad tube. But this is just a guess.
The simpler the circuit the fewer things that could go wrong.
I got one like that too once. At the time I thought the seller had sent the guitar with the headstock already broken so he could collect the money...
1968 Marshall 1987 50 watt head and the
I haven't seen or heard anything. But it would be nice if they reissued all of them just like they were in the 1980s. I loved their Barettas....
Happy NGD! That's a nice looking Lester!
I think the pre-phase master volume sounds better.
How long have you had the amp? How old are the tubes? Where are the tubes made? Bad tubes can draw too much power and blow fuses. Or like you said...
If that's the case I think we should stick to steel. Probably steel truss rods with a brass nut. So that the brass nut would strip before the rod...
Solid colors for me.
I wouldn't do it.
Consider yourself lucky. I think it's best to turn the amp off completely before changing cabs.
I believe any good tech should be able to fix it. Guitar amps aren't as complicated as radios or stereo receivers. But make sure they're familiar...
I hope they reissue the B.C. Rich cap.
Nothing wrong with that. I have a couple of guitars I don't want anyone else touching. So I understand where you're coming from.
I turn all of my amps down before turning them on/off. If anything it may protect the speakers.
I could be wrong but I believe steel sounds better and lasts longer.