I just picked up this awesome 1986 Marshall JCM800 2205 and it sounds friggin' fantastic! Can anyone recognize this (I'm assuming) repair?
Thanks - In my 25 years of playing I have plugged into so many JCM800's I have can't count them. Never heard one I loved. I can't believe how good this one sounds. Although it has tons of gain on 10, running the gain on 7 produces awesome Marshall grind and really nice crisp cleans too. It took me 10 seconds of playing to buy it from the shop it was pawned at.What? Are those board mounted pots on a PCB? That amp can't possibly sound good!
Great amp man! Enjoy it!
There is no degree for Tube amps. Look at Schematic Heaven, or google search...Hi to everyone. I'm brand new =). I apologize for my English, I'm from Ukraine. I have a question for you. I want to diploma at the University to make Marshal 2205. Do you have a scheme for P-CAD and Layout. Can You make a quality photos of PCB? I want to draw it=) Thanks for the help =)
Who ever did it should have cleaned up more. You don't leave burned looking crap like that on a board. Dirt sounds like dirt and provokes future failure. Yeah, yeah it's low voltage stuff and you don't HAVE to, just like I don't have to clean the old pizza boxes and stray socks out of my living room.I just picked up this awesome 1986 Marshall JCM800 2205 and it sounds friggin' fantastic! Can anyone recognize this (I'm assuming) repair?