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Does anyone make a head version of a Bluesbreaker??

Bluesful

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Is disconnecting the trem circuit in the BBRI easy?

Or is it a take it to a tech type job?
 

windjamma

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I will never know why Marshall went with the handwired bluesbreaker head, rather than a just straight up Handwired jtm45 head without the trem.

Probably just easier for them to stuff the bluesbreaker version in a head shell.
 

Torry Courte

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That’s not a bluesbreaker. It’s sometimes called a “mini bluesbreaker” due to the aesthetics, but 18W marshalls are entirely different things, with dramatically different circuits.

Thanks for the info. How about this one then? Sounds like the head is maybe not the same?

http://www.retrokingamps.com/45wattcombo.htm

“The "RK 45 Combo" is a replica of the famed 1960's Bluesbreaker 2x12 combo. The "RK 45 Head" is a replica of the mid 60's JTM 45™. Unlike the reissue, this amp is hand wired point to point on a vintage style turret board and is built to the exact specs of the original.”
 




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