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Club 40? Classic 45? Lead 55LV?
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That's true, but I thought Page played a 100W Marshall in The Song Remains the Same (movie, not song).for closest, i think it has got to be the HR100.
but i am sure club40 and 55LV going do just fine with it also...i dont think the jtm45 tones are really the 'right' ones for LZ...there is a reason why most clips of that circuit that show LZ are doing Since I've Been Loving You
But, did he use '72s and later or the late 60s Marshalls? They can sound pretty different, although I do tend to agree that both can probably be dialed in to get LZ live 70s tones.I'll go against the grain & say that id doesn't matter much. Marshall's became his live amp of choice in '72. Before that he mainly used Hiwatts from late '69, or thereabout. Studio amps are all over the map, go with the one that best suits your needs. I'm sure they are all great choices.
I recently saw one too and the guitarist was using a JCM800 and also nailed the vibe quite well!Any good Marshall lead will do if you have the hands. I saw a tribute band once and the guy was using a single channel JCM 800 and he was nailing it. He knew all the licks though and had pages "touch" down.