The History of Marshall

The History of Marshall

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Marshall amps have defined the sound of rock for a generation, boasting such notable users as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Ritchie Blackmore and Jimmy Page. This book explores the British company responsible for that sweet overdrive sound - the company that originated the amp qstackq - tracing the impressive lineage of its valve (qtubeq to us Yanks!) guitar amps. Doyle is the acknowledged authority on the subject, and here he combines detailed chronologies of the various model and serial numbers, straightforward explanations of their features and construction, and aesthetic evaluations of the results. The book is dotted with the names of rock luminaries and peppered with photos - well over 100 black-and-white ones, plus a 32-page color section and a 32-page full-color appendix that reproduces all of the Marshall catalogues of the sixties.Chart gives equivalent American power ratings. MARSHALL Poww Riling Equivalent ... Circuit Diagrams oc u*tAr Kov-lJOV Jaquot; SiMtOf Ia#39;m i9 a. 195 THE EARLY CATALOGUES ... 1985 50 Vatt Output 49. 18. 4. 77. 7. 6. 2002 50 Vatt Output 66. 11.

Title:The History of Marshall
Author:Michael Doyle
Publisher:Hal Leonard Corporation - 1993


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