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Of pure vintage - Reviews Marshall 1960s JTM1C

Class A all tube amp
1 watt switchable in 0.1watt
A volume, a tone

The quality of the finish is really good. I would have liked against by the combo version is available in 12 ", with a Grennback example ...


2 buttons, one can not be simpler ...

This is pure plug and play, plug, increases the volume and go!


For blues / rock 60's / 70's, it is the ultimate amp I've tested!

PAr cons, I do not drive, I Rangemaster crazy one or the Lius ass, the sound is hell, fatty wish! Ideal for playing Led zep, ACDC etc ...

I play mainly 54 and a Gibson YOUR YOUR 60 Special. I can tell you that this amp and cut for his LP. With a strat, it is less obvious, then, I'll just say that I prefer to play my strat in another amp more appropriate.


I've had less than 6 months since I played I tried two dozen amps, I went through Laney Lionheart, Vox AC4, AC30, Marshall Class5; JCM 900, DSL401, Ampeg GVT5 and j ' on ...

If I should redo this choice, I admit that I hesitate with Field 57 ... But just a matter of taste, if you are an aficionado of grain Marshall, go for it! The price / quality ratio is pretty good if like me you bought initially at least € 600 (combo version), this is a good report, but when you see it today sells for more 700 €, it is better to think and not crash.