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    Default Re: Most stereotypically Marshall amp?

    Just my opinion but whichever Marshalls Paul and Ace were using on Kiss' Love 'Em And Leave 'Em.
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    Default Re: Most stereotypically Marshall amp?

    Quote Originally Posted by SlyFoxx View Post
    JVM 410. Does just about every Marshall.
    My JVM210H had some noise issues at high gain but man that was a fun amp to play. I kinda miss it but I've no need for anything above 25W right now.

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    Default Re: Most stereotypically Marshall amp?

    Quote Originally Posted by B2D View Post
    My JVM210H had some noise issues at high gain but man that was a fun amp to play. I kinda miss it but I've no need for anything above 25W right now.
    I haven't needed 100 watts ever even when with my last full band back in '08. But I had gone through a Switchblade and a Lone Star Special and then landed on the Marshall. Good thing it didn't need to be cranked to sound good for what I needed it to do.

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