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    Some Parks have that, there are some oddballs out there!!
    Have seen my share of those
    Still trying to see if I can get some more on those!
    It looks like a 100 watter version of the old 45 watter head!
    Only thing that is really strange...where are the caps??

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    whofan i had a picture of the back up this morning.i must have done something to mess it up.

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    Hi Peter,
    Why not just upload ALL of the pictures to photobucket, then provide us with a link to view them there. Would save you a bit of frustration and help us figure out what you have, although I'll admit I'm worthless in identifying old amps, I'm pretty curious myself. Photos of the front and back panel though, please!

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    noisenet i havent a clue how to use photobucket.i was lucky getting the photos posted that i did

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    Default Re: old marshall head

    Quote Originally Posted by peter.lenaghan View Post
    noisenet i havent a clue how to use photobucket.i was lucky getting the photos posted that i did

    peter
    They don't have instructions on the site? I use photobucket all the time and it's always been easy to use...

    You could also try attaching the photos directly to the post... under the message entry window there's an "Additional Options" section and a button that says, "manage attachments."

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    bd2 i have tryed what yoy saidhttp://seymourduncan.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=5263&stc=1&d=116188568 8
    get-attachment.aspx.jpg

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    thanks b2d this way works easier for me.this the first photo i posted yesterday.it has got lost so i amhttp://seymourduncan.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=5265&stc=1&d=116190036 4
    get-attachment.aspx2.jpg posting it again
    Last edited by peter.lenaghan; 10-26-2006 at 03:04 PM.

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    Hmmmm, that didn't work....

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    noisenet can you not get the last two photos i posted just before you posted i can get them on my computer

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    Heya Peter,
    That's weird, last time I was here, the last two photos didn't show up, only the embedded link. Weird. I even tried pasting the URL into a different session and it didn't work.

    Nonetheless, I don't think it's a Marshall. Seems to me to be an old Park (made by Marshall I think, though I'm not sure). My guess is someone stuck a Marshall plate on there to make it look like a Marshall. I know lots of people do that cause a bunch of Marshall stuff looks cool.

    So, how's this amp sound?

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    http://www.plexipalace.com/plexiboar...t=park&start=0

    A bunch of great park pics here. Check the whole thread....

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    kevlar3000
    thanks for the links my amp looks a lot like them.does it matter there being el34 valves in it.as i mentioned in an earlier post there was kt66 scratched on the chassis next to one of the valves.

    peter

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    They can be tweaked to run with a number of power tubes including kt66's.

    That definitely looks like a Park to me though. Parks were made by Marshall and were Marshall's in every way that counts. Once upon a time Marshall signed an exclusive distribution deal that turned out to be a huge mistake because the distributor couldn't move enough product to meet demand. Marshall got around it by introducing the Park line which is a rebranded Marshall of that era.

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    thanks everyone for your help
    the architech so there should not be much difference in the sound from a marshall plexi and a park plexi

    peter

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    I have never seen a Park with a face pannel layout like that amp has...
    If you just read a post by The Guy Who Invented Fire please understand that opinions change, mind sets change and as players our ears mature...not to mention our needs grow and change. With that in mind, today I may or may not agree with the post you just read!

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    Parks have a few different layouts, some even had an offset panel.
    That one defently has the looks of an oddball Park!
    Even the box looks alot like the normal Park head!

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    rid it might not be the right cab for it.if you look at rear view photo,look at the left side of the chassis it has to be angled from the rest of the chassis so you can get the bolt in to secure it.

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    What ever it is, then it sure looks like something out of the 60's....but man...it is in a bad shape costmetics wise!

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    i dont think its in to bad a state.i think the pictures are making it look like that.it could do with a shine up

    peter

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    oh by the way vin i sold the spiders i got a good deal on them only thing he wanted the leaves with them.i cant get rid of the troll do you want to buy one

    peter

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