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Tube Amp Hall of Fame #23
build your own? clone page
18 Watt Marshall Clone page
Marshall 1974x and 1974

AMPAGE--- go to their site and build your own.
The cabinet is reminiscent of a 20 watter, but it is a superior 18 watt chassis
so the  clone add said, yes a clone, real class A tube saturation

the pics were huge and dont look good shrunk.
But this is what we get in a trade off internet size box.
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Marshall 18 Watt Red 212 Combo
GDS Clone Kit with Swanson Cabinet and Celestion V30 12" speakers.

NOTE: I installed the logo myself.
I do this as a hobby. But I have 20 years experience with Tube Amps.
If you built this yourself, here's the cost (go check online):
GDS Kit --------------------------- $750.00
Swanson Type I 2x12 with ---- $445.00
2 Celestion V30 Speakers ----- $160.00
Vintage Reissue Logo ---------- $25.00

Marshall 1974x 18w reissue
turn it up to 10 and control everything at the guitar
you can tell the real thing by the tube lay out. the EL84's
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Turn a Fender Blues Junior into a Marshall 18 or 20 watt
Check it out  cool stuff
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JTM45 hand wired circuit board
This is a replica of the first Marshall Amp ever built.
two KT-66 for the power tubes, three ECC83 for the preamp tubes
 and has a GZ34 Rectifier.
loaded with 15 watt Celestion G12 Alnico Silvers
 which sound like Celestion Blue Alnicos.
Marshall Limited Edition handwired JTM-45
This one is 23/300