Solid Year 260W Keyboard Driver
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Solid Year 260W Keyboard Driver
Links to other Marshall sites. In these early years the amps, their features and especially the cosmetics varied a lot.
Early saw the introduction of models and These were the first Marshall combos. It was built from up to It didn't actually have a model number at first, but later it was called a JTM It is said that the first prototype and early production amps were fitted with two beam power tetrodes, three ECC83's and a GZ34 rectifier tube, but soon KT66 tubes were used instead of the 's. Solid Year 260W Keyboard
These amps had 2 channels with each a volume control and two inputs making a total of Solid Year 260W Keyboard inputs. There was also a power switch and a standby switch with a power indicator.
The first JTM45 amps had no model number printed on them. In these cabinets were given the model number They were angled front cabinets and were fitted with four 12" Celestion G speakers, instead of the four 10" Jensen speakers in an open cabinet like Fender did.
Late or early the ceramic speakers were replacing the alnico's. Very few of the 2x12" horizontal extension cabinets were built and these cabinets are very rare. The speakers were two Celestion G speakers.
These G speakers were 'M' magnet speakers with an H cone. These are not the small magnet Gs, but are actually 25W Greenbacks with a different cone, sounding different than a typical 25W Greenback Solid Year 260W Keyboard a 's 4x12 cab. Note that the typical pF bright cap wasn't fitted on the earliest models.
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It had 4 channels and 8 inputs. It had 2 channels and 4 inputs. It was the PA version of the It was the Bass version of the The original JTM45 was renamed to this model The tremolo was optional. Photograph of a JTM45 from It was the Organ version of the So the JTM50 amps were in production for less than a year from to This increased power handling was probably due Solid Year 260W Keyboard the four Celestion ceramic speakers Solid Year 260W Keyboard in these cabinets.
These were probably G Greenbacks. The tremolo was an option. The JTM's In the first prototype and production W amps model were constructed using two 50W output transformers. Shortly later W output transformers were used.