The Marshall 1974X 18W 1x12 Combo Amp is a pristine hand wired reissue of the model 1974, a combo originally produced from 1965 to 1968. Marshall initially Introduced the 1974 as a practice combo amp in 1965, sure it wasn't as loud as the terror-inducing heads Marshall was producing at the time, but the 1974 could rock, giving up incredible lead and crunch tone at relatively low volumes. The 1974X features beautifully done point-to-point, handwired, tagboard circuit all house in an aluminium chassis, loaded with 2 EL84 tubes in the power amp, 3 ECC83s (12AX7)s in the preamp, an EZ81 rectifier tube, and features tube-driven tremolo. An amazing sounding, aged reissue of the 20W, ceramic magnet Celestion T1221 speaker, just like the one used in the original adds to the Marshall 1974X's tonal authenticity. Marshall even worked hand in hand with Dagnall in order to duplicate the original off the shelf transformers they used in the original 1974X, that’s how far Marshall went to get this reissue right. Marshall includes a footswitch with the1974X Combo Amp. You can find this and many more Marshall Amplifiers at Worldmusicsupply.com! Handwired reissue of the model 1974 18W 2 EL84 power tubes 3 ECC83 (12AX7) preamp tubes EZ81 rectifier tube Tube-driven tremolo Aged reissue 12 inch Celestion T1221 24" W x 20" H x 9" D 42 lbs.
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