Here is a rare JMP amp that I am guessing not many have seen. It is a 1969 model 1930 "Popular" combo.
The amp is similar to the same vintage 1958 2x10 combo,with two channels and tremolo, but the amp was originally 10 watts instead of 18 watts.
My amp has been converted to the 18 watt circuit. My tech said that the conversation appears to have been professionally done and with period correct components.
I have read that this conversion to 18 watts was somewhat common for this amp.
I've never seen or heard of this model Marshall, until I found this amp, and I have been a Marshall guy since buying my first JMP 2204 half stack as a kid.
This amp is still running the original 2x10's (Celestions?) and to my ears, it sounds better than the two 1974x's that I have owned.
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