1962 HW being discontinued?

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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby burnsy » 05 Dec 2016, 03:25

Gotta make room for the Marshall dishwasher!
Marshall DSL401 Combo
Ampmaker 18w Combo
Orange Tiny Terror 'Hard Wired'
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Previous Amps:
Vox AC30, Sound City 50, JTM45, JMP50, 9004, DSL50, 9001, EL84 20/20, Class 5, 2266

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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby Anitoli » 05 Dec 2016, 12:55

burnsy wrote:Gotta make room for the Marshall dishwasher!


It should look like this.......
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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby billy » 05 Dec 2016, 15:04

So that's what a Marshall dishwasher looks like. No wonder they're so popular...
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JVM410HJS w/Orange Divo OV4 and JJ 6CA7 power tubes
Marshall Code 100 Head into 2x12 w/Golds; its not always "Marshally", but it is very musical & fun to play
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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby Bijou Drains » 08 Dec 2016, 07:15

Anitoli wrote:
burnsy wrote:Gotta make room for the Marshall dishwasher!


It should look like this.......


DORO! :Thumbs
1965 SG Special (Polaris White)
1968 SG Special (Dark Cherry)
1989 Les Paul Custom (Cherry Sunburst)
2003 Custom Shop Pete Townshend Les Paul Deluxe, #3, Goldtop
2010 Les Paul Standard 50th Anniversary 1960 R0, V.3
Two 2013 Rudolf Schenker Flying V's
2017 Les Paul Standard HP (Blueberry Burst)

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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby TM1 » 21 Dec 2016, 21:15

billy wrote:So that's what a Marshall dishwasher looks like. No wonder they're so popular...

Yeah, you can load it from the front or the back.. :howdy

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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby Gridlock » 24 Dec 2017, 07:39

Glad that I recently bought back my 2016 Marshall 1962hw with Eric Collins grill cloth.

I guess that the fact that the store that I sold it to, could not move the amp it after six months (at a fair price), is an indicator of demand.

It’s up to us 1970’s to 1990’s Rockers to pass on this Rock heritage to the younger generation.
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1967 Fender Super Reverb-Amp
1994 Fender '63 Vibroverb RI
2016 Fender ‘68 Custom Princeton Reverb
2016 Marshall 1962hw Bluesbreaker
2016 Marshall Astoria Combo
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1999 Fender American Standard Telecaster
2009 Fender American Standard Stratocaster
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Re: 1962 HW being discontinued?

Postby revrandfaze » 24 Dec 2017, 10:18

surfnorthwest wrote:If specs are the same the amps should sound the same. Some guys just like the old school handwired amps, I include myself in that. It does make the amps much easier to modify and does allow for better components. I think Marshall will hold on to a few vintage amps while they refresh their amp catalog. I will see what I can find out when I speak with them at NAMM next month.

I like the handwired amps better as well. They have a different feel and response to me. Maybe it’s just me but that’s what I have discovered playing handwired amps over the years.

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