Marshall JCM 2000 50 watt w/1960 A Cabinet Reviews
The Jcm 2000 series has been around the block. Having been the most attainable tube amp to the generation that made pop punk and harcore music a big deal, it's been spotted on a lot of stage and heard in a lot of recordings. It's essentially a working man's solution for getting a useable mid to high gain sound without venturing into the more exp... [read more on Audiofanzine]SonicPulverizer rated this unit on 2012-10-05.
Bottom line is that for the price, you can easily use this as a main amp for gigs to cover just about anything but hardcore metal. Great clean channel, decent classic gain channel and lots of gain in the ultra setting if you can tame it. Very versatile in frequency adjustments with the deep and the tone shift. You can grab one on the used mar... [read more on Audiofanzine]tonmazz rated this unit on 2012-08-06.
This is my number one amp for a reason. It sounds great on both footswitchable clean and distorted channels and allows me to cover a lot of ground with only a few effects in the series effects loop. While there are a few options I find useless (Lead Two mode and the Tone Shift button) this amp has all the options I can't do without and not a l... [read more on Audiofanzine]Fireguy8402 rated this unit on 2011-10-06.
I have to wonder where Marshall's gone in the last 25 years... they've gone from producing killer amps like the JMP, JCM800 2203/2204 and Silver Jubliee to overcompressed buzzy amps like the DSL, TSL, and the abomination that was the Mode Four. They're starting to get it again with amps like the Vintage Modern, which is FINALLY a true contender ... [read more on Audiofanzine]King Loudness rated this unit on 2011-05-01.
I wish they would put a choke in the amp to take pressure off the transformers. I have read that they sound even better when having proper trannies in there. This one was made in 2003 and I'm not sure what trannies were in it. It is priced very well in that you can find it around $650 used if you take some time and especially in this down marke... [read more on Audiofanzine]iamqman rated this unit on 2011-03-23.
this amp kicks ass 12o% A+++ it's built like a tank and covers every tone marshall has made from the 5o's through today in one head. excellent reverb (when it was alive) and tons of tone to choose from. expensive but guaranteed for life and probably worth good $$$ in 3o years or so. [read more on Audiofanzine]lemon of pink rated this unit on 2005-02-22.
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