A stunning Marshall JTM45 Bluesbreaker from 1966. A truly spectacular vintage amplifier – a 1966 Marshall JTM45 Mk...
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A stunning Marshall JTM45 Bluesbreaker from 1966.
A truly spectacular vintage amplifier – a 1966 Marshall JTM45 Mk IV Model 1962 2×12 Tremolo to give it its full title – and one we are very excited to have up for sale.
Internal parts/transformers etc all original/correct (aside from minor items replaced during service), original undamaged Greenbacks dated Jun 8th/9th 1966. Please see photos below to assess condition – internal shots follow soon – get in touch for further details or to request photos. Mullard ECC83s and NOS GEC KT66s fitted.
In very good cosmetic condition, with only minor scuffing and small rips/tears to tolex on a few edges, two very small holes in grille cloth; it looks superb and sounds stunning.
We have over 70 shots of this amp in total – they will be added to this listing but if you need to see the detailed internals please get in touch.
A collectors piece for sure, but it is also an utter joy to play through.
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