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    Marshall 1970's 412 Cabinet
    Features:

    If you're the type that likes Marshall 412's (and you know you are) this is the the top of the heap, King Hell coolest of the cool. Basket weave, tattered but not torn, missing/torn/scuffed tolex in all the right places and has the original no-label Celestions that have been reconditioned by the speaker reconditioning gnomes that live in the basement of the Guitar Emporium. Sounds fantastic and is unrivaled on the cool scale.

    Model: U101215412
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $750.00
    Marshall 1998 DSL-50  JCM 2000 50 watt
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    Excellent condition, probably didn't see too much of the whole gigging thing. It has all the rocking, gainy goodness that you'd expect from a JCM 2000 series, 50 watts so you're not melting faces off with sheer volume and, let's face it, there's nothing cooler than a Marshall stack. We even have the matching cabinet if you're leaning that way.

    Model: T05252017JCM
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $750.00
    Marshall DSL 15C 1x12 Combo w/footswitch
    Features:

    Very good condition, sounds great in the modern Marshall bag, Celestion G12E60, footswitch, Rock. Here's what the Marshall website says about it: The DSL15C is an all-valve 15 Watt combo that delivers on tone. Powered by two 6V6 power valves and three ECC83s in the preamp, the DSL15C’s guts are as serious as its big brother, the DSL100H. With footswitchable Classic/Ultra Gain channels, Deep switch to boost lower-end chunk, and on the back panel, a Pentode/Triode switch for maximum flexibility (15 Watt to 7.5 Watt), the DSL15C perfectly combines performance, versatility and value for money. The DSL15C is loaded with a single 12? Celestion® G12E speaker, and is supplied with a two button footswitch for channel change and Reverb on/off.

    Model: T07072016DSL
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $450.00
    Marshall Gabriel Amps 18 Watt handwired
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    Really fantastic recreation of one of the all-time great amps, the Marshall 18 watt. This guy isn't a Marshall, it's made by the Gabriel Amp Co. out of Chicago which is now closed, the builder retired so I'm told. "Never been out of the house" condition, hand-wired excellence, sounds incredible and looks fantastic. If you're not familiar with the 18 watters, don't let the low wattage fool you, they're loud enough to play in almost any situation. Creamy, buttery tone of the gods. Get it!

    Model: C060317GB
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $1,200.00
    Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100
    Features:

    If you need to rock and I mean REALLY rock, your quest has ended my weary shredder. Pretty much any electric guitar sound can be obtained by this "one amp to rule them all" head from Marshall. Virtuall limitless tonal options, limitless headroom being 100 watts (if you do have it loud enough to overdrive the 4-EL34's, your venue better be Dodger Stadium) and a totally bitchin' footswitch. As far as the control surface goes, Raoul Duke said it best "The dashboard was full of esoteric lights and dials and meters that I would never understand" but fortunately, here's a cut and paste from the Marshall website to explain it: The TSL100’s three completely independent, footswitchable channels (Clean, Crunch and Lead) effectively give you three different classic amps in one casing. Each channel has its own controls for Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle and Bass. The Clean channel also has a Mid Boost switch, while the Crunch and Lead channels each have their own Tone Shift switches which ‘scoop’ out the mids. 4 x EL34 output valves and 4 x ECC83 preamp valves Footswitchable Accutronics Spring Reverb with Dual controls (one for Clean, one for Crunch/Lead) Individual Presence controls and Deep switches for Clean and Crunch/Lead channels Two Parallel FX loops (footswitchable) XLR DI output featuring Marshall’s acclaimed speaker emulation, allowing direct connection to recording or PA mixing desks without the need for microphones or DI boxes A Power Amp Mute facility for silent recording via the built-in DI A ruggedly built, 5-way LED footcontroller which gives you the ability to switch between the three individual channels, plus switch the Reverb and the two FX Loops on/off An innovative Virtual Power Reduction (VPR) switch which, when engaged, emulates the sound and feel of a 25 Watt valve power amp The JCM2000 TSL100 was manufactured at the Marshall production facility in Bletchley, England between 1998 and 2009.

    Model: T02172017JCM20
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $775.00
    Marshall JCM900 1960A Slant w/ casters
    Features:

    This guy didn't see many gigs, if any, it's in probably the best condition of any used 4x12 that we've had. Maybe it lived in a roadcase but that would make the caster nonsensical so let's go with it was a stay at home cab. Whew! Anyway....looks, sounds and feels like a Marshall 4x12, has Celestion 75 watters, does the stereo thing and is not light. Rock on.

    Model: T05252017412
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $450.00
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    Marshall MBC115
    Features:

    Bass tone, thick as $h!+!!! Cut-&-Paste Cut-&-Paste Cut-&-Paste Cut-&-Paste Cut-&-Paste: The Marshall MBC115 is a 300W, 4-ohm bass speaker cabinet, sturdily built and ready for life on the road. The MBC115 speaker cab contains one 15" speaker with an HF horn. Marshall listened to bass players' requirements, and made the decision to give you options of the most favored and asked-after extension cabinets, to complement your bass head or combo. This extension cabinet can be used with the Marshall MB450H amp head, as well as the range of Marshall MB bass combos, and it is finished in Marshall black textured vinyl with a black speaker grill.

    Model: T091716MB
    Manufacturer: Marshall
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    Price: $399.00