As you all know, music shops are not just a place where musicians try and buy gear but are also places where musicians go to chat and spend the time of day.
In this respect the Marshall shop was no different from any other music shop.
([email protected], 'Re: Gibson Minuteman', alt.guitar.amps, Aug 6, 1996) Greatest reverb and tremlo sound of it's time. (Fred Duffer) At 14 to 18 watts it is not really very loud but what a tone.
[...] reverb and tremlo [footswitch] (see pics) (ebay, June 21, 2003) Rate the GA-15RVT Explorer (white panel)... With volume below about 25% it is quite clean but roll it up above 50% and it really sings.
Over the years I have seen many changes in the music world, a fact clearly reflected by the diversity of the vast range of products that we currently offer.
Regardless of your playing style and needs there is a Marshall set-up that is perfect for you.
But there’s no doubt the Marshall stack would come to dominate the sound of rock and roll, beginning with that fateful day.Seymour Duncan Custom Shop '78 EVH F Spaced Trembucker.Although not a licensed signature model, this is the pickup that Seymour built for EVH back in 1978 and is the model you should think of when youre looking for the Brown Sound.Just click on any underlined text and it should open a picture; if you move your cursor over the pic and there's a magnifying glass displayed instead of your cursor, click the pic and it will expand it to larger size.Section below see page links at the bottom of this page (hit Control and End buttons) for 1000's more pieces of gear.Qualities I hasten to add that they couldn't find elsewhere at that time.It was from such conversations that I embarked upon the amp manufacturing business and it is a journey that I am still on today and enjoy as much as ever.: If you're not familiar with my site, it's simple, and you'll love it or hate it: (1) This page has gear that has recently arrived; (2) Links at the bottom of this page take you to most of our gear, logically arranged by manufacturer or type, e.g. (3) Lastly, my contains a lot of gear that hasn't made it back to the proper pages yet and is sort of in limbo until I move it.It's not a fancy site but it remains unchanged since '98 and I firmly believe, "if it ain't broke - don't fix it." All guitars and other gear have pictures.At the time, Marshall says that most felt the Fender Bassman was the amplifier to beat – but it wasn’t perfect.“Players like Pete Townshend, Ritchie Blackmore and ‘Big’ Jim Sullivan (one of the busiest session guitarists in England) pointed out to me, that although they used the Fender, it didn’t produce the sound they wanted.