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I was in the shop today when i thought i spied a Marshall Bluesbreaker combo. But, in fact it was something much different. It was still a tube combo with 4 inputs. It also had two channels, tremolo and clean. The tremolo included controls such as tone, volume, width, and speed. the clean was just tone and volume.

 

Can anyone shed some light on this model?

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It look like dis:

 

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Marshall-1962-Bluesbreaker-Combo-Amp?sku=482795

 

i didn't get a good look at it, nor was anyone around to answer my questions.

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http://www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=810593

 

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Marshall makes a couple of "Bluesbreaker" combo amps. This one is the 30 watt version, which basically is a JTM 45 amp in 2x12 combo form. I have one, and they are awesome. I have a couple of old JTM 45's, and a Park Bluesbreaker from "the day", and this re-issue compares nicely.

 

Marshall also makes a handwired 1974X 18 watt 1x12 combo that is supposed to be sweet. The original Marshall 18 watt combo amps are some of the most sought after vintage amps.

 

Was it new, or used??

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