#1
I am currently looking at trading my Epiphone Futura Prophecy EX Custom for one of these. I am wondering first though, what is the value of the amp now, [this ones in mint condition] and what kind of tone can i expect from the amp clean, and gain wise?
Also, what year was these made?!?
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Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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#2
help please?
would this be a good trade?
Bump.
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
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GK Neo 4x10
#3
yeah its worth like 600-750 id say. slash used a jcm900 i believe. whether its the mrkIII or not its beyond me but distorted you will probably get along that sound. cleans i have no idea.
#4
^ Slash used an 800
Cleans are nice, gain is awesome. Is it the combo or the head?
Good amp for rock -> metal.
I've not had much chance to really play mine properly so I can't give a proper lot of feedback
If you check the Marshall thread which is lurking a few pages back there is a chart that's pretty good info for Marshall amps.

I would say do it though, that's a pretty good trade.
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#5
900 MKIIIs are awesome - they're basically a boosted JCM 800. I'd definitely buy one if the opportunity arose.

If it's a Dual Reverb though, run away!
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Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#6
Quote by bubb_tubbs
If it's a Dual Reverb though, run away!


The Dual Reverbs aren't that bad.

Seriously though, get it. The MKIII's are great amps.
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#7
its not a dual reverb. so trade it for sure?
Gear:

Fender Roadhouse Strat
EC-1000 JB/'59
Fender Mark Hoppus bass
Eleven Rack
Peavey Classic 50 power amp
Avatar 2x12
GK Neo 4x10