#1
I've been seeing this amp everywhere, not personally, but on tv and clips on the internet, pics and such. It's the Marshall head that is missing the "hall" on the logo, leaving the logo to just say "Mars". It looks like the other half of the word might've been broken off. Anyways, I don't think it can be the same amp in all these instances. It seems like I saw Motorhead have one at some point that just says Mars, and maybe High On Fire. And I just saw it in the "Before The Music Dies" documentary. And other places that I can't recall at the moment. I'm sure I've seen it with a different band at least 10 times. Maybe it's a defect, or some kind of inside joke or story that I don't know about? Can someone help me out here?
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#5
Some guy on HC was sellin a Randall that he modded to say "anal" LOL
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#6
lars from rancid has snapped the 'hall' and the first part of the 'M' off so his says 'lars'
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#10
You sure it just says Mars and not Marsha?? Marsha is a Dave Friedman thing....
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#11
I had a Marshall 1978 JMP W/ a JCM 800 Cab I did that too. The head said Mars and the Cab said Marsha. And I put a Anime sticker on the cab next to it.

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#12
For years I played a snall, then it became a sna due to further damage to the logo.