#1
So, im gonna buy a Marshall JMP 2204/2203 off ebay... I live in europe and here electricity is 230V at 60Hz. If I buy an amp from US will the transformer be compatible with Europe? or they are only 110v?
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#2
you may have to change it, i think with some high end amps they are switchable between american voltage an european voltage
#3
I would play it safe regardless and just get a nice converter to plug into your wall.
#4
If you're really worried, you could always pick up an old Marshall transformer made for European specs. (Go with a Drake. Classic Master Volume transformer ) Lots of people modify their Marshalls and what not so you shouldn't be too hard-pressed to find some gut parts.

Or you could get a new transformer made by Mercury Magnetics and the like.
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#5
MMs are overpriced and undertoned, IMO. I saw a comparison between a Mercury, a Heyboer and a couple other OTs and the Mercury was by far the worst. Little note definition, very spongey and loose, and generally lacked balls.

Go for a Drake or a Heyboer if you can.
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#6
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MMs are overpriced and undertoned, IMO. I saw a comparison between a Mercury, a Heyboer and a couple other OTs and the Mercury was by far the worst. Little note definition, very spongey and loose, and generally lacked balls.

Go for a Drake or a Heyboer if you can.


Didn't those Trainwreck amplifiers use Heyboers?