#2
appears to be an old JMP 59' which is essentially a plexi if I recall properly. It's a classic stereo input Marshall and at it's currenty price of 240 it looks like a hell of a deal if it works at all.
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#5
it's a jmp super p.a.100 but i can't see the year.it looks like the front has been redone covering the model type but it looks like a '68.
helluva deal for that head.
Last edited by blues n cues at Jun 29, 2010,
#6
Sweeeet! Someone local should definitely buy it.
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#7
those old PA's are pretty sought after now too.
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#8
There is no power cable and it hasn't been tested which means that it may not work at all. Its a risky purchase as you may end up dropping a lot of money into the thing to get it working.

With that said, if you're willing to spend the money it is a great amp.