#1
Is there a way to order a product's original lead from marshall? Its just I've lost my AFD100 power chord at a gig, and i was wondering if anyone knows if marshall would/could sell the original plug separately?

Thanks
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#3
I prefer to use an G5 power chord.

but in seriousness, most should do, just make sure the do actually match up, though it shouldn't be much of a problem(:
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Is there a way to order a product's original lead from marshall? Its just I've lost my AFD100 power chord at a gig, and i was wondering if anyone knows if marshall would/could sell the original plug separately?

Thanks


try talking to an authorized Marshall dealer as i doubt that Marshall would sell one directly to you.
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you can use any power chord.


dude that'll kill teh moj0s
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#6
I needed a new footswitch for my Marshall TSL 122 combo. I emailed Marshall to ask if they would repair it, and they said it was too cheap (at £30) to repair, and they didn't sell them. so I went into my local Sound Control guitar shop as it was then, and they sold me one that was with another amp in the shop. It's worth a try. You probably would feel happier with a 'genuine' Marshall product rather than an ordinary power cable of the same power value.
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I needed a new footswitch for my Marshall TSL 122 combo. I emailed Marshall to ask if they would repair it, and they said it was too cheap (at £30) to repair, and they didn't sell them. so I went into my local Sound Control guitar shop as it was then, and they sold me one that was with another amp in the shop. It's worth a try. You probably would feel happier with a 'genuine' Marshall product rather than an ordinary power cable of the same power value.


Except marshall doesn't actually make the power chord. That would be a massive waste of time and money for them. Something like that would be bought from a manufacturer or OEM and just put in every box with an amp. It will be just like every other power chord out there.
#8
It's not a genuine Marshall product. Marshall buys the same 50 cent cords from the same indonesian sweatshop that everyone else does. That's why they don't sell them. They're not in any way a Marshall product, they just happen to come with a Marshall product, like the packing peanuts in the box.
#10
+1 on the fact it's probably just a bog standard kettle lead
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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