#1
Can Marshall still match a SUHR SL-67 in quality and sound?

I like to play Hendrix, Smashing Pumpkins, Led Zeppelin, Black Keys. I'm looking for the perfect amp. Which one?
#2
Don't know much about Suhr, but Splawn is my all time favorite for a Marshally sound.
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#3
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Don't know much about Suhr, but Splawn is my all time favorite for a Marshally sound.


+3.1415 Marshall hasn't made any great amps for quite a while. Suhr is great, unfortunaly i have no experence with their amps.

i own two splawns, a Promod (quickrod w/kt88's) and a nitro (also kt88).

the EL34 quickrod is better for the more marsally tone.
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#4
No, the Suhr SL67 and SL68 absolutely slay. For a real Plexi circuit, I haven't heard anything better tuned to my tastes. Only downside is they're ridiculously overpriced, IMO. Even used they're more expensive than comparable amps from Germino or Metro. Better be sure you want a Plexi though. They're definitely not for everyone, and honestly, you might be better off with a low wattage tweed or Supro clone for those tones. Pumpkins are all pedals, lots of Zep stuff was Supro, Auerbach uses a lot of stuff, but a tweed or similar is usually among his amps. Hendrix's recordings are all over the place as far as amps go.
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I like to play Hendrix, Smashing Pumpkins, Led Zeppelin, Black Keys. I'm looking for the perfect amp. Which one?

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#6
I'd get a bogner shiva for that kinda stuff.
Or a ceriatone JTM-100.

Plus some consistent overdrive, like the GFS greenie.
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#7
I have following criteria:

Would almost only be used at home, so should be able to go as low as minimum 20W
Both new and used are okay.
I think I can find the money for the expensive ones also if its really that great. But would say I prefer around <3000$.
I will probably buy it online in UK or Germany.
I like to play: Hendrix, Smashing Pumpkins, Led Zeppelin, Black Keys (So I will use OD -and Fuzz pedals also).
I prefer the amp has FX loop if not any reverb installed.
#8
Look at the Fargen Mini-Plex or the Freidman Pink Taco would be worth a look
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#9
A Plexi is just about the worst home amp you can buy, and an effects loop in a non master volume amp is useless. The PT50 would probably be a better amp for you if you like those tones.
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#10
I have a 50 m2 (540 square feet) room on my 1st floor for my gear. Just so you do not think its for a small bedroom :-)