#1
I seen a marshall jcm900 for sale in the paper yesterday. I'm wondering what the difference is between a jcm800, 900 or 2000 is? Do they still make the 900
#2
The JCM900 is a little more modern sounding than the 800 but less than the 2000. They don't make the originals JCM900's anymore but you can get reissues for a lot of money. You are best off buying used.

How much was it for sale for?

Did it say anything about retubing or servicing?
#3
This is one to get, especially with the EL84s.

I have had two, one with the 84's and one with the 5881.

People seem highly biased with the 84's, but in a gig situation, even the tone monkeys cant tell!

Great amps anyway (the originals anyway)!
#7
That is a pretty good price for both of them. I have seem them go for $1000+. Plan on retubing it after you get it though. That will cost some extra money.
#8
Tis a good amp, I like the dual reverbs better as well as the EL34's. JCM900's can't use EL84's (at least not with out some major surgery which is pointless) The 4100 is my favorite 900. And thats a good price for the head and cab, plus you can play it first before you buy it so thats good.
#9
Quote by davedoom
This is one to get, especially with the EL84s.

I have had two, one with the 84's and one with the 5881.

People seem highly biased with the 84's, but in a gig situation, even the tone monkeys cant tell!

Great amps anyway (the originals anyway)!


EL-34's are what you mean, EL-84's are low output and found in small cmobos.

JCM900's are basiclly a JCM800 on steroids and a JCM800 is a Plexi on steroids.
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