#1
Hey, i just bought a JCM 900 4100 series amp head. Just wanted to know what is your opinion of these amps. I havent gotten to use it yet cause it needs tubes.
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#3
Well they are too modern for my taste, but for metal and hard rock they are great choice!
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#4
i love my jcm 900 im still lookign for a better amp to play softer stuff on, to a/b with it. but i dont ahve the money atm. are you going to be a/b ing it with your randall?
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#5
well the randall is really modern metal too (think dime live tone) i was gonna use hte 900 for cleans and to run with hte randall for distortion. 2 amps at once
My gear
Guitars
1.Jackson RR5
2.Epiphone LP Custom (gibson burstbucker in bridge)
3.Washburn Dime 332 (Bill Lawrence L-500XL)
4.Fender Standard Strat

Amps
1989 Randall RG-100-ES, Marshall Jcm 900
Cabinet
1999 Marshall 4x12 1960A
#6
my dual reverb has decent cleans nothing like the classic 30 i tried. you might want to look into that. or maybe a classic 50 if you want more head room. pick them up on ebay.
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#7
900s are ok. they arent ballsy like the 800 tho, but there is more gain. just too nicey nice of an amp for me
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well the randall is really modern metal too (think dime live tone) i was gonna use hte 900 for cleans and to run with hte randall for distortion. 2 amps at once


The 4100 does have two channels though doesn't it? If I'm thinking about the same model you should be able to switch gain in and out.
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#9
yea the 4100 series is a dual channel amp. but if hes wanting cleans i wouldnt go with a marshall...well not a jcm900
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#10
Actually JCM900 Dual Reverbs can definetly have good cleans. I think it has the best cleans of a Marshall since the JTM45.

Why else did Dave Navarro use on in the Chilis?
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#11
I have a jcm 900 4501 (dual reverb combo). Personally I love it. Pretty good clean, great crunch, and good distortion.

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