#1
I've somehow ended up with a Marshall super lead 100. I'm certainly not complaining, its an awesome amp, and sounds absolutely cream-worthy when cranked. but thats the problem, hehe, i never play anywhere big enough to crank the beast!

i already knew this would happen, so, having read around i've uncovered two things i could do:

1. buy a power attentuator (such as the Marshall PB100), and that sounds like an alright idea (however will require a bit of saving)

2. get the amp modded, fitting a master volume mod. i know there's a few mods around out there, but just generally want to know what would be the better option...


...help! i love this amp and want to use it to its full extent!
#2
you dont know how you ended up with it?

you probably shouldnt mention it on the internet if you stole it.. just saying
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#3
Check out Weber attenuators

I've heard the Marshall one is crap.
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