#1
Here , the Marshall JCM800 is called Marshall 2203 (JCM800 reissue).
Is this just a new name, or is there any difference to amp specifications?

Is it better or worse than a JCM800 from a few years ago?
#2
dont different types of marshall have different numbers?
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#3
I'm not sure about the numbers, but its worse considering how much you have to pay for one compared to a vintage used one.
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#4
JCM 800s have always been 2203 for 100 watt and 2204 for 50 watt. 2205 is for the two channel version. 1959SLP is your standard 100 watt plexi, 1987 is the 50 watt plexi. Add x or xl onto the end of those numbers and you get the reissue
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#5
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JCM 800s have always been 2203 for 100 watt and 2204 for 50 watt. 2205 is for the two channel version. 1959SLP is your standard 100 watt plexi, 1987 is the 50 watt plexi. Add x or xl onto the end of those numbers and you get the reissue


Thanks for clearing that up.