#1
Today I saw what would possibly be my dream amp, and I have the money for it
It's an 80's 30 Watt-all Tube Marshall combo

But...

Im in Sweden on a trip right now, and I live in Mexico, for those who don't know, here in Sweden an outlet on the wall gives you 220V, in Mexico it only gives 115V.

So...
Will it work in mexico with just an adapter, or is there some kind of transformator (sp?) I can use??? Any other solution that's not to expensive?

Please I'm desperate...

Thanks in advance
Rig:
MIM Fender Strat

Vox V847A Wah
Dunlop JH-F1 Fuzz Face
Boss DS-1
Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9 x2!!!
Boss Passive A/B Box
Boss BF-3 Flanger
Boss Volume Pedal

Marshall 4203 Artist 30Watt Tube
Epiphone Electar Tube 30
#2
will not work without alot of hassle. There is a way though, i'm sure.
#3
I have just read this article about transformers and converters:

http://users.pandora.be/worldstandards/electricity.htm#adapters

(skip to the how to use your appliances abroad part)

An it says i can use a transformer with electronic equipment and a converter with electric equipment, so is an amp electric or electronic???

It also says that a converter should not be used for more than 2 hours but a transormer can be used for days, but, should the amp be electric, will a transormer do the trick? so I can use more than a few hours
Rig:
MIM Fender Strat

Vox V847A Wah
Dunlop JH-F1 Fuzz Face
Boss DS-1
Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9 x2!!!
Boss Passive A/B Box
Boss BF-3 Flanger
Boss Volume Pedal

Marshall 4203 Artist 30Watt Tube
Epiphone Electar Tube 30
#4
I would recommend the transformer if I were to recommend doing this, but I don't. Once you add in the cost of that transformer and shipping it back to Mexico -where you'll also have to pay duties- it's really just not worth it.
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