#1
Hey there pit.

How much would a hardly used, recently revalved Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo from 1989 be In pounds sterling?

Well what would be a good price for it?

I have a chance to buy one and don't want to pay over the odds for one.

Cheers
Chris.

edit
Owner advised us to get it set up due to some noises being heard when off standby.
Effect the price much?

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
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Last edited by Chrisiphone at Oct 22, 2008,
#3
Sorry to rush everyone but just need a few more peoples opinion, I want to buy it as soon as possible!

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
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Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#4
if you have the cash and want it, go get it, JCM800`s don`t just pop up all the time, not around here anyway.

i tryed that JCM800 head out OMG..... it was freaking amazing.
#5
Thanks slayerdeath! Your help is greatly appreciated!

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#6
if its from '89, then i'd think it would be over $2000 us, so 1000 pounds and up.

and the 'noise' could be anything from power tubes, to dust
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#7
1. The JCM 800 4104 actually fairly common. I've seen a few on CL just last month go for 650.

2. They usually don't go over 8-900, with around 7 being the average.

3. It's 100 watts.

So, do not pay more than 800 for it.

If it has a possible problem, don't pay more than 7.

That is all.

Also: Where are you located?

EDIT: Prices are in US dollars. So you can find one in GB for even less. Like, 250-300 pounds, I would think.
#8
Hello again!
Im the proud owner of a Marshall JCM 800 4104 now!
Bought it off ebay so shall be collecting it in Stockport tomorrow!
I paid the grand total of... £251 for it!

Thanks for the information Goolz, but it is a 50 watts!
You're price ranges were more useful than the people saying over £1000.
Marshall JCM 800's are fairly common on ebay.co.uk but the 50w combos hardly ever come up, especially the single channel ones.

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#9
Congratulations... that's a hell of an amp for the money.


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#10
i wouldnt spend any more than about £500 on a jcm800, i think the jubilees go for more and i got mines for £600, i was going to get a jcm800 a few weeks ago for £250 but changed my mind, as for needing it looked at, if it needs looked at then that knocks some money off the value of the amp aswell
#11
awesome find.... 250, i think thats about $500 which is a HELL of a price for a 800, i`m jelous LOL.... have fun with it, and take care of it, it`s worth more then you payed for it.
#12
Quote by Chrisiphone
Hello again!
Im the proud owner of a Marshall JCM 800 4104 now!
Bought it off ebay so shall be collecting it in Stockport tomorrow!
I paid the grand total of... £251 for it!

Thanks for the information Goolz, but it is a 50 watts!
You're price ranges were more useful than the people saying over £1000.
Marshall JCM 800's are fairly common on ebay.co.uk but the 50w combos hardly ever come up, especially the single channel ones.



I think when I looked it up, I typed 4103 instead of 4104.

Anyway, congrats!
#13
Thanks guys!
Im chuffed to bits.
Pics tomorrow if im able to!

Epiphone Les Paul Standard w/ SD Alnico Pro II's
Fender Aerodyne Telecaster & Stratocaster
Marshall JCM 800 4104 combo


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#14
Quote by bjovi400
if its from '89, then i'd think it would be over $2000 us, so 1000 pounds and up.

and the 'noise' could be anything from power tubes, to dust


The only "vintage" (if JCM800s can even be called vintage) Marshall amps that are worth a lot of money are the plexis and JTM45s.