'67 100w Marshall

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'67 100w Marshall

Postby LD50 on Tue Jul 15, 2014 10:03 pm

Not bad, few changes, shame about the recover.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Marshall-Plexi-100W-Superlead-1967-10-series-/271547763918?pt=UK_MusicalInstr_Amplifiers_RL&hash=item3f39820cce

What do you think of the price and 27day auction :| ?
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby appetite4distortion on Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:24 am

This guy is selling its creme of the crop lately!
I have purchased from him a late 67 JMP50 and it totally delivers what promised.
This one quite high considering the recover. I think that's the price of a pristine one but I'd still consider it more on the player side despite circuit highly clean. I'd say a bit less than 3k?
Great amp tho - interesting the use of 1202-132 with double rectifiers normally associated with -119 and jtm black flag, so I think it's one of the latest ones before single rectifier coming. AFAIK -132 should be exclusive to Summer/ Autumn 67
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby rainbow on Wed Jul 16, 2014 11:52 am

10321 was previosly recovered in Hiwatt like tolex as was quite a lot of 67 Superleads ( i saw at least five, played one of them) .
I simply adore those 67 Marshalls! both 50w and SL :mrgreen: Holy grails of Marshall tone for me :not_worthy:
I was short on the money at the time, so 10321 sliped away for good! :Doh:
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby LD50 on Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:08 pm

rainbow wrote:10321 was previosly recovered in Hiwatt like tolex as was quite a lot of 67 Superleads ( i saw at least five, played one of them) .
I simply adore those 67 Marshalls! both 50w and SL :mrgreen: Holy grails of Marshall tone for me :not_worthy:
I was short on the money at the time, so 10321 sliped away for good! :Doh:


Did you own that one? If so when? How did it sound/play?

I have had a couple of -132 amps through my hands. I thought very similar to the -119 I have or have fixed/tweaked. Thick rich tones and a very smooth transition into overdrive. Need a good pedal to really push them but they sound very good cascaded (I am not supposed to say that tho' :wink: ).
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby rainbow on Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:55 pm

The one i played about 5 years ago was ser no. 105.. sorry i forgot the last two digits :old:
10321 caught my attention ..because of the price mainly, than that tolex mentioned before and apart from being a 67, some digits ( 321) are easy to spot and to remember!
Congrats on your 3456 post :highfive: BTW,
The one i played also had 1202-132 and 1202-80 too and soundwise.. yes you described it well, in short,different from say 68 plexi.. authoritative, serious less sweet and sparkly ( i tryed my best to describe but..)
10321 was offered for sale about two years ago IIRC, but i was hesitant :popcorn:
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby appetite4distortion on Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:24 pm

Neil, FWIW here's my #10390 album:

https://plus.google.com/photos/10444959 ... dD5sOvA_AE

(this was when just received, I then further restored w/nos mc murdo sockets, and few other old parts)
-132 equipped too and one of the most ones I play too, on my top list. For the reason you said!

As you can see, BTW it's single rectifier which is the most used combo with -132.
To split hairs:
I don't know how much the -119 changes from -132 (some say -119 is bit more bassier?), but I believe a difference stands in the dual rectifiers vs single. Slight firmer and cleaner feeling eq "V shaped" vs sweeter/brighter with bit more crunchy mids (though still very different from any 68 dagnall).
Still very similar breed as you say, but IMO with few difference (that's why I would like a black flag too :evil:).

Here's a clip with same amp as mine -132 and single rect.:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZveZOnuHNo

I guess the one in the auction is even sort of a cross between this and the -119 black flags. Sounds promising 8)
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby janarn on Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:16 pm

My 10277 is a Black Flag.
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Re: '67 100w Marshall

Postby Ned B on Thu Jul 17, 2014 12:52 am

The -132 PT 100w has alluded me. You see a lot of the in the 103XX range, with both 1 & 2 droping resistors.
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