Jimi Hendrix Owned/Used/Recorded/Woodstock
1969 Marshall Superlead 100 Amplifier built in March,1969.
Jimi used this amp on stage from April, 1969. Concerts include but are not limited to: Woodstock Music and Art Fair 8/69, Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Color/ Sound Experiment 7/70, Isle of Wight, 8/70, Open Air Love & Peace Festival in Fehmarn, Germany, 9/70. These were some of the largest and most famous shows Jimi used this Marshall. Jimi also used this Marshall amp for rehearsals and to record the legendary Band of Gypsys. Head chief of Marshall heritage and archive services at Marshall Hq in Bletchley, England, Mr. Phil Wells, Inspected this amp for originality, letter from Marshall attesting to originality included in sale. Amp is in excellent working order.
Documented in biography: Jimi Hendrix: Electric Gypsy by Harry Shapiro & Caesar Glebbeek, page, 684. Included are 3 letters of authenticity.  Additional information & photos upon request to Reverb verified buyers. Marshall Hq Inspection Film Video link, serious inquiries please. The illustrated Jimi Hendrix : Page 12 For reference “One of Hendrix’s Legendary Marshall Amps”
***Jimi’s Marshall SuperLeads were in constant rotation due to heavy use.. the amp can be seen in photo to left of Jimi’s leg at the Legendary Woodstock Music And Arts Fair. Please contact prior to purchase to arrange desired method of delivery for this very special amp.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Super Lead 100
  • 1969
Made In
  • United Kingdom

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