1990 BEDROCK MODEL 1200 50 WATT ALL TUBE HEAD. Ultra rare factory White snakeskin tolex. 

This amp is designed and hand built in USA in 1990 (dated with transformers and caps), and is known as the “Marshall Killer”, and is a favorite amp of Joe Perry of Aerosmith and Earl Slick. Tone wise, it's pretty close to JMP/JCM with extra oomph.

The transformers on this amp are huge and beefy, supplying consistent high plate voltage contributing to its unique tone.

The amp is loaded with a pair of Ruby Labeled Russian made Svetlana EL34 power tubes, and it sounds great, producing sparkly cleans and powerful overdrive. Roll down the volume on the guitar and it cleans up nicely. It is perfect for Classic Rock! Pull shift on the volume pot takes the gain and tone to another level. 

If works perfectly without any problems, all the pots work great without any noise. Amp was cleaned and tested in my shop and is in 100% working condition. 

The factory snakeskin tolex has some scuffs and small tears, but for a 32 year old head, it’s pretty clean. Please check the pictures for its condition. Thanks for looking and have fun!!

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ConditionVery Good (Used)
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