Here's a 1971 Marshall JMP 50 head with matching 4x12 cab. Ultra rare original purple tolex! The amp comes to us from the great Brian Ray (Paul McCartney's guitar player). It also belonged to Spin Doctors guitar player Eric Schenkman, and includes the flight case he used when touring. Both Eric and his amp tech's names are on the inside of the head (see photo)!

The head is a 4-input JMP 50 watt, model 1986. The cabinet is a metal handle, model 1935 4x12. With the exception of two changed capacitors, and the amp being professionally wired to be 16 ohms, everything on the head and cab are original. This includes all transformers and pots in the head, and all four 25-watt Celestion Green Back speakers. Everything is in perfect working condition....and sounds incredible!!!

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • JMP 50 Half Stack
Finish
  • Purple
Year
  • 1971
Made In
  • United Kingdom

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