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Marshall [JTM30 Series] JTM310 [1994-1997]

Marshall [JTM30 Series] JTM310 [1994-1997]
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28 reviews

Oct, 2014

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(Based on 28 reviews)

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great with live playing

 

It was a good first live amp and I did keep it for a few years until I eventually sold it. It never went down on me and for the price was the best and loudest I could afford at the time. I play a ...

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Not a bad pick up

 

Marshall has seriously got down he tubes in recent years...no pun intended. Their amps has a bland cold tone that sound harsh and flat whether its in your bedroom playing or even on stage. I have p...

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Spacious amp

 

Marshall has seriously got down he tubes in recent years...no pun intended. Their amps has a bland cold tone that sound harsh and flat whether its in your bedroom playing or even on stage. I have p...

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User review Marshall [JTM30 Series] JTM310 [1994-1997] by moosers on Audiofanzine

 

I don't believe that they currently make the Marshall JTM 30, but you could probably find one used if you so desired, as they didn't make these all that long ago. However, if you can't find one I ...

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User review Marshall [JTM30 Series] JTM310 [1995-1997] by Audiofanzine FR on Audiofanzine

 

I've been using it for 2 months and I've played live with it. I love it in spite of its technical problems, but considering the price I paid for it, I won't complain! One last thing: use it with a...

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Marshall JTM30 Combo

 

I bought this amp second hand off a friend for £150 (Pounds Sterling). This amp is now discontinued but I figured its worth reviewing as on the second hand market these amps is pretty popular. I use it with a Epiphone SG400 with dual humbuckers. What...

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Marshall JTM30

 

I picked this up for a tidy £275 when looking for an amp that was loud enough to gig with and is valve driven. I got it second hand and it looked pretty old but that does not mean it was it bad condition - it felt very solid and durable. Its a all...

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Marshall JTM30

 

PART EXCHANGED MY JTM30 FOR A LANEY AOR50 & CAB(TOO HEAVY ROCK FOR BLUES!!) AT A GOOD SHOP IN FOLKESTONE, ENGLAND IN MARCH 2002.NOT A VERY HEAVY AMP, WEIGHT-WISE. SUPERB SOUND ON CLEAN CHANNEL. IT OVERDRIVES BEAUTIFULLY WHEN CRANKED UP. OVERDRIVE...

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