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Steven Milne. Wish List—Back Line Equipment Guitar Amplification: Marshall Tsl100:

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Steven Milne. Wish list-back line equipment Guitar amplification: Marshall TSL100: £699.00 amp head X2 The brand new JCM2000 Triple Super Lead [TSL] series takes the critically acclaimed circuitry of the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead [DSL] range and then goes one step further.By giving you three independent channels and many innovative features, the all-valve TSL range puts an unheard of degree of control, flexibility and, most importantly, TONE at your finger tips. From crystal clean to the mightiest Marshall roar, the TSL does it all! The JCM2000 Dual Super Lead has been hailed by players and critics alike as 'The best Marshall ever made' Now with the advent of the Triple Super Lead - the best just got better.Marshall 1960A Cabinet: £359.00 X2 Great sound and looks however are not everything. Many years of experience mean that our speaker cabinets are also built to stand the test of time. Our highly skilled craftsmen construct them from the finest quality materials with precision corner locked joints, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware and the highest quality fittings.The Marshall Stack: If one thing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more than anything else it's the Marshall 4x12. Though often imitated, nothing compares with the original. The first 4x12 cab was designed and built by Jim Marshall in 1962. Since then we have made many thousands, which have appeared on stages both large and small all over the world.Bass amplification: Firebass 700: £539.00 x2 Features: · 700 watts RMS @ 2 ohms · 475 watts RMS @ 4 ohms · 275 watts RMS @ 8 ohms · 3-band active EQ with mid-frequency · Contour control · -10dB input pad · Tuner output · Footswitchable post-EQ switch & ground lift · DDTô speaker protection circuit w/ defeat switch · Preamp out/power amp in jacks · Active crossover w/ frequency variable from 100Hz to 1kHz Peavey 410 TVX cabinet: £349.00 x2 Features: · 350 Watts RMS continuous · 700 Watts RMS program · Available with 4 or 8 Ohms · Four 10" SheffieldÆ bass speakers · Front-vented enclosure · Horn-loaded tweeter with L-pad attenuator for tweeter and protection circuitry · 30 Hz to 15 kHz Keyboard amplification: Peavey KBA 100: £269.00 x2 Ability to handle keyboards, drum machines, acoustic instruments, and vocalsFeatures: * Channel 1: low-Z XLR mic input, high-Z 1/4" input, level control · Channels 2 &3: high-Z 1/4" input, level...

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