I posted this elsewhere, but here is a picture of my former rig; Splawn Modded Marshall, Modern Vintage Cabinet with 25w Greenbacks, and a '06 59 reissue Les Paul (one of 2 that I have-Godlike tone). Sweet sounding rig; can't wait for my Quickrod to get here.
Yeah, I love the damn things; too bad they have gotten so expensive. I think the newer historic series are some of the nicest ones Gibson has ever put out; they are really nice playing, great feeling and great sounding guitars. I have another one that is faded tobacco that is even nicer than the one in the picture here (this one is iced tea).
Post by bigdaddy7115 on May 12, 2010 2:59:28 GMT -5
I think i have your old Marshall did you trade it for another amp ,this Marshall Kills never have i had an amp like this one zz top ,ac/dc plug an play , when i traded i had thought i was going to just sell it but now its questionable let me know if this is the amp Brian
Hi, I too have a 78 Splawn modded JMP. I was wondering if any of you knew how to find out exactly what mods were done. The solo boost and master volume, I know for sure but my foot-switch has a channel switch (which does nothing) and a solo switch which kinda works funky as in it only works if the volume is about a 1/4 way on the master and the solo is all the way up. Also, plugging in the foot-switch DRASTICALLY alters the plug n' play tone of the amp by shearing off tones of high end. I am just curious if something is wrong with the amp or if that is just how they are. It sounds killer and cuts straight through any mix I've ever been in, it's just the foot-switch performance kinda stinks. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!