SOLD! - 1973 Marshall JMP PA20 20w Valve Guitar Amplifier Head Plexi Metal Panel
As you already know by now we are absolute suckers for these 18WATT & 20WATT Marshall amplifiers.
With pubs and clubs demanding lower stage volumes these little 20WATT amps allow you to get "that" Marshall tone at a reasonable volume - plus they take pedals great. As the 50 and 100 watters become less attractive for home/gigging/recording because of their sheer loudness, these little 20's are sure to become more collectable. And don't forget: a 2 x EL84 20WATT cranked Marshall amp still is loud!!
If you're looking for that classic 60's Marshall plexi tone, but don't want to pay Top Dollar (and don't want the police to show up each weekend because of the blistering volume), this amplifier is just perfect!
This particular version dates to 1973 and is in excellent condition. Internally and externally in very original condition as it has just been serviced. It has been wired so that there is an 8 and 16 Ohm output but you could also wire it to 4 Ohm - this is a simple solder job to revert back to normal.
Also convenient is that it has a manual 110-250 Voltage selector, meaning you can simply change the selector to your voltage requirements anywhere in the world!
Having played this one over and over on our 1970 Marshall 2x12 cab, we have fallen in love with its tone head over heels - it really sings & roars!