Mar 202019
 

Tubeheads the world over are well-acquainted with the story of Jim Marshall lifting the Fender Bassman circuit in 1962 to create his venerable JTM45. To the uninitiated, “similar circuit” means “similar tone,” but anyone who has played both a tweed Bassman and a plexi can tell you they are not the same. Marshall used a
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Source: Vintage Guitar – Magazine