Category: Marshall Amplifiers

 1968 Marshall 4 x 12 1960 Lead Cabinet

Vintage 1968 Marshall 4 x 12″ 1960 Lead electric guitar angled speaker cabinet in RED. This particular example is in very nice original cosmetic condition, and is absolutely incredible looking in the original Red levant tolex. Original custom color Marshall amps and cabs are much rarer than ordinary black ones, so take advantage of this offer, and add this amazing piece of Marshall history to your collection!

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 1971 Marshall 4 x 12 1982/B Cabinet

Vintage 100% ORIGINAL 1971 Marshall 4 x 12″ 1982/B electric guitar/bass straight speaker cabinet in WHITE. This particular example, serial number 40024, is in very good, all original, cosmetic condition, and is absolutely incredible looking in the original white levant tolex. Original custom color Marshall amps and cabs are much rarer than ordinary black ones, and straight cabinets in colors are the most rare, so take advantage of this offer, and add this amazing piece of Marshall history to your collection!

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 1967 Marshall 18w 2x12 Baby Bluesbreaker

Exceedingly rare vintage original 1967 Marshall 18w 2×12″ “Baby Bluesbreaker” combo guitar amplifier. This particular example, model 1973, is in exceptional cosmetic condition and sounds absolutely incredible. The elusive “Baby Bluesbreaker” in any configuration is rare and extremely desirable, but the 2×12″ version is probably both the rarest and best sounding. Original 1960s Marshall combos aren’t just incredibly scarce, they are actually becoming almost impossible to find, let alone buy.

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 1979 PARK Vintage L.E. Amplifier (Marshall)

1979 PARK Vintage L.E. 20W Tube Amp (Model 1231) guitar amplifier by Marshall. This particular example, serial number 18304, is in remarkable 100% original condition. Simple, small, seductive and sonically supreme, this PARK 20W is the ultimate recording/small gigging amp.

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 1962 Marshall Ali Panel Amp (Metal Badge)

1962 Marshall “metal badge” amplifier head and era appropriate matching “block logo” 2×12″ speaker cabinets. You might recognize this amplifier head as being featured in the History of Marshall book by Michael Doyle. In fact, the amplifier head, which was part of Mr. Doyle’s private collection was signed by Jim Marshall during the making of the book, and was sold soon thereafter in 1994 to a collector for $12,000.00. A year later this exact amp head and these cabinets found its way into the Guitar Center Hollywood’s collection, and was showcased in their “Walk of Fame” display on Sunset Blvd.

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