Ok..for sale, incredible Marshall Plexi 1987XL modded by David Bray.
Tubes are almost new, barely played, the amp is a 2007. Only issue is cosmetic, a tolex tare on the low right side, been reglued and voila, and a small crack in the top back plate. Picts comming tomorow when i get my camera back. like new. Got this as a partial trade for another peice of gear, but i realy don't need a third amp. All mods cost almost 1100$ in total. this Amp sounds INSANE.
Sale price would be 1750$
THe mods are the following.
*Bray Plexi Mod/Re-work I
From David's website: I designed this simply to satisfy myself. I've spent years altering the basic plexi circuit, and changing values and component composition throughout until I heard what I consider to be the perfect plexi tone. What I was going for was a basic design that was extremely dynamic and not too compressed, allowing my own style, or someone else’s to shine thru. The gain was somewhat increased, along with a more musical and earthy EQ. The amp had to clean up well just by using the volume control on the guitar, as well. I have listened to many great players thru this amp design, and they all sound radically different. I find that this type of sound exhibits a player's style and personal tone, rather than masking it.
*Dual Master Volume
Use a footswitch to switch between them. Only one is functional at a time...this way, you can set one slightly louder (or MUCH louder) for a solo volume. Also is great for getting louder when you turn down your guitar's volume pot to get a clean sound. Just like walking over and turning up your amp without the hassle.
*Channel 2 Dual-Sound This is a push/pull option that greatly increases flexibility. Pull it out and highs and mids, as well as gain, are added to channel 2...beyond what is done in the mod work. Great for rolling off bass while still keeping the sound of both channels on ten. Also works as a high-cut for channel 1, if you pull it out while channel 2 is turned most or all of the way down
This is a push/pull pot option that also greatly increases the flexibility, giving you the option between a mellower, more vintage sound and a hotter, gainier one. Adding this and the Channel 2 Dual-Sound gives an amp with a Mod/Rework a much broader range of capabilities –