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    Marshall JMP-1 pre-amp

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    AWESOME fucking preamp. I like better than the TriAxis, actually.
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    i've heard many, many records that sound awesome that used this thing. go for it.

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    You looking to buy one?

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    They are awesome. Pair it with Marshall 9200 power amp and prepare to peel skin off faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBot View Post
    They are awesome. Pair it with Marshall 9200 power amp and prepare to peel skin off faces.
    Whats what I'm looking for Don. I need that old Marshall tone.

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    I had one for a long time. I loved it. Really flexible and easy to operate. Not the most gain ever, but it had enough for me. Stick a boost in front and you can cover a lot of ground with it.

    This isn't the best recording, but it gives you an idea of what I did with it. This was into a Marshall 50/50, with a TS in front of it for leads, and I think an Engl 4x12 (can't remember, I just used whatever was at the venue). Plus, you get some of my amazing stage persona.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9MDKHj_h4c

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