The 100W Marshall Plexi Full Stack includes a 1959SLP Vintage Series Tube Head and 1960AX and 1960BX 4x12 guitar extension speaker cabinets that play loud and proud.Marshall Plexi 1959SLP Vintage Seri... Click To Read More About This Product
The 100W Marshall Plexi Full Stack includes a 1959SLP Vintage Series Tube Head and 1960AX and 1960BX 4x12 guitar extension speaker cabinets that play loud and proud.
Marshall Plexi 1959SLP Vintage Series 100W Tube Head
The all-tube Marshall 1959SLP tone machine cranks out fabulous lead distortion and tight crunch exactly like the original tube head from the '67-'69 era. Inspired by Pete Townshend's unquenchable thirst for VOLUME, the 1959SLP amp head delivers 100W of power from 4 EL34s and 3 ECC83 tubes in the preamp-the exact configuration of the original. The Marshall Plexi 1959SLP tube head also offers a true bypass series FX loop, 3-band EQ, and Presence control.
1960AX and 1960BX 100W 4x12 Guitar Extension Cabinet
The 100W Marshall 1960X speaker cab has 4 separate birch ply enclosures, each loaded with a Celestion G12M Greenback 12" speaker. Tonally the guitar cabinet falls between the Marshall 1960A's brightness and the Marshall 1960TV's warmth.
Celestion Greenback G12M speakers have a very distinctive sound with fast, snappy response that adds detail and dynamics to both clean and distorted playing. The 1960X Extension Cabinet is dressed in the early '70s LC checkered grille cloth and a less-textured vinyl covering.
If used as a half stack with a 100W head, a power brake is recommended.
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Comments about Marshall Plexi 1959SLP, 1960AX, and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack:
I bought a 1959 SLP and a full AX stack about 10 years ago. Loved it! So did my friends! Crank it and feel the sound in your guitar, and body. It also makes the cement floor in my house shake and bounces stuff off the counters. There is no reverb but, you can add one via jacks in the back. Multiple and bridgable inputs with seperate volume controls give a variety of different sound. One draw back is there is no master volume. To drive the tubes and get the sound I wanted, I was entertaining the neighborhood. I tried a Marshall stepdown transformer between the amp and speakers, but it affected the tone. A great practice amp and not bad for jobs. Excellent choice for an above average player. I've never had any problems. I had my amp hotrodded. All capacators were changed to tight tollerance and circuit ballanced to Marshall specs. I upgraded my tubes and had a master volume installed. Now I can overdrive my tubes to get the sound I want and the neighbor's don't get a free concert. I'm still smilin, now more than ever.