Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Marshall JCM2000 TSL Half Stack in Cleveland for $700


You won't see me highlighting Marshall Stacks too often on this blog (just not my cup of tea) however, this one is a good deal and, of course, Cleveland Rocks! 

There is a ton of info online about the TSL and this is the 100 watt version it is a monster.  These retailed in the $2K range new and I don't believe Marshall is making them anyomre - this was sort of their flagship model about 5 or 6 years ago. To put this deal in perspective as far as the cost-value, back in 1980 when I graduated from High School the average used Marshall Head and 4x12 cabinet generally cost about $700 and that was the old JCM800.  Of course this is not a Marshall 4x12 - it is a Peavey cabinet - but those Celestian GH12-80's should be a a good match for this head.

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Marshall Half Stack*Just Reduced* - $700 (Brunswick)


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Date: 2010-06-29, 11:34AM EDT

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Marshall JCM 2000 Triple Super Lead 100 watt all tube head. Clean, chrunch and Lead channels all with individual controls. Foot switch, built in reverb, virtual power reduction button turns it into a overdriven 50 watt head. Mid-range scoops and boost buttons. Bass boost button and effects loop. Purchased 2008. Like brand new, has never left my living room!! Peavey cabinet 4 x 12 Celestian 80's speakers. Call Mike at 440-668-8527 *NO TRADES* CASH ONLY*

Location: Brunswick

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