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[QUOTE=frosty55;47360575]When I took the Marshall to my techie, he gave it a complete service. Including fitting a matched quad of JJEL34 Tubes, replacing the electrolytic caps and adjusting the bias. I cant remember exactly how the amp sounded when I got it back in 2005. I kept it locked away for years until deciding to give it a complete overhaul by my techie two years ago.[/QUOTE
Had loop installed in my 2203 years ago. Had same issue when I got it back. Brought it back to tech. He scratched out a lead and added a cap somewhere and now it's almost transparent. It's the loop dude.
Also, have your tech make the loop switchable after he fixes it. No use in using a loop when you dont need it. That way you can also A/B your amp with the loop on and off to see just how much your loop is affecting the amp.
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