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  • Marshall 4212 opinions?

    I got a trade offer on my JCM900 4500 for a JCM 800 4212 combo with EL34's ..good deal or CSB and GTFO?
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    Personally i would do it. Getting rid of a 900 in favour of an 800 can only be a good thing.

    Depends on how much you like combos though...
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    • #3
      Personally i would do it. Getting rid of a 900 in favour of an 800 can only be a good thing.

      Depends on how much you like combos though...


      Yep. I'd be tempted even though it's a combo, though it's likely going to be a drag to cart around. But maybe an additional cab won't be necessary.
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        Yep. I'd be tempted even though it's a combo, though it's likely going to be a drag to cart around. But maybe an additional cab won't be necessary.

        I used to have a 4211 2x12 100w combo and yes, a combo like that is heavy (surprise, eh?) but definitely more manageable than a head + 4x12 cab due to its size.

        And then there is always the option of putting the amp chassis into a headshell if you really don't want the combo part.

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          I used to have a 4211 2x12 100w combo and yes, a combo like that is heavy (surprise, eh?) but definitely more manageable than a head + 4x12 cab due to its size.

          And then there is always the option of putting the amp chassis into a headshell if you really don't want the combo part.

          BTW, my
          Randall V2N
          Peavey 6505
          Dean D100
          Marshall 1960B
          Jackson RRPro w/81&85

          EXCELLENT TRANSACTION LIST: Norton666, BYONDtheEMBRACE, BillCheckrules, LUKE978, thefyn, strato-rich, DracoAran, darkcide, rockitsauce, DOUBLEBARRELL(2X), knucklefux Jauggernaut, Daveborn2rock, Guitup, Used666. Orygun, jdj8282, ringecore, senor_penguin, killa J

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