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MARSHALL 2950 1959 SUPER LEAD REVERB SUPER RARE

Ref:   MARSHALL 2950 1959 SUPER LEAD REVERB SUPER RARE

Marshall JMP 2959 Super Lead Reverb ~Original 1979~ Mint Cond

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Procedente de Nuestra Colección Privada Al´s Music Factory

Perfecto estádo "MINT " .

Incluye Reverb y Boost Conmutable por Pedal

Pieza de Colección Este es el E mail que nos reenviarón nuestros buenos amigos de Marshall cuando le mandámos las fotos de nuestro Amplificador

A very rare beast indeed and in great condition too.
Built in 1979 = L
2959 Reverb and Boost, only in production for a couple of years 1978 to 1980.
Cct on page 218 of Doyle's HOM and listed in 100watt development chart on page 39 too.
We were using the basic format for the Gary Moore Sig amp back in 2005.

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