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    Marshall 1958X Handwired 2x10 Guitar Combo Amplifier

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    Product Description

    Made in EnglandA low-wattage, hand wired, all-tube Marshall! The Marshall 1958X Handwired 2x10 Guitar Combo Amplifier yields 18-watts of glorious Marshall tone. Tube compliments include 3xECC83’s, 2xEL84’s, an EZ81 rectifier, as well as tube driven tremolo. The 1958X Handwired amp is essentially a 2x10” version of the classic 1974X.

    Two channels (Normal and Tremolo) each with high and low inputs and simple controls of volume and tone make the Marshall 1958X the perfect plug-and-play amp for live, studio and home use! Two Celestion 10-inch G10-F15 speakers give this combo amp a fantastic voice a growl when pushed. The 1958X Handwired is hand wired in the UK with hand wired tag board circuits.

    Marshall 1958X Handwired 2x10 Guitar Amp Features

    • Two Celestion 10-inch G10-F15 Speakers
    • 3xECC83 and 2xEL84 valves
    • An EZ81 valve rectifier
    • Two channels (Normal and Tremolo) each with high/low inputs
    • Handwired Tag Board Circuits
    • Tremolo Feature (footswitch included)
    • Vintage Toggle Switches, power indicators and cosmetic styling
    • Handwired in the UK
    • Voltage and Impedance Selector Switch
    • Volume, Tone Control and 2 channels

    Product Specifications
    Handwired Tag Board CircuitsTremolo Feature (footswitch included with all models)Vintage Toggle Switches, power indicators and cosmetic stylingHandwired in the UKVoltage and Impedance Selector SwitchVolume, Tone Control and 2 channelsAvailable at WNAMM 2014
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  877-459-0170 Warranty:  5 Years Parts; 3 Years Labor & Speakers; 90 Days Tubes; 1 Year MS2, MS4 & Effects Pedals; 1 Year B-Stock
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