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The birth of the JCM800, which swept the world in the 1980s and created a period of time, was born in 1981.It is a permanent representative model that has continued to create many legendary legends since the rise of the rock-scented rock scene, and the sound of it, and of course the solemn "Marshalling Wall."The marshalling features of the next generation of the Marshall team, including Lee Jackson, Mike Soldano, and Rheinhold Bogner, may be the characteristics of Marshall's character, as well as a number of players who have loved their own.It would be no exaggeration to say that the JCM800 stunts the direction of the future rock sound.This sound, which can be said to be the origin of such a thing, is now gaining hot attention again.
Until the introduction of the JCM800, the four main models occupied the main positions of the guitarhead of Marshall.It is a two-machine, "1959 (100W)" and "1987 (50W)" that are not in full volute.Then, "2203 (100W)" and "2204" (50W) with Mastervolem, which appeared in 75 years, were called "2204" (50W).
Jim Marshall, who built a hard rock movement and established his position as the top brand in the UK, was the next target in the U.S. market.At the end of the 15-year period of contract with Rose Morris, which has been the company's overseas export business since 1965, the company has decided to send its overseas exports to the overseas market without leaving it to the agency.That was the JCM800 series, which Jim Marshall sent to the world's conquer of the world, was painted on the Gold Panel of the Eye.
Let' s look at the typical four models, 1959, 1987, 2203, and 2204.
Now, what do you choose?
First of all, this is the point.It is not just a matter of volume.On the contrary, the volume may not change very much.Of course, the 100W is certain to be loud, but it is not twice as much as the 50W.I think it's about four to three.In any case, the sound of the JCM800 is a deceit! It is certain.
So, the 100W and the 50W, what exactly is so different?It runs out of the word "tone".Most of the amps in the Marshall area are operated by vacuum tubes, and vacuum tubes use a power tube supporting the pre- tube and output parts that make up the preamp.The presides are both common and different in the power club.There are two power tubes in the 50W, and four power pipes in 100W.
Let' s take an image here.Who would be easier to take charge of the big baggage with the two men?Of course, the four people should be easier.The vacuum tube is the same as this, and it is less burgable to operate in four separate ways than to operate in two with a large sound.In the case of vacuum tubes, the less burnable is to exhibit excellent repetitive output (to the yawn) and to the more widrendee output.
However, it is not always good to be an excellent audio, but the taste of the guitar sound is not always good.Is it good to be sure to be in the Wire Range?depends on the desired sound.On the other hand, the fat Tone, without a middle range, is also the royal road of rock.Some say that the 50W is for a single coil and the 100W is for the use of the hamking, and it is not always true that it doesn't take the target out of the way.It is also a symbol of a 50W sound with a thick slime on the 100W and middle with a sharp, sharp-clear tones.
Let' s follow the musician's sound here.It may not have been limited to the JCM800, but as a representative of the 100W user, Zack Wild will not be out of the way.It is a loaf of a good lif and a grinding harmonics, a speedy, and a solo-phrase that was in the shape of the contours.Meanwhile, Michael Schenker is the 50W national team player.Drybred with a warm and moderate flavor and moderate thickness and sweetness.Together, we can say that we are able to distinguish between 100W and 50W sound characteristics by distinguishing between each of the two poles of both "Marshall & Gibson" guitar.Where are you?
There are four power tubes in the 100W.It has two 50W.The 100W model is free of heat for dissipation.From the top, it's obvious.
Now, you know the image of a 100W and 50W sound.The next question is whether to choose the master voluem or not.Mastervorem is a vorem that coordinates the volume of sound as you know.Until around JCM800, marshalling is skewed enough to increase the volume of sound.a drivesound that is in a fluten state.However, it is true that there is no giant volume of notes at any given time.This is why a model has been created that incorporates a vorem for sound control, apart from the worms that are used to distort the ampliestion.This is the way "Priam Vorem" and "Mastervolume" are used to control the degree of skewed in the predal and to determine the volume of the sound at the master, which will be followed by a large number of attacks such as the high-order amplies.a.In recent years such as the JCM2000 and other manufacturers, Peavey's 5150 and Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier are also the same method.
Unfortunately, until around JCM800, the Mastervolem model with a preampuvolum does not provide a bold drivesound like a full ten.This is where Marshall's drivesound is still affected by the master circuit, while the Priamp volume is driving up the drive gains, while the master tends to create a thicker tone, as the master part becomes a large volume.So, for example, if you set the preamphurume to 10 for the master with a master 2203, and you set the master voluem to 1, you will finish the slender dry blend with jolie joli.For example, if it is used in a small volume in a house or so on, it looks a little like a little bit.The basic use of 'JCM800 is loud!' is basic, but it is common to use the preamp and the master as well as 'lift up' even if the 'JCM800' is not available to the fullten.If you want a thick drivesound with a small amount of sound, you can make a full-up of the master and adjust the volume of the sound in the preampuvolume.The drive will be slightly lower, but if you make up with fake boosters and overdrives, you can get a heavy sound rather than a large volume.
Both of them have two volums, but the master has two impts.A "link" can be used in four-inputts without a master.The master with the preamp/master and the master, respectively, are the same as the preamp.No master is the independent Vorem of the Normans and the Bright.
Now, I think you can see the atmosphere of each model without master and master.So which one is better?This assessment is difficult, but if you ask for a straight tone with pure power, you still have a circuitry with a simple master without a simple master.However, the use of Katsute with master Vol is still attractive, and it is more convenient than the model of the model in recent years, and it is a peculiar characteristic of Marshall's marshal around this time that the "undodged" sound of a straight sound, which is as good as a sound, is so strange that it is so inconvenient.In general popular popularity, the master with the master looks a little more like a master.However, if the 50W is "not master without master volume," fewer users will be able to master the 50W master without master.
There are two input models with a vertical vault, two input jacks, and two on the side of the master voluem.What is the difference between this and the other?As soon as you look at the contents, you can solve the mystery.In fact, the inside of the JCM800 has been used for a while, and the inside has been using the 4-inch chassis since the 70s.
This will switch from the middle of the mid-80s to a new type, or from the inside, to the side of the two holes.There is no clear material indicating when or when it was switched side by side, but it would be good to think that it was moved to side by side by the year 884 to 1985, since it was made up of longitudrinth and vertical side by 83 years, and since 1985 most of them were side-by-side since 85 years.Of course, there is no difference in sound or function by the vertical or horizontal lines.
Production of the JCM800 will end in 90 years, and will be switched to JCM900.However, the JCM800 still maintained a high reputation.And in 2002, when the popularity of the JCM800 boom became so popular, the reprinted JCM800 2203 reiew was finally released.It is still produced and can be obtained.The JCM800, which was revived for the first time in 12 years, was compared to the original 80s.
The first difference is the addition of an Effects loop.It is now possible to use the Effects with the hand and return.In addition, a loop-bypass switch is also installed to prevent the sound of the original circuit from being spoil.The rest of the features are the same.In terms of appearance, it is a lengthand double input, which is a good reproduction of the atmosphere in those days.
So, what about the sound of a good heart?The sound is different from the conclusions.If you like JCM800, then you'll be able to answer that is yes.As a reissure model, I am informed of the sound atmosphere of the JCM800 sound at a good level.Part of the difference in comparison with the original is somewhat clean, and the point is that it feels like a modest gain.In addition, the original is somewhat chaotic when it is made full-up, and it is a little bit of chaos in the JCM800 fans of the year, but the reissure model is not coarse or roughness of the circuit, but it is a superfine and cleansing drive.
Of course, this is not a disadvantage, for example, in the intercourse with overdrive, booster, etc., it has a wider intercourse than the original.The resulting sound was not far from the original, but the JCM800 seemed to be still in existence.With the improvement of sound clearing and usage, it would be more attractive to the JCM800 fans, but also to the players who want to use the new generation and marshalls to be clean, rather than just the JCM800 fan.
Generally speaking, it's like the JCM800, which is a good child.If you like the bad boy, look for the original.
It has been 28 years since the beginning of the JCM800.A great many of the great amps of the world appeared in the world.What is the attractiveness of the JCM800 model, which cannot be said to be superiority in its current operational nature or selectivity, and what is the attraction of this model?
Of course, it is true that the scene in the 1980s, when the rock was gable, has a historical background with the name "Marshall, the world's best-selling marshalling."But today, it is not only the frame of the past inscription, but why it still has a strong presence in the past.
The handwiring is not a responsive sound! ...The foundation is being used.
It is not a pure tubular sound or a pure tubular operation in class A motion.The rectiline tubes are not in use and are not class A.
It's a rich tone, and it's convenient for home recording, but it's not that.Basically, it doesn't make a loud noise.
Unable to preset each of the two modes to three channels! ...
But today, to be honest, and to live up to live music, if Koch is a lot of things from clean-to-hair, then Diezel will definitely go up to the Krank if it's a violent hype-in-sound.
Why, why JCM800?It is not a modern, but a supervintage.How many legends have such a model so far, and will continue to be loved by the forefront and continue to make new legends?
That's because the JCM800 is just an ordinary amp, isn't it?There is no remarkable spectacular spec, and the ultimate normal.If it is normal, it can be used as a player's imagination to create a thousand-millionizing sound, and at any time can be used with peace of mind.I think that this is the best attraction of the JCM800.
The sound of ordinary locks usually comes out.This is a matter of course, but it might be really great.And it might be what a lot of people want most.
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