The Marshall 1974X is a hand wired reissue of the classic, late '60s guitar amp. The original versions of this 18 watt amp (made from 1966-1968) are now extremely rare, highly sought after, and rather expensive. This newer, all-valve combo (3 x ECC83s in preamp, 1 x EZ81 rectifier, 2 x EL84s in power amp) features two channels with a valve-driven tremolo circuit on channel 2.
Each channel offers two inputs plus volume and tone controls. Channel 2 also has speed and depth controls for the tremolo. A contributing sonic factor in the original 1974 is the way the sound of the Celestion Greenback speaker softens with age. For the 1974X, Celestion revisited the recipe for the original 20 Watt, ceramic magnet, 15 Ohm, Greenback T1221 speaker, and 'aged' it. The result is a new speaker proprietary to Marshall that yields all of the sonic characteristics of the original.
18-watt, all-tube, 1x12” combo with tremolo
Authentic, handwired reissue of the late '60s classic
All-tube design: 3xECC83, 1xEZ81 and 2xEL84
Point-to-point, hand wired, tag-board circuit
Two channels, one with valve-driven tremolo
Dagnall made, exact-replica transformers
Butt welded, aluminium chassis
Exclusive "aged" reissue of the original 20-watt, ceramic magnet, Celestion Greenback G12M 12” speaker
Dripping with character, this reissue of the classic Marshall 1974 stays true to the original. It is in almost as-new condition, having been well cared for by a fastidious owner.
A fabulous recreation of an all time classic hand wired valve amp, in excellent condition. Just plug in, dial up & crank a killer 60s all valve tone.
Here’s a video demo of the exact same model amp - https://youtu.be/E-g1hFZtBPc