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HEY RICH or any other Marshall Head...

EdA

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Im curious what amp Betts is using. Is this a 45 or 50? He has what appears to be a new reissue. Its small box, has the 4 inputs, the two loudness controls and on the left it says MK II. JTM 45 or 50w Plexi? -Ed
 
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RICH

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I'm thinking 50 watter, ONLY because I think the JTM 45s will say JTM 45 on the face plate, but the 2 heads are pretty much identical on the outside. Any pictures?
 

NewOldCokeDave

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Hey Ed...

KK was looking for you under the visit to the Gibson factory thread..

-NOCD
 

Marshallhead

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Betts marshalls

during the last allman bros tour with him i believe he used a soldano and plexi 100w-havent seen him since-i know i can pretty much nail his tone with a 50 watt non mv amp and my r9-ive heard duane favored 50w bass models in their heyday as well-the 50s have that smooth singing thang he like-then again so do the 100watters-just louder!
 
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