What does JTM 45 stand for?

What does JTM 45 stand for?

Jim and Terry Marshall
Marshall started building amps in 1962. Their first model was called JTM45, a copy of (or inspired by) the Fender Bassman. JTM stands for Jim and Terry Marshall, Terry being Jim’s son) At some point, Marshall started to offer 3 versions of the JTM45 – Lead, Bass and PA.

Is a JTM45 a Bassman?

While Marshall JTM45 is intended as a clone of the Bassman, its tone is still different.

Is a JTM45 a plexi?

Marshall JTM45 2245 30-watt Plexi Tube Head.

Who used a JTM45?

The JTM 45 became the basis for many subsequent Marshalls, most notably the Marshall 1962 combo (later referred to as the “Bluesbreaker” due to its use by Eric Clapton with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers).

Who plays a JTM45?

That’s the case with this month’s featured amp: a 1964 Marshall JTM45 4×10 combo that was owned and played by Peter Green during his years with Fleetwood Mac, and potentially with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers.

Who used Marshall JTM 45?

Why is a Marshall called a Plexi?

The name originates from its shiny, Plexiglas panel, commonly used on Marshall amps between 1965-1969. Although many amps are referred to as ‘Plexi’s’ The 100 Watt Super Lead (model number 1959) is most commonly associated with the name.

What amp did Hendrix use?

Marshall amplifiers
Jimi Hendrix’s Amps Jimi Hendrix was one of the earliest users of Marshall amplifiers, and for most of his career he powered his sound with three 100-watt Super Lead valve amp heads.

What amplifier did Peter Green use?

Who used Marshall Plexi?

The 68 specification amps were a hit with Jimi Hendrix, Cream and The Who, creating huge amounts of exposure and marking the ‘Plexi sound’ as the sound of rock. Since its glory years, the ‘Plexi’ has been reintroduced as part of the Vintage Reissue series and also in the Handwired Series.

Would you choose a JTM45 or the 1959 for AC/DC?

With that in mind, would you choose a JTM45 or the 1959? Why? The JTM45 is a bit of a weird amp-it’s partly in the Fender camp (often KT66 output tubes, more Fender like tone stack) and partly in the Marshall. For AC/DC I think I’d go with the more developed Marshall tone of the 1959 myself.

Should I get a 1959 or a 45 or a 1987?

JTM 45 is great as a pedal platform or for those woman bluesbreaker tones, but the 1959 will do a much better job of getting you into the AC/DC territory. A 1987 will really give you the AC/DC vibe and you can throw pedals at it to do whatever else you’d want. Plus, there’s a fair amount of clean headroom as well, if you need it for that.

What’s the difference between the 1959HW and the 1959p ri?

The 1959HW is closer to a 69 Plexi and the 1959P RI is closer to a 71MF. Early AC/DC is closer to the JTM45 or 1959HW. Later may be closer to the 1959P. The 1959 is stupid LOUD! I have a LAR-MAR ppimv in both my original 71 SL and my JTM45 (w/KT66s) RI and they sound great at reasonable levels but nothing can compare to Full on tilt boogie!