To celebrate a very special anniversary, Marshall are releasing a very special amp. 50 years ago, Eric Clapton and John Mayall got together to record Bluesbreakers a.k.a. "The Beano Album" - an album that was to become seminal, not only for its influence in the Blues community but also for its
Eric Clapton famously used a Les Paul through an overdriven Marshall Bluesbreaker amp, and a new era in guitar tone was born!
This limited edition Bluesbreaker amp is made to the same spec as the original 1962 model including hand wiring and alnico Celestion G12 speakers. You can own a piece of Marshall history and music history in this special Bluesbreaker 1962 reissue.
Here's what Marshall say about the 50th Anniversary Bluesbreaker
As part of the 50th Anniversary, Marshall Amplification is pleased to announce the launch of the historically accurate limited edition 1962 'Bluesbreaker' amplifier.
These amplifiers will be limited to just 100 pieces worldwide, and will contain many of the features that made this one of our best loved vintage models. 50 of these units will be available only with the purchase of the Gibson Marshall Amplification Gold Top Les Paul (details below), the other 50 units are available to order immediately to all Marshall Distributors on a first come, first serve basis, so act fast.
The 1962LE takes the classic 1962 model back to its original form and features a hand wired tag board, aluminium chassis, and Celestion G12 Alnico speakers. Authentic covering and rare pinstripe fret cloth finish the amp perfectly.
• Aluminium Chassis
• Celestion G12 Alnico Speakers
• Rare Handmade pinstripe fret cloth
• Hand Wired Tag Board
• KT66 Output Valves
• Tremolo (Speed & Depth Controls)
• Bass, Middle, Treble, Presence controls
• Volume I & Volume II controls
• 4 Inputs
• History Of The Bluesbreaker book included
• Presentation wallet including signed certificate of authenticity and handbook
• Branded Dust Cover
• Limited to 100 units worldwide as part of the Marshall 50th Anniversary.
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