Used by Eric Clapton himself, the Bluesbreaker delivers 30 Watts of all-valve goodness through 2x 12" Celestion Greenback speakers, and has a footswitchable Tremolo effect to get that 60s vibe sound.
Loud enough for any venue around town, the Bluesbreaker delivers an undeniably wonderful tone that will get you sounding like the legends themselves.
The 1962, 2 x 12” combo was called the ‘Bluesbreaker’ because it was famously used by Eric Clapton with the influential British blues rockers, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, in 1966. It was this heady, ‘high in the mix’ sound that made the legend of the 1962.
GZ34 valve rectification plays a pivotal role in helping to achieve that famed output-stage compression and clean sustain, unique to both the ‘Bluesbreaker’ combo and the JTM45 head. Although tonally similar to the JTM45, the 1962 ‘Bluesbreaker’ speakers add to its sonic characteristics.
This ‘Bluesbreaker’ re-issiue is loaded with two reissue Celestion Greenback 25 Watt speakers, and a footswitchable Tremolo, to recreate that classic ’60s vibe.
Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker Guitar Amp
- 30W output
- 2 x 12" 25W Celestion Greenback speakers
- Valve rectifier
- Preamp Valves - 2x ECC83
- Power Amp Valves - 1x ECC83 & 2x 5881
- Footswitchable tremolo effect
- 740 x 600 x 265mm
(Warning - the tone of this amp has been known to scrunch up guitar player faces like onions)
|Woofer Size||2 x 12" woofer|
|Power||30 watts (rms)|
|Amp Type||valve / tube amplifier|
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