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Marshall 6100LM 100W Head - One Owner

Regular price $ 700.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 700.00 USD
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For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this Marshall 6100LM 100W Head - One owner.  

This amp is sold as is, it needs a $300 repair to the motherboard. We bought it this way and just want to move it on to the right person.

Condition:  Excellent

Serial Number: M1997470480B

Photos are of the actual item and are not stock photos.  

From the original Marshall Listing:  


The clean channel, had a mid-shift button which added a glassier tone to the classic Marshall sound. There was also a bright switch for added shimmer.


Channel 2 featured 3 modes, each representing an iconic predecessor. Mode A had a tone similar to a Super Lead/JTM45, Mode B gave the amp a classic JCM800 sound and Mode C brought the heavy metal sound from the JCM900 amps.

The development of the 30th Anniversary series began during the production of the JCM900s. The initial plan had been to release a third amp in the series, a three-channel variation. Unfortunately, with production demands for other amps being so high, this was postponed and the triple channel variation was launched for the anniversary instead.

The amp was praised for providing almost all Marshall tones in one. Each channel featured different modes modeled after previous Marshall success stories. Whether you were after the sound of a JTM45 or a JCM900, this series would fit the bill.

When the 30th Anniversary series was launched at Winter NAMM in 1992 it was met with huge critical acclaim. Not only did it sound great but it looked good too. With blue or white vinyl finishes, all brass plated panels, and Marshall script logo, this was an amp that screamed glamour. The valve and transformer covers were also brass plated.


Channel 3 reached unparalleled levels of gain with contour switches and gain boost.

Alongside this tonal versatility, the amp offered four output power selections. There was the standard Pentode/Triode switch as well as the ability to choose between the use of two valves or four. This provided four different output options.

With its unforgettable look and amazing sound, this amp soon found its way onto the backline of artists such as Joe Satriani, Bill Steer (Carcass) and Alex Lifeson (Rush).


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