Can't find a "Vintage"-Switch on my MB 4410-Combo. What model we are talking about? I like the sound of the MB 60, and I still own a MB 4410. This amp made up my mind about the words "Marshall" and "Bass-amplification" in no time.
OK, I have to admit, I bought this combo because my beloved SWR Redhead went up in smoke and I had to get me an amp fast, because we had to do a prestige gig the next day. The MB 4410 was the only amp with more than 100 Watt (crappy practise amps) I could find in the stores.
I was astonished, fine sound with the tube channel, and mixed up with the SS-channel it was a killer! I use it together with an old sealed 410-cab, that is built from the specs of an Ampeg 810, cut in half.
Nowadays I have an old Peavey TVX 410 as extension cab, perfect match to the MB 4410.
I just played the MB 4410-stack for about three times on stages, until I could get another Amp. Now it stands in the rehearshal-room of my third band, and it gets used once a week. I would have kept it, but my band made me buy "pro gear", so I did.
The Marshall-stack is replaced by a GenzBenz GBE 1200 and a Tecamp L 810''-cab. OK, who am I to cry about this change...
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