NAD - continued

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by redhed, Dec 1, 2013.


  1. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    More photos of my New Marshall 1992LEM Lemmy Kilmister signature amp! I love this thing! Running it through a Marshall 1960b 4x12 (guitar cab).

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  2. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    And more!

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  3. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    Not a lot of love for Marshall's is there!
  4. JimmyM

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    Marshalls are fine...it's just that we did this once ;)
  5. BurningSkies

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    Nice amp. I'm just waiting for you to post the other half. :D
  6. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    True! bbbut these are new photos! :hyper:
  7. rodl2005

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    Nice amp. I'd surely recommend a proper bass cab or those speakers will bite the dust once played loud a few times. I like the amp lots tho. :cool::cool::thumbup::thumbup:
  8. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    I would like another 412 bottom.....
  9. Mystic Michael

    Mystic Michael Hip No Ties Supporting Member

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    Don't take it personally. It's just that Marshall carries sort of a guitar player vibe for most of us. Kind of a specialty appeal, and all of that. :meh:

    MM
  10. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    Oh, I know. Just like showin' off the goods!!
  11. Clammy

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    Rockin' rig, and as long as you keep the bass control on the lower side, the speakers will be fine. Super Bass amps don't put out a lot of low frequencies that would demolish guitar drivers, especially if you EQ it a la Lemmy (bass at zero. He told me this personally, more than once ;) ).

    But TWO cabs would be better, hehehe... ;)

    Cheers!
    :bassist::bassist::bassist:
  12. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks! It really sounds cool and crazy loud. It is a rented cab, so I am taking it some what easy! I wish I could find out how many 1992LEM SuperBass amps Marshall has made.
  13. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative Supporting Member

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    I'd love a good Marshall tube amp, grats!
  14. Clammy

    Clammy

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    Not a whole lot. Try emailing Marshall. They may just tell you.

    Cheers!
    :bassist::bassist::bassist:
  15. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    It's worth a shot!
  16. T-Bird

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    Hi.

    Not a lot of love for double posting if You ask me.

    Cool amp.

    I played through a JMP1959 +JCM412+JCM215 for quite a while when I was younger.

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    Sam
  17. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    Just got an email back from Marshall saying that 250 1992LEM amps have been made worldwide.
  18. Mosfed

    Mosfed The mighty mighty Supporting Member

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    So you have two killer SVTs in your Avatar and you are buying Marshall....?
  19. phishaholik

    phishaholik Supporting Member

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    Don't listen to the haters that have never played through one of these bad boys.


    I also used to own a Marshall Lemmy and it is hands down one of the best amps I've ever played through. It's absolutely slamming and puts out a ton of volume for 100 watts. I used one as my main home rig for years and the tone is wonderful.

    Now you need to go out and find yourself a nice Bergantino NV412 to go with it. The high sensitivity and cone area will bring out the gut thumping beast in that amp.


    Michael
  20. redhed

    redhed TUBE LOVER! Gold Supporting Member

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    Yes, of course. I also have an Orange AD200 MK3 and an Ampeg SVT 3 pro.

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