I’ve recorded a clip while jaming out with my band Benesser today. It’s recorded in our rehearsal studio with a JJ Labs ND6000 on my Malmberg 4×12 cab (old Greenbacks), no post eq or processing on the guitar sound, just some delay from the TC G-major in the loop of the amp.
It’s time for this Marshall 4210 to become something different.
This is what it looks like on the inside. But it’s time to take out this PCB and build up a new amp.
Here we go!
It’s going to be a head and not a combo so I’m removing the upside down front panel and making a new one.
This aluminium panel has a dull white coating which I will remove.
Front panel finished!
Starting with the guts.
It’s a two channel amp with footswitchable tube buffered effects loop. It’s not as metal as it looks Channel 1 is a clean ”Fenderish” channel with gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, a three-way bright swich and a three-way gainboost switch. Channel 2 is a distortion channel that handles old Marshall JMP to hotrodded JCM800 tones, controls are gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, a three-way bright swich and a three-way gainboost switch.