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Xpensive Wino

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Marshall Amplification has announced the Studio JTM – its first new product since March of this year.

The Studio JTM takes the sonic hallmarks of Marshall’s legendary JTM45, and places it in a more compact footprint, with a user-friendly 20-watt power rating. It’s handmade in the UK.

The series – which consists of a head with 1 x 12” and 2 x 12” cabinet options (plus a combo)– really looks good, with original smooth 'Levant' covering, the fawn fret baffle and Marshall ‘coffin’ logo, and distinctive gold piping.

Price-wise, you can expect to pay $2,350/£1,075 for the Studio JTM ST20H head and $2,650/£1,279 for the ST20C combo.

 

goldtop0

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You guys in the US will be paying at least 60% more for these Marshalls than what we do in other areas of the globe........and that's not good at all :rolleyes:
And it's been that way for the last few years:confused:
 
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Cossack

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I’m glad they’re expanding the studio line. These are awesome amps and very practical. But dang, they’re pricy on this side of the pond!
 

corpse

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Sounds good- his playing is insane- but there’s lots of modulation going on too.
 

Xpensive Wino

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First we save the Les Paul from the toilet , then we make the best amp's to go with said guitar. Then we put together the bands to show you how to use em.

On behalf of the Motherland, You're very welcome.

Don't tell em your name Pike....



 

corpse

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I still think SWMBO is the greatest British contribution to modern culture/ lack thereof.
 

J T

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Hmm. If I could get one of those amps, I might actually have to learn how to play guitar.
 

JASIII

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I'm waiting for an amp tech to do a video on the build quality/reliability. Lyle from Psionic Audio did one on the Studio Vintage and it revealed some bad design, components, and build quality. Hopefully Marshall upped their game for the Studio JTM in that regard.

 

goldtop0

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I've given my Ms(all '60s reissues)to my amp guru so he can have a squizz at them, he's done work on every brand over the decades, knows his stuff backwards and he said that the SV20 was a good unit so I expect the ST to be the same. We changed one or two things here and there mainly to do with the bright caps in some of them and the PT in my 1974X when that went phut(as did a ton of those when they first came out).
 

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“First we save the Les Paul from the toilet , then we make the best amp's to go with said guitar. Then we put together the bands to show you how to use em.

On behalf of the Motherland, You're very welcome.” Peace! I’m outta here !!! CK ?
? and that folks was a direct quote from the Chuck King ?
 
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