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NAD Oops I did it again

Brian Krashpad

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May 16, 2016
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'80s solid state Marshall combos keep falling into my lap for stupid cheap dosh. The latest is this Model 5213 "MOS-FET 100 Reverb Twin:"

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Here he is with his little brothers:

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The other three, from top: 20W (Model 5002), 75W (Model 5275), 50W (Model 5210). The Lead 20 is a 1x10" single channel, the 50W and 75W are dual channel 1x12"s.
 

PaulLaRue

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Jul 2, 2003
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What ever amp makes you play more and pleases the ears is the one. No one amp does it all.
 

goldtop0

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Aug 19, 2003
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Good to see these again:2cool
Those amps were widely sold here in NZ when M was first imported into the country in the mid '80s...... because the prices were much lower than their tube big brothers.........the Lead 20 didn't get much attention however.
That's when I first heard the term 'dry joint' from our tech repair guy who fixed a lot of them.......they weren't as reliable in those days compared to the valve amps.
 
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