Can't seem to find anywhere here in the States that sells just this - I'd settle for the inductor that blew! - Right now I just have it by-passed (the Inductor- 250uH, if it is the same as on the MG100HDFX) - For anyone who may be interested - the sympthoms that lead me to find the issue was: excessive noise when a straight 1/4" guitar cable was inserted (without a guitar attached) With a guitar straight in the noise was still present but the guitar could be heard behind the noise as if nothing was wrong... the only thing that I know prior to the issue was having the amp on and then connecting an iPad via a iRig2 to the amp - Of course, not the correct approach but it happens - TURN yer AMP OFF before plugging in any devices - once connected then turn it on as long as the inputs on the devices are turned down prior to turn it back on - this way you can roll up the volume to make sure everything is OK -
Anyway, please assist in helping me locate a replacement input Jack!
Hi, Been using this amp for years great sound no problems until now. My main Volume conttrol has snapped off. Can I get a replacement pot and rotary control to replace? Many Thanks Dave
Hello, im from Brasil and i have both amps intendet for EU market, 01-E. But the outlet voltage in my country is 127v. I ve switched mains voltage to 110v. I have spected that heater voltage would become higher than 6,3v. But it mettering 5.7v. Both amps have same issue. Why? Does 110v is actually 120v ? Does it happens because these are European models?
Hello im from Brazil and my outlet voltage is 127v. Do all exportation 2203x models heve the same mains selector options - 110v, 220v and 230v? What the difference between JCM export models 2203-01-u 2203-01b and 2203-01e?
My VSR 65watt is making odd sounds.
Any idea what it could be?
Operator's manual for MG-30DFX.
where is my serial number located I dont see it on the tag on back?
I want to ask that is it normal for the jvm410hjs having switch the standby switch to off, the sound of my playing not cutting off instantly?
it need about 2 seconds to fade out completely after I switch the standby to off
When I operate my DSL 40 C at high gain/ volume or on the clean channel with the crunch engaged, there is a noticeable 'splat', More specifically, on the D string, ninth fret B note ( oddly specific, I know ). Could this sonic anomaly be caused by an inferior/faulty preamp tube? Thoughts?
I desperately need a replacement volume pot (clean channel)
Presently the channel has a very noisy/crackle upon start up - I've cleaned the pot but I'm told I need a replacemet
Can you help please?
Re: Marshall Master Reverb 30 Amplifier
Great little amp :-)
I need a replacement knob for the reverb spindle please - it's a metal chrome coloured spindle
can you help
Hi, just bought a Code 25, I'm happy with the unit to a degree, but I have one niggling dought that I may have a faulty unit, it seems to be more noticable on certain guitars, when playing my Tokai strat, on the Bluesbreaker presets( 41,42,43), I get a horrible harch distortion ( as though its overloading the preamp, but ony around the 5 and 7th fret of the G and B strings) this also occours with headphones, if I back off the volume on the guitar it does reduce the distortion. Has anyone else noticed this?
When running my Marshall DSL 40 C at high gain/volume, or on clean channel with crunch engaged at higher volumes, there is a noticeable "splat", an odd sonic artifact that occurs--more specifically on the B note, 9th fret, D sting ( Standard tuning ). Could this possibly be a faulty/inferior preamp tube in the V1? Other than that, the amp sounds glorious, performs well, and there are no other issues. Thoughts?
How many were produced from the following 50th anniversary limited edition amps?
Are there any wheels I can screw to the bottom of my amp to make it easier to maneuver around the room? If not what could you recommend?
I tried to instal the Code firmware update utility on my windows 10 PC, and my antivirus keeps blocking it from installing. My question is what is in the update, and is it worth downloading/updating?
I just purchased my first Marshall amp. Actually my first amp period. It's an acoustic amp, the AS50D. My question is can I play a non acoustic guitar like a Gibson Les Paul without damaging the circuitry? I am a new player and don't want to take any chances with my equipment.
I'm currently experiencing a problem where the amp locks up on a regular basis. When it happens, none of knob (gain/low/mid/high/volume) and button (pre FX/amp/mod/del/etc) settings take any effect: e.g I can set a mod effect, but the sound doesn't change.
The amp is paired with my iPad, but when this happens, the iPad is not connected and not even in range. It seems to be related to having the amp connected to my iMac via USB: after frequent cases of this happening, I unplugged the USB cable and the problem instantly went away.
I just bought a Marshall Stanmore. I love the sound from it and the looks. I'm very happy with my purchase. Worryingly however I now see a lot of reviews saying that the speaker fails after a period of time 6 to 18 months. There are quite a number of these reports across multiple websites. Is there a recognized fault in the speaker? Or at least can I do anything pro-active to avoid the issue like not using the on off switch on the unit but at the wall? or using a surge protector? not hiking the volume past 6? If the issue is accepted and known, hopefully I can avoid hitting it? Thanks
I don't know quite how to use this. It's probably so simple a chimp could figure it out - that must be it. I'm so scattered that I've gone below chimpanzee on the ??? scale. Please help if anyone has or knows how to acquire this manual . Thanks in advance - seriously. D.L.