The Marshall 2150 amplifier uses:
We recommend the JJ EL34 Mark II power valve for this amp instead of the standard EL34. It is a far superior product and delivers tighter bass, a much smoother mid-range and can cope far better with the high voltage and power used on Marshall 100w amplifiers.
Alternatively, the Marshall EL34 power valve is also an excellent choice for this amplifier. Both kits contain JJ preamp valves.
So restore the tone, the power and the sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a brand new set of valves today.
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About this amp
This amp was first manufactured in 1978 and these days it is quite a collector’s piece. It comes in both combo and head form and they both use the same valve kit. Only 400 of the combos were ever made.
This amp is often referred to as the “Rock and Roll baby” which speaks volumes about its quality.
The layout is quite unusual in that the balanced preamp valve for the phase inverter is located between the power valves.
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