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Marshall 4140 Club and Country Amp 1978

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Marshall 4140 Club and Country Amp 1978

Marshall 4140 Club and Country Amp Two channel,100 watts 2x12" combo made in 1978. This amp was Marshall's version of the legendary Fender Twin. It was primarily made for the Nashville market with all it's tele and steel guitar players. Upon it's release in the late 70's it was the most expensive amp to develop that Marshall had ever done up to that date. It has two channels, one with a reverb, and one non-reverb channel. Alex Lifeson used two of these combos to create his best guitar sound so far, on the most legendary Rush albums. Stevie Ray Vaughn also used one of these amps for his clean sounds, earlier in his career. These amps looks great and sound amazing. But these are different beasts, not the standard Marshall tone but rather a Twin with a bit more muscle! All the tubes have recently been replaced. 

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