Marshall 1959SLP Super Lead 100-watt Tube Head

100-watt Vintage Series 2-Channel Guitar Amp Head with True Bypass Series FX Loop
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The return of a classic!

Have you been trying to nail that famed Plexi tone but just can't pull it off? Now you can with the Marshall 1959SPLP 100-watt Super Lead head amplifier! Not your typical reissue, this 1959SLP sounds identical to the original models from the '60s. All-tube circuitry brings you those searing, red-hot tones that changed the world and defined rock 'n' roll. The only additional feature is a tonally transparent effects loop. And, for Marshall purists, there is a true bypass switch to totally remove the effects loop from the amplifier circuitry. Bring the tone you really want to your rig with the Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead head.

Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead Head at a Glance:
  • The amplifier that led the rock revolution
  • Not just another reissue
  • Tonal bliss you can only get from a Marshall
The amplifier that led the rock revolution

Townshend, Clapton, and Hendrix, to name a few, all played the Marshall 1959 Plexi head. This is the iconic amplifier that defined the sound of rock 'n' roll for generations of guitar players, and it can be seen on countless stages of yesterday and today, including Woodstock. Marshall has brought this amp back in all its glory with the 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead head. Get yours before it's gone.

Not just another reissue

The Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead head isn't just another reissue guitar amplifier. Engineers at Marshall sought out two original 1959 amplifiers and created a reissue that is so good that it's considered identical. Seriously. This amp has the 1959 Plexi tone and character you've been looking for - at a price far less than original models from the '60s.

Tonal bliss you can only get from a Marshall

From clean chord work to crunchy rhythm tones to scorching single notes, the Marshall 1959SLP has you covered. This guitar amp is a workhorse that won't let you down. You'll love the warm classic tones of the glowing EL34 and 12AX7 tubes. There's no sound like a dimed Marshall through a 4 x 12" cab, and you know you want that sound. Call your Sweetwater Sales Engineer and fulfill your dreams with a Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead head!

Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead Head Features:
  • Iconic Marshall Plexi tone in an all-tube 100-watt head
  • A reissue so good it is considered identical
  • All-tube design and tone featuring EL34 and 12AX7 tubes
  • Defeatable effects loop
Bring classic rock tones to your rig with the Marshall 1959SLP 100-watt Super Lead head!

Additional Media

1900 Series Tube Head User Manual
Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Total Power 100W
EQ 3-band with Presence
Preamp Tubes 3 x ECC83
Power Tubes 4 x EL34
Inputs 4 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Effects Loop Yes
Height 10.23"
Width 29.5"
Depth 8.26"
Weight 45.19 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M-1959SLP-01-U

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TONE MONSTER !!!!

Im totally blown away by my new marshall 1959slp reissue.... i wasnt expecting that much from Marshall....the tone is clear like a bell..not distorted its CLEAN LIKE A TWIN AMP....its a BLUES ROCK REGGAE COUNTRY HARD ROCK AMP.......... heres one cool setting..pr 2 , bass 3, mids 3, treble 0 , volume br 7-8 volume norm 7-8..... this amp is made for the workin musician or at least a musician with a band its made to cut tru the mix..( LIKE A HOT KNIFE IN BUTTER).what does it mean, it means that if you buy this for playing alone in your room its a bit oversized for this application......i play my head with or without a attenuator ( even at 2 the amp is frigging loud and clean... l ...lots of people tend to say that you absolutely need an attenuator for it....its a loud amp but IT SOUNDS GREAT AT 2-3 WITH A GOOD OD PEDAL..with an attenuator it compresses the signal a bit.but you use the marshall crunch instead of the pedal.......i dont wanna scare anyone but be aware that its not a hi gain machine and its GREAT WITHOUT MODS .....vintage 30s are a super good choice even if you hear the opposite...one more thing ....it sound superb with a strat with 56 american vintage pick ups.....its tha BEST amp i ever had and i had quite a lot ....i had sevrals twin from 67 to69 a 63 vibrolux...65 tremoluxes x2 and few traynors a jcm 900 slx 50 watts...gibson falcon to names few ...but for the original band im in now, i needed TONE AND POWER and i find it....be aware that its not a 10 knob amp and you find a good sweet spot and you go with it ..if you want to do channel switching and stuff its not the kindda amplifier....i wish i had to read this article before i bought my amp..i had to check youtube and marshall forum to fin d some info (sometimes very bad info)...dont beleive what kids say about amp being brittle it is not true ( if you set it up correctly)....thanks and have fun with a slp reissue
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BOW DOWN!

Ever wonder how Zues felt throwing those lightning bolts? You wanna find out? This is the REAL DEAL. Some people say these don't sound as good as the originals,well maybe,BUT i owned the "real" one back in the day and this is just as good. Talk about TONE. and yeah it's loud but you know that already.the effects loop is great and you can switch it out of the circuit if you want.this amp does not dissapoint.
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