Marshall home stereo

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9 Responses to “Marshall home stereo”

  1. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    Does it come with a complementary “Too old to rock and roll; too young to die.” tattoo?

    I’m pretty sure that every time an expensive stereo speaker dressed up as a guitar amp gets sold, a budding musician sells out to Mood Media Corporation in order to pay the bills…

  2. This seems perfectly natural to me: I use my Ampeg bass combo as the sub in my home system. Not ideal, but with some careful EQing it gets the job done.

  3. saint_al says:

    Quality used gear works as well. Doesn’t have to be Marshall, either.

    /My 1st guitar amp was scratchbuilt from a vacuum-tube phonograph.

  4. Paul Renault says:

    Amazing!  A one-speaker stereo!  

  5. hugh crawford says:

    Considering that the Marshall sound is pretty much exactly the opposite of Hi-Fi ie guitar goes in and jimi hendrix comes out this doesn’t make a lot of sense. Of course compared to laptop speakers I’m sure it’s the (altec) voice of the theater. 

    • Paul Renault says:

       I have experience in naming these.  We used to call ‘em Voice of the Cafeteria speakers at John Abbott College back in the day…

      Better name: “Voice of the Basement”.

  6. JuliANSR says:

    Uhm…you do this with any amp you currently own. What’s the big deal here?

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