I'm new to the Superleads but the 1987 is the 50W version of the 1959. I recon the 1987x sounds like it's got a more bitey sound then the 1959 amp. which seems to have a darker bass tone and more distorting happening. Differences between 1959hw vs 1959slp. Thanks for the input! Either a PPIMV (which I am going to get for my 1987) or an attenuator are necessary without killing small animals...I can only speak to the 1987 but mine takes pedals very well - I run either a TS or SD1. I find the 1987 a little “thicker” maybe because of the increased compression. Mid 60's 100W JTM 45/100 Late 60's 100W 1959SLP … There is only 3db difference of volume between the 1987 and 1959. Both are crazy loud but you should know that already from owning Hiwatts. Joined: Mar 15, 2016 Messages: 15 Likes Received: 5. Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Richard Mazzaferro, Mar 15, 2016. Marshall 1987x vs 1959 SLP... What's the difference? ...is thw 100 wt 1959 worth it....only you can say what ever you pick they will sound good. The answer to this question depends on so many factors. guys that love the 50 watt 87 will say maybe. Mar 1, 2019 #1 I’m considering buying a Studio Vintage Head. Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by dreyn77, Feb 9, 2016. (both amps are bone stock, the 100w was simply built with the components I wanted but are 100% accurate to a real '69 circuit). They have a similar but different sound. I have a 1987x..love it more than anything but here's a question for those who have used both, does the 1959 have more gain on tap than the 1987x ? Low end punch and headroom from the 100-watter. only the 100 has the thump of hendrix EVH Cream. Loud at band volume? AND the only change is the amp, then, you can make a direct comparison between the two amps. there is less low end thump but I was using my 1974 JMP50 at rehersal today and getting a nice tone with good sustain and with a 4x12 I can still hear. Are there any tonal differences between these two amps. Jul 29, 2012 #1 Is it worth spending the extra money for the 59 SLP? I prefer the 1987 as I find it has tons of low end grunt and punch. ). Messages 11,426. Why exactly does Reverb not let you cancel an offer you made. My thing is the 1959 the 50 watters are the same loudness with more compression and distortion. S. sixty2strat Member. Sixty makes a good point about the 1987 being cheaper to retube, especially if you're going to use NOS EL34s. To the OP what do you like? hahaha! Do they use the same components such as the same transformer , capacitors etc. Thread starter TrippyStormtrooper; Start date Mar 1, 2019; Tags 1987x marshall studio vintage; TrippyStormtrooper Senior Member. 1956tvmodel Active Member. To be sure, I'd need to be in the same room, but judging only from the video, I found the 1959SLP more pleasing to my ears than the 1987X. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I love them both. guys that love will tell you yes! Is it worth spending the extra money for the 59 SLP? Welcome to the forum. I prefer power tube distortion over pedals but YMMV. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Richard Mazzaferro New Member. the 100 watt 59 is the stuff f legands, But Beck loved 1987's. guys that love the 50 watt 87 will say maybe. I’m looking to run it with a 2x12 and a JHS Little Black Box in the FX Loop as a master volume. The one thing I will say is the 50's are easier to gig with since they break up sooner and are cheaper to retube. Hey There Marshallmellowe - I see in your signature that you own a 1987x. Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by 1956tvmodel, Jan 27, 2013. I think johan's got recording stuff down to an artform. ). Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by Richard Mazzaferro, Mar 15, 2016. I owned a couple of 1987X reissues and a real 1968 JMP 50 watt plexi. I like the cleans too. JavaScript is disabled. SV20H vs 1987X. Thanks for any info Mike 1956tvmodel, … Have you tried both? The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. I realize that this issue has been addressed previously but I wanted a fresh take given some improvements supposedly made on the … Both amps are incredibly loud. 1987x Vs 1959slp. Marshall was unable to source a single 100W output transformer as prior to this there had never been the demand. Messages 465. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. What a shame, Johan forgot to add the Monster 200w in his comparison. How would you describe the tone? Michael RT's post is great too and funny! only the 100 has the thump of hendrix EVH Cream. I have both, an early '70s 50w JMP and a '69 100w Superlead "custom" build. Joined Sep 17, 2014 Messages 682 Reaction score 1,088 . More similar in tone than different, but like sixty2strat said, there are tonal differences that you should consider. Question: did you choose the 1987 over the 1959? If we use the same artist, rig, approach, and axes. These guys hit it on the head. Thread starter Progman; Start date Jul 29, 2012; Progman Member. In addition to weight, tube replacement cost I prefer the 1987 as does Malmsteen and many others I believe due to voltages, dropping resistors and the Transformers which are indeed quite important to the "Tone" sound and feel. Jul 30, 2012 #2 guys that love will tell you yes! it's sounding real to me these days. Monsters of the midway, I heard those same sounds which you described. Joined: Jan 30, 2009 Messages: 100 Likes Received: 116. As an experiment, if we use a bunch of controls to SHOW the difference between a 50-watt and 100-watt, you can actually hear the difference. The reissue is a great amp, but was much louder, brighter and tighter than the '68. You must log in or register to reply here. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. The 100 is more open and “explosive” as a previous poster said. The '68 was a warmer and overall cleaner tone. If so, what were the factours in making your decision? I'm sure the 1987X is extremely useful for many different genres, but the 1959SLP just speaks to me a little more. Hello All; I am new to the forum and thanks for having me. The JTM 45/100 reissue has two output transformers, each feeding one half of the 8*12 stack (two 4*12 cabs) The main difference between the three amps is which era of sound from a stack that you are looking for from Marshall. Thanks for posting this video here, Dreyn.

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