I can only say that I live and die with my Musicman amps.Use both RD 115 (serieno:DP 07581,chassino:2100rd) and a RD 100 Head(serieno:DP 07771) that runs through a Marshall 4x12 cabinett.
The sound is awesome and the power is overwhelming,so who needs overdrive boxes?They produces the most warmest tone and I�ve no problem gettin�good gained leads.
I�ve used both Fender and Gibson way back,but now I�m stuck with 2 Fernandez Nomad guitars with high output.
I�ve had my RD100 for 20 years(knock on wood) and it has never failed me.
Got recently hold of the RD115.What a powerpack.Can�t wait til I get a extension cab connected to it.It defenitely does the job for smaller clubs and gigs.
My first experience with MM RD was in early eighties and I was litteraly hooked.I traded my Marshall head for the RD100 head.My best shot ever.
Today you rarely see MM, either in shops or on stage.They are unfortunately a lost specie,that is to say in Sweden where I come from.
Since I�m a real afficionado regarding MM I was pleased to have found this exellent site.Really surprised and warm at heart to see so many out there with the same passion for this unique brand.
Keep this site goin,Steve
Wow! Your amps look to be in great shape! They certainly have been better cared for than that Marshall "Amp Stand" they are sitting on!
Music Man fans are found the world over and your post proves it! Thanks for the great photos.
That old Marshall was bought in Denmark in 1976.Some years ago.
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