The JTM-45/ 100 (JTM-100) The JTM-45/100 with the “block” logo Pete Townshend and John Entwistle of The Who needed amps that could overpower the noisy and energetic crowds.Marshall then “hot-rodded” the JTM-45 using four KT66 and two 50w output transformers to handle the extra wattage. The result was the JTM-45/100 (JTM-100, for short).Eric Clapton used a JTM-45 combo on the legendary (Now you know why this amp was called “Bluesbreaker” : P) He used his Les Paul through the Normal Channel of the amp. The then “horrible” distorted and saturated sound turned into what we know today as the “rock tone” (maybe not yet… Another example of this amp can be heard on AC/DC’s This is a confusing era, with lots of changes and new models. 😛 The transitition from the JTM to the JMP amps happened, in my view, with three steps.He discovered that, by playing really loud, it would start to “break up”. The first one was the creation of the first 100w amp.
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It was basically a copy of the 1959 Fender Bassman. In 1965, the plexiglass faceplates were introduced.This amp is basically the 50w version of the Super Lead, so the sound is really similar to it’s “big brother”.While all those changes happened, new models started being developed to expand Marshall’s catalog.But it also had the characteristic smoothness of the tube rectifier.
For this reason, this amp is known today as the JTM-50.
JTM-50 I’m not sure what recordings this amp was responsible for.