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Marshall advertisement (1969)

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Late 1960s Rose Morris Marshall advertisement for Marshall guitar amplifiers and PAs - highlighting the important characteristic qualities of Marshall amps: volume, tone and high sound quality

Highlighting Marshall sound quality to a fictional late 1960s group

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