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Marshall 4140 Country and Club

Marshall 2x12 valve guitar combo

Vintage advertisements for the Marshall Club and Country 4140

Amplifier advertisements originally published from 1979 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Marshall Club and Country 4140 - Rose-Morris Marshall

Marshall Club and Country 4140 - Rose-Morris Marshall (1979)
Late seventies Rose-Morris advertisement for three Marshall valve amplifiers. The Country and Club range consisted of two valve combos for guitar: the Marshall 4140 (2x12) and the Marshall 4145 (4x...

The Marshall 4140 Country and Club, was designed for a cleaner sound than Marshall is normally associated with - as the name implies. Debuting in 1978, was is effectively Marshall's version of the Fender Twin. The following extract comes from original 70s publicity material

Two years of extensive research and development by the Marshall engineers, has produced the ultimate club and country musician's combo. The powerful, new 100W valve amplifier, driving two specially designed 12" (30.48 cm) 80W speakers, utilises two channels for a rich, smooth sound. Channel one features reverb and boost (also controllable with footswitch provided), whilst channel two has a flatter response for microphone, or second instrument use. Finished in brown oak leathercloth, with straw coloured speaker fret


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