March 1967 Rose-Morris advertisement for Marshall amplifiers and the Marshall SupaFuzz pedal.
...used by many of today's big names including The Who, Spencer Davis, the Cream, and the Small Faces, Marshall's big sound is for you! Select your own particular set-up. Over 2 dozen separate units from 18w to 200 watts to chose from
This advertisement, like the previous (February 67) was all-mod. Rickenbacker bass, Marshall amp and a list of the best known Mod acts. And both adverts use the same text.
Marshall Amplifiers - Beat Instrumental Polls 1966
Mid sixties British advert for Marshall amplifiers - placed by Rose Morris of London, who were Marshalls distributors at the time. "The Who, Steve Winwood of the Spencer Davis Group, Jeff Beck of t...
Marshall Amplifiers - Now it's Marshall "200"
Mid sixties British advert for the new Marshall 200 watt amplifier and 100 watt speaker cabinets. Marshall were distributed by Rose Morris at this time
Marshall Amplifiers - Tiles - exclusively Marshall
Marshall were distributed in the UK by Rose Morris of London throughout the 1960s. The list of Marshall endorsers, even at this early point (pre-Hendrix!)in the companies history was quite impressive.
Marshall Amplifiers - The Sound Of Sucess
Jimi Hendrix Experience - The Tremeloes - Procol Harum - The Cream - The Bee Gees - The Small Faces - Roy Orbison - Jimmy James & The Vagabonds - Spencer Davis
Marshall's solid sound is behi...
Marshall Amplifiers - The 'Marshall Sound' is Getting Around
February 1967 advertisement for Marshall amplifiers. Rose-Morris were the UK distributors of both Marshall and Rickenbacker. This advert is total mod.. and totally of it's time. Ironically the foot...
Marshall Amplifiers - The Sound of Success
Rose-Morris Marshall advertisement from late summer 1967 (September / October). This advert shows a number of acts that use Marshall equipment: Roy Orbison and the Small Faces (who had been on tour...
Marshall Amplifiers - Top Singers - Top Groups Top Sounds By Marshall
Illustration for Marshall amplifiers. UK advert featuring numerous bands big in the UK in 1968: Hendrix, Cream, Procul Harum etc. Placed by Rose Morris - then Marshall distributor
Marshall Amplifiers - All Right, You Guys. So Impress Me
Late 1960s Rose Morris advertisement for Marshall amplifiers; highlighting the superior tone of Marshall guitar amps, and listing a number of high-profile Marshall users.
Marshall Amplifiers - You're Not Just a Pretty Face, Baby
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
Marshall Amplifiers - Hit the Road, Jack
Rose Morris advert from the end of the 1960s, featuring Marshall amplifiers, and Marshall quality sound reproduction
Marshall Amplifiers - Food For Thought. Vanilla Fudge. Grapefruit. The Toast.
British advert for Marshall amplifiersIn case these names have escaped you we'll tell you they're where you should be. At the top. You might say you're as good and deserve to be there too. However ...
Marshall Amplifiers - This is How You Look to the A&R Man
He'll decide for you. Based on your sound. That's what hit records are made of.
But quality sound. The sort you can only get from ...