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Red Dog has them too. exact same timeframe for the deal as well, IIRC. Sounds like it's coming from the manufacturer maybe?
Eden are now owned by Marshall.
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Dave_Mc said:I was wondering why Marshall didn't have any bass amps on its site any more. That explains it, I guess.
Dave_Mc said:I was wondering why Marshall didn't have any bass amps on its site any more. That explains it, I guess.Yes. All gone… read the product descriptions:http://www.marshallamps.com/search/bassA shame - particularly for the VBA400 - although if they weren't selling then I can see why.I actually wonder if they should reissue some of their *vintage* bass amps - I know modern bass players wouldn't touch them with a bargepole - or at least not as a main amp, some might want to use them for a specific fuzzy tone in a multi-amp rig - but quite a few guitarists use them as well… Malcolm Young, Adam Jones and John Frusciante are three (very different) ones who use the Super Bass 100, and Frusciante uses a Major as well. The Major could be a viable stand-alone bass amp, too. Kill two birds with one product range - or three if they did a Model 1986 50W Bass (Paul Kossoff's favourite amp) as well…Sorry, bit of a thread diversion from Eden!