Marshall's New Paul Weller Signature Amp: See it now

27th Feb 2009 | 12:52

Introducing Paul Weller’s first signature amp – the Marshall 1987X-PW.

Introducing Paul Weller’s first signature amp – the Marshall 1987X-PW.



The eye catching look is very much in keeping with Weller’s Modfather status while the PW’s source of inspiration is a 2100 Lead and Bass 50 – namely the 1976 50-watt combo Weller has been using for the last ten years.



The original valve-driven Lead and Bass models (they have one lead and one bass channel) were made in small numbers between 1973 and 1976.



The limited edition Weller valve amp – constructed by hand at Marshall’s factory in England – is finished in off-white levant and baffle and features the classic MOD target.

A fitting celebration of Weller’s career for this 50th birthday, Marshall will also donate proceeds from every 1987X-PW sold to the Childline charity.

It’s available now from selected Marshall dealers.

RRP £999



1987X-PW features:

Type: Combo
Output: (RMS) 50 Watt
Speakers: 2 x G12C Greenback
Channel I: 1987 Super Lead
Channel II: 1986 Super Bass
Three-band EQ
Pre-Amp Valves 3 x ECC83
Power Amp Valves 2 x EL34
Dimensions: (mm) 740 x 610 x 265
Weight: (kg) 30.2


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