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these cabs typically had a ‘100’ logo or for the rare Bass version then ‘Bass’ on a gold logo in upper left corner of grille which should be the ‘Bluesbreaker’ printed vinyl material…As opposed to later salt & pepper or basketweave grille material which were used by the time the Marshalls were uniformly logoed Super Lead or Super Bass in script on back of amp.It’s taken forever to even learn these basics, there are amp experts out there that know every date & detail, th0 sadly none seem to focus their knowledge on Jimi enough.Another rare amp he rocked was the JTM ‘black flag’ logo heads as seen on the Monterey ’67 set, right before they changed model names to JMP Super Lead etc.

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