Marshall amplifier dating
Through their circuitry tuning innovations and expertise, BOSS engineers have made specialized fine adjustments to achieve the ideal brown sound.
Historically, there have been many masterpiece stack amps with complex overtone changes created by adding different distortions in each stage of serially connected multiple tubes.
As a result, noise is drastically reduced for an amp with this much output and the sound presence is greatly increased.
New Amplifiers are lifetime warranted to the original purchaser against failure of materials and workmanship. Tubes, Speakers and Footswitches are warranted for a period of ninety days from date of sales receipt from an Authorized Splawn dealer listed on this website.
The representative hard rock sound of the ‘70s and ‘80s is known as the “brown sound.” What then, is the “Waza Brown Sound?
” In developing the new Waza Amp, BOSS has been able to achieve the chewy sustain of the rich tube distortion, while at the same time achieving high clarity with a dynamic response to the picking nuances of the player.
Two power transformers are also incorporated to stably achieve 150-watt output (more than the 100-watt output of conventional tube amp heads) while driving the typical 4 x 12” cabinet impedance of 16 ohms.As the first-generation amplifiers evolved, component and cosmetic changes often took place; therefore there are a few different variations of these early amplifiers.The Marshall amp had evolved to 100-watt amp heads such as the “Plexi.” The power tube is 6L6 for the Fender, but for the Marshall, four EL34s with a parallel push-pull design are used to meet the demand of musicians for more output.This was achieved through BOSS’ comprehensive and vigorous torture tests.
In the Waza Amp, two transformer sections have been dedicated separately to the preamp and the power amp.The Waza cabinet comes in two formats: 4 x 12” and 2 x 12”.