Artist Owned 1997 Marshall Limited Edition Bluesbreaker JTM 50 Tremolo guitar amplifier. Bought by The Alarm for the 2003 'In The Poppy Fields' recording sessions and tour. Used in the '45 RPM' video that created the international rock scandal around 'In The Poppy Fields', when the Alarm used a fake band to cover their identity (and age), from the music industry upon release. '45 RPM' became a top 20 hit in 2004. The amps were used on many tours and Gatherings and also by the infamous 'Children of the Revolution' Glam rock band.
This rare Marshall amp is part of the world-famous gear collection at Essex Recording Studios! Check out our website and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, TWITCH and YouTube! @essexrecordingstudios
International buyers are welcome! We ship to any country in the world! This amp will be packed and shipped with love, care and respect! The amp is 25 years old and in normal tour used condition - watch the condition video here and on our Essex Recording Studios YouTube channel for full up close details of this beautiful guitar! You are welcome to collect the guitar in person if you are local to our studio in Southend, England at postcode SS1 1AB directly opposite Southend Central train station.
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