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"We've got a 200-watt Marshall Major. A 1970 I think this one is, through 1972. 8x10, originally a 120-watt cab but I had to swap out the drivers for 40-watt Celestions because obviously it was probably likely that a 200-watt Major was going to cause it catch fire otherwise. Josh did say it sounded great, haha, but things often sound great just before they catch fire. Destruction sounds amazing," says Josh Klinghoffer's guitar tech.more
In [this interview](http://www.musicplayers.com/features/guitars/2007/0407_Steve_Rothery.php), Steve Rothery says, "In the old days, we’re going back a few years, from our second album, Fugazi, through pretty much to probably Radiation, the two amps I used were a Marshall master volume head on a 4x12 for the crunch sounds, sort of heavy chordal sounds, and a [Roland] JC 120 which I used with various effects: digital delays, BOSS chorus, BOSS DS-1 distortion for solo sound…"more