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According to a Christies auction, Jimi Hendrix used a 1966 Marshall Super Lead 100 Watt amplifier head in several concerts from 1967 to 1969. According to the auction, here are some of the details of the amp head: "...Serial No. 7026, with black covering, front with white plastic Marshall logo, plexiglas control panel with six rotary controls, four inputs, two switches and indicator light, with white stencil lettering J.H.EXP. on the top in two places..." "...this was likely to be one of the first Marshall amps that Hendrix ever owned and could have been one of three Marshall amps purchased by the Jimi Hendrix Experience on 11 October, 1966." Marshall have used this amp as a template for their production of a [limited edition handwired Jimi Hendrix Signature Super 100JH head](http://equipboard.com/items/marshall-limited-edition-super-100jh-handwired-jimi-hendrix-stack).more
This photo is of Johnny Recording 'The Ramones,' New York City, February 1976 according to this [*Spin* article](http://www.spin.com/gallery/too-tough-die-exclusive-photos-johnny-ramones-memoir/?slide=2). *Premier Guitar* [writes in this article](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Maximum_Energy_The_Gear_of_the_Original_Punks_) "when money was finally available, Johnny purchased not one but three Marshall 1959 Mark II Super Lead heads and six Marshall 1960B 4x12 straight cabinets."more
Curt Kirkwood's Gear Guitars ’81 Gibson Les Paul sunburst (’50s reissue) Amps 50-watt Soldano with 4x10 cabinet, 100-watt Marshall Effects Boss DS-1 Distortion, Fulltone OCD, Chandler Tube Driver, Dunlop Slash Wah, Morley Echo/Chorus/Vibrato, Maxon Analog Delay, Boss RE-20 Delay Strings, Picks, and Accessories Ernie Ball Regular Slinky strings, Tortex Purple (1.14 mm) and U.S. quarters for picksmore