Marshall Choke Values

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Marshall Choke Values

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat Feb 20, 2010 11:03 am

Here are some values measured on various chokes used in Marshall amplifiers over the years. These are random chokes and were not picked for there value.

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Open Frame Choke from the 70's.

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A 1990 choke from a reissue JTM45.

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A 2007 choke from a BB reissue.
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Re: Marshall Choke Values

Postby Brian Wallace » Wed Jun 27, 2012 3:42 pm

Just measured the choke on a 1989 Marshall 2210 100W. The choke number is DE C-3064J and it measured 3H @ 104.7 ohms. Looks the same as the 1471-263 and the D2475.
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Re: Marshall Choke Values

Postby Brian Wallace » Sat May 12, 2018 5:06 pm

Another for the list, a 352-114 Drake choke.

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