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Amplifiers previously produced in England by Marshall between circa 1965 and 1966.
Kitchen-Marshall is another trademark Marshall used for a private brand even though the amp is a Marshall in design. The Kitchen chain of music shops was located in North England in the mid- to late 1960s, and like CMI and Park, Kitchen Music came to Marshall to build amps for them. Marshall agreed, and built the amps under the name Kitchen-Marshall due to Marshall's exclusive distribution deal with Rose-Morris. Kitchen-Marshall-branded amps include guitar and P.A. amp heads along with 4-12 in. speaker cabinets. These amps look exactly like Marshalls, except they have a logo featuring "Kitchen" spelled before Marshall in the block logo. These amps are very rare today, and prices in the used marketplace have ranged between $5,000 and $7,500 for a JTM 45W head. Information courtesy: Michael Doyle, The History of Marshall.

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