Transformers & Chokes
MarshallMarshall guitar amplifiers are among the most recognized in the world. They are known for their Marshall "crunch".
Triad MagneticsTriad magnetics is a custom manufacturer of transformers and inductors.
Transformer - Marshall, Output, 100 W, for JCM900
Genuine Marshall™ 100 watt output transformer for JCM900 and JCM2000.
Transformer - Marshall, Output, for JTM45
Genuine Marshall™ output transformer for JTM45.
Transformer - Marshall, Output, 50 W, for JCM 900
Genuine Marshall™ output transformer for JCM900 and JCM2000.
Transformer - Marshall, Power, 50 W, for JCM 900
Genuine Marshall™ 50 watt power transformer for JCM900.
Transformer - Marshall Replacement, Power, 100 W
100 watt replacement power transformer for Marshall. Good replacement for JMP and JCM800s for EL34! Built to vintage specs with exact interleave ratios and materials. Gives great classic sound. Great for upgrading later issue Marshall amps.
Transformer - Marshall Replacement, Power, 50 W
A good upgrade for later issue Marshall amplifiers. Good replacement for JMP and JCM 800s for EL34!
Transformer - Marshall, Output, 30 W, for JTM30
Genuine Marshall™ 30 watt output transfomer for JTM30.
Transformer - Hammond, Output, replacement for Marshall
- Replacements for Marshall Amps
- Designed for drop in replacement of original units.
- Physically, parts were designed to look similar to original factory units (where possible).
- Material used & design specs. were kept as close as possible to the original part to preserve the stock "tone".
Starting at $37.50
Filter Choke - Marshall Replacement, for JCM800
Replacement filter choke for Marshall JCM800s.
Transformer - Isolation, 50 VA, 115V, 435 mA, 2 x 115V
An Isolation Power Transformer for isolating equipment from direct connection to the power line. The transformer is constructed with non-concentrically wound coils. The primary and secondary are wound on separate arbors, then assembled on a laminate core side-by-side separated by insulation. This prevents electrical connection, under normal or overload conditions, between the primary and secondary windings.