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Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinets, August 26, 1971, Sam Houston Arena, Houston, Texas
General Specs
Watts: 100
Speakers: (4) 12" Celestion
Years in use: ca. February 1970-January 1973
The Marshall 2029 PA Cabinets were seen on stage from ca. February 1970 through January 1973. The cabinets were seen on both sides of the stage, most likely for the Sonic Wave Theremin for Page and for John Paul Jones' keyboards.

The Marshall 2029 PA Cabinets were powered by Marshall 1959SLP Amplifiers.


Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Robert Plant, February 27, 1970, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Jimmy Page, April 07, 1970, The Coliseum, Charlotte, North Carolina
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Robert Plant, August 22, 1970, Tarrant County Arena, Fort Worth, Texas
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Jimmy Page, September 14, 1971, Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Robert Plant, September 23, 1971, Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Robert Plant & John Paul Jones, February 20, 1972, Kooyong Stadium, Kooyong, Melbourne, Australia
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Led Zeppelin, June 11, 1972, Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Led Zeppelin, October 09, 1972, Osaka Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Led Zeppelin, October 28, 1972, Pavillion Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland
Marshall 2029 PA Cabinet
Jimmy Page & John Bonham, January 27, 1973, Caird Hall, Dundee, Scotland

Resources and Information:

Doyle, Michael. A History of Marshall The Illustrated Story Of The Sound Of Rock. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard, 1993.

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