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A symbol of rock and roll. Marshall amps are known for their raw rock sound and versatility to achieve lots of tones.
A symbol of rock and roll. Marshall amps are known for their raw rock sound and versatility to achieve lots of tones.Our selection ranges from 10W practice amps to powerful cabinets and 100W heads for your very own Marshall stack. Enjoy that classic Marshall sound with peace of mind thanks to Gear4music’s two-year warranty. These stacks have been seen behind countless rock legends over the years, from Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Van Halen, The Who, and many, many more. Incredibly dynamic but also renowned for their dirty tones, Marshall guitar amps are a force of nature.
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Marshall amps need no introduction. You'll no doubt have seen their famous logo and inimitable look emblazoned across many stages around the world. Having been around since 1961, their long and illustrious history now stretches over more than 60 years!
They're renowned for using valve (or tube) technology, meaning nearly every Marshall guitar amp, like the celebrated JVM210H 100W, has a warm, thick, organic tone which sounds absolutely huge. Their overdrive circuitry is worshipped by everything from blues bands to extreme metal bands - they sound spectacular. Filled with crunch, shimmering overtones, plenty of attack, and often multiple channels (clean, overdrive, ultra-gain), they can pack one thunderous punch. Marshall Amps' clean settings are also prolific, having a bell-like chime which can be moulded to the player's needs.
On the iconic gold-plated front panel of these beauties you'll find an array of satisfying, responsive controls. From three-band EQs for shaping the bass, midrange, and treble frequencies, to drive, reverb, channel switches and more, this innovative amp maker pays attention to the details. Some models, like the Marshall MG15GFX Gold 15W Combo, make use of more modern solid state technology too, meaning they're lighter and often have more built-in effects than their heavier valve counterparts.
Whilst Marshall guitar amps' thunderous legacy is often talked about, this company has a blindingly bright future ahead of it too.
Marshall amps are still considered to be some of the best and most reliable made today. Their valve technology may be old, but it still creates some of the most detailed, defined, and thick tones around. They are also robust and heavy-duty, meaning they are loved by gigging guitarists.
Marshall Guitar Amps are the same company they were over sixty years ago. They have, however, grown and expanded significantly since then, releasing many more models and series. They're also now owned by Zound Industries after being sold on by the Marshall family (they are still the largest stakeholder).
Jimi Hendrix was known to use a number of different Marshall amps. The most notable models were the Marshall Super lead 100 watt, Marshall Super 100JH 'Plexi Head, and Marshall JTM45.