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Marshall 2203KK Kerry King signature JCM800 head
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JVM410H Head & JVM410C 2 x12 Combo The JVM Series 100 Watt, valve-driven power stage is built on the classic design responsible for the legendary Marshall roar found in the JCMand Plexi Super Lead amplifiers a timeless foundation for countless classic rock and metal guitar tones for over four decades. Each of the JVMs four channels: clean, crunch, OD1 & OD2 has three modes green, orange and red providing 12 totally unique, yet complimentary amplifier topologies, making it 12 amps in one. As a result, the Series offers an amazing array of instantly switchable tones from the cleanest clean to the highest gain ever found in a Marshall and all points in-between. The JVM front panel is simple and uncompromising; dedicated Gain, EQ, Volume and Reverb are present for each of the four channels. Add to this
a Master section with dual Master Volumes, Resonance and Presence and you have a clear, concise layout that makes the JVM easy and intuitive to use. With seamless switching, perfect memory, and MIDI, onboard logic not only ensures switching is swift and silent, but also remembers the position of each front panel switch in all 12 modes. Every JVM is made at our Marshall factory in England using time-tested, traditional methods of craftsmanship and construction, combined with the latest advances in modern manufacturing technology, ensuring world class build quality and roadworthiness. Internally, the JVM circuitry and layout has been kept to a minimum, ensuring the integrity of the guitar tone and an incredibly low noise floor this, coupled with meticulous valve selection and high tolerance along with quality components adds to the all-important reliability factor that is synonymous with the Marshall legend. The JVM Series also includes the JVM410C 2x12 combo which boasts two different speaker types Celestion Vintage and a Celestion Heritage allowing the combo to deliver spacious, rich tones backed-up with a solid low-end thump. Ultimate Control & Connectivity Every JVM is supplied with a 6-way, fully programmable footswitch. This revolutionary, UK patent-pending technology allows single front panel switches or entire set-ups (Channel, Mode, Reverb, FX Loop and Master Volume switch settings) to be simply assigned to any foot switch. The footswitchs group of multi-coloured LEDs reflect every front panel switch status ensuring, in the heat of a performance, that you know exactly where you are with no need to see the amp. To add to its already impressive guitarist friendliness, the JVM footswitch connects to the amplifier via a standard guitar lead, making it easy to replace with any length you may need. Additionally, the JVMs MIDI In and Thru connection means it can easily be integrated in a MIDI switching set-up, allowing you to store and recall 128 complete amplifier set-ups. With its built-in memory and switching options, the JVMs possibilities are endless.
Check out our website at www.marshallamps.com for a full list of features and demonstration. Marshall Amplification Product Catalogue
FEATURES Head Combo Output (RMS) Speakers Pre-Amp Valves Power Amp Valves Footswitch (supplied) Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) JVM410H No 100 Watt No 4 x ECCx ECC83, 4 x EL34 PEDL-x 310 x JVM410C No 100 Watt 1 x Vintage, 1 x Heritage 4 x ECCx ECC83, 4 x EL34 PEDL-x 510 x 265 34.5
Vintage Modern Amplifiers
2466 Head 2266 Head 2266C Combo 425A/425B Cabs
The most responsive amp Ive ever played, when you crank up the gain the clarity remains and when the solo boost (Dynamic boost) kicks in you better run for cover as this beast really cooks!
Thats one BAD ASS amp! Ive been searching for this sound for over 30 years, now right outta the box, here it is! Amazing.
From left to right: 2266C Combo 2466 Head 425A Cab 425B Cab 2266 Head 425A Cab
The Vintage Modern Series is a brand new range of UK manufactured all-valve amplifiers that caters for the guitarist who likes to primarily control their sound from playing dynamics and their instruments volume and tone controls. These amplifiers have 100% mid 60s to early 70s vintage British blues rock tone with the ability to switch to a hot rod mode to find those modded sounds of the harder rock bands of that era. The KT66 Power Amp section and power supply are taken from the Super 100 models made from 1966 to 1968, while the pre-amp has been optimised to provide greater flexibility in setting the sound to complement specific instruments and styles and ultimately achieve your own signature tone. Inherently less aggressive in the treble region than the later EL34 loaded amps, but fatter in the low mid and mid region, the sound is instantly recognisable as classic early Marshall power driven tone!
2466, 2266 & 2266C The Watt head, Watt head and 2266C 50 Watt 2x12 combo are all-valve single channel amplifiers offering a choice of two dynamic ranges selectable by footswitch. The Low range equates to the performance you would come to expect from a stock vintage Marshall amplifier in terms of tone and available gain. The High range adds an extra pre-amp valve into the signal path, facilitating those classic hard rock tones of the Seventies. Add to this, the ability to optimally interface with your instruments Volume and Tone controls and the experience translates into a truly expressive and organic feel in performance. Two frequency selective Pre-amp Volumes (Gains) Body and Detail facilitate greater flexibility of tonal shaping for individual guitars and styles, while the power amplifier is from some of the earliest 100W Marshall amplifiers to be produced, with KT66 output valves yielding that substantial fat and smooth tone, four on the 2466 and two on the
FEATURES Head 1959HW 2061X No 20 Watt No No 2 x ECCx EL84 No N/A 510 x 225 x 1974X No 18 Watt 1 x G12M-20 Special 3 x ECCx ELx EZ81 PEDL-x 535 x 230 19
Combo No 100 Watt Output (RMS) Tremolo No Speakers No Pre-Amp Valves 3 x ECCx EL34 Power Amp Valves Valve Rectifier No Footswitch (supplied) N/A Dimensions (mm) 744 x 305 x 210 Weight (kg) 22
Cabinet Type Angled Cabinet Type Base Speaker Configuration Speaker Type Power (RMS) Impedance Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg)
4 x 12" G12H-30 (55Hz) 120 Watt 16 Ohm AHW - 762 x 826 x 362 BHW - 765 x 820 x 364 36.4
No 2 x 12" G12H-30 (75Hz) 60 Watt
1 x 12" G12M-Watt
650 x 665 x 305 24
610 x 535 x 230 14
Vintage Re-Issue Amplifiers
1959SLP Head 1987X Head 2245 (JTM45) Head
I love everything about the amp, the tone, the crunch, the singing sustains when coupled with my Signature YJM DOD Overdrive pedal. I could go on and on.
The 1959SLP head is everything you need from an amp. Its crisp and beefy as f**k.What more could you ask for in a rock band. Its the most rocking guitar sound Ive ever had.
From left to right: 1987X Head 1960AX Cab 1960BX Cab 2245 (JTM45) Head 1960TV Cab 1959SLP Head 1960AX Cab 1960BX Cab
The Vintage Series comprises the 100 Watt 1959SLP head, 50 Watt 1987X head, the 30 Watt JTM45 head, 30 Watt 1962 Bluesbreaker combo, the 100 Watt JCMhead and the JCMhead. All are faithful reproductions of the classic originals, which helped shape the sound of the modern electric guitar as we know it. The common characteristic of all these amps is their simplicity of operation and superb natural valve tone. Due to high demand from users we have taken this opportunity to add a sonically transparent Effects Loop to the 1959SLP, 1987X and JCMmodels. The Loop has been designed to not colour the guitar sound in any way, and a (true) Bypass switch gives you the option of completely removing this circuitry if desired. The only exception is the JCMwhere the Series Effects Loop has always been a pivotal part of this versatile amps design. A loop Level switch on all these models ensures compatibility with both rack processors and stomp boxes.
heads as the best Marshalls ever! It also wont surprise you when you learn that this dynamic duo of JCM2000 amps have become the companys best selling all-valve heads to date. DSL401 Combo Weighing in at 40 Watts and housing two independent, footswitchable channels, the compact, EL84-powered DSL401 1x12" combo is the smallest model of the impressive, eight member JCM2000 family. Dont let the relatively small size fool you though, it packs a powerful punch. In fact, the DSL401 made such a big impression on Art Thompson, the technical editor of Guitar Player magazine, that he felt compelled to write the following: Their tight, punchy tones are Marshall through and through, these new combos are the mightiest minis that Marshall has ever made. Like its bigger brothers, the Clean channel of the DSL401 produces a wide array of crystal clear yet complex, clean sounds. It also gets big n bluesy when the channels Gain control is cranked up. As Mr Thompson so aptly put it in his Guitar Player review: The clean channel yields sparkling tones at low settings and increasing levels of fat grind as you turn up the gain. With the Gain knob maxed, you get a throaty lead sound that cleans up nicely when you roll down your guitar volume. Strats and Teles sounded particularly rich and aggressive. Sticking with Arts much-respected eloquence, heres how he described the Overdrive channel of this amp in his rave review: Depending on how you set the highly interactive Gain and Volume controls, you can dial in anything from pert overdrive to perpetual sustain and beyond. The DSL401 boasts the following rear panel attributes: dual speaker jacks (with an 8 Ohm/16 Ohm impedance selector switch) for driving external cabinets and an optional Reverb on/off footswitch jack. The most significant extra of them all though is this, the DSL401 has three footswitchable sounds Clean, OD1 & OD2! The difference between OD1 and OD2? A massive 20dB boost which is instantly accessible with a mere tap of your foot on the supplied 2-way (Clean/OD, OD1/OD2) LED footswitch.
FEATURES Head Combo Output (RMS) Channels Modes per Channel Reverb Control Tone Shift Deep Switch Series FX Loop Parallel FX Loop Pre-Amp Valves Power Amp Valves Footswitch (supplied) Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) DSL100 No 100 Watt (per Ch) No 4 x ECCx EL34 PEDL-x 310 x DSL50 No 50 Watt (per Ch) No 4 x ECCx EL34 PEDL-x 310 x DSL401 No 40 Watt 3 None No No No 4 x ECCx EL84 PEDL-x 485 x 265 20
From left to right: DSL401 Combo DSL50 Head 1960A Cab DSL100 Head 1960A Cab 1960B Cab
JCM2000 TSL Amplifiers
TSL100 Head TSL122 Combo
(Story of the Year)
FEATURES Head TSL100 TSL122 No 100 Watt 3 4 x ECCx EL34 PEDL-x 510 x 265 30.5 (x 2)
No Combo Output (RMS) 100 Watt Channels 3 Independent Tone Networks per Ch. Mid Boost on Clean Channel Deep Switches (Clean & Crunch/Lead) Tone Shift Switches (Crunch & Lead) Virtual Power Reduction Output Mute Spring Reverb with Dual Controls Emulated Line Out Two Footswitchable FX Loops FX Mix Controls Pre-Amp Valves 4 x ECC83 Power Amp Valves 4 x EL34 PEDL-10021 5-Way LED Footcontroller (supplied) 750 x 310 x 215 Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) 22.5 Speakers No
FEATURES Speaker Configuration Power (RMS) Impedance Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) TSLCx Watt 16 Ohm 673 x 478 x 260 24
Speaker Talk To maximise its already superior sonic powers, the TSL122, 2x12" combo has been fitted with two different 12" speaker types a Marshall/Celestion Vintage and a Marshall/Celestion Heritage. By combining the unique characteristics of this pairing, optimum tone and performance is ensured. A 2x12" extension cabinet for the TSL122, the TSLC212, is also available. This 16 Ohm cabinet features the exact same speaker combination to make it the perfect match for the combo, both sonically and visually.
Marshall Amplification Product Catalogue Marshall Amplification Product Catalogue
TSL60 Head TSL601 Combo TSL602 Combo
Marshall amps have always been a part of my sound. From clean to massive crunch tones and everything in between when it comes to amps, as always, Marshall means business.
(Our Lady Peace)
I use Marshall amps because they give me the power and punch that I need as well as being extremely warm and versatile.
This trio of triple channel, 60 Watt, tone monsters are proud members of the critically-acclaimed JCM2000 Series. In keeping with their rich family heritage, they each boast a 100% pure, all-valve signal path (4 x ECC83 pre-amp valves, 2 x EL34 power valves) and a host of guitarist-friendly features. The three units that make up the TSL60 Series are: the TSL60 head, the TSL601 1x12" combo and the TSL602 2x12" combo. In terms of amplifier attributes, theyre identical triplets in fact, the only difference between them is the size of the cabinet in which they each dwell and the fact that the TSL601 and TSL602 combos obviously drive straight into their own internal, custom-voiced Celestion speakers.
FEATURES Output (RMS) TSLWatt TSLWatt 3 4 x ECCx EL34 PEDL-10021 (x 1) 575 x 485 x TSLWatt 3 4 x ECCx EL34 PEDL-10021 (x 2) 680 x 510 x 270 30
3 Number of Channels Two Tone Networks (Clean & Crunch/Lead) Deep Switches Tone Shift Switch (Crunch/Lead) Spring Reverb with Dual Controls Emulated Line Out FX Mix Control Footswitchable FX Loop 4 x ECC83 Pre-Amp Valves Power Amp Valves 2 x EL34 5-Way LED Footcontroller (supplied) PEDL-10021 Wolverine Speakers No Dimensions (mm) 750 x 310 x 221 Weight (kg) 18
From left to right: TSL601 Combo TSL60 Head 1960A Cab 1960B Cab TSL602 Combo
TSL60 Series Speakers The TSL601 and TSL602 combos feature a custom-voiced speaker designed by our R&D department in conjunction with Celestion. This 12" speaker was specifically developed with the TSL601 and TSL602 combos in mind and were so delighted with its sheer tonality, attitude and power that it has earned the title the Wolverine. Why? Because, like the animal after which it is named, this beast of a speaker delivers a mighty, tone-filled bite that belies its diminutive size!
Mode Four Amplifier
MF350 Head MF280A/B Cabs MF400A/B Cabs
I want to use the best amps in the world. Thats why Ill be with Marshall forever!
My Marshall has enabled me to do away with half of what I used to use on the floor.Youll find that your old distortion and boost pedals will make great gifts.
From left to right: MF350 Head MF400B Cab MF350 Head MF280A Cab MF280B Cab
Attitude, stunning good looks and an incredible 350 Watts of brutal yet toneful power set the Mode Four apart from all other amps. Add to this an arsenal of great sounds, a wide range of professional features plus groundbreaking, state-of-the-art hybrid technology and you have a Marshall like no other.
MF350 Head A great many amplifiers have claimed to offer both classic and modern tones but, in truth, have fallen well short of the mark. The Mode Four boasts a true Two Amplifiers in One design. Not only do AMP 1 and AMP 2 have totally separate valve pre-amplifier circuits, each housing an ECC83 valve, the MF350s power amp section completely reconfigures itself depending on the AMP selected. Each AMP type having two footswitchable modes further enhances flexibility. AMP 1 offers CLEAN and CRUNCH, while AMP 2 has OD1 and OD2. AMP 1 AMP 1 is the Classic side of the Mode Four. Whenever it is selected, the power amp reconfigures to recreate the unmistakable sound and feel of our world-renowned 100 Watt valve power stage. Using this as a sonic foundation, AMP 1 produces Marshalls legendary open roar. While AMP 1s CLEAN mode produces incredibly dynamic, three-dimensional clean and bluesy crunch sounds, selecting CRUNCH unleashes the unbridled aggression and bite of a 2203, but with levels of gain never imagined in 1981 when the much-lauded JCM800 series was first launched. AMP 2 In terms of sheer gain, AMP 2 takes over from where AMP 1 leaves off, with OD2 mode offering more gain than any other Marshall before! Thanks to the Mode Fours radical design, the player retains
FEATURES Head Output (RMS) 3 Band EQ Pre-Amp Valves Power Amp Valves Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) 2203KK 100 Watt 3 x ECCx KTx 310 x 215 21.5
Jimi Hendrix Amplifier
Super 100JH Head 1982AJH/1982BJH Cabs
I love my Marshall amps: I am nothing without them!
Right: Super 100JH Head 1982JHA Cab 1982JHB Cab
Jimi Hendrix was my greatest ambassador without any doubt at all, states the Guvnor, Jim Marshall. In my book his playing is still the best ever and his showmanship was fantastic. I can still remember him scaring the living daylights out of all the big name English guitarists because theyd never seen or heard anything like Jimi no one had.
Super 100JH Head In close conjunction with Authentic Hendrix, the family company established by Jimis father, the late James Al Hendrix, and after many months of painstaking research, we are proud to announce the limited edition, handwired Super 100JH 100 Watt stack. This is the latest addition to our ongoing series of handwired re-issues. It celebrates the 40th Anniversary of our world famous association with the late, great Jimi Hendrix and pays homage to the legendary guitarist. Anyone who truly knew Jimi was well aware of how seriously he took his instruments and equipment, states Janie Hendrix, the President/CEO of Authentic Hendrix. To achieve the sound he heard playing inside, he had to have the right tools. Gauging from his performances, he clearly embraced Marshall amps. We too, embrace Marshall because it allowed us to hear Jimi as we never would have before, with the truest sound and most feeling. We are happy to see the past reborn in the form of this Jimi Hendrix amp stack. It is our pleasure to partner with Marshall Amplification in giving volume to the legacy of Jimi. After hearing and then playing through a Marshall stack for the first time while in London during the Autumn of 1966, Jimi Hendrix wanted to meet the man who created these amplifiers and coincidentally shared his first and middle names James Marshall! Thus, in October of that year, the guitarist visited Jims shop in Hanwell and a lasting friendship and association was immediately struck. Despite his somewhat wild appearance and his incredible, larger-than-life on-stage persona, Jimi was a very softly spoken and extremely polite young man with a fantastic
FEATURES Head Output (RMS) Channels 4 Band EQ Pre-Amp Valves Power Amp Valves Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) Super 100JH 100 Watt x ECCx KTx 270 x 210 22
FEATURES Speaker Configuration Power (RMS) Impedance Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) 1982AJH 4 x Watt 16 Ohm 754 x 741 x 355 36.4 1982BJH 4 x Watt 16 Ohm 754 x 914 x 355 41.5
Regenerator Reflector Echohead
All of these Marshall pedals tick the right boxes, both in terms of their truly impressive build quality and, most importantly, the sheer variety and quality of each pedals effects leaves very little to be desired. Tim Slater, Guitar Buyer magazine.
From left to right: RG-1 Regenerator RF-1 Reflector EH-1 Echohead
For over 44 years the Marshall name has been synonymous with the greatest guitar tones in all forms of rock music. Our R&D department has gone to great lengths to ensure that our pedals all exude that essential ingredient the Marshall Sound. Now eight-strong, our range of effects pedals offer the opportunity to augment classic Marshall tones or add Marshall character to any guitar set-up. In keeping with our world-renowned heads, cabinets and combos, all Marshall pedals have been thoroughly road tested and stomped on countless times to ensure optimum performance and reliability. Presenting the RG-1, RF-1 and EH-1. In addition to possessing their own unique features, each of the three new pedals boast the following: six digital modes, three parameter controls per mode, passive bypass, stereo outputs and optional control pedal input.
RG-1 Regenerator The Regenerator is a chorus, a flanger and a phaser all in one sturdy shell. This stereo modulation pedal offers six different modes for you to explore: Vintage Chorus A classic chorus, adding mellow sweeps to high speed vibrato and everything in-between to your sound. Multi Chorus Based upon Marshalls classic Supervibe pedal, its unique sweeping pattern allows you to create simple sweeps through to complex ensemble sounds.
Vintage Flanger The versatile vintage effect lets you go deep and detune your sound to extremes. Turning up the Regen control causes the effect to soar across your sound, while turning it down creates natural flange effects. Phaser A rich phasing effect making your sound swell with energy, creating fluid waves which wash around your tone. Step Phaser Adding a crystal staircase to the phaser allowing you to trip around its sweeping textures. Vintage Vibe A subtle vibration that swirls around your playing, bringing back memories of a classic sound not yet forgotten. The Regenerator will entwine itself around your tone while leaving you in full control. Its every modulation pedal youll ever need. RF-1 Reflector The cavernous Reflector reverb pedal projects your sound into the third dimension. Six reverbs add diffuse trails to your playing without ever swallowing your tone. Its stereo outputs create reverbs with wide spacious fields. Connecting an expression pedal to the RF-1 allows you to open up the sound as you play. Hall A large, lush reverb, adding smooth diffuse trails to your tone without ever drowning it. Plate Recreating the sound of a high quality studio plate reverb, bringing space and presence to your tone. Room A small reverb, wrapping a subtle presence round your sound. Spring 1 Recreates the classic sound of a Spring Reverb with its characteristic pulse and resonant ambience. Spring 2 This mode takes the sound of springs and infuses it with a lush reverb that only a digital pedal could, providing you with the perfect combination of old and new. Reverse The Reverse mode creates ghostly textures as your notes spill backwards out into space before rushing up to your face. With controls for Reverb Time, Damping and Level for each mode, youll easily find the sound youre looking for.
EH-1 Echohead Create pulsing tones and add dense rhythmic textures to your sound. The Echohead features a maximum delay time of 2000ms, stereo outputs and a Tap Tempo input which allows you to externally control the delay time with a simple tap of your foot. In addition to controls for Delay Time, Feedback and Level, the EH-1 offers you six versatile modes. Hi-Fi A solid delay line throwing out crystal clear repeats of the input. Analogue Filters shape the echoes, adding a subtle tone and recreating the sound of the guitar cascading through old analogue delay circuits. Tape Echo The narrow bandwidth and unstable whir of a tape delay inspired these old school degenerating echoes. The random wow and flutter of an old motor adds a warm organic chorus to the dark textured delays. Multi Tap Multiple echoes pulse out of the pedal providing a dense rhythmic sound. Reverse Sucking the sound out backwards, the Reverse mode trails out a series of hypnotic repeats creating psychedelic textures. Mod Filter Sweeping across your sound, synced to your delay time, a
modulating filter adds movement and depth to the echoes. The dual outputs offer the choice of using a passive bypass for the main signal path to ensure complete tonal integrity or to allow your pedal to spill-over, permitting your echo to naturally die away.
PEDAL SPECIFICATION: RG-1/RF-1/EH-1
FEATURES Passive Bypass On/Off Indicator Mono/Stereo Mode Select Speed Depth Regen Reverb Time Damping Delay Time Feedback Level Expression Input Tap Tempo Input Weight (kg) RG-1 S No No No No No No 510g RF-1 S No No No No No No 510g EH-1 S No No No No No No 510g
Compressor Jackhammer Guvnor Plus Bluesbreaker II Vibratrem
(The Cooper T emple Clause)
Its what every woman needs!
From left to right: ED-1 Compressor JH-1 Jackhammer GV-2 Guvnor Plus BB-2 Bluesbreaker II VT-1 Vibratrem
Kicking in the Bluesbreaker pedal is a bit like creeping up behind old ladies and popping a balloon behind their heads to scare them. Dark, thick and satisfying.
Boutique amps and effects pedals can cost an absolute fortune. However, with our range of effects pedals the need for those specialist and expensive units is at an end. Each one has been carefully designed to give you the best possible range of performance and maximum amount of control for the minimum of cost. Equally important, when you press the off button, your sound will return to being 100% pure and untouched thanks to their completely passive bypass.
ED-1 Edward the Compressor GV-2 Guvnor Plus Add sustain to solos, even out attack and get rid of unwanted peaks and troughs. For liquid leads, funky clean chords or choppy yet consistent chicken pickin, call on Edward the Compressor. In addition, target the frequencies you want to compress with the Emphasis control, which means that you can, for example, tighten up or compress your bass notes and let your treble notes ring out. Features: Controls for Emphasis, Volume, Attack and Compression. Solid metal construction and passive bypass. JH-1 Jackhammer This metallic monster boasts two modes (O/D and Dist), each of which is loaded with ungodly gain plus all the tonal control you need to push your guitars sound straight over the edge. From cranium-crushing crunch and scooped modern metal mayhem to savage slamming solos, its unique dual-control contour section gives you fearsome flexibility across the mid-range, allowing you to focus your tone. The JH-1 is the most extreme distortion pedal on the planet. Features: Selector switch for O/D and Dist modes, controls for Gain, Master Volume, Contour, Contour Frequency, Bass and Treble. Solid metal casing and passive bypass.
Speakers Corner To satisfy the increasingly diverse tastes of the modern guitarist, Marshall 1960s are available with three different types of Celestion speakers: a) Standard 75 Watt G12T-75 speakers (1960A/B). b) The warm sounding 70 Watt Vintage speakers (1960AV/BV). c) Re-issue 25 Watt Greenbacks, G12M-25 (1960AX/BX & TV). Each speaker type has its own individual character, so we urge you to try all three flavours before making your final decision. The 1960AX/BX and 1960TV cabs are loaded with 25 Watt Greenback speakers. In order to recreate the classic looks as well as the classic tones of yesteryear, the AX and BX sport a smoother Levant covering and chequered fret cloth. The 1960TV is finished with the earlier style EC fret cloth and is three inches taller than a standard 4x12" hence the TV in its name which is an acronym for Tall, Vintage. Features All our cabinets share the same high quality of design and craftsmanship. Our highest quality woodwork includes the finger locking of each and every joint. This helps give our cabinets the incredible strength and durability which has become as legendary as the Marshall sound itself. A godsend to all gigging guitarists and roadies are the heavy duty castors fitted as standard on all 1960 cabinets ensuring that theyre ready to roll without rocking.
Cabinet Type Angled Cabinet Type Base Speaker Type Speaker Configuration Power (RMS) Selectable (Mono/Stereo) Mono Impedance
G12T-x 12" 300 Watt
G12M-x 12" 100 Watt No
No G12M-x 12" 100 Watt No
G12 Vintage (70 Watt) 4 x 12" 280 Watt
16/4 Ohm 8 Ohm 770 x 755 x 365 36.4 37
Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) Type A Weight (kg) Type B
N/A 760 x 830 x 360 37.7 38.2
N/A 770 x 820 x N/A
760 x 830 x 360 40.6 41.4
MC412 4x12Cabs (A/B) MC212 2x12 Cab 1912/1922/1936/1936V Extension Cabs
Ive played a lot of guitar cabs and the 1960BV has all the power and tone Ive been looking for. Marshall is by far the best there is and the only company I trust to give me the crushing tone I need.
NEW for 2007
Below: MC412A Cab MC412B Cab MC212 Cab
If I stand in front of my rig, if my nuts aint shaking then I aint satisfied. and the only stuff that can do that is my Marshalls!
MC Series: MC412A, MC412B & MC212 The sonic power and iconic presence of a full stack has been the dream of many guitarists. New for 2007, Marshall fulfils those dreams and presents the MC cabinet series A series of entry level cabinets that for the first time puts a real Marshall full size 4x12" stack in reach of many. Made at our UK factory and loaded with Celestion speakers, our engineers have worked hard to ensure that these are the most affordable full size Marshall cabinets available, while still providing the sonics and build quality that are more than worthy of the badge they wear. The MC412s 200 Watts of power, combined with the same flexible Mono/Stereo switching of our 1960s, means it will handle any Marshall guitar head with ease. We recommend using 4 Ohms for getting full power out of the MG and AVT heads, while the 16 Ohms setting is preferrable for use with our valve heads. Completing the series is the MCWatt 2x12". Compact Cabinets Although all our Stereo/Mono 4x12"s are perfect for use with stereo rack systems, we also produce a range of smaller, Celestion-loaded 2x12" and 1x12" cabinets, ideally suited for use with such set-ups or as extension cabinets for combos. The compact, but full sounding,Watt 1x12" can be used as an extension cab for a 1x12" combo or with another 1912 to create a highly portable stereo rack set-up. The 1922 2x12" cab has Mono or Stereo options and is ideal for a rack system or as an extension cabinet for a 2x12" combo. The larger 1936, also has Mono/Stereo options and is great for a larger rack system. It fits a full size Marshall head perfectly too, giving you a compact 2x12" stack. Whatever your rig, with our unrivalled sound and construction techniques, Marshall offers a wide range of cabinets that are not only perfect for your needs. they will also last you a lifetime. Mono/Stereo Switching To ensure the ultimate in flexibility, six of our standard 4x12"s are switchable between Mono (4 or 16 Ohms) and Stereo (8 Ohms per side). The cabs in question are the 1960A (angled), 1960B (straight), 1960AV (angled), 1960BV (straight), MC412A (angled) and MC412B (straight). The two Mono impedance options (16/4 Ohms) provide extra amp matching capabilities, while the cabinets stereo capability makes them ideal for rack systems which typically run in stereo. The 1922,1936 and
loudspeakers, we developed a range of Celestion speakers that revolutionise the cutting-edge in rock guitar sound reproduction. These speakers allow the compact, closed-back combos in the AVT range to produce the low-end delivery normally only associated with a Marshall 4x12". All AVT amps also feature our acclaimed speaker emulation, so recording a great guitar sound directly is literally only a guitar cable away. AVT20X Combo The superb quality of the AVT20Xs ECC83 enhanced Clean and Overdrive modes has changed guitar players expectations of lower powered, compact combos. In addition to great tones, the AVT20X features a CD input, Speaker Emulated DI output, Headphone jack (which mutes the speaker for silent practice), Extension Speaker jack, built-in Accutronics Spring Reverb, closed-back cabinet and special 10" Celestion speaker. If you want quality clean and overdrive tones at manageable volume levels then the AVT20X is the way to go. AVT50X Combo If you believe that 50 Watts of solid-state power isnt sufficient to gig with, then think again, because the AVT50X is definitely the exception to that rule! Its two footswitchable channels deliver glistening, ECC83-driven clean tones and a roaring crunch that just oozes vintage authenticity. Contemporary, high gain sounds that pack an unbelievable focus and punch are also possible, thanks to the extremes of gain available, coupled with the closed-back cabinet and custom 12" Celestion speaker. Other features include a CD input, a Headphone jack for silent practice, a Speaker Emulated DI output, an Accutronics Spring Reverb, a Series FX Loop and a sturdy LED footswitch (supplied). AVT50HX Head The AVT50HX is the head version of the AVT50X combo and is armed with the exact same killer features and tones. When driving the purposebuilt AVT412XA (angled) and AVT412XB (straight) Celestion-loaded 4x12" cabinets, it delivers the extra depth and sheer tonal weight which only a Marshall stack or half stack is capable of!
FEATURES Output (RMS) Impedance Speaker Channels Accutronics Reverb FX Loop Emulated Line Out Headphone Jack Master Volume Speaker Outputs CD Input Footswitch (supplied) Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) AVT20X 20 Watt 8 Ohm 1 x No No 1 ext No 510 x 465 x AVT50X 50 Watt 4 Ohm 1 x (Series) 1 int/ext PEDL-x 515 x AVT50HX 50 Watt Min 4 Ohm No 2 (Series) 2 ext PEDL-x 280 x 260 12
modes Clean/Crunch on the Clean Channel and OD1/OD2 on the Overdrive Channel. Each channel has independent tone controls for Bass, Middle and Treble, and the Overdrive Channel also features our critically-acclaimed Contour control to ensure that all-important tonal versatility. Higher Gain settings on the Clean Channel will yield a healthy, bluesy overdrive, especially when the Crunch mode is selected. This said, when in Clean mode, this channel has bags of headroom which makes high levels of clean performance easily attainable. The Overdrive Channels OD1 mode is reminiscent of the throaty drive that has made our vintage amps famous, while OD2 is brimming with modern, high gain aggression. The MG100DFXs specially-voiced footswitchable DFX section offers Chorus/Delay, Delay, Chorus or Flange effects plus a natural sounding digital Reverb with its own individual level control. Add in our revolutionary FDD technology, a Parallel Effects Loop (with switchable level and Effects Mix control), custom 12" speaker, CD input, Speaker Emulated Headphones and Line Out plus a Master Volume control and you have a world-beating combo. MG100HDFX Head Boasting the same impressive features and staggering versatility of the MG100DFX combo, this awesome, 100 Watt head will drive any cabinet from the Marshall range, but is best suited to the Celestion-loaded MG412A (angled) and MG412B (straight) 120 Watt 4x12" cabinets. Unbelievable tone, feel and projection come as standard.
FEATURES Output (RMS) MG50DFX 50 Watt MG250DFX 100 Watt (2 x 50 Watt) 2 No No No 1 x 12" PEDL-x 500 x MG100DFX 100 Watt 2 1 x 12" PEDL-x 540 x 270 22.4 MG100HDFX 100 Watt 2 No PEDL-x 250 x 270 12.8
2 Channels Separate EQ per Channel Clean/Crunch Switch (Ch 1) No OD1/OD2 Switch (Ch 2) No Contour Control (Ch 2) Footswitchable Channels CD Input Emulated Line Out Emulated Headphone Jack Digital FX (footswitchable) Digital Reverb FX Loop FX Loop Level & Mix Control No FDD Switch Speaker 1 x 12" Footswitch (supplied) PEDL-90004 Dimensions (mm) 520 x 500 x Weight (kg)
FEATURES Speaker Configuration Power (RMS) Impedance Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) MG412A 4 x Watt 8 Ohm 695 x 675 x MG412B 4 x Watt 8 Ohm 695 x 675 x 360 24
Packages & Accessories
MG15MSII Microstack Zakk MG15MSZW Microstack Rockbox Rockkit
(BLS, Ozzy Osbourne)
The MG sounds totally slamming the overdrive is crushing.
From left to right: MG15MSII Microstack Rockbox Rockkit MG15MSZW Microstack
Our two starter packages offer something for all budding rock stars to be. Both packages include award-winning high quality amplifiers as you would expect and a host of other must-haves for the apprentice guitarist. The MG15MSII Microstack is for all guitar players from beginner to professional. It sounds and looks fantastic and is the ultimate in toys for the boys.
MG15MSZW Zakk Microstack Based on the MG15MSII Microstack, Zakk's longtime practice amplifier of choice, the new Zakk Wylde Microstack offers Marshall-size tone in a compact form sharing the unmistakable look of Zakk's trademark Marshall Wall of Doom he uses whenever he plays live. The 2-channel (Clean & Overdrive) 15-Watt head powers two 1x10" speaker cabinets, one angled and one base, for that classic Marshall stack look. The MG15MSZW features Zakk's trademark bullseye motifs on the front-panel along with authentic 1960TV grill cloth, gold piping and gold-brushed Marshall logos on both the head and speaker cabinets. Each amp is supplied with five Zakk Wylde plectrums, an exclusive A3 poster and a handbook with a personal introduction and suggested settings from Zakk. MG15MSII Microstack The MG15MSII Microstack is a complete Marshall stack that will fit into any room. The amplifier is based around the MG15CDR and features two channels, Spring Reverb and Marshalls proprietary FDD (frequency dependant damping) technology. Supplied with two 1x10" speaker cabinets its looks and sounds great. The dream of owning a Marshall stack has now become a reality! Rockkit All great guitar players have to start somewhere, and the Rockkit will get you on the road to rock stardom. Its an ideal starter package for any aspiring guitarist. The package has everything you need to take you on your journey from bedroom to stadium Rock. The package includes the
POWER AMP SPECIFICATION
FEATURES Output (RMS) Volume Control Presence Control Voicing Options Remote Resonance Switching Remote A/B Switching Impedance Selection Line Level Output Link Output Power Amp Valves Pre-Drives Phase Inverters Footswitch (not supplied) Dimensions (mm) Weight (kg) EL84 20/+ 20 Watt 1 x Stereo 1 x Stereo Resonance No No 4 x ELx ECCx ECC83 PEDL-10008 (270mm Deep) 1U Rack 5 EL34 50/+ 50 Watt 1 per Channel 1 per Channel A/B No No 4 x ELx ECCx ECC81 PEDL-10008 (330mm Deep) 3U Rack 19 EL34 100/+ 100 Watt 1 per Channel 1 per Channel A/B No No 8 x ELx ECCx ECC81 PEDL-10008 (330mm Deep) 3U Rack 20.5
From top to bottom: EL84 20/20 EL34 50/50 EL34 100/100
EL34 50/50 & EL34 100/100 Valve Power Amp Marshall 50 Watt and 100 Watt, EL34-driven, valve power stages are, in the minds of many, the industry standard. As soon as you hear our EL34 50/50 (50 Watt + 50 Watt) and EL34 100/100 (100 Watt + 100 Watt) valve power amps, you will immediately understand why. Both of these eye-catching units are packed to the brim with Marshall valve tone. Just like expensive hi-fi amps, both the EL34 50/50 and EL34 100/100 are Dual MonoBloc amplifiers meaning
AS50D Combo AS100D Combo
Above all I like the sound, which has never been so close to the acoustic specs of my guitar. I love the idea of bringing it to the gig or to a rehearsal instead of my massive rack.
Picture this, Me, my guitar, a wall of Marshall AS100Ds. Oh yeah, and one very angry looking front of house engineer. Heaven!
New for 2007, Marshall is proud to present the AS50D. Built upon the award winning AS50R, this superb amplifier features a new tweeter, a phantom powered microphone channel, digital chorus and reverb. When designing amplifiers for acoustic guitar, while many of the functions and features may differ from their guitar counterparts, the same appreciation of tone is essential, as is listening to customer feedback. As a direct result, innovative features, clear and natural tone plus stylish looks are what our acoustic combos are all about. The AS Series Acoustic Amplifiers allow you to express your emotions with passion.
AS50D Combo The AS50D is a 50 Watt combo housing 2x8" custom voiced speakers and a single high fidelity soft polymer dome tweeter as used on the AS100D, a combination which allows for clear and detailed sound reproduction across the entire range. This compact and highly portable combo features two channels, each of which has its own independent volume and tone controls. A variety of inputs give the AS50D the ability to handle all-comers: the high impedance input on Channel 1 is perfect for piezo or magnetic pickups. Channel 2 boasts RCA phono inputs plus a balanced phantom powered XLR type input in addition to its jack input, making it the perfect host for voice, instrument or even backing track. The AS50D also contains a high quality digital effects section featuring an adjustable Chorus which is assignable to either or both channels. The studio quality natural sounding digital Reverb and the parallel Effects Loop can be balanced between the two channels. One of the most difficult aspects of amplifying certain acoustic instruments is feedback. Therefore, anti-feedback controls include a
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