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Marshall JVM410H


$2,000.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to use amp, everything is lined up in a simple and obvious way. Gives very deep lows when you need them free of unintended distortion. Capable of very high gain, will generate an extreme signal if needed.

The Marshall JVM410H is a high-end 100 watt guitar tube amp head, a flagship offering. This head has a proper four channel design, with gain, volume and tone controls for each channel.

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 Each of these four channels features three voicing modes, giving you twelve preset sounds. Each mode consists of a different level of distortion. The built-in digital reverb of the JVM410H has a level control for each channel, so that you can have varying degrees of saturation, and be able to switch from one to the other (with the included six-button footswitch). The JVM410H has five speaker outs and one speaker-emulated line out, giving you several amplification options. There are two effects loops and two MIDI sockets on this head as well, so that you will be easily able to use complex effects systems with this head. The JVM410H is the head-only speakerless version of the higher cost JVM410C (which has two speakers, a Vintage and a Heritage). The Marshall JVM410H comes in a classic black color.

Features

  • 100 watt power output
  • Designed for use with the JVM410C cabinet
  • 4 ECC83 pre-amp valves
  • 1 ECC83 power amp valve
  • 4 EL34 power amp valves
  • PEDL-00044 footswitch included
  • Dimensions: 29.5" x 12.2" x 8.46"
  • Weight: 48.5lbs.
  • Deep steel box chassis 
  • 4 channels (each w/ 3 voicing modes)
  • Digital reverb (w/ level control for each channel, two switchable global volumes, and presence/resonance controls)
  • 5 speaker outs
  • 1 series effects loop
  • 1 parallel effects loop
  • 1 balanced speaker-emulated line out
  • 2 MIDI sockets
  • Color: Black

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    easy to use amp, everything is lined up in a simple and obvious way

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    gives very deep lows when you need them free of unintended distortion

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    capable of very high gain, will generate an extreme signal if needed

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    clear and distinct enough to just adjust the tone without increasing the volume, works at softer volume

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    offers good flexibility with the tone, can sculpt and mold it to desired state easily

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    warms up tones automatically, makes even cheaper guitars sound better

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    reverb controls allow each channel to be modified independently

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