Marshall JVM410C Combo Amplifier - 100wStock code: 59105
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- 100 watts
- Classic valve driven distortion tones
- Footswitch included
- Reliable and versatile
The Marshall JVM410C 100 Watt, valve-driven power stage is built on the classic design responsible for the legendary Marshall roar found in the JCM800 2203 and "Plexi" Super Lead amplifiers - a timeless foundation for countless classic rock and metal guitar tones for over four decades. Featuring a quartet of EL34 valves, this peerless design has been expertly crafted to compliment the extraordinary wealth of tones found in the JVM.
|Type of Amp Effect||Reverb|
|Connectivity||Footswitch Connector, XLR Output|
|Type of Amp||Combo|
|Speaker Size||2 x 12 inch|
|Key Stage||Key Stage 4|
|Manufacturers Link||Marshall JVM410C Combo Amplifier - 100w|
|Dimensions||690 x 510 x 265|
A solid amp with an extremely wide range of tones and features
Posted on 12/06/2012 by Steve
I have owned the JVM410C for nearly a year now having previously owned a TSL100, which gave me nothing but problems (including flames from the power supply).
The build quality of the JVM is excellent with maybe the exception of some of the front panel buttons, which tend to stick out further than they need to and seem a bit flimsy, but these are minor complaints. The whole amp feels robust and solid, as you would expect. It’s heavy but not too heavy to put your back out and the addition of the side carrying handles makes the task of humping it around a whole lot easier.
This amp has delivered each and every time and never gives me cause for concern. The wide range of tones that you can squeeze out of this beast is impressive. The clean channel is acceptable, not of the same standard as some of the Fender offerings but good enough for my needs. The crunch channel is nice but I rarely use it. OD1 and OD2 are where it is at for me. This is where you get the true Marshall growl perfect for any form of rock.
Each channel allows you to select from three modes, which basically alter the gain of the channel. This is a great feature but I am sure that most people will find their ‘sweet spot’ for each channel and stick to it, using the channel switching to jump between the various tones. Having two master volumes is a bonus and something that really appealed. The ability to use these to boost for solos yet maintain the exact tone and not suffer the slight delay in channel switching is a great feature. The reverb is surprisingly good and the presence and resonance controls really help you to shape your sound so you are easily able to dial in the exact tone that you are after.
The fully programmable footswitch is solid and reliable however be aware that the buttons can come loose on occasion and require tightening up. Not a big deal but something to bear in mind.
The emulated out is acceptable for recording but nothing beats sticking a mic or two in front and cranking it!
Overall, an extremely versatile, well-built amp with a wide range of tones. If this was irreparably damaged or stolen then I would certainly want to replace it with the same again (if I could afford it). I have gigged this amp (without a backup) many times and have never once had cause for concern.
If you like the Marshall sound then buy this amp – you will not be disappointed!