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Marshall: 1960AVGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1960AV

It has a 4 ohm input and a 16 ohm input, and a switch to make both of them 8 ohm for stereo which is really nice to have.

POSTED: 07/08/2009 - 04:20 am

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Marshall: 1959SLPGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1959SLP

The massive sound of the 100-watt Plexi is back as a vintage re-issue from Marshall. Now includes a true passive-bypass effects loop.

POSTED: 07/14/2011 - 10:01 am

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Marshall: JCM900 4100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900 4100

Its has 2 Channels and the channels can be switched with a button on the front of the amp, or by a footswitch.

POSTED: 08/21/2009 - 04:39 am

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Marshall: JMD-1Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JMD-1

Over all I am very impressed with the amp; and one would have to ask Jim why it took his company so long to finally get into this niche of guitar amps.

POSTED: 07/31/2012 - 03:13 am

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Marshall: JMP 2203Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JMP 2203

Being 100 watts, this thing is LOUD. I would even venture to say that its the loudest amp Marshall has ever made.

POSTED: 04/11/2013 - 03:08 am

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Marshall: MG30CFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG30CFX

If you want some awesome, authentic Marshall tone but can't afford or justify spending 4 figures, there's no doubt in my mind that the MG30CFX is the closest you're gonna get.

POSTED: 12/02/2014 - 03:48 am

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Marshall: DSL40CGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: DSL40C

I love Ritchie Blackmore, Malmsteen, Satriani, Slash and Synyster Gates as well as Mark Knopfler, Gilmour and Santana. I am comfortable that this amp will do all these tones and more.

POSTED: 08/01/2014 - 11:31 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS30RGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS30R

Solid state amplifier/speaker combo that emulates the sound of a valve-driven amp. 30 watts with a 10" Marshall (Celestion) speaker. The amp has two channels, clean and overdrive.

POSTED: 04/21/2014 - 04:18 am

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Marshall: Haze 40Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Haze 40

Marshall's modern breakout with old school tone and presence! This box of rock ain't no MG or Valvestate!

POSTED: 03/05/2014 - 10:01 am

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Marshall: JVM410HJS Joe Satriani SignatureGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Signature

If you like an amp with a lot of versatility you just found it. You can't do better for under $3000.

POSTED: 11/06/2013 - 03:39 am

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Marshall: MA50CGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MA50C

The sound out of this unit is tremendous. Clean or crunched, it sounds great.

POSTED: 10/17/2013 - 04:15 am

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Marshall: Class 5Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Class 5

Features wise this amp has very little. It's a one trick pony, but it's trick is sounding good.

POSTED: 10/09/2013 - 03:26 am

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Marshall: MG10CFGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG10CF

Overall, great amp especially for the money. Beats other amps in the same price range, definitely recommended for home practice.

POSTED: 07/26/2013 - 03:20 am

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Marshall: 2466Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 2466

The 2466 100-watt head is an all-valve, single-channel amplifier with a choice of 2 "dynamic ranges" selectable by footswitch.

POSTED: 07/18/2013 - 03:34 am

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Marshall: Lead 12 ComboGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Lead 12 Combo

I find that this amp is a good match for any style of music which makes use of anywhere between low-gain crunch tones and medium gain soaring lead tones (think '80s rock like Guns N' Roses or Aerosmith).

POSTED: 07/11/2013 - 04:59 am

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Marshall: DSL100HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: DSL100H

This Deja-Vu of a Marshall all-tube amp delivers 100 watts RMS into the cab, as it says Marshall on the front, be sure that is enough Power.

POSTED: 06/25/2013 - 03:58 am

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Marshall: JTM600Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JTM600

I have a feeling this amp might be a bit of a collectors item. I know this amp is a very rare line of Marshall's made back in '97. It was only in production for that year.

POSTED: 06/19/2013 - 03:59 am

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Marshall: JCM 800 2203KK Kerry King SignatureGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM 800 2203KK Kerry King Signature

It's one of the most diverse amps I've had the pleasure of owning. The KT88 tubes gives the amp a distinctive raw or metallic character to the tone giving the distortion or crunch this unique and powerful presence to it unlike your standard JCM800.

POSTED: 06/11/2013 - 03:46 am

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Marshall: JCM800 2210Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM800 2210

This Marshall JCM800 is different from the 2203/04 series of 800, and akin to its little sister, the 05.

POSTED: 04/22/2013 - 04:29 am

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Marshall: MG100HFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG100HFX

This amp covers a pretty wide range of sounds very well. This head is superior to Line 6, Marshall combos.

POSTED: 04/22/2013 - 02:47 am

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Marshall: JMP 2203Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JMP 2203

Being 100 watts, this thing is LOUD. I would even venture to say that its the loudest amp Marshall has ever made.

POSTED: 04/11/2013 - 03:08 am

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Marshall: 2266 Vintage ModernGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 2266 Vintage Modern

The 2266 50-watt head is an all-valve single channel amplifier with a choice of 2 "dynamic ranges" selectable by a footswitch.

POSTED: 03/08/2013 - 02:48 am

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Marshall: MA50HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MA50H

I am in love with my amp! I play from hard rock to metal and I can get the sound as I want it!

POSTED: 02/20/2013 - 06:42 am

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Marshall: Class 5 C5-01Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Class 5 C5-01

This amp was designed for Blues and Classic Rock, which is why I bought it, and it is perfect for both genres.

POSTED: 01/25/2013 - 01:47 am

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Marshall: 4140 Club & CountryGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 4140 Club & Country

If you were to design an amplifier that was a combined head-turner, back-breaker, bone-shaker, sound-maker, you might end up with the Marshall 4140 Club & Country amplifier.

POSTED: 12/11/2012 - 03:08 am

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Marshall: MG15FXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG15FX

This new MG4 model by Marshall has been released in late 2008 in the USA and early 2009 across Europe.

POSTED: 12/03/2012 - 02:02 am

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Marshall: MG2FXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG2FX

Good sounds, well built, nice features, make it "one hand" adjustable. Spend the time setting the tone and it pays off with a very enjoyable small amp that can go anywhere.

POSTED: 11/19/2012 - 02:39 am

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Marshall: MG50FXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG50FX

The amp comes with 4 channels, fully customisable and footswitchable which are by default: Clean, Crunch, Overdrive and Overdrive 2.

POSTED: 11/12/2012 - 07:39 am

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Marshall: DSL15HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: DSL15H

This is the new 15/7.5-watt all-valve, 4-ECC83, 2-6V6 amp head with two channels, pentode/triode switching, deep switch, tone shift, and footswitch.

POSTED: 11/09/2012 - 06:54 am

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Marshall: JTM45Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JTM45

This amp was made in 1962, not quite in the first 200 but close, made in late 1962 this amp was hand built by Jim Marshall himself, then later modified by Jim as well. This amp has the best sound of any amp I have ever heard and I have heard quite a lot!

POSTED: 10/12/2012 - 04:53 am

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Marshall: Valvestate 8100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate 8100

A staple in many old school death and black metal recordings, the Marshall 8100 head has gained a cult following in the years since it's introduction.

POSTED: 09/21/2012 - 08:11 am

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Marshall: 6100LMGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 6100LM

It has three channels that can be controlled from the panel of the amp or from a threeway footswitch. It can also be controlled via midi.

POSTED: 09/12/2012 - 04:17 am

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Marshall: MF350Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MF350

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.

POSTED: 08/29/2012 - 03:08 am

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Marshall: MG30FXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG30FX

If you are a Marshall fan and don't play heavy music I guess you will like it, but its tones variety is quite limited.

POSTED: 08/09/2012 - 07:04 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 DSL100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 DSL100

A head which is packed full of all the classic Marshall valve openness and roar that you could ever want, with more massive gain capability and a clean sound quite unlike any Marshall before.

POSTED: 08/06/2012 - 04:04 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS100

I play metal and punk, and this things is great for them. It has both brutal and rocking distortion, and the clean channel is a nice touch for the live intros I do.

POSTED: 08/02/2012 - 08:02 am

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Marshall: JMD-1Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JMD-1

Over all I am very impressed with the amp; and one would have to ask Jim why it took his company so long to finally get into this niche of guitar amps.

POSTED: 07/31/2012 - 03:13 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 DSL401Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 DSL401

The DSL401 offers a third footswitchable option between OD1 and OD2, where OD2 has a 20dB gain boost.

POSTED: 07/18/2012 - 05:11 am

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Marshall: JVM410HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JVM410H

In a nutshell, the Marshall all-valve, 4-channel JVM410H 100-Watt tube head is the most versatile Marshall amplifier ever made. It also boasts more gain than any other Marshall to date-and that's really saying something!

POSTED: 06/18/2012 - 03:21 am

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Marshall: MG15DFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG15DFX

This twin channel, 1 x 8" combo is the most affordable Marshall to ever house Digital Effects (DFX). Its impressive array of Reverb, Chorus, Flange and Delay effects are easy to dial-in and sound incredibly natural.

POSTED: 06/12/2012 - 04:15 am

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Marshall: Class 5 Head (C5H)Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Class 5 Head (C5H)

A Plexi sounding Marshall head with all the looks and gusto of its bigger brothers for an absolute fraction of the price.

POSTED: 05/28/2012 - 03:31 am

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Marshall: Valvestate 100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate 100

It actually has four separate settings. Each has a button you can hit to change the gain setting. You can get a nice overdrive out of the clean channel by hitting the switch, good for a nice bluesy sound.

POSTED: 05/07/2012 - 02:41 am

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Marshall: 1974XGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1974X

Pure vintage Marshall tone in a beautiful 18 watt combo with an aged Celestion Greenback.

POSTED: 04/20/2012 - 07:57 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS102RGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS102R

It's a hybrid amp, solid-state power amp, with a 12AX7 in the pre-amp. I've been playing three and a bit years, and the amp has served me well for a year and a half.

POSTED: 04/09/2012 - 04:24 am

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Marshall: AVT275Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT275

The Marshall AVT275 Combo Amp boasts the same 4 channels and 2 effects sections as the 150. Delivers 75W per side to 2 - 12" speakers, taking full advantage of the 2 effects sections to create a greater richness and depth of sound.

POSTED: 04/06/2012 - 03:28 am

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Marshall: AVT50Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT50

This little screamer was probably made around the turn of the century. I don't know, as I picked it up second hand. This amp is versatile enough to rock everything from squeaky clean jazz to thrash and black metal, and its 50 watts of solid state power are enough to move between bedroom playing and a live show with the appropriate 4x12.

POSTED: 03/22/2012 - 04:21 am

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Marshall: AVT20Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT20

Features in this little amp are really amazing. Controls include Gain, Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, and Reverb. Inputs/ouputs include CD input, DI, headphone output, and extension speaker jack.

POSTED: 03/12/2012 - 04:31 am

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Marshall: 50th Anniversary 1 Watt AmpsGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 50th Anniversary 1 Watt Amps

Celebrating Marshall's 50th year in the business (1962-2012) they are releasing amps that capture the sound of each of the last five decades.

POSTED: 02/24/2012 - 07:01 am

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Marshall: AVT150HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT150H

The AVT150H is the head version of the AVT150 and boasts all the same features and facilities as its combo brother. This includes the excellent "Scoop" facility. On OD1 this radically scoops the mid frequencies whilst tightening the bass for aggressive driving rhythm sounds. On OD2 the middle is again dipped, but a cut in the upper frequencies smoothes out the sound for a more bass heavy (nu-) metal selection.

POSTED: 02/14/2012 - 03:42 am

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Marshall: AS50DGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AS50D

Marshall's AS50D is a 50-watt, 2 x 8" acoustic guitar combo amp with 2 channels, including a phantom-powered microphone channel. It features a redesigned tweeter, digital chorus and reverb, and an anti-feedback notch filter. Each channel sports its own volume, EQ, FX loop, and D.I. output. Master volume, line out and RCA inputs round things out nicely.

POSTED: 02/06/2012 - 02:30 am

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Marshall: MG10CDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG10CD

10W of power; Custom-voiced 6-1/2" speaker; 2 channels: clean and overdrive; Contour control radically modifies the midrange, from traditional to scooped modern; CD input for jam-along purposes.

POSTED: 02/03/2012 - 01:29 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 DSL50Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 DSL50

Reliable 50 watt guitar amp with 2 channels/2 modes option. Built-in guitar effects. Adjustments: Prescence, Treble, Mid, Bass, Deep, and Tone Shift.

POSTED: 01/20/2012 - 02:45 am

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Marshall: MG100DFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG100DFX

This compact, gig-ready, 100W, 1x12 in. combo is a powerhouse of killer tone. Celestion speaker, CD input, Speaker Emulated Headphone, and Line Output plus a Master Volume control, you have a world-beating combo.

POSTED: 01/18/2012 - 06:53 am

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Marshall: Valvestate 8080Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate 8080

A two channel, 80 Watt, 1x12 combo with an ECC83 pre-amp valve in its Boost channel. It also features Contour, footswitchable Reverb, an Effects Loop plus a Clean/Crunch switch on the Normal channel and an OD1/0D2 option on the Boost. Thanks to its killer features, versatility and tone, the 8080 is currently Marshall's best seller.

POSTED: 01/18/2012 - 04:23 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 TSL100 HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 TSL100 Head

The TSL100's three completely independent, footswitchable channels (Clean, Crunch and Lead) effectively give you three different classic amps in one casing. Each channel has its own controls for Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle and Bass.

POSTED: 01/17/2012 - 03:05 am

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Marshall: MS-2Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MS-2

The MS-2 is the ultimate in portable battery/mains adaptor operated micro amps, packing a full 1 Watt of Marshall tone into a tiny case measuring just 14 x 11 x 6cm.

POSTED: 01/05/2012 - 02:21 am

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Marshall: MG15CDRGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG15CDR

Already hailed a classic, the MG15CDR adds a natural sounding Spring Reverb to all the outstanding features and tonal flexibility of the MG15CD. Twin channels, CD input, 8" custom-voiced speaker, Emulated Line Out and Headphone jack.

POSTED: 12/13/2011 - 03:28 am

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Marshall: MG100HDFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG100HDFX

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) 120W 4x12" cabinets. Unbelievable tone, feel and projection come as standard.

POSTED: 11/30/2011 - 02:13 am

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Marshall: JVM215CGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JVM215C

This amp has 2 channels and 3 modes per channel. Nice cleans, great bluesy, rock and metal tones. It is perfect!

POSTED: 11/21/2011 - 03:56 am

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Marshall: MG30DFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG30DFX

The MG30DFX is a twin channel, 30-watt combo amp with one 10" speaker, digital effects and CD input.

POSTED: 11/11/2011 - 07:54 am

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Marshall: AVT150Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT150

The AVT150 combo boasts more channels and features than any other Valvestate amplifier before. Its four channels are: Acoustic Simulator, Clean, Overdrive 1 and Overdrive 2.

POSTED: 11/11/2011 - 07:02 am

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Marshall: G15RCDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: G15RCD

It's perfect for all music styles. The channel is perfect on distorsion even at deafening levels.

POSTED: 11/04/2011 - 04:19 am

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Marshall: Zakk Wylde MG15MSZW MicrostackGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Zakk Wylde MG15MSZW Microstack

This amp is a scaled down version of the stack that Zakk Wylde uses live on stage! It has everything that he loves; golden trim, golden Marshall logos, Gothic font and a Bullseye Head pattern.

POSTED: 10/12/2011 - 04:29 am

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Marshall: 3203 Mosfet Lead 100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 3203 Mosfet Lead 100

I am honestly surprised no one praises, or seeks this head out as much as they should and it is still relatively unknown. The sound and overall quality of this amp is, in my opinion, the best solid state Marshall has ever produced.

POSTED: 08/15/2011 - 02:44 am

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Marshall: Haze 15W Head and CabGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Haze 15W Head And Cab

I play a wide variety from classic 60's rock to todays crazy metal bands and I have yet to find myself outside of this amps capabilities. I run with very minimal effects all very friendly with this amp.

POSTED: 07/25/2011 - 03:39 am

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Marshall: 1959SLPGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1959SLP

The massive sound of the 100-watt Plexi is back as a vintage re-issue from Marshall. Now includes a true passive-bypass effects loop.

POSTED: 07/14/2011 - 10:01 am

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Marshall: AFD100 Slash SignatureGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AFD100 Slash Signature

This is a limited eddition with only 2300 made world wide so not easy to get hold of. It's a one channel amp with two modes, the #34 mode based on Slashes Silver Jubilee post Appetite days and the AFD mode recreated to the sound of the famous borrowed 100w modified Plexi amp used to record the album.

POSTED: 06/08/2011 - 05:20 am

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Marshall: G30RCDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: G30RCD

Smooth as Formica clean channel, classic Marshall distotion (Albeit non-valve in quality). Adequate volume for home practice or small room gigs without a skin banging drummer present.

POSTED: 05/18/2011 - 03:53 am

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Marshall: MG15CDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG15CD

Armed with two channels, a three band EQ, FDD and 15W RMS of real Marshall power, the 1x8" MG15CD combo delivers superb tone - from pristine clean to out and out filth!

POSTED: 04/11/2011 - 03:42 am

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Marshall: 1962 'Bluesbreaker'Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1962 'Bluesbreaker'

This derives its name as this was the amp that Eric Clapton was playing when he was a part of John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers. To be frank this is a combo version of the famous JTM45, the first true Marshall.

POSTED: 03/30/2011 - 03:49 am

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Marshall: AVT50HGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT50H

The AVT50H is the head version of the AVT50 combo and is armed with the exact same features.

POSTED: 03/25/2011 - 04:58 am

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Marshall: JCM900 SL-XGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900 SL-X

Great amp for hard rock, punk and metal, but if you play those styles and also play blues, classic rock, etc., this amp can do that too.

POSTED: 12/01/2010 - 03:17 am

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Marshall: MS-4Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MS-4

The MS-4 is the ultimate in portable battery/mains adapter operated micro amps, packing a full 1 Watt of Marshall tone into a tiny case. This mighty micro Marshall half-stack has switchable Clean and Overdrive modes. A single Tone control provides full focus of bass to treble.

POSTED: 11/18/2010 - 03:30 am

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Marshall: 1960AGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1960A

The Marshall 1960A produces a loud, well-focused, and uncluttered sound with a tight, full low end and a crisp, bright top. Excellent for players who don't want to muddy-up their effects. Loaded with G12T75 Celestion 75W speakers.

POSTED: 10/22/2010 - 03:03 am

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Marshall: 2061X And 2061CXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 2061X And 2061CX

Harken back to the golden age of rock and roll with this Marshall half stack featuring two classics together, the 2061X Handwired 20W amp head and a 2061CX 2x12 extension cabinet.

POSTED: 10/18/2010 - 06:59 am

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Marshall: MG50DFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG50DFX

Twin footswitchable channels ? Clean and Overdrive. Independent tone controls for Bass and Treble on each channel. Contour Control for dramatic mid sweep and "scooping".

POSTED: 10/12/2010 - 05:40 am

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Marshall: 3203 ArtistGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 3203 Artist

This amp was built in 1986. I play hard rock and metal. This amp fits in perfect. Great ballzy high gain sound.

POSTED: 08/12/2010 - 02:57 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 TSL60 HeadGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 TSL60 Head

The latest addition to the JCM2000 family, the TSL60 head boasts three footswitchable channels - clean, crunch and lead; dual Reverb controls and more.

POSTED: 07/09/2010 - 02:32 am

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Marshall: 2266C Vintage ModernGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 2266C Vintage Modern

The unique feature of this Marshall, and its 50-watt and 100-watt head versions, is the concept of two dynamic ranges.

POSTED: 07/07/2010 - 03:54 am

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Marshall: MG250DFXGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG250DFX

This amp is a luxury ride! The MG250DFX is a two channel stereo combo with 50 watts on each side, two 12" Celestion speakers, featuring digital effects, digital reverb, and FX loop, and yes the footswitch is included. Part of the new MG Series, this stereo combo amplifier delivers an incredible array of features, and the full rich stereo sound you want.

POSTED: 05/18/2010 - 03:15 am

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Marshall: AVT50XGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT50X

Marshall does it again! The AVT50X hybrid valve/solid state 50 watt combo amp featuring 1x12" extended bass response Celestion speaker, dual channels, reverb and more! The closed back creates volume out front that you will not believe!

POSTED: 04/22/2010 - 03:08 am

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Marshall: JTM30Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JTM30

This 30-watt all tube Marshall JTM30 combo amp plays beautifully and would make an excellent studio amplifier.

POSTED: 04/19/2010 - 03:07 am

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Marshall: JCM800 2205Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM800 2205

This amp is from the most famous JCM800 series.

POSTED: 01/11/2010 - 04:23 am

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Marshall: G80RCDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: G80RCD

The Marshall Valvestate 8080 smashed all records for Marshall sales in the '90s and now its identically featured offspring, The G80RCD, looks set to continue in the exact same vein. The G80RCD combo features dual channels - normal & boost, each with two selectable modes.

POSTED: 10/29/2009 - 03:51 am

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Marshall: JCM900Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900

This amp is an all tube 100/50 watt head with a 4x12 1960 marshall cab. It is very similar to the JCM 800 except that the preamp is capable of much more gain.

POSTED: 10/01/2009 - 05:13 am

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Marshall: JCM800 4210Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM800 4210

This is a combo version of the 2205 head. The channel switching is essentially the same, except that it is done with discrete ransistors instead of with the CA3046 transistor array.

POSTED: 09/30/2009 - 05:23 am

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Marshall: JCM900 4100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900 4100

Its has 2 Channels and the channels can be switched with a button on the front of the amp, or by a footswitch.

POSTED: 08/21/2009 - 04:39 am

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Marshall: 1960AVGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1960AV

It has a 4 ohm input and a 16 ohm input, and a switch to make both of them 8 ohm for stereo which is really nice to have.

POSTED: 07/08/2009 - 04:20 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 TSL602 ComboGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 TSL602 Combo

This amp is a tube amp with three channels (clean/crunch/lead). It has reverb both for the clean and distortion channels and a fx mix.

POSTED: 06/09/2009 - 03:11 am

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Marshall: AVT100Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: AVT100

Step up to Marshall's new hybrid amp technology in a 100 watt, 1x12" combo package, featuring digital effects, switchable channels and all the warmth of a tube amp without the inflated price tag.

POSTED: 06/08/2009 - 02:58 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS102 Orange CrunchGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS102 Orange Crunch

This amp is class A/B so takes about 10 seconds to warm up before you can play, but worth the wait. This amp is from the 2nd range of valvestates and so is the newer type, the Valvestates were introduced in 2000.

POSTED: 03/17/2009 - 05:25 am

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Marshall: G215RCDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: G215RCD

This amp adds true stereo chorus to give spread and depth to your sound. Two separate 15 watt power amps deliver sound to a pair of 8" speakers.

POSTED: 02/12/2009 - 03:25 am

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Marshall: MG15MSII MicrostackGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG15MSII Microstack

You won't be able to resist this 15 watt Microstack, complete with two 1x10 cabinets. This is the "mini-me" of Marshall stacks! Surprisingly loud, the Marshall MG15MSII Microstack makes an excellent practice amp, and looks great in any location.

POSTED: 02/05/2009 - 03:43 am

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Marshall: MG412Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG412

The most affordable Marshall 4 x 12" guitar cabinets ever! 8 ohm, 120-watt loaded with 4 custom Celestion speakers. This is the ideal guitar cabinet for the awesome MG100HDFX guitar head.

POSTED: 02/05/2009 - 03:18 am

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Marshall: JVM410CGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JVM410C

It features four independent, footswitchable channels (Clean, Crunch, OD1 & OD2) with three footswitchable Modes per channel, yielding a total of 12 different 'amps.'

POSTED: 01/26/2009 - 03:48 am

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Marshall: Super Lead 2000Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Super Lead 2000

The marshal superleade 2000 150 watt head (now discontinued) was the most popular amplifier releasd by Marshall. With it's Vintage distortion sounds and signiature Marshall tone I can see why.

POSTED: 11/12/2008 - 04:05 am

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Marshall: MC412Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MC412

This is a Brand New model line from Marshall, a full size cab with 4 Celestion 50watt speakers. This thing pounds out some crunch!

POSTED: 10/22/2008 - 03:31 am

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Marshall: MG100RCDGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG100RCD

It is so powerful, has a wide range on tones, and has a nice crunchy distortion as well as a good clean sound. The clean could have been a little brighter, but is good none the less. This amp is great for hard rockers like myself who like a little heavy tone.

POSTED: 10/21/2008 - 02:38 am

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Marshall: JCM800 4104Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM800 4104

This thing is basic, single channel pre-amp, master vol, treb, mid, low, presence, two inputs high and low.

POSTED: 06/14/2008 - 01:32 am

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Marshall: JCM900 4501Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900 4501

This is an '80s Marshall JCM900 4501 dual reverb, as it states in the name this has 2 separate reverb pots for each channel. It has the usual EQ, however both channels share the same.

POSTED: 03/26/2008 - 01:53 am

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Marshall: 1987XGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: 1987X

All the fabulous tube tone of the original 1987X from the 1966 to 1969 era plus a true bypass series FX loop.

POSTED: 01/24/2008 - 12:58 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 TSL122Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 TSL122

The Marshall JCM2000 TSL122 2x12" brings together superb clean sounds, glorious crunch tones and massive gain capability, creating Marshall's most versatile tube amp ever. Each channel has its own 3-band EQ, volume & gain controls and specialized tone switching.

POSTED: 01/08/2008 - 02:32 am

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Marshall: Valvestate 8240Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate 8240

It is a 40 watt combo and has 2 channels to switch between, along with the standard gain, treble, mid, and bass. It also has reverb and chorus, and a contour dial.

POSTED: 03/05/2007 - 07:31 am

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Marshall: JCM2000 TSL601Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM2000 TSL601

This amp is crisp on clean, biting for blues, and monstrous for metal; a superb all rounder.

POSTED: 09/23/2006 - 03:02 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS265Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS265

It has 2x12" speakers pushing 65 watts each. It has 3 channels, one clean and two distortion channels as well as built in chorus and reverb. There are dual speaker outputs on the back to run an extension cabinet, headphone out jack and it comes with a footswitch that switches channels. This amp is in good shape, with one noticeable blemish on the front frame.

POSTED: 03/06/2006 - 03:27 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS65RGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS65R

Constant research and development coupled with reaction to market feedback has led to the VS65R's improved circuitry and features. The VS65R contains a 12AX7 preamp tube, which operates within both the Clean and Overdrive channels.

POSTED: 02/25/2006 - 01:47 am

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Marshall: JCM900 4502Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: JCM900 4502

This is a classic hand-wired, tube amp with two ten-inch Celestion speakers. This amp has been gently used just a little bit in the last few years, and is in excellent condition. It sounds just as good as it did when it was brand new. Cosmetically, it looks good as well, with no scratches or flaws.

POSTED: 04/05/2005 - 02:38 am

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Marshall: MG10MKIIGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: MG10MKII

Built like a tank with easy-to-use controls, the G10MKll houses a range of killer sounds from sweet and clean to dirty and distorted.

POSTED: 08/20/2004 - 02:22 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS15RGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS15R

15 Watt Valvestate power stage into 1x8" speaker. Twin Gain controls. Treble, Bass and wide sweeping Mid Contour tone controls. Headphone jack (which mutes the internal speaker). Line Out jack. Built-in spring reverb.

POSTED: 04/30/2004 - 05:05 am

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Marshall: G15MSGuitar Amplifiers
Marshall: G15MS

POSTED: 04/07/2004 - 07:16 am

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Marshall: Valvestate VS2000 AVT100 112Guitar Amplifiers
Marshall: Valvestate VS2000 AVT100 112

Tube solid state hybrid with tube driven preamp section. 3 channels, effects loop, headphone jack, 16 built-in effects. 100 watt. Crystal clean sound.

POSTED: 07/24/2003 - 12:00 am

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