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Marshall Guitar Combo Amplifiers user reviews

  • Marshall 1974X

    Marshall 1974X - "A Rock 'n Roll Time Machine that oozes tone"


    The Marshall 1974X HW is (as indicated by the "HW") a hand-wired 1 x 12 combo amp in the style of the famous Bluesbreaker amp. The amp is rated at 18 watts and has a tube compliment of 2 EL84 tubes in the power amp, 3 ECC83s in the preamp, an EZ81 re…

  • Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V

    Marshall 8040 ValveState 40V - "Hard to break"


    40W amp with tube preamp and solid-state power amp. 2 channels: clean and boost with EQ each (bass/mid/treb for clean and bass/treb for boost) 1 gain control on each channel (which works as a volume control on the clean channel) 1 Contour co…

  • Marshall 8080 Valvestate 80V

    Marshall 8080 Valvestate 80V - "Not a bad Marshall. It was OK - but NOT a JCM800. "


    Solid state, 80 watts of power (too much for a 1x12, imho). 2 Channels, one which is tube preamp'ed for gain. I don't remember if it had a cab / out jack... I might have mod'ed mine with one if I remember correctly. 1x12 Celestion speaker, white …

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "Great Amp"


    I recently picked up this amp on Ebay for a little over 200 dollars. A damn good deal. The serial number denotes it was made in 1998 and I’m cool with that.…very cool. I like older women, guitars, Harleys and amps. I don’t want to start a rush to buy…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - "great with live playing"


    This is a 120 watt solid-state amplifier, open-backed combo with built in effects. It has twin 12" speakers. It has two channels and a switchable reverb/effect pedal. Connections are made through standard 1/4" cables and has an extra speaker out to c…

  • Marshall JMD501

    Marshall JMD501 - "marshall always rocks"


    The Marshal JMD 501 is a solid state guitar combo modeling amp. It has a 1/4 inch input and has a ton of parameters for effects and tone control of all types. It has a digital screen that you can save sounds in addition to the vast array of parameter…

  • Marshall 4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

    Marshall 4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] - "Classic old British tone"


    Marshall amplification is one of those iconic amp companies that is so synonymous with the music world in general. They have been so easily recognize primarily because of the hard rock guys from the 70s and 60s who really put this company to the fore…

  • Marshall MG10CD

    Marshall MG10CD - "lower end marshall amp"


    The Marshall MG10 CD is a solid state amplifier made in the 1990s. It has 25 watts of power going into 8 ohms. It has a 1/4 input in the front for your instrument. The parameters are pretty basic as it has EQ settings, gain setting, and volume. It al…

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "rocks!"


    This is a tube combo amp that has developed a loyal following over the years. It has a single 1/4" connection. It has two channels, which are designated rhythm and lead. The rhythm channel is clean/slightly overdriven, and actually has a crunch switc…

  • Marshall MG2FX

    Marshall MG2FX - "needs more power"


    Having just reviewed a really bad portable amp, I feel compelled to give kudos to a product that figured it out. The Marshall MG2FX is a portable guitar amp. It is powered by 6 AA batteries, or the optional AC adapter. There is one 1/4" input and a p…