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Marshall Guitars user reviews

  • Marshall MG412A

    Marshall MG412A - "Blehh...."


    The Marshall MG412A is the company's cheapest level cab and is meant to go with their solid state MG100 head, or act as a 4x12 rig for those who can't afford a 4x12 of a higher calibre. It's actually slightly smaller than the conventional 1960 cab wh…

  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Classic old British tone"


    Marshall is one of those amplifier companies as really stood the test of time. They probably easily one of the most recognized amplifier companies in the world. They're mostly used from pop all the way up into metal music. They do have a particular s…

  • Marshall 2204 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 2204 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989] - "One of the best"


    The Marshall JCM 800 amplifier it's basically reissues version of one of the greatest amplifiers that Marshall is ever come up with. This is a master volume amplifier that is 50 W of power. So basically you have two power tubes rather than four power…

  • Marshall AS50R

    Marshall AS50R - "Wonderful"


    Solid-state 50 W Jack and XLR for the mic Chorus, reverb and feedback control USE Easy to use. It doesn't sound neutral, I love its tone. Very clear user's manual. SOUND I don't play much acoustic nowadays, but back then it was great …

  • Marshall 3210 Lead 100 Mosfet [1984-1991]

    Marshall 3210 Lead 100 Mosfet [1984-1991] - "nice price.. worh it"


    The Marshall Lead 100 Mosfet has a solid-state power amplifier with a tube pre-amp through a 12AX7. It delivers 100 watts of solid-state power at 4 ohms. The Clean section is only solid-state, whereas the "Tube Drive" section delivers exactly what…

  • 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 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Hello I love you!"


    This is about as classic as you can get when he comes to the marshall amplification hundred watt amps. This is such a great sounding amplifier and is a great platform for modification and high gain territory. These amplifiers are probably one of the …

  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Classic in one word or less"


    These old Marshall amplifiers have such a crazy tone and a fantastic feel for anyone who is playing pop, rock, or metal music. If you are into the pop and rock tones then you really need a overdrive pedal that can push the front end of the amplifier …

  • Marshall Drive Master

    Marshall Drive Master - "Cool pedal"


    The Marshall Drive Master is a pedal that it's basically a JCM 800 in a box. Marshall is pretty well known for their high gain amplifiers and make 100 W total guitar amps. They aren't well-known for their distortion pedals or any type of pedal for …