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Marshall JTM user reviews

  • Marshall JTM600 [1996-1997]

    Marshall JTM600 [1996-1997] - "Marshall JTM600 and an old Crate 4x12."

    01/17/15

    This is the second head I had ever purchased and my first all tube. My first was a solid state Fender Stagemaster and it blew on me and this combo fell into my lap for what I thought was dirt cheap. Five-Hundred bucks for the head and cab. The JTM600…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997]

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

    01/10/12

    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 JTM310 [1994-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - "Spacious amp"

    06/15/11

    This is a great little combo amp that features two 10 inch speakers and 30 watts of power. It has the same great tone and features as the 60 wattage version but just half the power. Back in the day when Marshall made amps that sounded good and to…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997] - "Not a bad pick up"

    06/15/11

    The 312 features a combo cabinet with one 12 inch speaker. This is the most standard version of this guitar amp. This amp has a bit more of a buzzy sound in the distortion compared to the 60 watt models. This amp is the same amp as the 60 watt am…

  • Marshall JTM615 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM615 [1995-1997] - "HUGE speaker"

    06/15/11

    This is a puzzling option to have in a guitar cabinet. You usually don't see or hear a 15 inch speaker coming out a of a guitar amp like you would a bass amp. yet the clean tone of this amp is much better in my opinion to most Marshall amps. Sounds m…

  • Marshall JTM610 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM610 [1995-1997] - "Legendary amp!"

    06/15/11

    This amp has the same great tone and features as the 612 or the 615 but with a one 10 inch speaker. This will tighten up the low end a bit but have a generally similar tone. It will be better for Fender Stratocaster players or someone with a single c…

  • Marshall JTM612 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM612 [1995-1997] - "Great British Amp!"

    06/15/11

    Back in the day when Marshall made amps that sounded good and took the time needed to build high quality amps not just fast quantity amps they build this little combo. This amp is a big surprise to me because I generally don't like the combos that Ma…

  • Marshall JTM622 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM622 [1995-1997] - "A tone monster"

    06/15/11

    Back in the day when Marshall made amps that sounded good and took the time needed to build high quality amps not just fast quantity amps they build this little combo. This amp is a big surprise to me because I generally don't like the combos that Ma…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1994-1997] - moosers's review

    04/06/10

    The Marshall JTM 30 is a medium sized guitar combination amplifier. Like the name contains, the amp will deliver 30 watts of power, so while not suitable for live shows in larger venues or with a full band, the JTM 30 is great for practicing, record…

  • Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997]

    Marshall JTM310 [1995-1997] - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/13/08

    (Originally written by hardbluesbreaker70's/translated from Audiofanzine FR) - All-tube 30-watt amp. - 2 x 10" speaker - 2 channels: clean and boost - Reverb - FX loop - Speaker output - Footswitch input - Master volume and dedicated…