Marshall’s concerns about global warming
The future of our planet is everyone’s concern, including audio gear manufacturers. Marshall has found a solution for « greener » guitar amps.
Marshall introduces today a first amp head in the JVM series that is equipped with sonar panels installed on the front of the amp. Powering amps with solar panels is a premiere, and Marshall knows that this solution offers a reduced battery life, especially in studios and at indoor gigs, so they decided to change the max level knobs to 9. After all, who pushes their tube amps to 10?
No information about the availability of these new amps, nor if Marshall will add this green technology to its entire amp range.
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