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Marshall user reviews

  • Marshall 1987 JCM800 Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 1987 JCM800 Lead [1981-1989] - "Killer amp!"


    The Marshall JCM 800 is such a great amplifier for pretty much any style of music. It has a great platform for modification or just using any type of overdrive or modulation effect pedal out there. It takes whatever guitar you use and doesn't turn yo…

  • Marshall EH-1 Echohead

    Marshall EH-1 Echohead - nickname009's review


    * HiFi * Analogue * Tape Echo * Multi Tap * Reverse * Modulation Filter Controls include Delay Mode, Delay Time, Feedback and Level There's also 2 outs, one is just a regular true bypass out, the other is one that allo…

  • Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010]

    Marshall Class 5 Combo [2009-2010] - nickname009's review


    * 5 Watt, 1x10 inch Combo Amplifier * All-Valve Design with Class A Circuitry * Powered by 2 x ECC83 Preamp and 1 x EL84 Power Tubes * Celestion Designed 10 inch Speaker * Compact Design for Playing out or Staying in Contr…

  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Almost perfect"


    This Marshall amplifier is an established rock 'n roll tone that you've probably heard on countless albums and recordings. This is such an iconic Marshall amplifier with its classic look and remarkable tone. This is the guy and that you wish you coul…

  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Decent combo amp"


    This amplifier is a combo amp made by Marshall. It's part of Marshall's Valvestate series, which means that it's supposed to sound like a tube amp but use solid-state technology. This is a common feature that has been happening from the early 90s onw…

  • Marshall MG100HFX

    Marshall MG100HFX - "Decent for an aspiring rocker"


    The Marshall MG100HFX is the updated head version of the MG100 head that has been around for a fair few years. It's meant to be a good amp for beginners who want to have a real Marshall stack, but can't afford the hefty price tags of a JCM800 or Silv…

  • Marshall 2550 Silver Jubilee [1987]

    Marshall 2550 Silver Jubilee [1987] - "Marshall's last great amp"


    Note: I'm writing this review about the Marshall 25/53 Jubilee, which is a smaller box version. The Marshall Silver Jubilee came about in 1987 as the flagship amplifier to celebrate the company's 25th anniversary. It was based on a hot-rodded Mars…

  • Marshall MA100H

    Marshall MA100H - "Just trash"


    Marshall MG 100 amplifier is a cheaper version of some of the other amplifiers and Marshall has done before. This is an all tube amplifier but it really doesn't sound like a tube amplifier in my opinion. It doesn't have the fell or punch enemies to l…

  • Marshall 2203 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989]

    Marshall 2203 JCM800 Master Volume Lead [1981-1989] - "One of the best"


    This is a great sounding Marshall amplifier that originally came out in the 80s and has continued to give some of the very best Marshall tones have any amplifier they've ever manufactured. This is a crate workforce amplifier and great gigging amplifi…

  • Marshall 1959HW

    Marshall 1959HW - "Classic reissue"


    This is a fantastic amplifier from marshal application. It is a hard-working workforce amplifier that will give you a great clean plexi type Marshall tone as well as a good solid tube overdriven tone. This is the guitar amp that many hard rock player…