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Marshall JMD501

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the JMD1 series.

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MaZar

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1 Posted on 07/01/2010 at 23:32:17
Every guitar player knows Marshall and its cult amp series that has been manufactured for over 40 years now. Sometimes praised, sometimes criticized – everyone has certainly heard about the Marshall Plexi, JMP and JCM800, some of which even became reference products. After the launch of a new all-tube series (JVM), a solid-state series (MGFX) and a tube/solid-state hybrid series (Valvestate), Marshall only lacked a tube/digital hybrid product range. Thanks to its cooperation with Softube (well-known for its software amp simulations), Marshall has now launched the new JMD:1 series entering the semi-digital area. Today, we'll take a deeper look inside the JMD501...

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2 Posted on 10/28/2012 at 06:45:58
ive got the jmd 1 100 watt head and cabinet...got say great amp...i kinda dont know what the reviewer is talking about...the detuned setting on this amp is probably the best...add a bit of chorus to it and you got a killer setting...i like 1...6...9...12...and 16 the most
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