Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
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Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]

4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999], Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the JCM900 series.

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Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 9 reviews )
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rafilou5701/23/2010

rafilou57's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
Amp lamps 100 w.
4el34 for version prior to 1993 and 46l6 version APRS 1993.
3 12AX7 pre-amp
Small in size.
BUT HE DEVELOPED any 100W lamps! CAUTION EARS
It PSE 24.5 kg, and yes the watts are doing ...
It pays not mine, but remarquerala Lger golden crown that distinguishes it from other marshall who is more upscale.
Celestion G12H-100

UTILIZATION

Amp very easy to use.
2 channels: overdrive and lead.
Rglage bass, mid, and treble presence.
P-amp and the Self-Employed reverbesont per channel.
You plug and go.

SOUNDS

Before anything else, notifications Previous, I want to point something out ...
This amp was released in dbt 90s.
It is typ rock. It availing oneself of the rock sound udbut 90s.
Actually he did not sound the Bayeux JCM 800, but that is normal, the sound quality has won!
Compar SO a JCM 800 and 900. You'll find that the sound of the JCM and more modern and "soft" for guitarists seeking a Dornava quality rather than a distortion of his property but that breaks the Bayeux ears!!

I use it with a retubing in electo-harmonix EL34 and 3 12ax7lps have thirty hours.
The HP and celetion g12K-100 nine.

Well, frankly, IL Blown!!
A quality of its extra-ordinary, very versatile, keeping all of the same ITS OWN MARSHALL.
Spend all styles: blues, rock, jazz, and even the metal of the 80s: maiden, metallica, slayer.

Indeed, this is not correct Legrain modernedu mesa, but we must add a few thousand'....

And do not ask him to sound like a Fender IS A MARSHALL, very serious and Britsh SOUND. Unlike fender that is crystalline but lack of bass at disto! Ca dpend the taste of people.

The first time I try with my gibson sg, I took myself on for angus young! ITS EXACTLY THE SAME!! and pure like the Led Zeppelin is THE SOUND THAT YOU WILL BE WITH THIS AMP!

I use a digitech metal master of history can make big metal and a whole chorus boss.
FRANKLY, THE SOUND IS BEAUTIFUL!! THE SOUND OF PEDAL IS HUGE ON THIS AMP! He accepts the sound superbly pedals and no feedback and hiss.

I'm with a concert, everyone came late to tell me they had never heard a sound like the marshall!

To all owners and future buyers JCM900, Try my config, you'll see! You tell me the new!

To get this sound, you must type in the Vox AC30 or mesa express, but there are add euros! And for no real diffrence sound!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a few months.
I bought Entirely rvis and Retube.
I love the sound it a.
What I dislike is that it does not look like much compared to other marshall amp. It paratmme shabby before the new AVT100! Tiny, even if they put the pat!
N'empche sending it etches the pure and the sound is to go!
Besides the concert ended, another group before me had a AVT100 and guitarist and immediately came to see my amp because I had not included a "PAREILAVEC SON OF A ROTTEN MARSHALL 30W AMP! "
I laughed! And I told him that it is a 100w that has almost 20 years, but lamps.
The guy did not believe me! "A small thing in the 100 W? And with a sound like that 20 years?"
It suited all of it was hers to sell to the same and do the same config as me!
Like what .....
The suit does not make the man!
rafilou5701/17/2010

rafilou57's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
rafilou5701/12/2010

rafilou57's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
10/25/2009

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
JCM900, everyone knows and that's an amp lamps ... has noted, output recording compensated line out and another ... bte good, simple and effective. even when heavy enough, but nothing dramatic <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" />

UTILIZATION

configuration: while I find the pots that was not so ineffective, and must tinker a tad to get the perfect sound (for EMBL has rings, but like everywhere need a little tweaking) manual: What is a manual ? yeah, easy to get a "good sound". We'll talk about in a topic, ok?

SOUNDS

sounded pretty good with the tele for rock, blues, funk and other shuffled, and surprisingly, makes a nice trs trs with my 7 string to sound a little prog ... or to shred solos. I find also more dynamic than its "competitor" JCM2000 DSL401 on. Oh yeah, and if the channel is saturated with APRS me well but I think spending half the gain only serves to dpanner when no pedals on hand and that has nothing to push the amplifier to magnify the sound level of the Tagus power. amp is a pro: good scratch, trs rglages sensitive to both the guitar on the amp and nuances of the game, to play a high volume and with pedals (it is very s what I have tried in as distortion pedals of) ... I do not care: I play hard, and with little gain.

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OVERALL OPINION

few days. yeah I tried a fucking plthore amp. and has a payroll that I rflchis on my son ... Finally, I stumbled by chance on sound combinations trs INTERESTED ... JCM800, Plexi era of, 1959RR, 2061x, fender bassman, VOX AC30, correct mesa, fender twin are REFERENCE I've experienced in my life. and I had quite the opportunity to play on the Vox Valvetronix, the FM212R fender, marshall MG's (I like, personal ... they say what one wants, but we can draw sounds dcents ...), and the Marshall Valvestate AVT, the behringer has modlisation know what I and my old randall RG50TC I liked and that would be my current trs complmentaire marshall. one for blues and rock (marshall) one of the big heavy rock metal that chih (Randall). l I plan to take a few pedals story broaden my sound panel ... the fuzz, and overdrive, and so on ... what I like least: 100W, to blackmail must push a volume inhuman. I love the most: the report qualitprix! and I get the textures, changing my game, my rglages, etc ... The last word: sound is the combination of guitarist, his style of play, his guitar, his amp (lamps, HP, etc) a lot of people dcrient this amp, but I am to facts, overwhelmed: a ring. At least a ring with my game, my rglages, my style, my guitars ... Moreover, this amp is not so much in the sense marshallesque JCM800 or large plexi bottom of a term. It is more ... it has its own groove, his own personality, its own sound, its own feeling ... sound unusual in faiit ... we love or we dtest ... I like it <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" />
Flat08/19/2007

Flat's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
See below

UTILIZATION

Simple and effective
the typ

SOUNDS

It is superb for its blues sounds a bit cute in her "clear"
and channel distortion is compress (despite a loss of precision consquente)

OVERALL OPINION

6 months after having us use the stack studios repeated for 6 years
coupling is slightly less than the personals head + 4x12 version but the color is the
amp is a must have if you love the sound
I love it
07/06/2007

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
Dja said but hey ... we'll rpter

All Tube Amp (3 prampli, four amplifiers)
100W or 50W (optional)
Between a Jack, a footswitch jack
Clean channel 1, channel 1 saturbr />
This is no more, no unnecessary, but good!

UTILIZATION

Is heated, the branch and we play! is simple.
The trs rglages are fast but do not rev the legalization effective, but its enough (for now anyway).
BMOL small for saturation: one must look a lot before finding the sound ...

SOUNDS

This amp is not mine, it's one of two scratch my group and let me (too powerful for home) and I'm a Fender FM 212R possde, which I find much better .. ..
The marshall's clean channel leaves DSIR, my fender soundly beats the top (at the same time it is on fender well bah ...)
For or against the tonn I t is that even in the BPS, the Marshall all-tube should overwrite the fender and yet not, and even sometimes the fender which crushes the marshall!
And what is the channel saturated I think it's good: we should not look bad before the sound but even when this is achieved.
Basically, the marshall is good but if you have enough money to pay you a good distortion pedals in, lean on a fender instead and you will have the clear sound plus a distortion that n ' no shame!

Its strength: the warm sound of the lamps.

OVERALL OPINION

Good amp, it holds up we never had a problem with that in contrast to the adjacent fender overheating: s if you get the warm sound of expensive lamps trs not used, you bend over it is worthwhile.
franck.malric04/13/2006

franck.malric's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
All-tube amp. 3 12 AX7 preamp lamps, 4 lamps EL34 amp
Two channels: a clear and a saturated

UTILIZATION

Easy configuration, plug and play is

SOUNDS

This is where the bottom hurts! "Y'avait yet all in for it to work well!" But ...
I played 10 years on this amplifier. I play mostly rock with a Fender Stratocaster 87 Custom (2 Seymour Duncan single and a double bridge DiMarsio, Epiphone Les Paul Custom a (2 Seymour Duncan) and a Fender telecaster Johnny Hallyday (3 micros simple texas blues). I never managed to get sound interressants. The sounds have always been very poor (I tried several installations of both tubes in preamp gain). the sound is dry, without harmonics and égualisation innéfficace. The only interest lies in power output that can deafen the neighborhood, but that's all.

OVERALL OPINION

I recently sold this amp after a few technical setbacks. I have indeed made the Retube amp that was quick to "smoking" some time later. balance sheet, an output transformer and a grilled retubing of the power stage. I sold it without much regret since I bought some time before a Fender Hot Rod gives me feelings clearly superior.
I am particularly disappointed with the sound of the JCM 900 that I had the opportunity to play with an old JCM 800 it has really SOUND Marschall. I also recently tried a Blues Braker makes me shudder even to think about nothing but happiness.
ebrian02/17/2006

ebrian's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
Said

UTILIZATION

Very easy to handle. English manual but useless. We can go from 100 w to 50 w
which is convenient. Also in case of lamp failure (s) 2 others take over.
After 4 years knobs that sizzle: Disease Marshallian ... Sold without a footswitch.

SOUNDS

Good for blues and rock first. It absorbs all kinds of guitars.
The clean sound is disappointing: anemia, without personality. This is not the strong point, much less the Marshall JCM 900. The distorted sounds are better but not worth, in my opinion those of the JCM 800 most dynamic and sliced. As for the equalizer is just too limiting opportunities.

OVERALL OPINION

I used this amp for several years on stage and in rehearsal. It is too powerful, even in 50 w to work from home. You really have to push to get results and that side is mind-blowing! I have owned and tried many amps: Other models of Marshall, Peavey, Behringer, Fender, Ibanez, Roland and other rarer (tube, hybrid and transistors). The report qalité price is pretty good. Disappointed with this amp I sold. Let's say I'm not "Marshallian" but rather "Rivera" or "Fenderien".
jay_from_Lille08/07/2004

jay_from_Lille's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4101 JCM900 Dual Reverb [1990-1999]
Little amp still quite heavy especially in the staircase colimaons ... Briefly, the weight of all lamps dlivre amp 100 watts 2 channels, one clean the other lead. Rglages are the simplicity of a "Marshallian" is that volume, gain, equalization, and reverb. and channel selection. There are connectors on the back for an effects loop and a SETTING THE latter via a screw ... a system that Marshall did not seem matriser the era.

UTILIZATION

Utlisation so simple a priori trs but s'avre it takes a while to matriser Marshall sound, this means finding the grain expected. It is not in the extreme positions of knobs gain sounds that will be the best and those who esprent get the sound of a distortion or a Peavy amp that can be caused, they have to know before ... (See other reviews). For my part, I had a Valvestate 8080 and beginners looking for ready-made sounds that I proposed it. So I spent time understanding what I dlivrerait this amp and am not the journey.

SOUNDS

In short, we get a real good sound clear need matriser especially with double coils, pushing the gain is a real crunch DGIG on the lead channel, there is the Marshall's and one s 't that kind of a small amp ... Of course, for the solos he seems to lack a little binder and called some of his cronies to limit the effect rescue brutal. At that time it calls into question his technique ... or adding a little distortion a little history of dirty and add some sustain ... or may be a delay ... Anyway it was a great engine, missing a few accessories to overcome the small map of a game sometimes epu draft ...

OVERALL OPINION

Currently having a body double JCM900, I can not compare the two m'empcher and weight of the amp is not the only argument that tips my heart to 4101. May be the feeling of not having to get out all the time the big guns ... Now I use this amp for several years, including 4 in a group and still my companion Fidler. I possdais a valvesate 8080 which for me is a good amp for a room or apartment. The 4101 it IDAL rpetitions for studio and live in small rooms or taken on a sound system.
Each guitarist his or her research and it sounds qute a coronation, the 4101 has given me many of rponses and still a lot of trails to explore.