Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

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4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989], Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the JCM800 series.

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Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]
  • Series: JCM800
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2005

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Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %

frankap's review"irreplaceable"

Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]




fender, gibson, ibanez, line6 etc



philimor's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" essential"

Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]
useless description as config original 100w ....


you do not get a good sound you get the sound!


records clean to AC / DC gibson strat but also everything goes


10 months of use without regret and yet I have a JCM 900 head and cab of a 2000 jcm same but there is another dimension bought € 450 randomly right corner of its weight is a mere vicissitude

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

Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]
- What kind of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)?
4 lamps mesa-boogie
- What is the power dlivre?
- What connection?
faade between a jack, to connect two output 6.35 HP, with an output volume indpendant for a return or connection table 6.35, 1 between 6.35 and an exit effect, a footswitch 6.35
- What are the rglages the effects? ...
trs simple, two channels in normal and boost rglage indpendant.
Normal: vol, bass, treble
boost: gain, vol, bass, middle, treble
Master: vol, reverb, presence


- The configuration is it simple?
could not be more simple
- Gets it easy to sound good?
has provided warm it, and when the lamps are temprature, the sound is standard! banned from the house, because of frustration. The clear sound is of extraordinary clear, the gain is more bluesy, so refrain mtaleux ...


- Is it your style of music?
well, jazz, blues, rock ...
- With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
a marvel with my Gibson Les Paul, I avoid putting racks effect because it loses some of the original signal
- What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
Its a clear coat of reverb and prsence and the sound is crystalline, if you wear a little ear, you can even hear crpiter lamps, as the version of Little Wing by SRV
- What are the sounds you prfrez, you dtest?
Throw anything away, it's a vintage amp, not to modern sounds, he does not Designed for the base


- How long have you use it?
I bought it early 1990
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
well the sr! the default is to only allow it to warm long enough to be able to operate with the bottom, and it is quite fragile to use. But his glove is so easy to be forgiven. Pure pleasure
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
A mesa boogie, H & K, JCM 900 ... but the favorite has to t the l. Perfect marriage for all gibson, because the sound is warm and round trs
- How do you report qualitprix?
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Without hsiter, may be taking the 50 W to 100W for home and small and well scnes Corp. sr twice for Stade de France with the faade more ... lol
2066 & then11/20/2006

2066 & then's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Marshall 4211 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]
All Tube Combo Amp: 3 in prampli ECC83, 4 EL 34 power. The account is good, has 100W. Made between 1983 and 1990.
The two are HP Celestion GH12 but I vrifier.
Between a jack for the guitar.
A voltage of slecteur.
Two outputs HP jack, which uses a combo for the HP. Slecteur of impdance 4/8/16 Ohm.
Rglages as indicated below:
Clean: Vol, Treble, Bass
Boost: Gain, Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble
Master Vol, Reverb, Presence.
No effect from the reverb.
Effects loop, line output with volume (it seems to me, I must also vrifier).
Footswitch & reverb boost. But it is not really terrible plastic, the two switches near each other. And certainly because of the age, the contacts are uncertain and it needs to be back often repeatedly to switch ... Not terrible, but it's a footswitch dtail!


Trs simple config with rglages effective, but without the style s'carter Marshall.
This gives a good sound very easy.
Purchased OCCAZ: no manual. And it has never failed me.

The master volume is not really linear: pass half of the race, the margin is low. But that's not really pnalisant.


It should be done all my style of music: rock pulling garage, '60s and '70s rock. For example: Beatles, Stones, Stooges, Doors, Black Desir, Pink Floyd. It does not mean I get the sound of all these groups. It means that I can no problem keeping with the spirit, in the same world. To Pink Floyd on the other hand, I have to stay clean and add pedals for example songs like Echoes. Indeed, sound, whatever the rglage has the Marshall type.

The clean: it is the weak point: trs right, a little too much for me, I find it a little cold. It tt crunch enough (in the course of the knob is to say we can dj s'abmer ears before crunch ...). This compares my Classic 30, which crunch later (but lower volume, given its power significantly infrieure that of Marshall).
Even so, since I have a booster in the loop, the sound is much clear Global Warming. I guess it's because I seek the power tubes, leaving the pramp plain.

The boost: Excellent. Gnralement I use a little more than half the gain, with 12 bass, mid and treble to the 14h, and we are in the '60s and '70s. In short, trs good crunch. Going up the gain, you type in the typical 80's JCM800. I rarely use, except for stuff like Motrhead. So the trs hot, but remaining prcis. More than 30 Classic anyway. I love that sound trs warm, with plenty of bite in the mids, which does not need to gain normment to rumble and vibrate. There is one aspect in which I love Harley Davidson. It's a wild amp.

The reverb: I find it a good rev reverb, not too intrusive, and does not dnature sound. However it is in use feedback trstt combo. D'APRS a technician, the springs are fatigus. But using head, no problem to push back. It is also done everything exploitable bottom.

The knob "Presence" is trs musical and effective.

Note that I use now trs often head with HP as a baffle SVT15E for so low. I find the sound clearer in this config, with the bass and prcises Submitted. Highs remain well Defines trs. The overall sound is Marshallian trs. with a Les Paul, I really like. on the other hand, with a stratovolcano, the bass is overwhelming and I prfre use combo.
Without being really better than the combo, this approach allows me to use both my guitars and my bass without changing cblages. Just the SETTING THE prsences and Tone. The amp performs well trs bass amp with a Rickenbacker 4001 in between. Let's say that a remains in the Submitted styles that I have above. In addition, the 4001, the East with its medium trs agrees well with the amp. This is not a solution forcment dfintive, but I find INTERESTED trs and exploitable. Not test together, but not n'tant bassist in my group, I do not know if I can do one day.


I use it for a little over a year.
Particular feature I like most? difficult to say ... The sound, which is what I want. basically, I'm not at all certain to have one day want to change it.
Particular feature I like least: the weight, the sound is not clear at the top. Of course, Marshall is a clear pure juice, but it is significantly worse than a Fender. This is not a sound could I take my foot on the riff of Proud Mary with my LP!

I tried a pair of amps before buying it (in lieu of the Bronx amp Fender Hot Rod). I turned to a '59 Fender Bassman RI. Excellent, but no reverb or master. The absence of master me DCID. The sound is not at all the same, but for me rpondait needs quite similar. I tried also Brunetti, other Fender, a Mesa F30 I think, an ENGL Screamer or Tunder, I find it terrible. I wanted to avoid a too powerful amp, but the sound of Marshall was a real tape and he really impossible despite its 100W. So I took the powerful ...

Report quality price: srement not top: 1000 for an amp OCCAZ. But as I have a bnficiais ... 1000 to replace the Bronx.

With exprience, I certainly would do this choice, but with a power of 50W. Or I would take a head to possibly change the baffle.

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