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JVM410C, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the JVM4 series.


7 user reviews
Prices starting at $3,000 average price: $3,000

Marshall JVM410C tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Marshall
  • Model:JVM410C
  • Series:JVM4
  • Category:Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 02/19/2007

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Marshall JVM410C user reviews

Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 7 reviews )
 4 reviews57 %
 2 reviews29 %
 1 user review14 %
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iamqman05/18/2011

iamqman's review"EEEHhh I'll pass!"

Marshall JVM410C
This is the exact same amp as the Marshall JVM 410H but just in a combo version. You will have all the same tone and features as you would with the head. However, the amp may sound different since it is coming out of a 2x12 cab rather than a 4x12 cabinet. This is stating the obvious I know, but just to let the people who are just coming into this type of market know ahead of time.


Marshall JVM410C

100 Watt 2x12" Combo
Two Celestion 12" speakers
5 x ECC83 (12AX7s) and 4 x EL34s
4 independent channels
3 footswitchable modes
Studio quality Digital Reverb
2 footswitchable Master Volumes
Two FX loops - Series/Parallel
Emulated line out
6-way footswitch with memory
Channel switching via MIDI
Made in England

UTILIZATION

Details
Type Tube
Number of Channels 4
Power 100W
Speakers 1 x 12" Vintage, 1 x 12" Heritage
No Effects
Reverb Yes
EQ Treble, Middle, Bass
No Amp Modeling
Number of Tubes 9
Preamp Tubes 4 x ECC83
Power Tubes 1 x ECC83, 4 x EL34
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 5 x Speaker, 1 x XLR (Emulated Line)
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 20"
Width 27.7"
Depth 10.43"
Weight 76.1 lbs.

SOUNDS

Perhaps I didn't give it a fair shake but I just couldn't get past how much noise this thing had. Plus it felt cheap to me. The sound was similar to a Line 6 simulator. It didn't feel natural at all. Nothing about this amp felt like a real amp except maybe channel one or two.

I used all kinds of guitars with this thing to make it sound good such as Strats, Tele, LP's, Wolfgang and even a Rickenbacker. Nothing could make this thing sound natural. Allow me to preface this by saying I had owned a Splawn QR and comparing the two was not fair. The Splawn was so far superior that it was pointless to even keep this amp. This amp wasn't even in the same league.

OVERALL OPINION

My opinion on this amp is to pass it up. Get a DSL 100 if you want high gain Marshall or get a JCM 800, modify it or slap a SD-1 in front for about have the price as this amp. If you want to buy an amp with high gain Marshall tones then get a Quickrod. If you want a huge low end amp then get a Nitro. Just don't waste your time with this amp.

I would not recommend this amp to anyone. At new prices they are over $2600. At used you may find it as good as I did for $1600. Save half that and get an DSL. Or save part and buy an 800 or a used Splawn. There are many better options out there to be had than this amp.
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hellpig06/19/2012

hellpig's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Well ..."

Marshall JVM410C
It's all tube 100 with the Marshall sound. Equipped noon (a real plus) two effects loops, parallel and serial, digital reverb ... in short everything the guitarist of the modern needs. (Me in this case) and two master volume, all programmable on the pedal to recall programs or via MIDI.

UTILIZATION

Utilsation side of marshall is therefore thought to be easier even if thanks to super programmable pedal can go far in the functions, the trick is easy to approach one has understood the trick (that is to say very quickly)

To program the footswitch with the user manual in Briton is something else but overall is well ca.

SOUNDS

I play rock mostly covered by the register and this amp is very broad. It captures the nuances of different micro and used guitars. The sound is thick and easy to find in 5 minutes. Flat still sounds very saturated for that, even if they sound good, but it blows a lot means that if there is no noise around. Not death still a little noise gate and voila.
In short, the spectrum covered by this amp suits me but at the highest point, open the cabinet with Celestion marshall to leave me on my hunger, I went on a 2 * 12 connected to the combo initially and eventually replace by the same thing in mind more baffle.
The sound of the combo alone is very well anyway.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a very versatile amp that sounds really very good. The extra is clear and warm enough to play jazz and other ... I preferred this amp to a Fender Hot Rod at the store ...
Today I no longer have this combo, I exchanged against a head as I plug in a 2 * 12 and the homemade stuff sounds monstrous.
IN fact I always blamed her lack of box this amp is the open back. Few low except at high volume but the sound changes to acute as well.
Today so I found my sound but I still advise this amp for those who want something versatile in a pretty box. (Heavy box anyway ...)

Good animal goes!
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palmazou03/08/2012

palmazou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Great amp!"

Marshall JVM410C
I'm not going back on the technical features already mentioned above - it has power to spare, even in the festival, it releases a volume of sick!

UTILIZATION

Very s! Mple and easy to use.
Anyway, I also used a simple way:
3 sounds - a clean - a crunch and a lead

SOUNDS

I think the sounds are really good for those who love vintage.
This is not an amp for Trash Metal, though, but for the rare good rock, I highly recommend

I have, besides this, an AC30, a Fender Bandmaster and a Fender Showman
If these amps have undeniable qualities, they do not have the versatility of the Marshall

I play only on Gibson and Rickenbacker: 1335, an SG and a Rickenbacker 360

Here it is in action in concert:



OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year, I needed an amp portable, with different volumes - I totally satifsait. Both club and in large rooms, it gives me satisfaction

The only thing is it is heavy!, But hey, it's a full amp lamps, so it is normal
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hazy geo02/18/2012

hazy geo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" an amp crazy"

Marshall JVM410C
everything was already said to all lamps amp with 4 channels and three types of gain per channel green, orange and red in it to care under the foot
100 W lamps while it's heavy it rivals even combos seamlessly with the head and 4 * 12
settings are very simple and accessible, however it is not the amp that I recommend to a beginner

UTILIZATION

super simple config all times you still have it use the multilingual manuals
:-) For once it's cool brief must be used because for my part I did not see immediately how the switch assigned such an example of fooswitch the overdrive channel 2 this function is very practical
and its all come good one is the foot

SOUNDS

So I play rock grunge to blues to heavy metal and even see in it is terrible bluesy crunch channel is fabulous although I find that at the clean channel you can expect a better but still remains Bonnard
I play on 93 of prs prefactory CE24 therefore with double windings splitter but then I change into simple as I want and in both cases is the band without its problem of sick that this sends is terrible amps

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it about a month and I finally found a powerful amp with big sound and lots of saturated channel
at value for money is adequate although I find that the price difference between the head + 4/12 is not huge with combos seen most of his combos hand side less bulky and I can say that Matters turned serious I would have expected to see at least 100 200 euros less but I bought it on
www.quedesamplis.com and I unhesitatingly resservirais home because prices are competitive with the other dealer was delivering it is quickly and the package is not baloté in all directions now try the amp in a store before the buy is better ^ ^ lol
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