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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the JVM2 series

Marshall introduces its new JVM2 series, including the 50-watts head JVM 205H.


All models in the series include 2 channels and 3 modes per channel, 2 volume, resonance, presence and 2 reverb master controls, 3-band EQ gain and volume controls per channel, 2 channel, reverb, fx loop, MIDI/footswitch and master on/off switches on the front panel. The tubes are 4 ECC83 preamp and 1 ECC83 and 2 EL34 power amp tubes, also the combo models include 1 Vintage and 1 Heritage 12″ speakers for the JVM210C and JVM205C amps and JVM215C combo amp includes a G21B speaker, all of them from Celestion, while the head models can be connected to any 4×12″ cabinet.

All Marshall JVM2 Amps come with a 4-way footswitch that allows to store front panel adjustments and recover them later, and also allows to change the channel modes. This amps can also be controlled by MIDI interface using its MIDI in and thru connections and connected to any recording device with its speaker-emulated XLR output.

MSRP for the JVM205H is $2,400.
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