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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the JVM4 series.

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  • just what I was looking

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 08/18/14 at 05:39
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    see other opinions or manufacturer's website, a Swiss Army knife guitarist loving his marshall.

    UTILIZATION

    4 channels each with three mode (green orange red) increasing the gain. a clean, a crunch, a od1 an e OD2. manual a bit light for those who have never used a head with a choice of ohm for hp and for the management of effect loops. programmable pedalboard with childlike ease.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock / hard rock: acdc, guns, slashes Snakepit, pink floyd foo fighters and this amp fits perfectly with these styles. od1 orange gives acdc without red OD2 problem gives gary moore ... tt case with alnico pro2. And this is important because the guy that I bought some channels was very......
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    see other opinions or manufacturer's website, a Swiss Army knife guitarist loving his marshall.

    UTILIZATION

    4 channels each with three mode (green orange red) increasing the gain. a clean, a crunch, a od1 an e OD2. manual a bit light for those who have never used a head with a choice of ohm for hp and for the management of effect loops. programmable pedalboard with childlike ease.

    SOUNDS

    I play rock / hard rock: acdc, guns, slashes Snakepit, pink floyd foo fighters and this amp fits perfectly with these styles. od1 orange gives acdc without red OD2 problem gives gary moore ... tt case with alnico pro2. And this is important because the guy that I bought some channels was very difficult to use gain with humbuckers while I should be me wonder. Small flat for the crunch channel is bland without adding an external equalization and a touch of Db2 boss. Excellent, both master volume. I used for a clean and cruch and one for od. I take a point for the cruch that does not really suit me.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months and it suits me wonderfully. The only real problem with this amp is the neighbors because although it can be used in volume 2, the higher up the volume the sound is more enjoyable o). Those who post reviews saying that this amp is bad have either
    - Ear problems
    - The bad stuff upstream or downstream of the amp because hp, guitar and pedals are important. (Eg alnico humbucker vs) I just bought an EQ pedal and it gives yet another dimension to this amp. and if a bit is added to the compression was OD2 and sustain an infinite precision in picking in clean
    - Musical tastes that do not fit with it as for the rock as described above, it is just perfect.
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  • "THE" head!

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 12/29/13 at 13:53
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    All-tube amplifier
    Connections: 1 hall, 1 loop, 1 noon, the output cab to 4, 8 16 ohms!
    Preferred connection: the midi input that I use with my boss GT8 connected via method 4 cables + a midi cable.
    Thus, the GT8 provided modulations, equalizer ... and head provided the sounds ^ ^
    3 types of sound arranged by channel
    3 channels arranged
    It covers quite a range of sound!
    Reverb
    Presence

    UTILIZATION

    I have bought the Used without the manual.
    It took me download one to use midi function (loggings that go with)
    After some manipulations, some tests, we understand and treat.
    As opportunities, that sounds as effective settings!
    Obviously there's LE Marshall, but "not......
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    All-tube amplifier
    Connections: 1 hall, 1 loop, 1 noon, the output cab to 4, 8 16 ohms!
    Preferred connection: the midi input that I use with my boss GT8 connected via method 4 cables + a midi cable.
    Thus, the GT8 provided modulations, equalizer ... and head provided the sounds ^ ^
    3 types of sound arranged by channel
    3 channels arranged
    It covers quite a range of sound!
    Reverb
    Presence

    UTILIZATION

    I have bought the Used without the manual.
    It took me download one to use midi function (loggings that go with)
    After some manipulations, some tests, we understand and treat.
    As opportunities, that sounds as effective settings!
    Obviously there's LE Marshall, but "not that".
    We can get out of this beast a very distinctive metal sound.
    I am not 10 out of 10 because it larsène loud when the volume and gain are high (my regular use) and c is THE negative for me. (Maybe the lights are tired)

    The sounds are fa bu lous. We really pierces the mix on stage. A treat.

    SOUNDS

    This head is perfect for my style of music.
    A share may be extreme metal (?), I do not see what kind of music it should.
    But it covers all styles after me.
    What sounds do you get?
    All clear sounds, all the crunch, all Satus :)
    It is coupled with all the guitars that I could use:

    Gibson:

    "Les Paul
    studio (490/498)
    classic custom (P90)

    "Flying V (496/500)

    LTD:

    "EC1000 (Seymour duncan)

    "KH602 OUIJA (EMG 81 and 85)

    Cabinet:

    Marshall JCM 900 LEAD with 4 V30
    Mesa Boogie Rectifier 2x12 horizontal
    Without his super clean to saturated most high gain is really an experience

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year and a half

    J was able to play on peavey 5501 (?), Hugh and Kettner, ENGL Powerball, Bugera 333 xl.
    And for me, the jvm is the best in all respects.

    I'd like to try a Mesa Boogie, a NOS or a Diezel to compare.

    I use it with my Boss GT8 so the footswitch is useless to me. It seems complete and easy to use hyper. One more point then.

    Equipped with a knob for adjusting the bias it deserves a 10 out of 10, and even 11 out of 10!

    I find the new prices of all heads "upscale" exaggerated, so I must go with the second hand market, so in these circumstances, I repeat that choice closed eyes and ears wide open :)
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  • Rock n Roll!

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 07/08/13 at 05:53
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    Lamp
    head 100W

    UTILIZATION

    super simple

    Gets it easy to sound good? ooooooh yes!

    SOUNDS

    I love this amp! its clear nickel, Overdrive, super cool, good on the other hand I never use the 2nd, it's a little too mushy after.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I long ago and I love it, I would change it for anything in the world! it suits me perfectly! CA SONNE! all with a big Les Paul Custom with a Telecaster!

    CA

    SONNE

    !
  • Marshall's high-flying

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 08/22/12 at 05:51
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    It is near perfection with all parameters adjustable and recordable possible. I would almost say it is too.

    UTILIZATION

    The facade can be frightening, but after all, the principle is the same as a mixer, it works for every one therefore is not lost.

    The pedal is easily configured (all connected by a simple jack to the south, Marshall hit very hard).

    Malrgé all, I still say that it is a gas plant in the sense that the choice is too wide among the 12 channels!

    Note the presence of two masters: ideal for solo.

    SOUNDS

    Some sounds are overstaffed so I will speak of my favorite sounds. It's simple: there are 3.

    1. green channel 1: the most beautiful clean at Marshall......
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    It is near perfection with all parameters adjustable and recordable possible. I would almost say it is too.

    UTILIZATION

    The facade can be frightening, but after all, the principle is the same as a mixer, it works for every one therefore is not lost.

    The pedal is easily configured (all connected by a simple jack to the south, Marshall hit very hard).

    Malrgé all, I still say that it is a gas plant in the sense that the choice is too wide among the 12 channels!

    Note the presence of two masters: ideal for solo.

    SOUNDS

    Some sounds are overstaffed so I will speak of my favorite sounds. It's simple: there are 3.

    1. green channel 1: the most beautiful clean at Marshall undoubtedly (ideal for use with pedals)
    2. channel 2 red: the typical crunch jcm 800 (if one should retain only one, is that there)
    3. channel 3 orange: the most saturated sounds of the mark but still well defined

    With these three sounds, I toured my needs. Note that the reverb is gorgeous and does not cut when changing channels. I found the eq quite effective and the presence of general settings and outline handy to quickly adapt to an environment without affecting its various basic eq.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In my opinion, Marshall has succeeded the encyclopedia of rock / hard rock / metal in a single head, noon please.

    This version is too powerful in my opinion, version 50 watts is more than enough for any situation (and gets rid of unnecessary crossing canals).

    I owned the JCM800, JCM900 and JCM2000 on and for me, the jvm contains all the sounds there without exception. I repeat that the clean this amp is superb.

    Nevertheless, I am separated because this beast is too powerful and too provided (it feels a little forced to use everything, even if it is impossible, so it's frustrating).

    In the end, it's still a great value (or reference) and I do not regret my past aquisition.
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  • MARSHALL JVM 410 HAS IT ALL

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 08/19/12 at 11:59
    The JVM 410 is Marshall's flagship 100 watt powerhouse. Following in the footsteps of the JCM 2000 series, the jvm has much more that the dsl or tsl ever did. The JVM comes with 4 el 34 power tunes and 1 ecc83. Four preamp tubes along with an awesome footswitch.

    UTILIZATION

    There is a lot of versatility built into this monster and the sound possibilities are controlled via four separate channels all with super versatility. The channels are clean, crunch, od1 and od2. Each channel has three modes leading to incredible possibilities for sounds. Reverb for all channels as well as two masters, a resonance and presence. Of course it comes with volume, bass, mid, treble and gain for each......
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    The JVM 410 is Marshall's flagship 100 watt powerhouse. Following in the footsteps of the JCM 2000 series, the jvm has much more that the dsl or tsl ever did. The JVM comes with 4 el 34 power tunes and 1 ecc83. Four preamp tubes along with an awesome footswitch.

    UTILIZATION

    There is a lot of versatility built into this monster and the sound possibilities are controlled via four separate channels all with super versatility. The channels are clean, crunch, od1 and od2. Each channel has three modes leading to incredible possibilities for sounds. Reverb for all channels as well as two masters, a resonance and presence. Of course it comes with volume, bass, mid, treble and gain for each channel. The panel is a bit daunting at first and it does take a while to get that hang of things. Once you do the JVM 410 has limitless sound possibilities.

    SOUNDS

    This is by far the gainiest amp that Marshall has ever put out there. There is no lack of bass power as well. The resonance is a nice touch as anyone who mods old Marshalls can tell you. This is usually the first mod anyone adds to beef up the bottom end. It allows Marshalls which can be a bit thin sounding, ramp up the low end to compete with the power and throw of a Mesa for example. It just gives you a lot more depth, especially when playing more modern rock which needs to be a bit more bottom heavy and tight sounding. Marshall did well in listening to the people who have been asking for this for some time. The channels all have so many possibilities; there is no way someone couldn't find a tone they were looking for. Speaking of tone, this series is tonally more pleasing than the JCM 2000s were, they did a nice job here as well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I would say that this amp can really do it all and is a great product for sure. Very versatile and sounds incredible. For the gigging musician, there isn't much more you could ask for except for on board effects but the effects loop pretty much lets you integrate effects pretty well. Only thing is that it does take some time to get used to all of the controls, buttons and dials. The JVM 205 might be better for those that don't need as much and like a simpler set up. Some say the 210 sounds even better than the 410. Only other thing I found is that the loop was hard to get sounding exactly transparent like some other loops I use often, the metro loop being one of them. Other than that the 410 is a great choice and will not disappoint.
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  • Power and heat!

    Marshall JVM410HPublished on 02/05/12 at 08:06
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    All Tube amp (preamp and amp)

    Effects loop, preamp out, power amp input, line output "HP simulation" (XLR), Input and MIDI input for the pedal-switch comes with the JVM 410.

    - 100W lamps.
    - 4 channels with 3 different modes of saturation / gain for each (normal, boosted and boosted +).
    - A reverb per channel.
    - 1 volume per channel (preamp).
    - An equalizer "Bass / Mid / Treble" channel.
    - Two different master volume (using either one or the other) for example, switch from the "Rhythm" to the "SOLO".
    - A presence for HP.
    - A resonance for HP.

    Everything is configurable using the pedal comes with, when using the MIDI connection

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very......
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    All Tube amp (preamp and amp)

    Effects loop, preamp out, power amp input, line output "HP simulation" (XLR), Input and MIDI input for the pedal-switch comes with the JVM 410.

    - 100W lamps.
    - 4 channels with 3 different modes of saturation / gain for each (normal, boosted and boosted +).
    - A reverb per channel.
    - 1 volume per channel (preamp).
    - An equalizer "Bass / Mid / Treble" channel.
    - Two different master volume (using either one or the other) for example, switch from the "Rhythm" to the "SOLO".
    - A presence for HP.
    - A resonance for HP.

    Everything is configurable using the pedal comes with, when using the MIDI connection

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple. I set six different sounds with the pedal, and all my knobs are now fixed (location markers sticker on each knob ;). Once the config 'and settings for each entry found sounds wanted, they are registered with the pedal 6 presets and it's good!
    I am so a panel of 6 different sounds so I can cover a wide variety of musical genres.

    SOUNDS

    To me the sounds obtained with JVM410H fit me perfectly.

    I get the best of my sounds playing on the neck pickup (severe) of my guitar (Gibson SG) and the Red channel Crunch mode

    The sound is very warm sound with good bass rebounded, the very dynamic game, the pick of the attack on the strings .... the sound goes from soft to aggressive round and warm, sharp and just as hot: D

    Personally I do not play with the channel OD2 red mode, this makes it overly saturated and it becomes unstable, it becomes too messy, perfect for making all inaudible intricacies of your games. But maybe it depends of the instrument plugged in, then I can only speak for myself.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Good amp for versatility in all-tube version.

    I first played on a Marshall 80W transistor (nothing to do, both in respect of that decibel sound quality with JVM410).
    Then I opted for a Fender 95W transistor in, and agrees that any comparison with lamps signed Marshall. No regrets for my visit to any lamps.

    I still had some trouble on the head JVM, which earned me the two went back and after-sales service. Faulty lamps easily

    We must also say that this amp (in full) is heavy and cumbersome when several times a week must go to room requisitioned. Now living on the 4th floor of a building, the idea of ​​me restart in group I refute the idea of ​​having to at least three went back and to fill the car and ditto for redécharger.

    And finally, it is a 100W amp at ALL LIGHTS! Therefore ideal for playing live without using consoles in concert ... but difficult to exploit the warm sound when played in either lamps along neighborhood. A lamp needs to warm up and then being pushed to be heard!
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  • Marshall JVM410HPublished on 08/04/07 at 00:07
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    Head lamps all four ECC83 pre-amp for, for 83 1ECC rverb, 4 EL34 for power
    announcement for a power of 100W with no problem but I would say 100W muscular.
    A well-stocked Connectors
    Effects loop with parallle attnuateur 4-10
    Pr-amp input for external or coupling heads supplmentaires
    2 MIDI
    5 ohms possibility for pregnant 1X4 1X 8ohms 2X8ohms 2X16ohms 1X16ohms

    UTILIZATION

    At first the "bte" imprssionne the faade is full of a button, one wonders if he will not have to call Rick Wakeman JM Jarre or to initiate. And no! everything becomes clear quickly, the doc is well made and well translated.
    The factory sounds are not bad dj. Finally IT WORKS NOW !!!!!!

    SOUNDS

    So ..
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    Head lamps all four ECC83 pre-amp for, for 83 1ECC rverb, 4 EL34 for power
    announcement for a power of 100W with no problem but I would say 100W muscular.
    A well-stocked Connectors
    Effects loop with parallle attnuateur 4-10
    Pr-amp input for external or coupling heads supplmentaires
    2 MIDI
    5 ohms possibility for pregnant 1X4 1X 8ohms 2X8ohms 2X16ohms 1X16ohms

    UTILIZATION

    At first the "bte" imprssionne the faade is full of a button, one wonders if he will not have to call Rick Wakeman JM Jarre or to initiate. And no! everything becomes clear quickly, the doc is well made and well translated.
    The factory sounds are not bad dj. Finally IT WORKS NOW !!!!!!

    SOUNDS

    So ..
    The strato 1976 in hand, the jack on the other, red is used, the more that insrer jack in "input"
    And presto! done
    Remains the ultimate step ... switch the "STANDBY" when anxieties .. I was right in 1750 dbourser?
    plouffff done and l!! and l!! moment of pure happiness, strato dlivre rgal a real ear (with the sounds of factory)
    Forgotten the 1750
    MESA BOOGIE F50 forget the previous ones who have done that go back to my store ---
    This is a receiver who knows how to take

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two weeks, every day, and I am still discovering all jours.C is my opinion the amp of references in the price range. No need to pay a Mesa you will not get more.
    The crystalline sound + sounds the most Hard everyone will find happiness acoustic
    I also plugged my TAKAMINE TAN10C it and it works great.

    GO NOW IN YOUR STORE TO BUY THIS WONDER
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  • Marshall JVM410HPublished on 09/01/07 at 02:28
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    - 100 watt all-tube, 5 x ECC83 and four EL34.
    - 4 channels.
    - 3 modes per channel.
    - 3-band EQ (bass, mdiums, acute) indpendantes per channel.
    - CONTRL gain and volume indpendants per channel.
    - CONTRL indpendant Reverb for each channel.
    - 2 Master Volumes.
    - Output record silence accumulation of HP XLR format.
    - Earrings effects and parallle SERIES.
    - 128 MIDI presets
    - Comes with a 6-channel programmable pdalier.
    - Dim (mm): 750 x 310 x 215
    - Weight: 22 Kgs

    I found nothing missing from the connection and options proposed; flawless!

    UTILIZATION

    In beginners, you sail in the canals and in a haphazard fashion, always finding cool sounds. Then we come to know......
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    - 100 watt all-tube, 5 x ECC83 and four EL34.
    - 4 channels.
    - 3 modes per channel.
    - 3-band EQ (bass, mdiums, acute) indpendantes per channel.
    - CONTRL gain and volume indpendants per channel.
    - CONTRL indpendant Reverb for each channel.
    - 2 Master Volumes.
    - Output record silence accumulation of HP XLR format.
    - Earrings effects and parallle SERIES.
    - 128 MIDI presets
    - Comes with a 6-channel programmable pdalier.
    - Dim (mm): 750 x 310 x 215
    - Weight: 22 Kgs

    I found nothing missing from the connection and options proposed; flawless!

    UTILIZATION

    In beginners, you sail in the canals and in a haphazard fashion, always finding cool sounds. Then we come to know the best sounds available DIFFERENT and was quick to program its 3 / 4 prfrs sounds, each time with the corresponding volume on the 2 states, and the reverb that goes .

    After a few time you get master all the options. And the possibilities are infinite programming noon (I use my Tonelab LE Carrrie a place of pdalier provided for at the same time have the Tonelab effects in the loop and a large number of presets arranged .... something crazy ....).

    Not everything is super easy for beginners (including configs a little complex with a pdalier noon and effects in the loop), but any guitar enthusiast will find his happiness soon!

    SOUNDS

    I jou top with a little while, LP, Melody Maker, Start ...
    All these channels allow each to have truly magical sound. I play mostly blues and a range of clear and crunch is almost complete. By varying the tone and the presence of two knobs and resonance (gives same sounds ... fenderiens particular sounds quite close to the Bassman ractions ..
    I have now more than two strats over which a Jeff Beck, I have everything I want on hand!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Only BMOL, the XLR output emule that I did not use Russi ...

    I use the combo with two HP and Vintage Heritage, a planted SM57 .... wonderful. With all the channels, the HP 2 DIFFERENT, I can get almost any sound in my head right now ... I use it in the apartment, and unlike the Vintage Modern, which needs to be pushed, no problem to feel the heat lamps and the dynamics of the Marshall circuit. I went through a lot of other amps (Laney, Fender, Roland) I finally found my happiness.
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  • Marshall JVM410HPublished on 10/01/07 at 09:14
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    I had a budjet of 2000 euros to buy a new amp.

    So I tried the JVM 410 Head and finally I came away with a JCM 800 biensur nine.

    The JVM has a modern Marshall (JCM 900, JCM 2000). They say a lamp while it is filled with electronic transistors and worthy of a Line6.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple.

    - Gets it easy to sound good: Yes that of a JCM 2000

    SOUNDS

    I tried this amp with my Gibson Custom Gibson and my micro micro EMG Jackson.

    My style is composed (Seether, Muse, 36 Crazyfists, Evanescence) and this amp is for the Rock and Hard Rock.

    IT'S NOT AT ALL AN AMP FOR METAL (the gain is, but not enough precision).

    As long as we stay in the Marshall Rock......
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    I had a budjet of 2000 euros to buy a new amp.

    So I tried the JVM 410 Head and finally I came away with a JCM 800 biensur nine.

    The JVM has a modern Marshall (JCM 900, JCM 2000). They say a lamp while it is filled with electronic transistors and worthy of a Line6.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration is very simple.

    - Gets it easy to sound good: Yes that of a JCM 2000

    SOUNDS

    I tried this amp with my Gibson Custom Gibson and my micro micro EMG Jackson.

    My style is composed (Seether, Muse, 36 Crazyfists, Evanescence) and this amp is for the Rock and Hard Rock.

    IT'S NOT AT ALL AN AMP FOR METAL (the gain is, but not enough precision).

    As long as we stay in the Marshall Rock the gain is good, then we use the new channel that has a lot of gain is horrible, what draft (for metal).

    This amp is a JCM 2000, which has a lead channel that has a lot to gain solos but not rhythmic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To conclude:

    I assure you that the JVM 410 HEAD HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH A JCM 800 which is a true all-tube mono channel.

    I will put a score of 8 because if it is used for the (rock, punk, hard rock) they are a good modern Marshall.
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  • Marshall JVM410HPublished on 10/08/07 at 01:48
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    All lamps, 100 watts, 4 channels (3 modes / channel all midi switchable or the pdalier supplied), two effects loops ... The total ... Not making the top, it's marshall and easily found its mark, not 150 switches to refine this and it was feeding, the EQ is sufficient and very effective.

    UTILIZATION

    4 channels + three modes / channel = sore head? Not at all trs is actually simple, 3 minutes in front of the amp is understood. The sound is Marshall in his heyday, but modern (versatile). Only the program provided the small pdalier ncessite reading the manual, has taken about 20 seconds and the problem is rgl.

    SOUNDS

    Okay so I just tried the JVM410H, and I began to dj in ct sub .........
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    All lamps, 100 watts, 4 channels (3 modes / channel all midi switchable or the pdalier supplied), two effects loops ... The total ... Not making the top, it's marshall and easily found its mark, not 150 switches to refine this and it was feeding, the EQ is sufficient and very effective.

    UTILIZATION

    4 channels + three modes / channel = sore head? Not at all trs is actually simple, 3 minutes in front of the amp is understood. The sound is Marshall in his heyday, but modern (versatile). Only the program provided the small pdalier ncessite reading the manual, has taken about 20 seconds and the problem is rgl.

    SOUNDS

    Okay so I just tried the JVM410H, and I began to dj in ct sub ... IT'S A FUCKING KILL THIS AMP!

    The clean sound is good rev is not a blackface, but frankly at a boogie or Engl ... (Edit: it's better and much rgl is super clean, it's "fender clean" even ...). I think the clean channel and the three modes is trsrminiscent sounds of David Gilmour as rglages diffrent eras and of course uses the guitar ...
    The crunch is good to excellent according to the trs rglages and tastes ... One can find the crunch trs LIGHT hendrixiens or a little more carefree supported typs Texas ... AND the will or has bitten the big German brands Rican and is on the drives ... So two things:

    1) I need not Russian Exceeds half the gain on the drive channel and I could do whatever I wanted, in every shred of sense of sweep, hard close-ups rock while passing in a game absolute flexibility
    and

    2) the effectiveness of an EQ is absolutely Redoute, or you can REALLY dig the sound as grazing and rglages CONTRL of rsonance prsence and add more versatility.

    And finally the grain is just standard ... really close to a JCM800 in Strode, growth hormone and nitrouze, a bit less aggressive and much more modifiable home. I found without difficulty the sound of Zakk Wylde, Doug Aldrich, George Lynch, for example, but also those of the old Metallica albums, Malmsteen, and some grains, however, that typical Petrucci plays Boogie ... It was not exactly, but close ... trs trs And many more .... The EQ is effective vritablement and suddenly playing on midrange and treble is played on bagpipes and the same grain can be dirty or smooth grain envy ...

    A black dot?

    two.

    1) no power rduction type TSL 100 or going from 25 watts output with a switch, which is great practice for small scnes (in return for the amp sounds great low volume)

    2) I thought I was not able to say one day but there is almost too much gain and as a result if we attack through any block, there is a prpare acouphne families since the amp hook quite easily Feedback with gain more than half ... So try to gradually ... Personal gain between 3 and 4 and me more than enough.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Okay so then, I conquered ... I tried lots of things these last 10 years saying, there must be an amp that sounds like a marshall in stroides and not cost 4000, and then I never found So like everyone else, harder to saturate overdrive, it's good looking but the more ... Marshall returns and will bleed in the gutter ... for 1400 is not even bother to look for the Competition, y 'no ...

    EDIT 7/10/07: Well we can play BTIS: yes it is an all-tube, the only electronic content is the MIDI and switchage, the audio stream it is 100% bulbs (except the reverb ). Compare this to the amp JCM2000 is logical, but not really cohrent, the JVM has a more modern design than the 2000 (trs amps unfairly critical but poorly supported by marshall them even saw how bias taient r gls lamps factory and provided that the amp taient not adapted at all. These are good amps nanmoins of trs trs and I am happy with my TSL100 10 years) and especially the management of the gain is compltement Different. L or 2000 ncessitaient volume dcoller the pltres to sound and often a front for overdrive fit a little gain, the JVM is intgralement self-sufficient ... Rpond intgralement and the expectations of a modern guitarist ... To you to form your opinion by trying it, read all the opinion of the world will not tell you how it sounds, and there is that which has a ... And above all, warm up before you go, has to be worth at the top to play this monster.
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