Marshall JVM410H
Marshall JVM410H

JVM410H, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall in the JVM4 series.

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 21 reviews )
 11 reviews52 %
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 1 user review5 %
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Value For Money : Excellent
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tonmazz's review"MARSHALL JVM 410 HAS IT ALL"

Marshall JVM410H
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.


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.


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.


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.

Adrien_mix_you's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Rock n Roll!"

Marshall JVM410H
head 100W


super simple

Gets it easy to sound good? ooooooh yes!


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.


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!




audiopat.krz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Marshall's high-flying"

Marshall JVM410H
It is near perfection with all parameters adjustable and recordable possible. I would almost say it is too.


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.


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.


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.

Slash79's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Power and heat!"

Marshall JVM410H
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


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.


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.


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!

NicolasD's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" is all"

Marshall JVM410H
Dsol I do not know but I invite you to see the reviews are very comprehensive Previous.
I just want to point out two Masters, one can use the 2nd as a boost that can really rgler as we want, which is an excellent idea.
Super Self-Employed and also the rugged footswitch (it connects by a jack classic like this is dsolidaris the footswitch, it will not tear or s'abmer over time and allows store it more easily).
Note the small LED that is easy to see in the dark if it is lost between the effects loop, Masters and canals.
The top and implementations noon is much easier life.
I agree with a user who says that the plastic knobs, made really cheap and has not inspire confidence.


Not really need the manual, despite all the buttons is very simple to understand.
Really designed for the professional touch everything.
You get more or less easily after a good sound modes.


For sound, adpend gots.

- For the CLEAN channel, do not EXAGRES, not a twin but it is bluffing when you know the history "rock" of the brand. The best clean Marshall of all time (o so I can be a series but the rat frankly, I see it).

- For channel CRUNCH, I'm not as enthusiastic as others. I find it a little too round, basses are too fat, the equalizer will not allow me to give him a punch is not quite "fit in". And how red should look like JCM800, I see too the report. For me it is a small dception because I have some idea of the Marshall crunch, but for blues fans will velvety very good question of taste, as usual ' .

- The OD1 channel, I like it. Especially orange mode, did a bit hard the Van Halen. Mode red as there is still more gain (almost too). It's not very late but holds the road well even low volume.

- The OD2 channel, bin is the same size but in V for extreme music. Very good, say nothing but the first two modes are not used much since it is the channel that says Metal and Metal said saturated fat line. So, these first two modes will fit anyone, nor hairy nor those who have lost their hair. Finally, I am ready to read contrary opinions.

I have a dozen guitars, guitar cheap (around 350 euros) a custom shop (about 5000 euros), Start, Les Paul, Tele, Gretsch, active pickups and passive humbuckers and single coils ... I've tried everything on the amp, my decision is fairly objective.


Well, there's something that fills me is the anti-snobbery Marshall.
The guys that criticize the brand new amps are often the same who feel a big diffrence between two of its brands of 12AX7 DIFFERENT but at the same place factories and industries of the m Manir me.
The same ones who do not understand that his true "lights" just above the Tagus power.
The same ones who spend their time to question the sound of the amp to avoid having to question their game
Anyway, it's a fad. And how many times, and according to gnrations, we heard that Marshall c'tait well only time the Bluesbreakers, no, actually JTM45, no, actually plexi ... no, actually JCM800 of ... no, actually JCM900, JCM2000 of, LSD ... I even read some people regret the TSL then that for once c'tait not really terrible!
In the U.S., everyone wants to play at Marshall. In Europe, everybody wants to play at Mesa ...
What I know is that I have lots of DIFFERENT amps, a mesa with its TriAxis 2:90 a Egnater Rebel 20, a Bogner Alchemist frquemment and I play on other amps which the mesa F50 (and I confirm what the user said in the first notice is a live dung inaudible). I had a Fender Twin amp I assassin in an opinion because he always fell down.
And the JVM bin it not crash. There is no problem of rverb or lamps that burn out too quickly. It is versatile, far from being excellent everywhere (for blues, metal, country etc ... there will always be better, obviously) but it does the job without hesitation and this is asked. Honntement, I see not what it lacks for an amp in this price range and I see what I can not ask for more. I recall that the Engl e670 and Mesa Road King are more than twice as expensive, they do not play in the same court.
Soon, I finally know people who go down remember the mark today with motion of the era of bnie JVM ... Good and bad

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

Marshall JVM410H
Tte-amp lamps
-4 Channel
-3 Modes per channel, a channel rverbe + midi


Yes simple archi-
We shoot a few button-hop and


I play on a team with Allender PRS Signature Model JB SH4 and SH6 Distortion.
And a 70's Start reissue vintage microphones.
The head is connected to a 1960A.
Channel 1, Clean, Green LED position: Its super clean, great brilliance worthy of a Fender Twin
Stratum married Obviously trs use.The harmonics are also apprcie riches.La PRS.
If we add a little rverb, we can get the sound of Steve Vai Tender Surrender.

Orange LED Position: lightweight crunch sense to approach the old ttes.Mme SYPA if the grain is, it's not really convincing, go to red.
Red LED Position: L there is a greasy blues sound, with a little rverbe not bad at all!

Channel 2: Crunch
Green: a lightweight crunch, typical of the brand
Orange: the same but with more gain
red: we have the sense of JCM rplique 800.J 'really in doubt even if there was a lot of gain and it is enjoyable and that all of the same dcoiffe well.

Channel 3 and 4: OD1 and OD2

Green: a sound with less bass
orange: the same but with more gain
red: L was a major distortion, m ^ me by reducing the gain, was something of trs bon.Seul BMOL, this lack of bass compared to channel 2.
If we add the rverbe we can go in solo trs good bills.


I'll try to be as objective and impartial as possible:
I have been using for over a year doonc I step back from the machine.

Channel 1: trs it's good clean sound. Plus the instrument will be good quip and good microphones, the better sera.Mais same with a guitar sound that first prize.
Mode orange: not useful as playing for red and use the volume of the instrument for the determination of gain.
Position is more than correct red (with a wah it can do a good Led Zep or Jimi)
We have the IMMEDIATE grain recognizable and quite bold.

Channel 2: mode only rouge.Cela like the JCM800 but not the 800.
Nammoins a good slap right mme.Mais for the solo and it will sustain pedals to add a disto.

Channel 3 and 4 (this is exactly the same!). Only in red. Sorely lacking bass, with a gain of 3 hard, but if you put on 7, has the drooling, but it its charm.
The rverbe is especially useful in clean and is of average quality.
The pdalier is robust
The buttons on them are really mdiocres is unacceptable for the price (I have a head 1978 which buttons are much stronger ...)

For résumé while dpends Obviously the available budget
For less than 1500 was a good rev head amp is versatile trs. It can go from blues, rock, rock rest until mtal.Le Obviously the field of pr dilection must be clear the above.
APRS is all about son.Une got the Gibson and a Start will ring well above trs.
But for someone who is branch rock, big rock, hard rock, channel 3 and 4, because of their texture will not be used.
So the second question APRS price is: do I need 4 channels?
Then I find the diffrence of modes in the channels are not gross rev.
For the same price, it is better to move towards a head 2 channels (1 clean and 1 OD)

I do not have that choice would do with the exprience, but gots voluent and financial resources also.

For my part I am totally rethinking my Systm because I will run on 3 amps (a 1978 head on a 1960A for the clean / a JCM800 head on NOS 4x12 for crunch and Rhythmic / a Mesa Roadster 4x12 in a NOD for heavy sounds)
But the budget is not the same.

For an overall rating, I give a 7 because even if I like Marshall, I'm not sure that the JVM will mark the spirit as well as the JCM800, 1959 and SPL. (Fortunately for that matter)
We are dealing with a copy of the Roadster in the design of MESA.
I'm not one of this amp but I urge you to try several before in the same price range.

JoCkEr_cyril's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" not bad for the price not essential ..."

Marshall JVM410H
Well everything has been said ... this is my first stack, so I'm not an expert in the field ^ ^ 'j'appuirai just the fact that the head is in a great thought ... I do not know if it could be as complete and simple! I saw a lot of other heads, and that is one of the most successful issue intuitive!
for its many settings, 9 / 10 (a mesa is not either, it could be better but the price range does not allow it)


Use super simple, each channel has its settings, you connect, set a bit and it sounds. I did not have the manual but with really no need, except maybe for programming noon and there are still fiddling ...
because of the 12 possibilities of sound, you can quickly and easily find his life ...
I vosi not much to complain about the above, then 9 / 10 for sound (see below)


this amp is very versatile, which implies a lack of personality certain ... everything can be addressed without pretensions, no problem, blues, funk, rock, metal ...

The clean channel is pretty good in green mode is crystal-clear, great with the stratum, the very clean clean. mode orange, small distortion on the clean, perfect for a funky rhythm like a lot. mode red disto nice, small but nice enough to send ... I find success in short channel

CH2, the crunch ... I do not like the masses, it is very cold, it lacks real heat and low ... it's just my opinion, but the three modes do not really believe me ... It sounds short but it is neutral, cold, nothing to do with a nice bluesy crunch well

OD1: celel I use mainly. Mode Green is a distortion crunch that dc not super interesting, and way too many red gain, ca breath is not manageable. So orange mode, gain a 6 or 6.5 and it's not bad. slight natural compression and well marshall, it's cool to rock and hard, but not accurate enough, or for cutting metal

OD 2: same goes for the modes, the green and red I Zape. So orange is the OD1 channel with less compression, sharper, more accurate ... better for metal, it's really a distortion directly.

basically, I use the clean channel with my Start, with 3 modes (green = clean clean clean orange = rhythm a little dirty, red = crunch)

crunch channel I use not

OD 1: Start with the solos, rhythmic RG, LTD and paul

OD 2: just to the metal with the LTD and RG

through programming noon and has a Z-15 from ENGL, I have a versatile amp, which agrees well with each character as scratches

7 / 10, but it is neutral, too bad breath and channel distortion crunch


after 2 years of use, I am more able to be sincere
for the price, it's a good versatile amp. do not look for a receiver with character, not a beast of his, is a head that can calmly deal with everything for a good price with the huge advantage of being programmable by noon and have 4 independent channels.

Likes: versatility, the first channel, the distortion goes everywhere OD1 channel, the possibility of noon, the two effects loops (serial and parallel), the affordable price

I like least: the crunch channel, I find useless, breath ODs on the canals, lack of personality (by changing the lamps for less gain can probably catch a few), the rating may be a bit of nasal grain in general ...
is a very good price / quality ratio, I do not regret my purchase. Now I'm more attracted to a Mark V, but I do not spit on the JVM that is really a very versatile amp, accessible, although not excellent.

8 / 10
Mickey Wyhnner10/01/2007

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

Marshall JVM410H
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.


Configuration is very simple.

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


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.


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.