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Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Edition
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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Marshall belonging to the Signature series.

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  • DannyB_KYDannyB_KY

    To This Date, the Most Killer Multi-Channel Amp Marshall has ever Built!

    Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani EditionPublished on 11/20/18 at 21:56
    jip96's review is spot on, so I won't repeat.

    The 410V HJS is most versatile multi-channel amp Marshall has ever built. The basic gain structure is different, and makes it even more versatile than the already versatile 410V.

    From other Marshall's I've owned or played, the OD1/OD2 gain is more useable than others. Where others get fizzy, the HJS just keeps singing.

    Four channels and 3 modes per channel. Each channel is a big jump in gain, each mode is a slight, incremental jump in gain, on the way to the next big jump/channel. It's like going up a set of steps. Sell your OD pedals. All you need is your guitar volume.

    If I were to special order a custom amp from Marshall, I'd hop…
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    jip96's review is spot on, so I won't repeat.

    The 410V HJS is most versatile multi-channel amp Marshall has ever built. The basic gain structure is different, and makes it even more versatile than the already versatile 410V.

    From other Marshall's I've owned or played, the OD1/OD2 gain is more useable than others. Where others get fizzy, the HJS just keeps singing.

    Four channels and 3 modes per channel. Each channel is a big jump in gain, each mode is a slight, incremental jump in gain, on the way to the next big jump/channel. It's like going up a set of steps. Sell your OD pedals. All you need is your guitar volume.

    If I were to special order a custom amp from Marshall, I'd hope it would be this!

    I was lucky and blessed. I bought mine new, about 5 months before production stopped. I play through a 1960B with an ARCOM DAG attenuator. Each channel has it own Master Volume, which I set to "9". I wear either a set Westone 24db earplugs or my Shure IEMs. I try to use as little attenuation as possible. The HJS is a MONSTER! There is something to be said about Marshall amps with a plate choke. Plate chokes are sonic magic wrapped in iron. The regular 410V doesn't have a plate choke as neither did its predecessor, the much maligned JCM 2000 Triple Super Lead.

    This amp is a "must have" and a "keeper" for Marshall fans.
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  • jip96jip96

    Fantastic!!

    Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani EditionPublished on 10/26/12 at 01:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4 channels
    3 modes per channel
    Super super punchy dynamic
    4 noise gates, one for each Stock channel
    2 Master Volumes
    Simplified FX loop
    Clean channel based on 6100
    "AFD" circuit
    Resonance and presence retuned to Satriani specs

    http://www.marshallamps.com/product.asp?productCode=JVM410HJS

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use even 12 sounds possible.

    SOUNDS

    Then it's huge! Those who love the jvm will be filled by edition Js, basically it is a jvm modded factory.
    The clean channel is amazing for the marshall.
    The crunch channel can also serve as a jmp to JCM800 on doped! This channel is a marvel! The slight crunch to lead greasy!
    Both channels OD1 and 2 a…
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    4 channels
    3 modes per channel
    Super super punchy dynamic
    4 noise gates, one for each Stock channel
    2 Master Volumes
    Simplified FX loop
    Clean channel based on 6100
    "AFD" circuit
    Resonance and presence retuned to Satriani specs

    http://www.marshallamps.com/product.asp?productCode=JVM410HJS

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use even 12 sounds possible.

    SOUNDS

    Then it's huge! Those who love the jvm will be filled by edition Js, basically it is a jvm modded factory.
    The clean channel is amazing for the marshall.
    The crunch channel can also serve as a jmp to JCM800 on doped! This channel is a marvel! The slight crunch to lead greasy!
    Both channels OD1 and 2 are still a little near them the same as the current jvm but with less gain, and so much better I think there was too much to be usable, too "mushy draft marshall" !
    There are pert gain but gain in expressiveness.
    Another strong point, noise gate, super easy to use super suitable and perfect for large distos.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since early August, I had a few amps and all the models on the market for 10 years for registering, I got sick and I went on a lamp versatile amp, marshall is seen that very airy with very little compression sensations involved are enormous.
    Satriani was not fucking marshall for his help in developing the product.
    The crunch channel is my favorite porn but I like the large distortion but it has so much gain and dynamic that it is a regal played all the nuances of the game are transcribed ...
    After it is obviously versatile marshall sounds so if you love or other Engl ... :)

    I do not regret my purchase and do it again 100 times this choice!
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