Marshall JVM210H 100 Watt Tube Guitar Amp Head
The British-built 100 Watt Marshall JVM210H head offers a more straightforward two channel preamp, Clean/Crunch and Overdrive, than the JVM410H’s four channels, for guitarists who prefer a more stripped down, ‘fewer frills’ approach. The two independent channels both have three modes. Each mode reconfigures the gain structure of each channel, making six modes in total, which can take you from ‘Plexi’/JTM45 cleans through JCM800 punch to modern high-gain tones.
The Marshall JVM210H is equipped with the same groundbreaking technology as its big brother, the JVM410H, featuring two studio quality Reverbs (one per channel), with individual channel EQ, two Master Volumes, and a memory that will recall your Reverb, FX Loop and Master settings.
The Marshall JVM210H uses Stompware switching technology and comes supplied with a fully programmable, four-button footswitch which connects to the amp using a standard guitar lead, so you’re not restricted by stage size – and if your cable fails, it’s very easy to replace: “Clever, very clever.” – Guitar Player Magazine.
Uncover the variety of tones that the 100W JVM210HTM has to offer. Express and mix anything from sparkling cleans to dirty distortion. With an outstanding sound palette and diverse features, you can flaunt your personality whether performing live on stage, recording or rehearsing. This two channel amplifier also has an LED indicator to help guide you through the modes of each channel.
There are two master volumes for you to have that powerful solo moment.
On The Road
The four-way footswitch allows you to programme this amp to have your favourite control combinations stored and then you can use this at other gigs with any other JVM.
You can control the amps features using MIDI equipment.
Magnify Your Sound
There are two channels, clean/crunch and overdrive, each with three modes and there are presence, resonance and studio quality reverb controls for you to experiment with, blend genres and push the limits of distortion.
Mix It Up
The FX loop can be mixed to allow you to add in any external effects at different levels without damaging signal quality.
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