Marshall JVM410H 100 Watt Tube Amp Head Reviews4.8/5.0 based on 6 customer reviews
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from NorthBay CA
May 9, 2013
Great from John Gillespie!It's got that Marshall sound.
from Las Vegas, Nevada USA
October 12, 2012Music Background:
MUSICIAN: Lead Guitarist
Marshall JVM410H 100-Watt, 4-Channel Valve Guitar Amp HeadIn my opinion, this is the Best amp Marshall has come up with! Four channels to choose from with 3 levels for each (Red, Green, Yellow). This makes 12 different tones available through a programmable floor switch! I recommend this amplifier to ALL metal heads!
from Nashville, TN USA
July 6, 2012Music Background:
Musician, Engineer, Recordist, Guitarist, Pianist, Keyboardist
My main Guitar Rig---not your average Marshall...THIS is the PINNACLE of Jim Marshall's developments. THIS thing has every marshall amp circuit, practically, that you could ask for. AND, unprecedented control via MIDI OR the normal guitar cable/footswitch. Imagine switching 12 different amps in or out, and THEN adding reverb and your own effects loop onto that when you need it. Well, you can do it.
I'm amazing at the variety of sounds that I can keep getting from this baby. Just when I think, "you know, I'll try the Matchless, or the Hiwatt, or the x or y", I always fall back to this one and I can generally coax the sound I want out of it. From the cleanest of clean (i'm constantly amazed how pristine and clean I can make this amp sound) to near ear splitting heavy distortion, this amp does it ALL. My review doesn't do it justice. I bought mine when it first came out, and I'm still discovering new things about it. It caught me off guard when I first plugged it in, cuz it is certainly much more complicated than most tube amps, but that's only because it has so much CONTROL, and you're basically using 12 preamps in one...
If you like Marshall tone (and even if you don't think you do), you owe it to yourself to check this baby out, but don't let the first impression sell you, go back again and again---it invites experimentation. Get down and dirty with the 410H!
from Memphis TN
May 3, 2012Music Background:
smoking amp !!!!!!I am a Marshall guy----but this thing is a beast !!! The clean channel is as clear as a bell with lots of headroom...just a touch of chours and EQ and bam !! This amp is so eazy to work with and program...The high gain does have a bit of hiss---but a noise gate in the effects loop got rid of most of it....LOVE IT.....kudos to Marshall---4 channels and 12 modes !!! wow !!! The price tag may seem high, but this baby is earns it ----!!!
October 26, 2011Music Background:
Two for ThreeHave owned two JVM410Hs (full stack & half stack) for three years. These Marshall's are every bit as good as a boutique Bogner XTC full stack (purchased four years ago). Both are excellent, with different tonal characteristics and choices. Noise gates are used on both in high gain modes. The JVM410H's serve up most of the past 40 years of Marshall sonic bliss; plus awesome cleans. The clean tones are so dynamic that a compressor is usually employed. Extra bonus: the emulated, balanced XLR line out delivers excellent clean signal and great tone straight to a recording system. If I had to limit myself to one guitar amp it would be the JVM410H.
from Dallas, TX
May 8, 2011Music Background:
Killer Amp!!Great amp. Very versatile. However, it had a tube fail after on;y 3 mos. I sent it down to Houston, TX to a guy called the tone doctor for re tube and some mods. It is now the most versatile and best sounding head I have ever owned.