Marshall 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee 20/5-watt Tube Head

20/5-watt Tube Guitar Amplifier Head with DI Output, Effects Loop, and Footswitch
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A Silver Jubilee in a Smaller Package

This 20-watt 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee gives you everything you love about Marshall's highly coveted 2-channel, 100-watt head in a smaller and more volume-friendly package. The 2525H has all the tone and look of the original, like high- and low-output switching for 20- and 5-watt performance. This offers you the sound of a Marshall at full roar, but at studio and club levels. The Marshall 20-watt 2525H Silver Jubilee amplifier also gives you even lower noise performance and improved reliability over the 1980s originals.

Marshall 20-watt 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee Amplifier Head at a Glance:
  • Classic lineage
  • Perfect power
  • Straightforward design
Classic lineage

The original Marshall Silver Jubilee is one of the most sought-after tube amplifiers in all of rock history. Their aggressive sound was widely used in the '80s and early '90s by hard rock players of all types. Marshall's reissue started with that iconic design and upgraded the amp's performance. And the 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee takes that one step further by putting all of that sound into a more compact box with a usable 20 watts of tube power. The 2525H is the next offering in this proud series of amplifiers.

Perfect power

If you're a gigging guitarist, you know that keeping the stage volume down is becoming an absolute necessity. While older 100-watt amps sound amazing, it is hard to get optimal tone at reduced levels. The Marshall 2525H solves this problem by putting the Silver Jubilee sound into an amp that only pushes 20 watts of all-tube power. Twenty watts is a great amount of power for headroom and grind on modern stages. And if you need even quieter performance, you can switch the amp to 5-watt mode.

Straightforward design

Marshall amplifiers are historically known for their ease of getting a great tone. Though Marshall has some powerful designs with a lot of tonal options, amp designs like the original Plexi, the JCM 800s, and the Silver Jubilees have straightforward panels that let you turn on, turn up, and play. You still get a great effects loop and the low-power switch, but the panel is easy to navigate, and you'll get your tone dialed in with no problem.

Marshall 20-watt 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee Amplifier Head Features:
  • Smaller version of Marshall's popular Silver Jubilee amp heads
  • Same tone as the iconic '87 Jubilees
  • 20 watts is great for performance volumes
  • Switch to 5 watts for rehearsals and recording
  • DI output
  • Effects loop
The Marshall 2525H Mini is a Silver Jubilee for a modern player's needs.

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Marshall 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee Amp Head and 2536 Silver Jubilee Cab Demo

Tech Specs

Type Tube
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 2 x 1/4" (8/16 ohm), 2 x 1/4" (4/8 ohm), 1 x 1/4" (16 ohm), 1 x 1/4" (direct out)
Height 9.1"
Width 20"
Depth 8.6"
Weight 22 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M-2525H-U

Customer Reviews

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5/5

The End Of Your Search For 80's Metal Tone!

I've had the mini jubilee for almost 5 months now, and I still catch myself staring in admiration at it. I bought the matching vertical 2x12 cabinet to go with it, and the sound became more alive and gained a new dimension to it. I had been on a tone quest for the perfect bedroom-sized JCM 800 amp, and I really think I've found it. Not only can the lead channel easily take on the iconic 800 tones, it also has an incredibly dynamic feel that allows it to cover a huge variety of sounds with a slight adjustment of the EQ. It has the punch and aggression you'd want from a Marshall, but it's also smooth and doesn't have high end squeal. This amp is definitely made to bark, but you'll be pleasantly surprised at how crisp and clear the clean channel is. Add some reverb to the effects loop to maximize the amps potential. You almost certainly want to have a good overdrive pedal in front of this amp, but that just kind of adds to the fun and interactive quality of it. Do yourself a huge favor and try one of these out!
Music background: Garage Player
5/5

Marshall 2525H Mini Silver Jubilee 20/5 watt Tube

Great product, and outstanding customer and delivery service.
5/5

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45 years of playing rock, blues, country and jazz, and this amp shines in all styles. Once plugged in, there is no doubt that you have made the right purchase. I highly recommend the 2536A 2X12 cab to go with the head. No, not just because it looks great, but because the matching cab suits this amp very well. Very tweak friendly, too. Simplicity is better than complexity, IMHO. Strats, PRS, Les Pauls, ES335......I can't get a bad sound from this amp. For the bedroom player in the apartment complex, don't worry. You get a lot of tube saturation at the lower levels and tone is not compromised. I rehearse 2 times a week, and the 5 watt mode is plenty of power as long as your drummer is not an animal. But yes, plenty of power for rehearsals. Stage performance, the 20 watts is more than enough for the average semi-large setting. Don't make the mistake of not buying this. I wish I had of known sooner. Last but not least, was my Sales Engineer, Patrick Weaver. Very knowledgeable, friendly and always a great person to deal with. Sweetwater has been my go to place for years. They care!
Music background: 45+ years player/song writer/teacher
5/5

A small box Jubilee again!!

I had one of the original small box Jubilees way back in the 90's. It was the 50 watter with two 2x12 cabs. It was always that amp, you know, I should have never let go. This one sounds just like I remember. If you have never played one try and find one to check out. Most of the vids including the official Marshall ones, just don't do this amp justice. A lot of the Marshalls from the era that this comes from were mostly one trick ponies. This one I would call a sleeper with some surprises. It can do that JCM 800 ish tone but also, scoop that midrange a bit and crank the lead master, and this will make an 800 blush and wimper away. This one doesn't get mushy like an 800 does. Palm mute chunky metal heaven on this bad boy! If that isn't enough, switch over to the clean channel and hear an ever so nice clean channel on a Marshall! Yep on a Marshall, this has a very nice clean channel. Flip that rhythm clip on while on the clean channel and you will be blessed with the sweetest sounding blues tone you will ever hear on a Marshall or any amp for that matter. Lead tones are very controlled and singing. Not brittle or harsh but smooth and sweet. It's obvious why Slash likes this amp for the lead tones. You could do Slash rhythm tones for sure but also much much more than Slash tone for rhythm. I have several Marshalls to compare this with like a JMP-1 and DSL and have owned many different Marshalls over the years ( 800 900 30th Anniv, plexi). This one is definitely one of my favorites. The tone stack is different. Hard to explain but just different than most Marshall amps. The bass is in a different area and the treble is not as brittle as some Marshalls can get. I purchased the matching 2x12 with this and was not really expecting the cab to blow me away. Wow, was I wrong! The matching 2x12 cab is really really good. I played all of my other amps through that cab and every one of my amps sounded better through that cab. I am really glad Marshall brought this amp back and in the 20 watt with EL34 format was just the cream on top. Marshall should do other versions of their amps like this. A 20 watt Plexi and JMP in this format would be mind blowingly awesome! They should also do the DSL like this with 20 watts and EL34's but not like the DSL15H, Put all the channels and an FX loop on it! Great job Marshall and as always a super Great job Sweetwater. Both of you Rock!
Music background: Musician / recording engineer
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5/5

MARSHALL !!!!!!!

I have had every top brand tube amp out there many were good and some not so good all of them I had to buy pedals to try and get the sound I want some amps needed 1 or 2 pedals to sound good some needed more . Some good pedals many Marshall in a box pedals all trying to get the sound that comes right out of this amp but with 1 difference no pedals needed here and the sound is not just good but GREAT! Spent so much money and time over the years to try and get the sound that this amp has naturally .worth every penny search is over this is the dream!! Thanks to ROB KRAMER for all your help and understanding over the years it was worth the wait for sure !!!!
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