Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Edition 100-watt 4-channel Tube Head

100-watt Signature 4-channel Tube Amplifier Head, with Four Independent Noise Gates, Specially-voiced Channels, Series FX Loop, and MIDI Control
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The Amp Built Specifically for Joe Satriani!

Built to please Joe Satriani himself, the Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition amp head lets you plug into the exact same tone machine as Satch does. When Joe returned to playing Marshall amps in 2009, he quickly decided the JVM410H was the amplifier for him - allowing a few tweaks of course. Joe requested custom-voiced channels, noise gates instead of reverb, feedback that was more controllable, and a more dynamic sound - and Marshall came through in spades. Built to please one of the most iconic guitarists in music history, you'll love playing through the Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition amp head.

Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition Amplifier Head at a Glance:
  • Four channel versatility voiced by Joe Satriani
  • Built-in noise gates
  • A more dynamic JVM410
Four channel versatility voiced by Joe Satriani

When it comes to tone, Satch knows what he likes. For the JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition, Joe took his favorite tonal blend and put them all in one amplifier. The clean channel is actually the same design featured in Marshall's LM6100. The orange crunch channel is the same design as the JCM800 (2203), and the red crunch channel is similar to the AFD100 amp head in AFD mode. And the overdrive channels have been tuned to sound less compressed and more dynamic and open. Once the tonal palette was perfect, Joe put his stamp of approval on the JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition.

Built-in noise gates

Each of the four channels on the JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition amp head features a noise gate (from the 2203KK Kerry King signature amp head), instead of the reverb normally found on the stock JVM410. So for every tone setting you create, you can fine-tune the noise gate for the perfect response. There's an added benefit to the noise gate, too, which means faster switching! The complex circuit switching in the JVM410 meant switching channels took around 50 milliseconds - not a problem, but noticeable to ultra-fast players like Satch. Marshall says adding the noise gate circuitry enabled faster switching. So even if your playing style requires fast and constant channel switching, the JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition amplifier is ready to keep up.

A more dynamic JVM410

Tight, compressed-sounding guitar tone was in style for a while, one of the reasons the JVM410 is such a popular amp. Joe Satriani wanted a more dynamic, open sound for the JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition. Marshall modified the power supply, added a choke, and voila - the sound opened up, with a powerful voice that retained the dynamics of Satch's playing. If you like your guitar tone to sound expansive, then you'll love playing through the JVM410 Joe Satriani Edition.

Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition Amplifier Head Features:
  • Modified version of the classic JVM410 amp voiced to Joe Satriani's tonal specifications
  • 4 noise gates help you dial in a defined tone on every channel
  • Clean channel is the same design found in the Marshall LM6100
  • Orange crunch channel is the same design found in the Marshall JCM800 (2203)
  • Red crunch channel is similar to the Marshall AFD100 in AFD mode
  • Overdrive channels sound more dynamic and open, thanks to a re-designed power supply
  • Mid-shift control on OD 1 and OD 2 shifts the midrange focus for extra tonal versatility
  • 12AX7 preamp tubes and EL34 power tubes
  • Footswitch included
  • MIDI input for configurable switching and control
Play the tube amplifier made for a guitar tone legend - the Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition amp head!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Edition 100-Watt Tube Head User Manual

Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 4
Total Power 100W
EQ 3-band EQ, Mid-shift switch
Preamp Tubes 5 x ECC83
Power Tubes 4 x EL34
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 1 x 1/4" (power amp in/return)
Outputs 4 x 1/4" (4/8 ohms), 1 x 1/4" (16 ohms), 1 x 1/4" (line out), 1 x 1/4" (preamp out/send)
Effects Loop Yes
MIDI I/O In/Thru
Footswitch I/O 1 x 1/4" (footswitch included)
Features Gate Threshold
Height 12.2"
Width 29.5"
Depth 8.4"
Weight 48.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number JVM410HJS

Customer Reviews

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I have been in the game since the 60,s , and played with several rigs. This is truely a B.A of Marshall,s . Thank you England and Joe.. PAGE
Music background: Family of super stars

Best Marshall Ever!!!

I've owned several Marshalls over the years in between about every amp known to mankind and this is clearly the greatest Marshall ever! From beautiful clean to warm crunch to face melting metal grind, this amp delivers up every great tone you need no matter what style tou play.
Music background: Semi-Pro


The Best Ever!!!

Absolutely my dream powerhouse amplifier head

This is the most versatile amp of this type I have every played but the sad part of my experience is that I may not live long enough to explore all of the cool ways to set up the channels for all of the sets I typically play. There are just so many possibilities in the setup. From the heavy and dark side to the clean rhythm sounds this amp is just the best all around in its class and price. The gating is great when the amp is cranked up but doesn't detract from medium levels. The foot switch serves up the presets instantly with no delay and no abnormal switchover clicks or static. The range of tone on every channel is awesome. The fact that Marshall has applied musical semantics (clean, crunch, od1 and od2) to the channel setup save much time in deciding where to apply different settings and I appreciate the way the front panel is laid out making the learning curve fast. All in all this amp is very well made and I sure appreciate the fact the Sweetwater delivered it fast, on time, and in pristine condition. I am glad I chose the right vendor to get this amp from.
Music background: Recording, live sound, rock guitarist, writer

Not you average JVM410

First off this amp only has slight resemblance JVM410H in appearance. The tones you get out off the JVM410HJS are not like your average Marshall. This is the most brilliant modern Marshall I have ever played through. The tones you get are outstanding! The noise gates are mastered beautifully and don't interfere when you hold lone notes. Now what really impressed me was the clean channel. Most multi-channel amps lose that brilliant clean tone. This has every bit of clean tone as a Mesa Lonestar or Fender Twin. If I really had to be picky I'd complain that you can't attenuate the power. It is a loud and I do mean loud amp! If you want bedroom volume look into a Rivera Power Attenuator. Other than that this is an amp does it all, whither or not you're a fan of Joe Satriani, it's brilliant. It really is the Swiss Army knife of amplifies.
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