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Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head  

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    A combination of processor power and tube warmth that only Marshall can deliver.

    The 100W Marshall JMD100 digital guitar amp head is a mixture of a high-quality digital preamp, a classic all-tube power amp and a studio-quality multi-effects unit, all wrapped up into one amazing Marshall package. JMD:1 series digital amp head uses technology to create a vast library of tone styles firmly rooted in the foundations of Marshall amplifiers. The JMD100 amplifier provides interpretations of unmistakable classic sounds, as well as cast variations of combinations. These are delivered in 16 easy-to-access topologies, replicated from component level information for a truly natural and interactive playing experience.

    The Digital And Tube Combination For the Marshall JMD100 amp head
    After working closely with the digital experts from Softube, Marshall is now proud to present a digital and tube amplifier solution that not only offers a multitude of tones, but also allows the guitarist to experience and experiment with a variety of pre-amplifier topologies from Marshall's history and all in combination with the power and warmth of a traditional EL34 based power amp stage. The Marshall JMD100 puts you in the seat of amp 'tweakers' and 'hot-rodders' across the globe without needing to touch a single wire, resistor or capacitor. The JMD100 is an insight into Marshall Amplification in a single box.

    The Marshall JMD100 head is a compilation of tones created by Marshall over the last 45 years, from a vintage plexi, to a JCM 800 all the way through to a high gain JVM. For instance, have you ever wondered what a 1974 pre-amp would sound like through a monster 100W tube stage with a hint of reverb for ambience? The JMD100 amp lets you do that. Do you want to try a Guv'nor pedal through the power of a Marshall 50/50 power amp and a hi-fi style delay? Marshall's JMD100 lets you do that too. What makes this Marshall amp head so adaptable and versatile, is that it is completely programmable, allowing you to store your sounds and then access them again with ease.

    A delicate balance between technology and tone
    Instead of trying to mimic the overall sound of an amplifier by simply creating a copy of the tone that is generated, the Marshall JMD100 takes into account every nuance of a preamp. Not only recreating the tone accurately, but also how the unit reacts when you make adjustments to the equalization.

    The familiar Marshall front panel is extensive in features and easy to navigate. Selecting the preamp sound you want is as simple as choosing one of the 16 sounds from the rotary preamp control. This section has been divided into 4 separate groupings for ease; Clean, Crunch, OD, and Lead. From there, all you have to do is set up your EQ section and choose and adjust which of the high-quality effects you desire. Storing this sound is just a case of holding down one of the 4 channel buttons on the amp or saving to the foot controller, storing everything from the EQ to the parameter of chosen effect. So now your able to go from a classic low wattage tube sound with a hint of reverb, to a traditional high gain '80s lead sound with delay for solos, to a scooped-out metal sound, incorporating chorus with the press of a button.

    Marshall Custom FX
    The effects section of the JMD100 amp head gives access to a host of popular effects, all of which have been tailored specifically to give the best possible response. Not only are the effects redesigned, they are also fully adjustable to be as subtle or extreme as you wish. The effects are divided into 3 separate stages, Modulation, Delay and also an independent Reverb.

    Marshall Functionality—Studio To Stage
    With the included footswitch, the JMD100 can work to its full ability. The foot controller enables the player to store 4 sounds across seven banks, giving the option of storing 28 sounds and the ability to access any of them at any given time. When sounds are stored in the foot controller or the amplifier it recalls everything apart from the master volume and the Presence. MIDI switching capabilities also allow the user to control the amplifier remotely, and add the possibilities of up to 128 configurations. Effects loops allow the player to add in any personalization they require, and the balanced line out contains the best Marshall speaker cabinet simulations for recording a multitude of tones directly.

    Features
    • Power rating: 100W
    • Preamp: Digital Natural Harmonic Technology
    • Power amp tubes: 4 x EL34
    • Preamp topologies: 16
    • Modulation effects: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Tremolo
    • Delay effects: Hi-Fi Analog, Tape, Multi
    • Reverb: Independent custom voiced
    • Midi Control: Midi in, Midi Thru
    • Stompware controller: supplied
    • Emulated line out: XLR
    • Headphone out: 1/4" jack
    • Line in: 1/4" jack
    • Preamp: 1/4" jack
    • Effects loop: Serial / Parallel -10dBV / +4dB with mix control
    • Speaker output: 1x16 Ohm, 1x8 Ohm, 2x 16 Ohm
     
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    MarshallJMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head
     
    4.8

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Worth Every penny

    By Akious

    from Paragould Ar.

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • It Is Marshall
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • Heavy in Weight

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I have dreamed of owning this amp since I began playing guitar, and I finially got it, and it is everything I imagined it would be. Simply put this Marshall "turns heaven to 11" It has so many effects, presets, and settings that your options with sound never run out. It was worth every penny

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    awesome!

    By slade ripley

    from ohio-toledo are

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    there is just too much good stuff to say about this amp... i promise, no guitarist will be dissapointed with it.
    i love it... my guitarist talked me into a tubed amp, whicn is never a bad idea, but i wanted the diversity of a digital solid state... this amp is the best of both. i can match him on his marshall triple lead, and i have a wide variety of effects to fill out everything else with it... it took a couple of days to figure everything out about this amp, but a week and a half later, im comfortable with playing gigs with it... its probably the best investment i made into music... just fantastic, thank you
    biggest bang for your buck period.

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    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Marshalls Rule!

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I wanted to write a review to inform my fellow metal brothers out there that this Marshall is a quality metal amp. I have read many reviews and researched this amp extensively. There are lots of mixed reviews out there. But, Im here to inform you that this amp is excellent for Metal. Infact, this Marshall is a great choice for all genres. If your looking to build your own sound, as I always am, this amp is perfect. The effects are solid. The noise gate works very well. The Distortion on this amplifier is "Heavy". So if your looking to purchase an amp that is versatile, then this is the Marshall for you.

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Owned it for 8 months already

    By Jocko-xikyY

    from Recovering from Katrina

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I have owned this head and run it through a 1960A w Greenbacks or a 2X12 with EV's and this amp is a frigging dream. It can cover all types of music and it can hold its own against other amps designed like it with a digital front and tubes in the power section. I have played gigs over 30 years now and if your looking for a amp that with allow you to cover loads of material without having to bring everything and the kitchen sink this is the amp. I have played many gigs with my JMD and all the tube purest are freaked out when they find out its a digital front end. Its costs more for this amp against others like Line6 although its more than worth it IMO

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Versatile

    By Glen

    from sacramento

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    Great amp for shows where you need lots of different tones for many diffrent styles of music. The lead channels are in need of some help, some kind of boost is needed for doing screamin' solos. And be very carefull handleing it. I played 3 shows with it, and now it is in the shop getting new power tubes (which are not covered under warrenty). I think it got bumped while in transport. Other than that you just can'nt beat that marshall sound.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    The Clean is Lacking

    By JerkyChid

    from Louisiana

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I played this head at the guitar shop I frequent and occasionally work at first off, I was surprised at how good it's overdrive and effects sounded. However the clean was so sterile and bland. I would recommend this for those that want their heads to do quite a bit and don't use a lot of cleans.

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    4.0

    Pretty Good

    By GuitarMan123-UDUU7

    from New York/New Jersey

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I went to a local music shop to try out their Marshall heads. I own a JCM 800 and its great, just not as versatile as the newer amps. The FX are useable, and all the pre-amp models seem useable. The only thing is you can only use one at once. At lower volumes it sounds kind of thin, tinny, etc. but not to the point where I wouldn't use it. I guess you can expect that from a combination of digital technology and low volume tube amps using solely the preamp. It was def. useable for me. I dialed in some reverb, tape and analog echo with a phaser and then flanger. Don't let the digitalness of it turn you away. Its versatile and I'm sure when you crank it the EL34s will shine.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    AMAZINGLY VERSATILE

    By AngusSG83

    from clinton, NJ

    Comments about Marshall JMD1 Series JMD100 100W Digital Guitar Amp Head:

    I've been playing for quite a few years an i have to tell you this amp is amazing for any musician and i was hesitant about buying it when i noticed that it was a hybrid with the tube but i had the cash so i decided what the hell so i bought it and i have to tell you this amp blew me away i first tried to play the blues and i had some howling wolf and i could and this amp wasnt just meant for the blues i played metallica and anywhere in between and i had my own custom setting that i had from an old line 6 that i had and i was able to produce within minutes and i could create other diverse sounds quickly

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