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Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp

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The most versatile Marshall ever.

In a nutshell, the Marshall all-valve, 4-channel JVM410C 100-Watt, 2x12" combo is the most versatile Marshall amplifier ever made. It also boasts more Gain than any other Marshall to date - and that's really saying something!!

Each of its 4-channels - Clean, Crunch, OD1 & OD2 - are not only completely independent of each other, they all boast three Modes, all 12 of which are footswitchable and feature their own unique gain structure. It makes the JVM 4-channel effectively 12 Marshalls in one!

The JVM410C has built-in, studio-quality digital reverb with a level control for each channel. This is also footswitchable, as are the amp's two Master Volume controls and the Series/Parallel effects loop. Resonance and Presence are equipped with master controls.

Even though the head and combo both house 28 controls and 8 LED switches on their front panels, they're incredibly simple to understand because of the extremely logical layout. Each of the 4 channels has the usual suspects when it comes to controls - Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble & Gain - accounting for 20 of the 28 controls right away. Take away the 4 reverb controls and you're only left with 4 Master controls - 2 master volumes plus Resonance and Presence.

Add to this an ingenious footswitch (UK patent pending) and the fact all the amp's switching (channel/modes, Reverb, Master Volume selection, FX loop) can be done via MIDI and you're looking at an incredibly flexible amp! The 6-way footswitch boasts 7 LEDs and memory, plus it connects to the amp via a regular guitar cable.

From the cleanest clean to the filthiest distortion ever found in a Marshall and all points in-between, the JVM410C all-valve combo amp will give you whatever tone you need right when you need it.

FEATURES
  • 100-Watt valve, 2x12" combo
  • Celestion 12" speakers
  • Valve compliment: 5 x ECC83 (12AX7s) in preamp, 2 x EL34s in power amp
  • 4 independent, footswitchable channels ” Clean, Crunch, OD1 & OD2
  • Each channel boasts 3 footswitchable modes ” Green, Orange & Red
  • Studio quality, footswitchable Digital Reverb with level controls for all 4 channels.
  • 2 footswitchable Master Volumes
  • Two FX loops ” Series/Parallel & Parallel
  • Series/Parallel FX loop is footswitchable
  • Emulated line out
  • 6-way, 7-LED footswitch with memory capabilities (UK patent pending)
  • All switching can be done via MIDI
  • Made in England
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MarshallJVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp
 
4.8

(based on 15 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound (4)
  • Good power output (4)
  • Warm / comfy (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

One Marshall to rule them all

This is a serious amp for serious Marshall freaks. It's the only amp I'll ever need. With 12 distinct voicings, everything Marshall tube tone is there, although it takes some time and patience...Read complete review

This is a serious amp for serious Marshall freaks. It's the only amp I'll ever need. With 12 distinct voicings, everything Marshall tube tone is there, although it takes some time and patience to work your way through everything and decide what you want. The owner's manual has some good tips. I've been fiddling with this amp for over a year and I've dialed in some beautiful tones, from jangly clean to warm crunch to Slayer shred. Both the Gibson Les Paul and the Fender Stratocaster love this amp.

The sound doesn't really open up until you push the volme past the comfort zone, so I wouldn't recommend this for apartment dwellers. The power tubes need a certain amount of saturation to get the famous Marshall roar. Despite Marshall's reputation for dirtiness, the clean channels can sound very sweet, but you have to know how to balance the settings. With any dual-volume tube amp, it takes great patience to find the right balance of gain, pre-amp volume, and power amp volume. Playing with those settings, and listening to how it affects your tone with each of the different pickups on your guitar takes time. For example, I've found monster shred tone by plugging my Les Paul, using the bridge pickup, into the OD1 Yellow setting, putting the gain at half, turning the channel volume down most of the way and cranking the master volume to max. Power tube saturation really makes the distortion wail. Caution: any time you turn the master volume up to max with the channel volume low, be careful not to accidentally step on the footswitch. You could blow your eardums out if it switches to a channel where the volume is high.

If you love Marshall, and you have the money, this is the only amp you'll ever need.
4 channels, 3 modes per channel, dual master volumes and programmable midi footswitch - that's all I need. The back panel has all kinds of goodies that I will never understand.
Top-shelf.
It ain't cheap but you get what you pay for.

VS

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I WASTED MY MONEY

When i first got this i thought i had the greatest combo ever made! Some guys from work asked if i wanted to go jam with some guy they met last weekend. When we...Read complete review

When i first got this i thought i had the greatest combo ever made! Some guys from work asked if i wanted to go jam with some guy they met last weekend. When we got there the guy was playing a Randall half stack.Imentioned that my combo versus a half stack was unfair for me to keep up with. He said he d play his Randall RG200g3 combo to attempt to even it out.No matter how you look at it this solid state Randall STOMPED my SISSY marshall in the ground!!! I have filed my divorce papers on miss marshall and will never again spend FOUR TIMES THE MONEY on a amp thats only surviving off its name

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(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One Marshall to rule them all

By Scott Copeland

from SF bay area

Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

This is a serious amp for serious Marshall freaks. It's the only amp I'll ever need. With 12 distinct voicings, everything Marshall tube tone is there, although it takes some time and patience to work your way through everything and decide what you want. The owner's manual has some good tips. I've been fiddling with this amp for over a year and I've dialed in some beautiful tones, from jangly clean to warm crunch to Slayer shred. Both the Gibson Les Paul and the Fender Stratocaster love this amp.

The sound doesn't really open up until you push the volme past the comfort zone, so I wouldn't recommend this for apartment dwellers. The power tubes need a certain amount of saturation to get the famous Marshall roar. Despite Marshall's reputation for dirtiness, the clean channels can sound very sweet, but you have to know how to balance the settings. With any dual-volume tube amp, it takes great patience to find the right balance of gain, pre-amp volume, and power amp volume. Playing with those settings, and listening to how it affects your tone with each of the different pickups on your guitar takes time. For example, I've found monster shred tone by plugging my Les Paul, using the bridge pickup, into the OD1 Yellow setting, putting the gain at half, turning the channel volume down most of the way and cranking the master volume to max. Power tube saturation really makes the distortion wail. Caution: any time you turn the master volume up to max with the channel volume low, be careful not to accidentally step on the footswitch. You could blow your eardums out if it switches to a channel where the volume is high.

If you love Marshall, and you have the money, this is the only amp you'll ever need.
4 channels, 3 modes per channel, dual master volumes and programmable midi footswitch - that's all I need. The back panel has all kinds of goodies that I will never understand.
Top-shelf.
It ain't cheap but you get what you pay for.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Epitome of True Marshall Tube Sound

By Johnny Esquire

from Philadelphia

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Incredible tube tone
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Needs a spring reverb

Best Uses

  • Extremely versatile
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

I have owned this amp for a couple years now and must confess that it is incredibly versatile and sounds absolutely fantastic. Aside from a few select applications, I almost exclusively prefer an all tube analog signal path for guitar, no matter what style of music. This amp's clean channel alone is worth its hefty pricetag. It's warmth clarity and shimmer at all frequencies is outstanding. What this amp is mosrt commonly renowned for however is its incredible three gain channels, each with three independent modes, offering an operatic range fof tones. Fom subtle blues crunch, to hard rock overdrive to insane high gain scream, all channels retain the guitar's harmonic nuance and clarity. The footswitch and control layout offer the performing guitarist a complete sonic and tonal palette for all musical needs. This amp is built heavy and solid, a loving 100 watts from England. I own all top level equipment and have many Mesa, Fender, Vox and boutique amps and this one is a complete package. My only improvement would be for it to have a tube spring reverb instead of the digital algorithms it uses. That said, you can run a vintage Fender box or comparable spring thru the effect send and achieve that vaunted All-tube-All-analog sound. If you had to own only one quality amp in your collection, without hesitation I would recommend this be your choice. If you buy this amp I can assure you of at least two things: You will be truly astonished at its tonal flexibilty and sound, and you will not regret your decision.

(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Be careful

By DroneSouth dot com

from Greenville, SC

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Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

My friend just bought one of these and the sound is really incredible. It sounds like a full stack and has the clarity of a 2000. I made the mistake of standing too close to it and now I am totally deaf. The doctors say my hearing will never return. So be careful unless you know sign language.

(4 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

I WASTED MY MONEY

By RGMAN

from west michigan

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Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

When i first got this i thought i had the greatest combo ever made! Some guys from work asked if i wanted to go jam with some guy they met last weekend. When we got there the guy was playing a Randall half stack.Imentioned that my combo versus a half stack was unfair for me to keep up with. He said he d play his Randall RG200g3 combo to attempt to even it out.No matter how you look at it this solid state Randall STOMPED my SISSY marshall in the ground!!! I have filed my divorce papers on miss marshall and will never again spend FOUR TIMES THE MONEY on a amp thats only surviving off its name

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great amp, control & tone galore

By Tonemeister-Qrdae

from CT

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Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

When it is pushed to small club levels it really starts to open up, and the bass will stay tight and focused with high gain. I use channel 2 exclusively to get a perfect plexi tone ... great, great amp, and although heavy it is still very portable.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow! I'm Impressed!

By Jammin JVM

from Iowa

Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

Just got the JVM410C today. It was smaller than I thought it'd be. I've been playing the TSL, Mode Four, Valvestate, Dual Rectifiers, Tripple Rectifiers, Stiletto and a handful of boutique amps. I really thought I'd end up with a Boogie. Let me tell you that I honestly thought something was wrong with me. I just couldn't find the tone I was looking for. The boogies might have it but it became apparent that it would take a lot of tweaking to get there.Started playing the JVM just through the 2x12s and it sounded very good. Really good. All 4 channels have a distinct character. The clean channel surprised me in a good way. The crunch and OD1 are very good as well. Then there's the OD2 channel. A few simple tweaks of the knobs and I was just amazed.Then I plugged it into my Marshall 1960 Lead 4x12 and hit a couple chunka chunkas on high gain. I was just grinning from ear to ear. The guitar actually felt different. It's exactly what I was looking for. Played my Gibson Flying V, American Strat and PRS Custom 22 Artist through it. All of them have just become different instruments to me.The only down side is that it's a bit noisy on the high gain setting. Not unbearable but noisier than I'd like. It's a bit spendy and I really thought I'd be disappointed with it after playing the TSL. Boy was I wrong! Not even the same league. Very versatile amp.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

I own one

By SG man-4tNnO

from JCNJ

Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

It took a while and some additional tweaks but the amp is starting to really sound great. I hadn't bought a Marshall since 1978 so I was kind of itching when this product came out. I looked at others but went with my gut instincts. The tubes were defective and Marshall support in NY really wasn't that much help in servicing on a new model. But I stayed with the amp and got all the microphonics eliminated. The amp is very versatile and is gaining a following now. My music is Classic Rock and Blues with original material too. I now have a very wide palette to choose from. This amp when utilized properly will trip you out. I'm keeping it. My overall ratings reflect my initial problems with the tubes mostly.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Killer Tones

By donnyb

from Hawaii

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Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

This amp was a recent purchase. I am still working through the setting I want for all 4 channels. However I am thrilled with channels one and two. I was able to duplicate Steve Marriott's sound on Humble Pie's live Fillmore album using the red setting on channel two in a surprisingly short period of time. To get a really good sense of what this amp is capable of, check out the JVM demos video available as a link (theatre) on the Marshall website. You will see a complete walk thru of the amp's features. After viewing this, you should be able to determine if this amp is right for you. While expensive, I feel like it was worth the money. The build quality is excellent. My only minor complaint is Marshall has yet to make a cover for this combo amp. Hopefully it will be forthcoming. Also this amp is heavy, I think its almost 70 lbs, so lift carefully.

(3 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A tamed beast

By Just J.

from RI

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Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

I own one of the first twin version of this Marshall, mine is a Valve-state Bi-Chorus 200. It's 100 watts per side when you plug in extension cab.These amps are made to be incredible because they are designed for recording and clubing. The back of the head says it all, check for your self.Mine is actually 18 years old and plays beautifully! Show me another Marshall that can do this.These Marshall amps are made in the U.K. not from Mexico or China like other models.If your looking for the last amp you would ever really need to buy, think of this model...Mine is 18 years old and still plays beautifully.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sick amp It's the last 1 I'll ever buy

By Ktel

from Hackensack NJ

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

    Awesome amp and I'm very happy with it so glad I bought it...

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    The Crunch Of Champions'

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

    This is the one, regardless of what tone you like, you can dial it in with this amp. Pro quality, pro tone. Yes, a bit pricey, but worth it. The only reason I'm giving this a 4.5 is the pedal/channel selector. One of the pots has went out, (I bought mine as a floor model at Guitar Center, so no telling how much use it has seen so I'm giving it a coupon here) but, the amp is shear crunch heaven. My setting is the OD 1 channel, gain on about half, plenty of gain, definition is awesome. I like to think of an amp as the core of a rigs tone, then one shapes that core with effects of choice. This amp can produce just about any core sound that you'll need. The clean channel? Add some stacked 4ths, delay and chorus, etc., sounds just like Holdsworth, or perhaps Poland, in other words, just awesome!

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    4 of the best channels available

    By jimsmith

    from Florida

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    Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

    I really wanted to have some different sounds from my amplifiers. I already own a Vox AC30 and Carvin Vintage, so the Marshall 410 was the big step up.The clean channel is amazing... wonderful tone, sweet, clear and warm. The crunch channel is exactly a Marshall traditional sound, but with more flexibility in drive character. OD1 and OD2 are much more extreme, but have great sounds, too. I can't believe how much sound and tone is available in this amp. A bit expensive, but one definitely gets what one pays for here.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    If you got the money honey

    By Dan O

    from Indio, Ca.

    Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

    I never though that I would own a Marshall, after I heard this amp I had to have it. Tried the Mesa, Vox, Fender, and a couple of others, but could not get the sound that I did out of this amp. I as of yet can not find fault with this amp. Clean channel is sooooooo sweet. Serious try it you WILL love it.

     
    5.0

    Didn't realize you balance gain/volume closely for low tone.

    By RickNPHX

    from Phoenix, AZ

    Pros

    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Powerful
    • Use gain just below volume to bring out low end.

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

        You must use gain close to volume level to get low end when playing clean. Without gain, you get no bass end. But with a bit of gain, you can get a clean, and beautifully saturated sound. Then add reverb/delay - and it's a beautiful compliment to the guitar.

         
        5.0

        Best combo available.

        By Geo

        from Vacaville Ca.

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable
        • Powerful

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Performances

          Comments about Marshall JVM Series JVM410C Tube Combo Amp:

          Anyone who knows Marshall, knows, that this JVM series is ferocious. True Marshall grit. Boogie is close, but, doesn't have the Marshall sound. Very few to compare, period. You would have to go extremely high end. And the Marshall still competes. Come on, Slash, and the Satch etc. are using this series. Not to mention, I'm the man of gain and tone, Lol. My amp blows people away constantly, and I always! have better tone. just saying, 5 star for me. JVM series...

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