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The "Marshall Sound" is absolutely legendary amongst musicians. For over half a century, Marshall has been influencing the sound of popular music like nobody else. With their incredible line of amplifiers & effects, Marshall is at the top of the heap when it comes to helping the best and brightest musicians in the world to sound amazing.
Taking a quick look at some of the musicians who trust Marshall when they take the stage reveals an absolutely staggering wealth of talent. Legends like Angus and Malcom Young of AC/DC, Joe Perry of Aerosmtih, Zakk Wylde of the Black Label Society, J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr, and Slash plug into Marshall Amps, as do today's brightest up and comers like Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro, Matt Bellamy of Muse, and Tim McIlrath of Rise Against. And those are only a small handful of artists who express themselves through a Marshall. Now, it's time for you to join the family.
It goes without saying that when you purchase Marshall amplifiers and effects, you're buying gear of impeccable quality, so really, the choices you make in this section are going to come down to personal preference. Are you interested in rocking with a combo amp? Then check out options like the DSL40C 40W All-Tube 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp or the Slash Signature 5W 1x12 Guitar Tube Combo. Maybe you're more interested in building a stack? Then you'll love options like the MG Series MG412CF 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet and the JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head. If you'd rather a stack that's pre-built so you don't have to worry about mixing and matching, try an option like the DSL100H and MX412A&B 100W All-Tube Full Stack. Whichever type of amp you've got in mind, Marshall has you covered. They even have amps decked out in amazing tattoo prints like the Custom Tattoo Tutti Serra Stack JVM410H 100W Tube Guitar Head and 1960A 4x12 Guitar Cab.
Marshall knows that guitarists want to be incredibly loud, without sacrificing an ounce of tone. With a Marshall amplifier and effects backing you up, you're really going to own the stage from the opening notes to the closing riff.