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A 2-channel, 50W version of the JVM410C Combo
The sound that launched the British blues invasion.
A 2-channel version of the JVM410C Combo
From Jimi Hendrix and Johnny Ramone to James Hetfield and Slash, the amount of legendary guitarists who've used Marshall amps is endless. In fact, the unmistakable tone of a Marshall tube amplifier has been synonymous with rock'n'roll since 1962, and their impressive line of tube combo guitar amps has something for every taste and application. When you're ready to make your guitar skills heard in all their glory, look no further than Marshall for a tube combo amp that's built to last and built to blast.
Certain amp manufacturers are so well-known, you don't have to be a musician to know how high in quality their equipment is, and obviously Marshall is one of those names. With a simple glance at this extensive catalog, you'll notice plenty of top-rated items to prove how trusted Marshall tube combo amps are, ranging from 15-watt practice amps to killer 2x12 hand wired beasts.
So which amp is the right fit for you? That will be depend on your own needs and preferences. For example, if you're searching for a durable 40-watt workhorse for your next gig, go with the DSL40C. Sturdy, all-tube, and boasting a Celestian 12" speaker, the DSL40C is a compact and versatile beauty that sounds great both live and in the studio.
Or, maybe you're after that classic blues tone of the early '60s. In which case, you owe it to yourself to check out the 1962 Bluesbreaker. Producing a gutsy bass and compelling high-end that's rounded out by a rich, natural warmth, the 1962 Bluesbreaker is just like the one Eric Clapton used during his time with Mayall's Bluebreakers. Loaded with 2 Celestian Greenback 25-watt speakers and paired with a footswitchable tremolo effect, the 1962 Bluesbreaker is everything you'd expect from a company as renowned as Marshall.
When it comes guitar amplifiers, there's Marshall, and then there's everything else. No doubt, whether you're a stay-at-home amateur or a touring professional, any one of the tube combo guitar amplifiers from this section will provide you with the power and tone you crave.