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Marshall JCM2000 Triple Super Lead 100 Head

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Get the Marshall JCM2000 Triple Super Lead 100 Head if you want an amp with great clean sound and a lot of gain. Having three independent channels (C...Click To Read More About This Product

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It's like having three separate amps in one box!

Get the Marshall JCM2000 Triple Super Lead 100 Head if you want an amp with great clean sound and a lot of gain. Having three independent channels (Clean, Crunch, and Lead) puts amazing control, flexibility, and tone variations at your fingertips. From sparkling clean to full-blown Marshall roar, this all-valve 100W head delivers it all. Each channel features its own volume, gain, and EQ. Master controls include tone shift for beefing up tone at low volumes, Accutronics spring reverb, effects loop mix control, speaker emulation DI circuit for silent recording, and virtual power reduction that gives you a glorious, saturated power amp feel without cranking it up to 10. Comes loaded with four ECC83 preamp valves and four EL34 power amp valves. Also features two effects loops, loudspeaker outputs, a 5-way LED footcontroller, and more.

  • 3 independent channels with volume, EQ, and gain
  • 100W all-tube power
  • Spring reverb
  • Speaker emulation DI circuit
  • 2 effects loops

You could wait forever, but a tube head of this quality won't get any cheaper. Make the investment today. Your music deserves it.


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Well it?s a Marshall, so I don't have to go on and on about how solid and well made this piece of equipment is. When I ordered this Marshall I knew I was...Read complete review

Well it?s a Marshall, so I don't have to go on and on about how solid and well made this piece of equipment is. When I ordered this Marshall I knew I was getting it new and I didn't have to worry about going to Sam Ash or Guitar Center and having some pony tailed sales nerd try to haggle me and then stick me with a demoed machine passed off for new. VERY nice right out of the FACTORY box. No blemishes whatsoever.If you've never played on this type of amp before the front knobs can be a little intimidating to look upon at first. Even if you've played Marshall, now we're talking THREE channels, and each with their own switches and controls. But seriously, it's not all that bad. Once you dive in and start playing around with it you get yourself acquainted fairly fast. Also as a tip: While waiting for my TSL to be delivered I downloaded the free user's manual (it can be found here and on the Marshall main site.) - I read up on the TSL while it was on it's way, and by the time I got my hands on it I already had a pretty good idea of what i was doing. The design itself is user-friendly, and like I said, you'll be switching and jamming in no time.Three channels, man. Independent control for all three channels along with a mid boost switch to punch up your cleans, deep tone switches for crunch/lead and clean to round out your low end, and also what I probably love the most - TONE SHIFT!! Tone shift is available on your crunch and lead channels and I'm tellin you it is quite an excellent feature. It changes up the Marshall eq into a more 'mid-scooped' sounding distortion. This is ideal for all you metal heads. Other great features on this amp are the silent output mode ( ideal for muting your cab so you can direct line out to your mixer or recorder) and also the VPR mode. VPR mode keeps the tubes burning and the tone whole while lowering the head's output to approximately 20 watts. This is great for working on riffs at lower volumes but still having that whole Marshall tone to your sound. All in all, they covered their bases well and loaded this baby up with the features.


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I bought this amp and tried for a week, then one of my friends told me about the Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier...All I can say is that the Marshall just does not...Read complete review

I bought this amp and tried for a week, then one of my friends told me about the Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier...All I can say is that the Marshall just does not deliver - I can get MArshall sound on the Mesa on Vintage on channel 2 with gain a 6 with tweaking of tone controls - Mesa is MUCH better is you want gain - and for the price, the Marshall's effects loop is terrible as stated before as well . Save yourself alot of time and at lest check out the Mesa Boogie dual or triple rectifier head before buying this one - I wish I had - exchanged - night and day difference - also - Mesa has 50% more watts.

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Marshall JCM 2000 TSL head

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I purchased this head four years ago along with a 1960v 4x12 cab. This is a feature packed head with 3 independent channels virtual power brake, emulated line out (a blessing for home recording)and output mute switch which is also extremely handy for home recording. Sound wise i think this amp has the best clean tone of any Marshall ever and the lead channel has some massive growl. This amps flexability is truely amazing. Like i stated earlier I have been playing this amp for four years in a metal band and can honestly say its the most reliable piece of gear I have ever owned.

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This Amp Rocks!

By Tim T.

from Portland, OR.

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I have been playing thru this amp for a year now and it delivers great Marshall tone! I also have a JCM 900 which I love but I got this one so I could have a clean channel as well as rhythm and Lead. I agree with an earlier post about getting the guitar first but if you've got that and want that Marshall tone with a good clean channel too then this is it. I just cant tell you how much I love the sound. My Gibson Les Paul Standard LE just sounds amazing thru this amp! I mean really sounds nice!! I would have to agree that they should have made a better footswitch to go with this but mine has held up ok. Bottom line is if you like Marshall tone this amp delivers and then some. It has more knobs then I think you really need but once you get familar with them you can really dial in your sound. It would get a 10 if the footswitch was HEAVY DUTY and the price was lower.

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Hell Yeah!

By AnasekoStar

from Orange County, NY

I bought this head used for a great price. It was an uber steal! This amp is pro quality. The three chanels are sooo versitile. I run it through an Orange 2x12 Cab, and its screams. This is probably the best head for the money! But buy now because theyre no longer in production!

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Awsome Amp

By ARivet

from New Iberia, La.

Had been playing a Fender Deville but was not getting the sound I needed. Friend had a JCM 2000 sitting around and I tried at our next practice session and left with it. Now the Deville is sitting in the closet as a back up.


If you can't get good tone out of this...

By Mothaf**** Jones

from Louisville, KY


  • Easy to Setup
  • Excellent Sound
  • Lots of Tweakability / Flexibility
  • LOUD
  • Marshall Tone at an Affordable Price


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      You have no idea what you're doing. These stack up EASILY to JCM 800/900 models if you know how to tweak them the right way. Diode clipping aside, these are fantastic heads. Most people in the hardcore/metal genre would be hard-pressed to find a better competitor, and stack hi-gain diode clipping pedals in front of them anyway, so is it really necessary to own a 1970-something JCM 800 if all you're gonna do is max out the gain? If you like garbage scooped-mid tone, go buy a Mesa or a 5150. If you like actual guitar tone, buy the JCM 2000 TSL. There's nothing this amp cannot do, it's like a cheat code to avoid dropping 2k on an overrated head.

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      Marshall #1 love this amp

      By Babygirl

      from Albany

      It is what you make it. If you can't find a good sound out of this amp you might want to never mind. Lol. It's very nice amp. Love the 3 channels. Takes pedals well.

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      By Wyldemetal84

      from VA

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      i don't think it has a really good sound, not for the kind of music i do, and it's extremely expensive


      tsl head

      By emg jackson man

      from oklahoma

      This head rocks!! Lots of gain. The tone is amazing. It's so versatile. This is the cream of the crop of Marshall tone. There is no better. Match this head up with a Marshall vintage 30 4x12 cabinet and unleash metal mayhem on your mom and neighbors!!


      An excellent head

      By SGdude-Ik1vH

      from Livonia, MI

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      I went to the music store and tried this sucker out, and was blown away. I've been looking for a stack to save up for for a while now, and I'm definitely getting this. The clean channel has a very clear, crisp sound to it, and both drive channels have excellent tone. It's a very versatile head, you can play almost anything through it. The only thing I wish it had was the solo output level control channel like the Mesa Dual Rectifier, but other than that, this amp is phenomenal. I was going to get a Mesa, but there's no reverb (which blows my mind!). However, I highly recommend this head with a Mesa cab, it sounds great. I can't wait to get it!


      Most Versatile Marshall Ever!

      By Musicman1821

      from Tucson,AZ

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      This amp is awesome great crunch tones via JCM800 right out of the box I use the 1960A Cab but sounds awesome on the vintage cab as well but cranked up with my Gibson Les Paul Standard I Get Sweet Sustaining Leads With My Les Paul Studio Also the clean channel has worked wonders on my recordings I Think it is better than the JVM 410 this head has real accutronics 6 spring reverb tank to get a more natural sounding reverb than the digital plate reverb on the JVM with the same amount of gain as the JVM w/out 20 modes and channels get this head!!!


      Great Tonal Flexibility

      By Mikey B-aTgqA

      from Mid Michigan

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      This is second to none when it comes to tone and flexibility. Especially with the virtual power reduction, there's no need for a power brake. This feature works very well. With all of the independent tone shift/mid scoop/mid boost switches, the options are limitless. I gave an overall rating of 9 only because I have been spoiled for years by Reverb of a Fender. Marshall reverb (even "Spring") isn't quite creamy but a little harsh. Still, the overdrives and distortions this one offers is terrific.


      Great amp for the money

      By Jrod9900

      from Valley Park, MO

      I've been using my TSL 100 for about a year. I've got a 1960A and 1960AV cabinet. I now use solely the Vintage cab (1960AV). Couple quick notes, the FX loop is great, especially with the loop on/off button on the footswitch. Makes the pedal tap dancing easier to manage. Love the 3 channels, channel 3 is HOT. Got a 4.5 because I think this would be even better if it had a 50/100 watt output switch. One complaint is that it has to be pushed HARD to get a good sound, but don't all tube amps? Pedal is junk. Hasn't worked right from the getgo. Everything else is good though. 4.5 Overall.


      A great head for metal

      By Do U Even Lift?

      from Michigan

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      I play metal, and I don't understand why some people that have reviewd this head say that it doesn't have good crunch. This head is very versatile. You really have to play around with the features to get your sound. I play very heavy metal (Unearth, Shadows Fall, Black Label Society)and the crunch you can get on the lead channel is AWESOME! I can also get a great bluesy sound and good clean tones. This head has something for everyone. I would recommend Replacing the stock tubes with Groove Tubes for a much better sound. The only reason I did not give this an overall 10, is because i had some issues with the footswitch. I play this thru a Marshall 1960-A lead cabinet. It's amazing. It's LOUD!!!! It rattles the windows with the volume at 1.5 Highly reccomended. Great value.


      This amp is ok

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      I played this amp with a les paul studio and it sounded really muddy and didnt have very good tone at all. I did like the features with the 2 overdrives and clean. I had it at low volumes so omaybe its a lot better if u crank it up a bit idk. Id say buy a fender deville or delux, 2 great sounding amps at any level.


      An amazing amp

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      Good god, I've had this amp for more than a year and a half, and it still blows my mind how sweet it sounds. The Clean channel on this amp is surpisingly warm, and if you put some reverb on it, it sounds beautiful. The Crunch channel has that old-school bad-a** Marshall kick, and you can do a lot with it, I use it for rhythm and it's perfect. The Lead channel is ridiculous. You can get so much gain out of it, and the built-in compression and sustain on this channel makes it perfect for tearing loose on a solo, and it feeds back real nicely. I used to play live and record with a Fender Stage 160 solid-state amp, and since I've gotten this Marshall tube amp, I haven't plugged into the Fender. This thing sounds amazing in the studio and even better live. The tone on this is way better than an overpriced Mesa Boogie amp. Now I just need to get the Telecaster that I want, and it'll be even more perfect. I highly recommend this amp, it is worth your money.

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      TSL 2000

      By Rocker-ZXxuE

      from Michigan

      I have been playing the Mashall TSL 2000 for six years With a Fender Malmsteen Statacaster. More that I could wish for. Own Fender amps Peavey amps but the Marshall rules. A friend of mine played a 50 watt marshall but changed to the TSL after playing one. Have used Svetlana tubes and Ruby tubes successfully. I think the Ruby tubes are a little more creamy with the gain cranked up. Just purchased onother set of Svetlanas to see what I can do with them this time. To those who need to now, a great guitar and a great amp will make great tone. What can be done with it is up to you. Keep rocking.


      The Best

      By Robert Young

      from Lockhart,SC

      It doesn't get any better than this head.I've had mine since 2000 and it has been all over the country.Sounds just as good if not better than it did new.I do nothing but plug straight into this beast,it has God-like tone,so no need for effects.


      X cellent

      By Corpus Vile

      from Phoenix AZ.

      It all about personal choice and overall sound bro's. Marshall is and has been the best of all the gear that I have played through. Take care of your gear and it will take care of you. :)


      Wrost Amp I've Ever Played

      By Anonymous

      from Undisclosed

      I had to play this amp at a festival recently, and because we weren't allowed to use are own gear (except guitars), I had to use this amp. It was the most horrible sounding amp I've ever used. The distortion sounded thin and it seemed like there was no bass at all even with it turned all the way up. I know it wasn't the cab because it was a 1960A and I've used those before. Granted, I only had 5 minutes to play around with it, but for the money it should sound better than it did. For this kind of money my advice is to buy a Mesa.


      This Is It!

      By PKD

      from Kansas City, MO

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      This is it....the 3-channel TSL100 can go from crystal clear to crunchy to end of the world tone and everything in between. Coupled with a 1960A cab and a Gibson Les Paul the sky is the limit. This head is really expensive but you have to have good gear to sound great...and Marshall tube amps always deliver.

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