Marshall Amps JVM410H
A Behemoth Swiss Army Knife
Wildwoodians, it is almost appropriate to call the Marshall JVM410H a Swiss Army knife, but that doesn't quite do its justice. Why? Because Swiss Amry knives are tiny, the JVM410H is anything but. So, maybe it's more appropriate to call it a Swiss Army machete! Pushing a gargantuan 100 watts, the JVM410H is certainly muscular enough for any situation, but it is also one of the most versatile amps on the market. It has four channels, each with three different modes apiece: green, orange, and red. So, you can put a total of twelve tones into your toolbox! The best part is, you can easily use the included footswitch to store and switch between your six favorite sounds. So, it's a breeze to use live! Here's a quick breakdown of all the sounds you'll find:
Clean Channel, Green Mode: This is the simplest, purest circuit in the JVM410H. If you like sparkling cleans with three-dimensional fullness, you'll love this setting.
Clean Channel, Orange Mode: Flipping to Orange Mode adds another gain stage after the tone stack. Classic punchy Marshall sounds abound!
Clean Channel, Red Mode: What's better than one extra gain stage after the tone stack? Two of them! This setting pushes the "clean" channel almost into high-gain territory.
Crunch Channel, Green Mode: Here you'll find more of a classic Plexi/JTM45 sound. If you've ever wanted classic seventies rock sounds with a little extra gain, this channel will likely delight you.
Crunch Channel, Orange Mode: One word: JCM800. This setting nails the high-gain settings of everyone's favorite eighties Marshall, and it totally rules for all things rock.
Crunch Channel, Red Mode: In this mode, you'll find sounds reminiscent of hot-rodded, supercharged modded JCM800s. So, you get more gain and more power!
OD1 Channel, Green Mode: This mode sounds similar to the Crunch Channel's Red Mode, so you can have two distinct crunchy, punchy sounds--maybe one for leads and another for rhythm, or a punchy rhythm sound and a scooped rhythm sound.
OD1 Channel, Orange Mode: Switching to orange mode adds another gain stack, transforming the JVM410H's voice into a metal/hard rock monster.
OD1 Channel, Red Mode: Finally the piece de resistance (which is French for "piece of resistance"): one more gain stack. This setting is truly scorching, and it has the gain and articulation necessary to excel in most modern metal settings.
OD2 Channel: Basically, the OD2 channel is very similar to the OD1 channel, but with one key difference regarding the characteristics of the midrange. Whereas the typical Marshall midrange knob controls frequencies around 650hz, here it controls 500hz to give you more low midrange. All three channels present different shades of high-gain tone that will please metalheads from any era.
Easy Like Sunday Morning
As previously mentioned, the JVM410H comes with an intuitive, easy-to-use footswitch so you can toggle between your six favorite tones with ease. It also has studio-quality digital reverb that creates a wonderfully lush atmosphere, and you can dial in how much reverb you want for each channel! So, you can have one overdriven lead tone with reverb, one dry reverb-less overdrive tone for rhythm, and a clean sound with lots of lush 'verb.
Speaking of modern appointments, the JVM410H has series and parallel effects loops for pedal enthusiasts, and a line out that emulates the response of a 4x12 cabinet so you can send a direct signal to the board live or in the studio.
I Want It All
As you can see, the JVM410H gives you all the tools a modern guitar player needs. It can cover everything from delicious cleans to gnarly metal, and it has a ton of features that make life easier for a six-string slinger. We're proud to present this Swiss Army machete, and we have no doubt its versatility will inspire you endlessly.
Channels: 4 (Multi)
Output wattage: 100W
Outputs: Speaker outputs: 5 x 1/4" jack sockets (16Ω load / 8Ω load / 4Ω load), Emulated Line Out (XLR), MIDI Thru
Inputs: 1 x 1/4" jack instrument input, MIDI In, Footswitch
Controls: Channel and mode select (button), gain (per channel), treble (per channel), middle (per channel), bass (per channel), volume (per channel), reverb (per channel), presence, resonance, master volume select, master volume (switchable for each channel)
Effects: Digital reverb
Effects loop: 2, 1 x series parallel, 1 x series
Preamp valves: 4 x ECC83, 1 x ECC83 (phase splitter)
Power amp valves: 4 x EL34
Footswitch: PEDL-91016 included
Cable: Detachable power cable included, speaker cable included
DIMENSIONS (INCLUDING FEET AND HANDLE)
Weight: 22 kg / 49 lbs.
Width: 740 mm / 29.1"
Height: 310 mm / 12.2"
Depth: 215 mm / 8.5"
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