Marshall JVM410C Guitar Combo Amplifier (100 Watts, 2x12")

Get the tone of a Marshall JVM amp in a combo format. With EL34 and ECC83 power tubes pushing 100 watts, and 4 channels with 3 modes each, the JVM410C slays.

Marshall's JVM Series 410C 100-watt guitar combo amp gives you a plethora of powerful Marshall rock tones and serious versatility in a super-portable package. This Marshall all-tube circuit is quickly becoming a classic in its own right. With four separate channels, and three different modes for each channel, you're getting the sounds of 12 different amplifiers all rolled into one piece of equipment.

Four EL34 power tubes plus a ECC83 for good measure deliver 100 screaming watts of classic tone through two 12" speakers -- one "Vintage" and one "Heritage" -- for a sonic "whump" you'll feel in your chest. Weighing in at around 75 pounds, the Marshall JVM410C packs all the punch of the JVM410 head without the need for a cumbersome stack -- making setup and teardown a piece of cake.

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4 Channels x 3 Modes = 12 Amplifiers Packed into One

The JVM410C's included footswitch allows for easy switching between the amp's four channels and has a programmable memory to save each mode position for each channel. The three modes for each channel are indicated by a green light for a low gain setting, an orange light for a higher-gain sound with a bit of breakup, and a red light for an even higher gain and more distortion. The first channel is your classic clean tone, with the added options of a bluesy and more distorted sound through the orange and red mode settings. The second channel is your crunch channel, bringing you a "plexi" lead read more sound with the green mode, higher gain tones with the orange mode, and an even higher-gain lead tone with the red mode for slicing guitar licks and solos. If that's not enough gain for you, you can move on to the OD1 setting to really hear that all-valve Marshall sound, also with the added versatility of the three color modes. Finally, with the OD2 channel, you'll be pushing the limits with the highest gain settings this amp offers for a modern earth-shattering rock sound. The OD1 and OD2 settings are on tap anytime you need to rip out a face-melting solo.

LED Footswitch Included for Easy Control

The multicolored LED footswitch allows easy control and seamless switching between channels, with a programmable memory for each mode setting on each separate channel. You can count on Marshall's durability and reliability for channel switching during live sets, so you'll only be focused on your playing, not your gear. The JVM410C's system also allows for MIDI In and Thru connectivity for any digital racks you choose to incorporate into your chain of tones. Along with storing your mode and channel settings, the footswitch also incorporates your reverb, volume, and gain settings for each channel, and with four separate channels and dual master volume control, you'll never find yourself short on gain and extra punch for those settings when you need to "go to 11." Additional tone and volume control can be achieved with a resonance knob to boost your bottom end and a presence knob for boosting your higher range.

Versatile Sound from Celestion Stock Speakers

Your JVM410C comes with two different 12-inch speakers -- a Celestion Vintage and a Celestion Heritage. The dynamic combination of these two different speakers will deliver a rich, spacious sound, and with the three different mode settings for the four separate channels, dynamic sound and versatility will keep you busy exploring this amplifier's tonal capacity long after it makes its way into your setup.

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- All-tube combo amp with four EL34 and five ECC83 tubes
- LED lighted footswitch for channel and mode selection
- Manufactured in England
- One 12" Celestion Heritage and one 12" Celestion Vintage speaker
- Studio quality digital reverb
- MIDI In and Thru connectivity
- Channel and mode settings memory for 12 amplifier tone possibilities
- Dual master volumes
- One XLR and five 1/4" speaker cable outputs
- Serial/parallel FX loop
- Presence and resonance controls
- Free to use and carry around without additional needed space for a cab or stack

Plug into the JVM410C, and you won't run out of tones anytime soon. With its four channels, each with three modes, this JVM just may be the most flexible Marshall amp ever!
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Type: Combo

Output (RMS): 100 watts

Channels: 4

Modes per Channel: 3

Independent Gain and Volume (per Ch): Yes

Independent Tone Network (per Ch): Yes

Independent Reverb Level (per Ch): Yes

Dual Programming Master Volumes: Yes

Silent Recording: Yes

Emulated Line Out XLR: Yes

Series FX Loop: Yes

Programmable Parallel/Series FX Loop: Yes

MIDI Presets: 128

Pre-Amp Valves: 4XECC83

Power Amp Valves: 1X ECC83, 4XEL34

6-way Programmable Footcontroller (Supplied) PEDL-00044

Dimensions (mm): 690 X 510 x 265

Weight (KG): 34.5

Speakers: 2x12 in.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 89 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 33 x 25 x 13 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): M-JVM410C-U

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-877-6863

Marshall JVM410C Guitar Combo Amp

The Marshall JVM410C makes it simple to get the great tone of the JVM Series in a combo format. The JVM Series 100-watt, valve-driven power stage is built on the classic design responsible for the legendary Marshall roar found in the JCM800, 2203 and "plexi" Super Lead amplifiers -- a timeless foundation for countless classic rock and metal guitar tones for over 4 decades. Featuring a quartet of EL34 valves, this peerless design has been expertly crafted to compliment the extraordinary wealth of tones found in the JVM.

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. (32 ratings)
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"Worth the money."

Overall: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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It is a Marshall... what more do you need to know? Seriously though, you can get LOTS of different Marshall "flavors" from just this one amp.
All tube, 4-channels with 3 gain stages each... all tube, MIDI switchable. It's the top of the line.
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You definitely need to work with it a bit to customize it to your rig. But once dialed in it's amazing. Had a fuse issue once and they are INSIDE the amp. You need to take the friggin' think apart. I don't think this is the case any longer, mine is a Rev A model.
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