Marshall Studio Classic JCM 800 Guitar Amplifier Head (20 Watts)

- Valves: 2 x ECC83, 1 x ECC83 (phase splitter) and 2x EL34
- Channels: Single channel with high and low sensitivity inputs
- Controls: Preamp and master volume controls
- Power Control: 20W or 5W
- Equalization: Treble, Middle, Bass and Presence
- Speaker Outputs: 5 x 1/4" Jack sockets (16 Ohm load / 8 Ohm load / 4 Ohm load)
- Outputs: DI Output
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 26 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 28 x 16 x 13 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): M-SC20H-U
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-877-6863
(7 ratings)
Submitted July 18, 2019 by Martin S in Lake Oswego, OR
"Marshall Nailed It"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I’ve tried a multitude of Marshall amps through the years and never found one that worked for me. Based on others I heard I knew I would like the JCM 800 but didn’t feel like going deaf to get that great tone. But now Marshall has created a JCM 800 that makes sense for a gigging musician. Here’s why: (1) It sounds the way I’ve always felt a Marshall should sound like. (2) It sounds great at 5 watts and is loud enough at 20 watts to be heard over our hard hitting drummer. I mean for 20 watts it is stinking LOUD. And I mean that in the best possible way. And (3) It is relatively light and portable to move to gigs which matters at my age lolDon’t listen to people that tell you this amp is a one trick pony. Lots of great tones here and it cleans up well using the volume knob on your guitar. It’s a simple amp that gets incredible tone when cranked. If it’s a one trick pony that’s one hell of a trick and worth the price of admission alone!Overall I couldn’t be happier with this purchase and with zZounds as usual stellar customer service.The Marshall Studio Classic gets two devil horns up
Musical Background:
Been playing for years in pro bands. Have 17 guitars. My Gibson Les Paul and Charvel Sam Dimas are my #1’s
Musical Style:
‘70’s & ‘80’s Hard Rock, Heavy Metal and Hair Metal
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