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Marshall 1912 1x12 150-watt Extension Cabinet (1x12 150W Cab)
Marshall 1912 1x12 150-watt Extension Cabinet (1x12 150W Cab)
Guitar Amps - Looking for big Marshall tone in a smaller sized cabinet? The Marshall 1912 guitar speaker cabinet is a smaller 1 x 12-inch cabinet with huge sound. The compact, 150-watt Marshall 1912 is the perfect extension cabinet for combos and amp heads. Smooth ABS plastic corners offer excellent protection for your 1912's corners, and Marshall's highest quality woodwork includes the 'finger locking' of each and every joint. Want an easily portable rig? The 1912 is the solution.Marshall 1912 Guitar Speaker Cabinet at a Glance:The perfect addition to your ampSonically speaking, nothing compares to a Marshall ampRugged and ready for the roadSmaller in Size OnlyThe Marshall 1912 is a wonderful addition to your rig when all you need is a single 12-inch speaker! While fully able to handle a full-sized head, the Marshall 1912 can also be used to extend the sound of a Marshall combo amp. Due to its size and mobility, it's seen in clubs, practice halls, and mid-sized tours everywhere. When you need that Marshall sound, but don't need a 4x12 cab, the Marshall 1912 is perfect!Sonically SuperiorThe only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 (and, in this case, 1x12) cabs are indeed rock 'n' roll history in a stack!Ready For Your Gig - Wherever That Might Be!Roadworthiness is a vital prerequisite in the world of relentless touring and as Marshall's 40 years of cabinet building attests, Marshall cabinets are definitely built to stand the test of time! Their highly skilled craftsmen construct these 1 x 12-inch cabs from the finest materials available - 15mm birch plywood with precision 'finger locked' (comb) joints, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware, and the highest quality fittings.Marshall 1912 Guitar Speaker Cabinet Features:1 x 12-inch cabinetSpeaker: Celestion G12B-1501 X 12-inch150-watt8 OhmBlack grille cloth, white pipingLarge white logoBlack elephant grain vinylMarshall offers a wide range of cabinets that are not only perfect for your needs... they will also last you a lifetime. Guitar Amp Cabinets
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Marshall 1936 2x12 150-Watt Extension Cabinet w/G12T-75
Marshall 1936 2x12 150-Watt Extension Cabinet w/G12T-75
Guitar Amps - Looking for big Marshall tone in a smaller sized cabinet? The Marshall 1936 is a smaller mono/stereo 2 x 12 cabinet with huge sound. The compact 150-watt Marshall 1936 is the perfect extension cabinet for combos and amp heads. Smooth ABS plastic corners offer excellent protection for your cab's corners, and Marshall's highest quality woodwork includes the 'finger locking' of each and every joint. Want a portable half-stack? The Marshall 1936 guitar speaker cabinet is the solution.Marshall 1936 2 x 12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet :The perfect addition to your ampSonically speaking, nothing compares to a Marshall ampRugged and ready for the roadSmaller in Size OnlyThe Marshall 1936 guitar cab is a wonderful addition to your rig when all you need is another pair of 12-inch speakers! While fully able to handle a full-sized head, the Marshall 1936 can also be used to extend the sound of a Marshall combo amp. Due to its size and mobility, it's seen in clubs, practice halls, and mid-sized tours everywhere. When you need that Marshall sound, but don't need a 4x12 cab, the Marshall 1936 guitar speaker cabinet is perfect!Sonically SuperiorThe only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 (and, in this case, 2x12) cabs are indeed rock 'n' roll history in a stack!Ready For Your Gig - Wherever That Might Be!Roadworthiness is a vital prerequisite in the world of relentless touring and as Marshall's 40 years of cabinet building attests, Marshall cabinets are definitely built to stand the test of time! Their highly skilled craftsmen construct these cabinets from the finest materials available - medium density fiberboard, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware, and the highest quality fittings.Marshall 1936 2 x 12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet Features:Base type cabinetSpeaker: Celestion G12T-75W2 X 12150 WattSelectable Mono/Stereo16 Ohm, 8 OhmBlack grille cloth, white pipingLarge white logoBlack elephant grain vinylMarshall offers a wide range of cabinets that are not only perfect for your needs... they will also last you a lifetime. Guitar Amp Cabinets
$750 Go to
Sweetwater
Marshall MG50CFX 1x12 50-Watt 4-Channel Combo w/ FX
Marshall MG50CFX 1x12 50-Watt 4-Channel Combo w/ FX
Guitar Amps - Marshall's MG50CFX combo amplifier packs more useful features than you'd usually expect from a 1 x 12 50-watt combo. It starts with pure Marshall tone, tailored to your liking with the 3-band EQ. The MG50CFX sports four programmable channels - Clean, Crunch, Overdrive 1, and Overdrive 2. Dial in your tone, then save it for easy recall later. The tone is lively and in your face, as you'd expect from a Marshall, and you can add even more pizazz with the built-in effects. You get chorus, flange, phaser, delay, plus a separate reverb that can be combined with any other effect. And you can take complete control of the MG50CFX with the included MG Footcontroller. If you need an equally capable amp for practice and recording, you'll love the Marshall MG50CFX.Marshall MG50CFX Combo Amplifier at a Glance:Perfect for practice or studio useProgrammable channelsBuilt-in FXPerfect for practice or studio use:The Marshall MG50CFX packs enough cool features to make practice fun, like built-in effects and a line input for playing along with your favorite songs. It also packs plenty of tone for great recordings. And even if it's late at night, or you just don't have the right mic and space to get the sound you want, you can use the MG50CFX's speaker-emulated line output for fantastic-sounding direct recordings.Programmable channels:Each of the Marshall MG50CFX's four channels can be programmed to recall your favorite settings instantly. Just dial in your ideal tone, press the Store button, and your settings are locked for that specific channel until you adjust and store them again.Built-in FX:You get four built-in effects plus a standalone reverb with the Marshall MG50CFX. Chorus, delay, phaser, and more are on tap and can be used in conjunction with the reverb. Best of all, the MG50CFX will store your effects settings with your channel settings for instant recall anytime!Marshall MG50CFX Combo Amplifier Features:Marshall tone with smart features for a practice- or studio-ready combo ampFour programmable channels give you fast access to a wide tonal rangeBuilt-in FX give you even more options to customize your toneSpeaker-emulated line output gives you great sounding direct recordings every timeCompatible with Marshall's MG Footcontroller for maximum control (included)The Marshall MG50CFX combo amplifier rocks! Guitar Combo Amps
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Marshall JCM1960AX 4x12 Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet - New
Marshall JCM1960AX 4x12 Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet - New
Tonally, the 1960AX (loaded with Celestion 25W 'Greenbacks') falls somewhere between the 1960A's brightness and the 1960AV's warmth. Greenbacks have a very distinctive sound with a fast, snappy response that adds detail and dynamics to both clean and distorted playing. Obviously, for a vintage/Hendrix type tone, Greenbacks are the way to go...duh! Heavily distorted lead lines sound extremely full too, but when these speakers are driven really hard, they can get rather piercing and thin. Due to the fact that a 100W Marshall amp will kick out far more than 100 Watts when cranked to the max, we do NOT recommend a 100W head is used with a 1960AC or BX as a halfstack, if the head is going to be turned up to 'eleven!' (unless a powerbrake is being used, of course). Such a set-up might sound wonderful but there's a fine line between clever and stupid and doing this crosses it...unless you don't mind the inconvenience and expense of replacing blown speakers! After the initial success of the Marshall 4x12, it wasn't too long before Marshall designed and built the first stack, where an angled cabinet sits on top of a straight fronted cab, with the amplifier placed on top. This came about after discussions with Pete Townshend of The Who. Pete and Jim Marshall sat down and discussed The Who's requirements for an 8x12 cab with an angled top. This was designed and built, but due to this awesome cab being somewhat cumbersome, only six were ever made. As a result, Marshall came up with the more practical idea of stacking an angled cab on top of a straight fronted model. Thus the famous Marshall stack was born. What happened to the six 8x12 cabs do we hear you ask? Well, two went to Pete Townshend, two went to John Entwhistle and the remaining two went to the Small Faces. The Marshall stack on the other hand has stayed in production ever since and has gone on to become the most recognisable rock 'n' roll icon. As they literally invented the stack, Marshall 4x12's are the only true originals. Everything else is merely an imitation. Capturing the classic looks and tones of yesteryear, Marshall also offers the 1960X cabinet. The 1960X houses four Marshall/Celestion designed re-issue 25 Watt 'Greenback' speakers and is finished with the early '70s style 'LC' fret cloth and the smoother levant covering. This cabinet is the same size as a standard 4x12. Chequered grille cloth / white piping Medium size white logo Black levant vinyl / gold beading on cabinet The only choice for serious musicians. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Both visually and aurally, Marshall 4x12 cabs are indeed 'the business!' Roadworthiness is a vital prerequisite in the world of relentless touring and as our 40 years of cabinet building attests, Marshall cabinets are definitely built to stand the test of time! Highly skilled craftsmen construct these 4x12s from the finest materials available - knotless, 15mm birch plywood with precision 'finger locked' (comb) joints, tough cotton backed PVC covering, heavy duty hardware and the highest quality fittings.
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AmericanMusical.com
Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Signature Guitar Amplifier Head  - New
Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Signature Guitar Amplifier Head - New
Marshall is pleased to announce the Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Signature Guitar Amplifier Head . This collaboration between Marshall and one of the world’s most respected guitarists takes the well known front panel features of the JVM410H and overhauls the tone to a completely new level! The British made, all valve, JVM410HJS is a true labor of love that took several years of intense R&D with Joe who rigorously tested out prototypes on tour and in the studio. Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition Amplifier Head Features Four noise gates help you dial in a defined tone on every channel Clean channel is the same design found in the Marshall LM6100 Orange crunch channel is the same design found in the Marshall JCM800 (2203) Red crunch channel is similar to the Marshall AFD100 in AFD mode Overdrive channels sound more dynamic and open, thanks to a re-designed power supply 'Mid Shift' control on OD1 and OD2 shifts the midrange focus for extra tonal versatility MIDI input for configurable switching and control Footswitch included At first glance, the Marshall JVM410JS head may look familiar. Taking a more detailed look though, will make you realize just how different this amp is from its stock counterpart. So, how is the JVM410JS different from the JVM410H? Firstly, and probably most notable is the fact that the four Reverb pots from the original JVM410 have now been replaced with Noise Gates; four Noise Gates no less, one for each channel and each with their own threshold. Another visible change to the front panel is the addition of a ‘Mid Shift’ button that can be used for both OD1 and OD2 channels, shifting the mid character of the sound to that of Joe’s specification. Tone wise, the JVM410JS Joe Satriani Signature head is very different; The Clean channel is based on the aforementioned 6100 when on the green mode, with the orange and red modes being hotter variations of that tone too. The Crunch channel takes the original JVM410 crunch and adds some of the popular Marshall ‘AFD’ circuit to it, and the OD channels are now both voiced identically, based on the JVM410 OD1 but with the gain scaled back slightly and a smoother transition between modes. The rest of the Marshall JVM410JS plays out in familiar territory; the amp is still powered by EL34 valves, there are two Master volumes, the supplied footswitch enables you to switch between Channels, Modes, 2 Master Volumes, FX loop and now also the Noise Gates and Mid Shift. There’s also full MIDI implementation on the unit. ‘ I had some real, practical experience with the JVM and I had some things I wanted to change about it , ‘ Joe states. ‘ Specifically, to make an already great amp even bigger, bolder, more punchy and more dynamic. To me the JVM410H’s four channels were amazing but what was even more mind-blowing was that it had three switchable modes per channel. So it wasn’t merely a 4 channel amp, it was 4 by 3. It was fascinating just to sit there and play through it. I felt that the designer, Santiago Alvarez, had really made a huge step forward in amplifier design by being able to pack so much into a head while making it so elegantly designed and functional. This amp gets you in and out of all the different eras of rock music, no questions asked .’ ‘ After a really long and fruitful R&D period where I’ve been able to record, rehearse and play live with all the prototypes while Santiago and I fine tuned the amp…not just with Checkenfoot but on my solo stuff too .’ Joe continues. ‘ I’ve really put all the prototypes through the
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AmericanMusical.com