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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
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall MG15CFR guitar combo amplifier gives you that great Marshall tone and two awesome channels in a very compact package! The 15-watt MG15CFR includes a great-sounding 8 speaker, two switchable channels (Clean and Overdrive) with their own controls, built-in reverb, and a 3-band EQ that lets you shape your tone. If you want to play along with your favorite tunes, this amp has a line in that lets you plug your MP3 or other music player right in! And silent practice or direct recording sounds great, thanks to a speaker-emulating headphone/line out built right into the Marshall MG15CFR combo amplifier.Marshall MG15CFR Combo Amplifier at a Glance:Compact Marshall toneLine inputSpeaker emulated outputCompact Marshall tone:The Marshall MG15CFR packs historic Marshall tone in a tiny combo that's perfect for practicing at home or on the go. It may be small, but the sound is huge.Line input:What's the best way to improve your playing? Jamming with your favorite guitar stars! Just plug your music into the front of Marshall's MG15CFR combo amp with an 1/8 stereo cable, match your guitar's volume to the music, and play away. And for latenight practice sessions, you'll love the sound of the MG15CFR's speaker emulated headphone output.Speaker emulated output:Practicing with headphones doesn't have to sound weak, thanks to the Marshall MG15CFR's speaker emulated headphone output. No matter what kind of headphones you use, you'll hear the sound of a great speaker cabinet instead of a dry, fizzy direct signal. The speaker emulated output doubles as a line output for direct recording, so you can record great tone even when setting up a mic isn't an option. Marshall MG15CFR 15-watt Guitar Combo Amplifier Features:Classic Marshall tone in a compact and convenient combo1 x 8 speakerBuilt-in reverbCarbon Tolex covering looks cool and protects your combo from abuse3-band EQ control for great tone shapingLine in for MP3 and other music players, for easy practicingHeadphone/line out with speaker emulation for silent practice or direct recordingWeight: 16 lbs.The Marshall MG15CFR puts big Marshall sound into a very convenient practice amp that's got power to spare! Guitar Combo Amps
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Guitar Amps - Nothing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more completely than a wall of Marshall stacks. Though often imitated, nothing compares to the original. The 1960BV is the straight version that features 4 Marshall/Celestion Vintage speakers and is the perfect addition to your stage or recording rig! It's ideal for players who appreciate a lot of low end, without all the boomyness.Marshall 1960BV at a Glance:Incredibly flexible 4x12 straight cabLow End That Never Gets BoomyThicker, warmer sound than an angled cabSonically speaking, nothing compares to a Marshall ampRugged and ready for the roadThe Ultimate in FlexibilityTo ensure the ultimate in flexibility, the 1960A (angled) and the 1960B (straight), is switchable between Mono (4 or 16 Ohms) and Stereo (8 Ohms per side). The two Mono impedance options provide extra amp matching capability while the cabinets' stereo capability makes them ideal for rack systems which typically run in stereo.Low End That Never Gets BoomyThis has a thicker, warmer sound than the 1960A with a fat, well-defined midrange and a rounded high end that sparkles nicely while not being overly bright. It also has a good low end chunk which never gets boomy.Offers That Low-End ThumpB (Base) cabinets offer some sonic differences. A straight cab sounds more focused and has more low-end thump. The additional size gives the cabinet a lower resonant frequency for more low-end. All speakers facing the same direction gives a more focused sound. Many players prefer to use only the B cabs, even when they are on stage with a full stack. Zakk Wylde (Ozzy's guitarist) uses only the B cabs because of the tighter low end and because (believe it or not) he values his hearing and the sound from the B cab doesn't hit him directly in the head.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 cabs are indeed rock and 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 4x12s 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.Weighing in at around 80 lbs, the JCM1960BV is made of 15mm birch plywood (except for the back panel, which is medium density fiberboard) and built for tone, projection, and durability. The majority of cabinet construction is done by hand.Marshall 1960BV Features:300W 4x12 straight 4/16 ohm, mono; 8ohm stereo.The extra warm sounding Marshall/Celestion Vintage speaker - rated at 70 watts each Black 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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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL40C 40-watt guitar combo amp gives you the definitive essence of British tubularity. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall presents their new, all-tube DSL Series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL40C Dual Super Lead combo fortifies your tone arsenal with impressive power and the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshals - in one highly tweakable and portable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL40C's command.Marshall DSL40C 40-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 40-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL40C hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 40-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL40C is an all-tube, twin-channel workhorse capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Four ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with two EL34s in the engine room, you've got the volume to rule any club in the world. Sporting the same tube compliment (minus two EL34s) and feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this little beast with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You now get a Resonance control (as opposed to the original's fixed Deep switch), letting you dial in your preferred amount of low-end girth. You also get studio-grade digital Reverb (instead of spring), a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch that drops the amp's power to a studio-friendly 20 watts, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop. Marshall's even included a 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/off.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL40C sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. Each channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectively. With the DSL40C, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL40C is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL40C 40-watt All-tube Guitar Combo Amp Features:This combo is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainEach channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectivelyHighly effective Resonance control replaces the original's fixed Deep switchTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityStudio-grade digital ReverbRear-panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the amp's output to a studio-friendly 20 wattsBypassable rear-panel Series FX loop12 custom-voiced Celestion 70/80 speakerIncluded 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/offReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL40C! Guitar Combo Amps
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Guitar Amps - The Marshall DSL100H 100-watt guitar amp head gives you the definitive essence of British tubularity. Reigning supreme for a decade, the DSL series enjoyed worldwide acclaim. So with a nod to to pent-up player demand, Marshall presents their new, all-tube DSL Series. Amazingly affordable, the DSL100H Dual Super Lead head fortifies your tone arsenal with fearsome power and the tastiest tonal qualities and features of both modern and vintage Marshals - in one highly tweakable package. From glassy cleans to bone-rattling crunch to blistering high gain, your wish is the Marshall DSL100H's command.Marshall DSL100H 100-watt All-tube Guitar Amp Head at a Glance:The DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage A 100-watt tone beastTwo channels, and all the trimmingsThe DSL Series - a revered tonal heritage The Marshall DSL100H hails from a revered lineage. Marshall introduced the JCM2000 Dual Super Lead (DSL) series amps in 1997. Right from the get-go, these all-tube monsters enjoyed enthusiastic approval by guitarists and the press alike, forming the backlines of top acts in all musical genres and bludgeoning audiences worldwide for a decade before being replaced by Marshall's JVM series (a musical powerhouse in its own right). Considered the go-to rock amp by many tone-savvy guitarists, there is considerable pent-up demand for Dual Super Leads. Marshall hears you, and is proud to introduce the new-and-improved DSL series. A 100-watt tone beastMarshall's DSL100H is an all-tube, twin-channel beast capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or present. Four ECC83s in the preamp section (in concert with the amp's gain/master volume arrangement) give you stunning tone-shaping mojo, and with four EL34s in the engine room, you've got the volume to rule any stage in the world. Sporting, in fact, precisely the same tube compliment and feature set as the original DSL100, Marshall has gone on to fit this monster with critical upgrades that give you even more control over your sound. You now get a Resonance control (as opposed to the original's fixed Deep switch), letting you dial in your preferred amount of low-end girth. You also get studio-grade digital Reverb (instead of spring), a rear-panel Pentode/Triode switch that drops the amp's power to a club-and-studio-friendly 50 watts, and a bypassable rear-panel Series FX loop. Marshall's even included a 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/off.Two channels, and all the trimmingsThe Marshall DSL100H sports two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. Each channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectively. With the DSL100H, you can go from glassy Plexi-esque cleans, to JCM800-style snarl, hot-mod 2203, face-melting high gain - and everything in-between. To shape all this delectable Marshall tone, you get flexible shared 5-way EQ (Treble, Middle, Bass, Resonance, and Presence) juiced with the thoughtful inclusion of a Tone Shift button - ideal for scooped modern metal mojo. The DSL100H is ready to rock. Are you?Marshall DSL100H 100-watt All-tube Guitar Amp Head Features:This beast is capable of conjuring any classic Marshall sound - past or presentTwo channels: Classic Gain and Ultra GainEach channel boasts two modes: Clean/Crunch and Lead 1/Lead 2, respectivelyHighly effective Resonance control replaces the original's fixed Deep switchTone Shift button gives you incredible tonal flexibilityStudio-grade digital ReverbRear-panel Pentode/Triode switch drops the amp's output to a club-and-studio-friendly 50 wattsBypassable rear-panel Series FX loopIncluded 2-way footswitch for channel switching and Reverb on/offReady to rock? Rock like a pro with the Marshall DSL100H! Guitar Amp Heads
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