What year did the Marshall JVM come out?

What year did the Marshall JVM come out?

What year did the Marshall JVM come out?

When did the Marshall JVM come out? First released in 2007, this 100w head was intended to roll every Marshall guitar sound you could want into one powerful package.

Who uses Marshall JVM?

Bands and artists that have used the Marshall JVM series include Joe Satriani, Jon Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Children Of Bodum, John 5, Arch Enemy and Dave Mustaine. Cab wise, take a look at the Marshall 1960A and 1960B, or for something a bit smaller, the 1922 and 1936 cabs.

Is the Marshall JVM a tube amp?

Marshall JVM Series JVM410H 100W Tube Guitar Amp Head.

What tubes are in JVM410H?

Marshall JVM410H Tube Set consists of 5 x 12AX7 preamp tubes, and 4 x EL34 power tubes. British-built, the 100 Watt all-valve JVM410H head redefines versatility thanks to four tonally independent channels: Clean, Crunch, OD1 and OD2, each with three switchable modes.

Who uses the JCM800?

The JCM800 2203 Reissue is as popular as the original and championed by many artists including: Gregg Barnett (The Menzingers), Jeff Hanneman (Slayer), Lzzy Hale (Halestorm) and Lee Malia (Bring Me The Horizon).

Where Are Marshall JVM amps made?

Who owns Marshall amplifiers?

Type Public limited company
Founder Jim Marshall
Headquarters Bletchley, Milton Keynes , England

Where is the Marshall jvm410h made at?

Every JVM is made at the Marshall factory in the tonal heart of England. Time-tested, traditional methods of craftsmanship and construction are combined with the latest advances in modern manufacturing technology, ensuring world-class build quality and roadworthiness.

When did the JCM800 come out?

The series was introduced in 1981. Although models 1959 and 1987 had been in production since 1965 and the 2203 and 2204 had been in production since 1975, they were redesigned and introduced as JCM800 amplifiers in ’81. The JCM800 amplifiers became a staple of 1980s hard rock and heavy metal bands.