The Marshall DSL40C is a sturdy, gig-ready 40-watt workhorse with two EL34 power valves, a Celestion speaker and the exact same front and rear panel features as the DSL100H. >More
The all-valve, four ECC83 and four EL34 Marshall DSL100H twin-channel guitar amplifier head has the same exact valve complement and feature set as the iconic DSL100 -- but with a few modern upgrades. >More
A Marshall half-stack combining the MG100HCFX carbon fiber guitar amplifier head and the MG412C carbon fiber guitar speaker cabinet, 4x12. >More
If one thing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more than anything else it's the Marshall 4x12. Though often imitated, nothing compares with the original. The first 4x12 cab was designed and built by Jim Marshall in 1962. Since then Marshall has made many thousands, which have appeared on stages both large and small all over the world. >More
The MS-2 is the ultimate in portable battery/mains adapter operated micro amps, packing a full 1 Watt of Marshall tone into a tiny case measuring just 14 cm x 11 cm x 6cm. This mighty micro Marshall half-stack has switchable Clean and Overdrive modes. A single Tone control provides full focus of bass to treble. >More
Made for the MGFX Series Marshals with Built in Effects, this 4 button footswitch gives the MGFX user control over the Channel, overdrive, tap tempo and tuner switches on the front panel or 4 completely independent presets. Switch between Clean/Crunch, stomp the Overdrive to give your setting a volume boost, adjust the speed of your delay or modulation effects with the Tap Tempo switch and tap into the built-in tuner right at your feet so you can get back to playing. >More
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