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. Each mode reconfigures the gain structure of each channel, making twelve modes in total.
The JVM410H front panel looks mind boggling with its twenty-eight controls and eight switches, but because it is intuitively laid out, it is remarkably simple to use. The JVM410H also features four studio-quality digital reverbs (one per channel), individual channel EQ, two master volumes, and a memory that can recall your reverb, FX loop and master settings.
Our revolutionary Stompware® foot switching technology gives you unprecedented control of your setup, with straight switching or programmable switching. The six-button footswitch (supplied) connects to the amp using a standard guitar lead, so you’re not restricted by stage size – and if your cable fails, then it’s very easy to replace. Stompware® technology was described by Guitar Player Magazine as: ‘Clever…very clever.’
Combining some of the finest Marshall sounds, the JVM410H has a vast tonal palette, taking you from ‘Plexi’/JTM45 cleans through JCM800 roar to modern high gain.
- 100-Watt valve head
- Valve complement: 5 x ECC83 (12AX7s) in preamp, 2 x EL34s in power amp
- 4 independent, footswitchable channels Clean, Crunch, OD1 & OD2
- Each channel boasts 3 footswitchable modes Green, Orange & Red
- Studio quality, footswitchable digital reverb with level controls for all 4 channels.
- 2 footswitchable master volumes
- Two FX loops Series/Parallel & Parallel
- Series/Parallel FX loop is footswitchable
- Emulated line out
- 6-way, 7-LED footswitch with memory capabilities (UK patent pending)
- All switching can be done via MIDI
- Made in England
"OD1 and OD2 offer the hottest, most aggressive and wickedly refined high-gain sounds that have ever screamed from a stock Marshall" - Eric Kirkland, Guitar World
"Loud to the power of phwoar - with tone to match." - Guitarist UK
"It’s the ultimate rocker’s Marshall and may be the most significant Marshall amp since the JCM800." - Guitar World Magazine