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The Marshall JVM-1H amplifier head will infuse your guitar with the raw tones of the first decade of this century. Commemorating 50 years of Marshall amplification, the JVM-1H is a two-channel, 1W/.01W amp with a heavy dose of attitude. Its voicing sounds like the iconic JVM Marshalls from the 2000s, and its era-correct cosmetics look the part too. For heavy-hitting tone, three ECC83 preamp tubes and two ECC82 power tubes are ready to rock. As part of their 50th Anniversary Series, Sweetwater is sure the Marshall JVM-1H amplifier head will be an instant classic!
Marshall JVM-1H Amplifier Head at a Glance:
- Switchable between 1W /.01W
- Raw, aggressive vibe
- Instantly collectible
Switchable between 1W /.01W
Marshall’s JVM-1H proves that low-wattage amps can be a force to reckon with. Just one watt powers all the rock tone you can handle, and you can even use the Low Power switch to drop the wattage to just .01W, for cranked-amp sounds at civilized volume levels.
Raw, aggressive vibe
The Marshall JVM-1H sounds like an iconic Marshall from the early 21st century, thanks to its specially voiced all-tube signal path. The tone is amazingly versatile, able to conjure both classic and modern vibes with ease – just like the beloved JVM amps from the 2000s.
To celebrate 50 years of Marshall amplification, Marshall will release amps that reflect each decade throughout 2012. As the final member of the series, the JVM-1H is sure to be an instant collector’s item. From the cool styling to the 50th Anniversary plaque on the rear panel, the JVM-1H is certain to be a guitar amp that you’ll cherish.
Marshall JVM-1H Amplifier Head Features:
- 50th anniversary commemorative amplifier head, voiced to sound like a 2000s-era Marshall JVM
- All-tube design for premium tone
- Two footswitchable channels
- Switchable between 1W/.01W operation – .01W lets you crank the amp at lower volume levels
- 8-ohm/16-ohm speaker output for adding an extension cabinet
- Era-correct cosmetics for a classic and collectible look
- 50th Anniversary commemorative plaque on rear panel