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Added:Apr 17, 2009
Founded by Jim Marshall, Marshall Amplification started producing their own prototypes in 1962. By September Jim had selected the best sounding amplifier and the Marshall sound was born. Jim created the Marshall ‘Stack’, which not only sounded majestic, but looked superb as a stage backdrop too! Since those early days in the mid 60’s, the Marshall Stack has become one of the most recognisable icons of the music industry. Over the years the Marshall range has been constantly developed to encompass the many different features and functions required by the players of the time, whilst always remaining true to its roots. Through exhaustive research and development, Marshall amplifiers have managed to capture the hearts and minds of each new generation of guitar players, whilst maintaining the loyalty of the older guitarists as well. Marshall Amplification is now housed in its fifth factory and ships amplifiers to every corner of the world. Constant investment, painstaking research and sheer hard work have maintained their position as the number one amplifier manufacturer. With his vision and commitment, Jim Marshall has created a product synonymous with quality and craftsmanship which has inspired musicians of every style, every age and every ability.
Latest Videos about Marshall
Harmony Central Marshall JVM215C unboxing Harmony Central Marshall JVM215C unboxing

Jun 12, 2013 - Harmony Central's Phil O'Keefe opens the box and has a first look at the Marshall JVM215C 50W 1x12 all-tube combo amplifier.

Marshall 50th Anniversary JTM1, JMP1 and JCM1 amps demo Marshall 50th Anniversary JTM1, JMP1 and JCM1 amps demo

Mar 28, 2012 - Check out our video in which Marshall's Chris George blasts through the 50th Anniversary 1960s JTM1, 1970s JMP1 and 1980s JCM1 for your listening pleasure. Although there was hardly a shortage of cute small amplifiers at NAMM 2012 - see Fender's Greta or the Orange Micro Terror, for instance -...

Marshall Class 5 Marshall Class 5

Sep 14, 2010 - The Marshall Class 5 delivers big, saturated Marshall tube amp tone in a compact 5-watt combo, perfect for gigging, recording, or late-night woodshedding. With a single EL84 and a pair of 12ax7's running in Class A, the Marshall Class 5 just begs to be cranked up. A single 10" speaker, custom made...

Marshall Vintage Modern 2266 Marshall Vintage Modern 2266

Jul 27, 2010 - The Marshall Vintage Modern 2266 50-watt head is an all-valve single channel amplifier with a choice of 2 "dynamic ranges" selectable by a footswitch. The Low range equates to the performance you would come to expect from a stock vintage Marshall amplifier in terms of tone and available gain. The...

Some weird rotating Marshall cabinets - MusikMesse 2009 Some weird rotating Marshall cabinets - MusikMesse 2009

Apr 2, 2009 - At the Frankfurt MusikMesse 2009 we bump into a strange kind of rotating speaker. It rotates the complete cabinets!

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