Marshall JVM410C

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Amplificador de guitarra a válvulas

  • 2 altavoces de 12" Celestion Vintage 30 & G12 Heritage
  • 100 W
  • 4 canales todo válvula
  • EQ de tres bandas y controles de ganancia y volumen en cada canal
  • 12 sonidos base conmutables por pedal o MIDI
  • Etapa EL34 con controles Presence y Resonance
  • Volumen Master conmutable y programable
  • Envío de efectos paralelo programable con Hardwarebypass
  • Reverb digital con regulador para cada canal
  • Insert-Loop en serie con conmutador Hardwarebypass
  • Emulación DI Out
  • MIDI IN/MIDI THRU
  • Válvulas: 5x ECC 83 y 4x EL34
  • Incluye pedalera de 6 pulsadores programable
  • Medidas: 690 x 510 x 270mm
  • Peso: 34,50kg
Disponible desde Enero 2007
número de artículo 108992
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Potencia 100 W
Configuración del Altavoz 2x 12"
Válvulas EL34
Canales 4
Hall
Bucle de efectos externo
Salida de grabación
Interfaz MIDI
Conexión para altavoz externo
Conexión para auriculares No
Conector de pedal
Incluye pedal interruptor (footswitch)
Peso (kg) 34,5 kg
1.577 €
Todos los precios incluyen IVA
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Gran amplificador de valvulas
Animaliko 28.07.2013
Me alegro muchisimo de haber comprado la version combo de este gran amplificador. Cuando tengo bolo le incorporo una pantalla y para ensayar me llevo solo el combo. Mucho mas facil de transportar de esta forma. En cuanto al sonido creo que tiene muchas posibilidades y se adapta a cualquier estilo, los cuatro canales tienen tres variaciones cada uno y se pueden cambiar facilmente con la pedalera que trae manteniendo los efectos, reverb, etc, de forma independiente. Permite añadirle etapas de potencia, tiene salida Midi... en fin, muy completo.
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Great amp
Petar C. 19.06.2010
I have this combo for about 7 years now. Before that I used to have the head version. It has never let me down. I have used all of its features - including the midi options (with BOSS GT10) and the line out for silent recording direct to mixing desk. The amp sounds very full and it is built to last. It sounds good at low volume as well - no problem to practice with it at home. However this is definitely not a bedroom amp :)

On the flip side:
1. It can be hard to set the OD1 and OD2 channels. Personally, I use very low gain settings on these channels, the gain is set at 9 o'clock, the same applies for the treble. You deffinetly have to back down the mids as well.
2.I am not a fan of the plastic corners, handles and jacks.

Still this is a great piece of kit.
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Master of rock, Jack of all
R.Schilling 10.05.2021
Got this amp a few weeks ago. I was searching for an amp, that allows me to dial in the historic pop, blues and rock sounds. At first I wanted to buy the head with a 4x12 cab, then my brain kicked in and I bought this one. For those unsure about the combo: The combo sounds absolutely mean with tons of bite and low end, if you want to dial your sound in like this. Careful with the weight tho, the box says already "2 man lift", so plan ahead how youre going to move it. As others have written before me I can confirm, that the clean sounds, that Marshalls delivered 25 years ago are a thing of the past, with the 410c you can even get Fenderish cleans.

Coming from a Boss Katana maybe the best description of tonal difference is: The Boss Katana sounds like watching a rock concert on TV, the Marshall sounds like that concert is happening at your bedroom. It's not just the bare tone, it's the animalistic growl, that the Marshall produces, it's the extra overtones when you start stacking individual notes. The amp sounds great on minimum loudness and can be played at night in an apartment (at least clean), but be warned, I don't find more than 10-15% of master volume doable in an apartment, the amp has the power for a real stage. I personally bought it for the tones and I accepted, that I won't be able to crank it at home as a downside. On the other hand even the Katana is too loud to truely crank at home. The Marshall gives me the feeling I ended the search for an amp and settled, to me it leaves nothing to be desired (except for a place without neighbors), a truely fantastic amp for many styles, that allows you dialing in the tones of many fantastic records and not just "get close".
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An all-round monster
RoughRiffs 30.08.2023
I've been playing electric guitar for over 50 years; this amp is what I've always wanted in the back of my mind: Sound wise it covers every corner of every style I've ever played be it teeny pop or thrash metal with some Jazz thrown in between. It's versatile to say the least; The clean sound has that Fender in-your-face kind of spank to it while the Marshall sounds, in varying degrees of distortion, have a bite I've never encountered in amps that I've played in the past. The number of knobs may be bewildering at first but really most get sorted out by intuition as soon as you plug in. Clean sounds for Jazz and Country music sound terrific, as a matter of fact glancing at the electric schematic, I notice that the clean channel is wired the same way classic Fender amps are. For more gain you would go to the Crunch and Overdrive 1 & 2 channels. On the extreme level there's enough gain here to turn the sound into a swarming beehive; it gets difficult to discern single notes. So, metal players, forget about your external distortion pedals there's no need for them with this amp.

Flip side:

- The weight! As already the box says: "This is a two-man lift."
- The digital reverb sounds tinny and with no controls to shape it
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