Marshall JVM410H


Guitar amplifier head

  • Power: 100 W
  • 4 channels with all-tube technology - no semiconductor in signal path
  • Preamp tubes: 5 x ECC 83
  • Power amp tubes: 4 x EL34
  • Individual 3-band EQ as well as gain and volume for each channel
  • 12 basic sounds can be chosen directly via foot switch or MIDI
  • EL34 power amplifier with presence and resonance control
  • 2 switchable and programmable master volume controls
  • Programmable parallel FX loop with hardware bypass
  • Digital reverb with individual controls for each channel
  • Series insert loop with hardware bypass circuit
  • Emulated DI out
  • Dimensions: 740 x 310 x 215 mm
  • Weight: 22 kg
  • Foot switch included
  • Suitable dust cover: Article no. 150488 (not included)
  • Suitable case: Article no. 227873 (not included)
Available since February 2007
Item number 108990
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Power 100 W
Power Amplifier Tubes EL34
Channels 4
Reverb Yes
Footswitch Yes
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It’s all about the tubes

Marshall’s JVM series comprises the company’s most modern and versatile amplifiers. The initials “JVM” stand for Jim and Victoria Marshall, the company’s founder and his daughter, which shows just how proud Marshall is of these amps. The JVM410H is the 100-watt model, and its four channels feature all-tube technology without a single semiconductor in the signal path. Its controls are highly flexible, however, and it also features full MIDI compatibility. The head is sturdily built, and its user interface is clearly and systematically laid out despite the immense wealth of setting options on offer.

Gain in three dimensions

The JVM410H’s four channels are each equipped with a typical Marshall EQ section comprising bass, middle, and treble controls, which is complemented by resonance and presence controls in the master section. The latter are essentially bass and treble controls but, unlike those in the preamp’s EQ section, they instead shape the tonal characteristics of the amp’s power stage. Each channel can be operated in three different gain modes – green, orange, and red – which makes a total of 12 different sounds available, and the master section also includes two switchable master levels and a dedicated reverb control for each channel.

No compromise

The JVM410H is a professional-level amplifier that does not compromise. Its four channels, each with three different modes, mean it has the right sound for every situation, so those looking for pure, undiluted Marshall tone will find it here at every turn. The amp’s versatility and sound quality make it worth its weight in gold in the studio, whilst its ease of operation will prove invaluable on stage. With its 100 watts of output power, the JVM410H is loud enough for any stage imaginable, but it also features a Silent Mode in which the power stage is deactivated, leaving the preamp stage active so that the Emulated Line Out can be used for silent recording with the speakers muted.

About Marshall

Marshall, the manufacturer from Milton Keynes in Great Britain, is an indispensable figure in the world of electric guitar. The tube amplifiers of company founder Jim Marshall († 2012) have been writing Rock music history since 1962 with names like Pete Townshend, Jimi Hendrix, and Eric Clapton. The classics of the JTM, JMP, and JCM 800 series are still highly sought-after today, as they shaped the sound of overdriven and distorted electric guitar more than any other product. To this day, the combination of the amp and 4x12" cabinet - the "Marshall stack" - is synonymous with the energy and power of the Rock music genre. Alongside these landmark achievements, however, Marshall has always kept its finger on the pulse of the times and a close eye on the needs of up-and-coming musicians.

Marshall’s flagship

The JVM410H is designed to deliver classic Marshall tone in a state-of-the-art package. Not without good reason have the JVM amplifiers become Marshall’s flagship series: The JVM410H effortlessly reproduces the sounds of legendary Marshall amps from decades past while also offering the flexibility of a modern digital amplifier. So, if a Marshall amp that makes no compromises whatsoever is what you are looking for, look no further.

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110 Reviews

A fantastic revelation!!!!
Michele78 24.04.2020
I think I've played all Marshall amps out there and I've gained enough experience in 40 years of gigs and recording studios for writing this review. Let's talk about a 100 watts head..... This is stuff that has never been something manageable for sound volume and especially for home use until now.
Well, I turned it on right at home!!
As soon as I arrived I connected it to a Marshall 1960B cab and I started very, very carefully to turn the volume knob to hear the first 4 chords at volume 1.
Marshall finally learned!!
I had a DSL 50 watts head that at 2 volume was going to blast my ears ...
Instead the JVM at volume 1 sounds.... volume 1, without shaking the walls. And at volume 3 it really sounds at volume 3, without being unmanageable. It's not the classic Marshall that at 1 volume you don't hear and at 2 you are stuck on the wall.
Those days are long gone....
I stayed about an hour to try it both in the cleans and in the distorted maximums, I tried it in all combinations of the distortion stages: green, orange and red: each one has a sense, a sound, a change of sound colour that also encompasses the sounds of the most important Marshall heads made so far. With the cleans it sounds quietly jazz and the eq works great.
And I have come to the conclusion that it is absolutely possible to keep such a monster even at home and you can get perfectly valid sounds even at 2 volume.
Yes, you read it right: AT HOME!
Surely it handles much better than a 40 watts Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, there's just no comparison...
If you are looking for a definitive solution to have any kind of sound at home or in the studio, this is the amp for you.
You can't imagine how much fun you can have with all the sounds under your fingers. You can get your sounds with the channels selection and the booster with the Master Volume section (read the instructions). No more boosters or distortion pedals!!
Highly recommend the pairing with case 1960B (the straight one) for a complete sound. Have fun!!!


Simply amazing
il-mewt 17.05.2020
This amp can give you all that you need - so many different sounds you can get.

The knobs on the panel might look intimidating at first - but it's really easy to get used to.


I only have one complaint - which has nothing to do with the sound. One of the protective plastic corners on the amp was missing a screw. I know it is nothing serious, but it makes me wonder what Marshall's quality control guys are doing.

Side note:
The grip handles on the cab i bought with the head starting cracking from the screw holes a few months after purchase (and I never used the amp away from home, wasnt carried around, etc)... Thomann were kind enough and very professional to send me a replacement set of handles. But the new ones also have cracks developing around the screw holes - and they have never been used. Defective - straight out of the box! MARSHALL, WHERE IS YOUR QUALITY CONTROL?! very cheap plastics being used at the expense of the customer!


Great Marshall
Mike Ladurner 17.09.2020
This amp offers a million ways to be dialed in. Its amazing, what sounds and types of sounds you can get. On top of that, its exorbitantly loud but can sound great on low volumes, too.

The build-quality is great. There are no flaws, the amp looks perfect.

The endless amount of buttons has me wondering, what everything really does, what settings are safed and so on. I guess if i would use only one amp, this would not happen. In other words, its easy to learn.

The one thing bothering me a bit, is the transformers and the magnetic fields. No other of my 100W amps has this problem:
When used in a small room like (5x4 meters), you cant escape the magnetic fields and hear some humm (guess its like 50Hz) depending on how you hold the guitar relative to the amp.

All in all, its an amazing piece of equipment, i would buy it again everytime.


The Tone In Your Head
Dawn647 27.09.2021
Whatever is the tone in your head, you can catch it with this monster. Awesome amp.


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