What is the difference between Marshall JVM and JCM?

What is the difference between Marshall JVM and JCM?

JVM is modern Marshall multi-channel amp: compression, lot’s of gain if you want, lot’s of features, versatility,… JCM 800 2203 is classic single channel Marshall: 1 channel with rich cuting classic tone as heard in many albuns and that’s all.

Where is Marshall JVM made?

Marshall heritage Every JVM is made at the Marshall factory in the tonal heart of England.

When did the JVM410H come out?

Step forward the JVM410H. First released in 2007, this 100w head was intended to roll every Marshall guitar sound you could want into one powerful package. It did all this and more, even adding some tones from both ends of the spectrum that Marshall wasn’t at the time renowned for – cleans and modern metal.

Who uses a Marshall JVM?

Bands and artists that have used the Marshall JVM series include Joe Satriani, Jon Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, Children Of Bodum, John 5, Arch Enemy and Dave Mustaine. Cab wise, take a look at the Marshall 1960A and 1960B, or for something a bit smaller, the 1922 and 1936 cabs.

Is Marshall speaker made in China?

as far as I know, only the MG series are made in China. The others are made in the UK. Also MA and Haze are made in teh Far East.

What kind of amplifier is the JVM410H?

The JVM Series 100-watt JVM410H valve-driven power stage is built on the classic design responsible for the legendary Marshall roar found in the JCM800 2203 and Plexi Super Lead amplifiers – a timeless foundation for countless classic rock and metal guitar tones for over four decades.

Where is a Marshall JVM tube head made?

Every JVM is made at the Marshall factory in the tonal heart of England. Time-tested, traditional methods of craftsmanship and construction are combined with the latest advances in modern manufacturing technology, ensuring world-class build quality and roadworthiness.

What is the front panel of a JVM?

The JVM front panel is simple and uncompromising; dedicated gain, EQ, volume, and reverb are present for each of the four channels. Add to this a master section with dual master volumes, resonance, and presence controls and you have a clear, concise layout that makes the JVM easy and intuitive to use.

Where are the FX loops on a Marshall JVM?

The JVM boasts two FX loops that live on its rear panel: a footswitchable parallel/series loop with level and mix controls, plus a series loop. When the JVM is combined with a MIDI effects processor and switched via MIDI, the sky’s the limit!

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