Marshall Amplification JVM210H 100W Guitar Amplifier Head

BH #MAJVM210HU • MFR #M-JVM210H-U
Marshall Amplification
Marshall Amplification JVM210H 100W Guitar Amplifier Head
Key Features
  • 50W RMS into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms
  • Tube Circuitry
  • 2x Channels with Separate Master Levels
  • 3x Modes of Drive per Channel
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Designed to impart a classic and much-lauded tone upon your electric guitar, the JVM210H from Marshall Amplification is a two-channel amplifier head offering 100W RMS into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms. Both of its channels boast three specific modes to boot, giving you a total of six different timbres to choose from at any one time.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Marshall Amplification JVM210H Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2It's All About Connections
  • 3Effects Loop and Other Routing
  • 4Emulated Line Out
  • 5Presence and Resonance
  • 6MIDI Control

Designed to impart a classic and much-lauded tone upon your electric guitar, the JVM210H from Marshall Amplification is a two-channel amplifier head offering 100W RMS into 4, 8, or 16 Ohms. Both of its channels boast three specific modes to boot, giving you a total of six different timbres to choose from at any one time.

You can cycle through modes in one of two ways: with the mode buttons, next to the gain knobs, or with the provided footswitch. Either way, mode selection introduces different types of gain, allowing you to soar into the ethereal planes of heavy metal, or conversely, to reach back to the days of the JTM45 and Plexi for cleaner tonal inspiration. The JVM210H also offers separate reverbs and master level controls for each channel.

It's All About Connections

This amplifier provides 5x 1/4" speaker outputs for connecting to external speakers. These outputs are wired to handle between 4 and 16 Ohms, giving you the ability to hit a variety of different kind of cabinets.

Effects Loop and Other Routing

The JVM210H features an effects loop whose mix knob controls how much of the processed signal you want in the chain. There's also a switch between +4 dBu and -10 dBV for compatibility with different types of gear. The JVM210H also sports a power amp insert and serial loop, allowing you to connect effects right before the master control, or to plug in other preamps into the JVM210H's power amp.

Emulated Line Out

Should you wish to connect straight to a mixer, recording device, or PA, an emulated XLR line output slaps the sound of a Marshall 4x12" cabinet onto your signal so that the sound going into the board more closely approximates the signal coming out of your amp.

Presence and Resonance

Add some additional tonal shaping with the resonance and presence controls.

MIDI Control

With its built-in MIDI thru/input, you can customize operation of the provided footswitch to include commands for other MIDI equipment, as well as save up to 128 different MIDI presets. Thus, you can choose between pre-coordinated effects loops instantaneously onstage, which is particularly useful if you have complicated effects-processing setups in a single song.

Marshall Amplification JVM210H Specs

Amplifier Section
Amplifier TypeTube
Output Power100 W RMS
Channels2
Tube Types5 x Preamp 12AX7/ECC83
4 x Power EL34/6CA7
Output Impedance16/8/4 Ohms Mono
Effects LoopYes
Built-In EffectsDigital Reverb, Distortion/Overdrive
Master VolumeYes
Inputs1 x 1/4" Mono Instrument
1 x 1/4" Mono Effects Return
1 x 1/4" Mono Footswitch
1 x 1/4" Mono Power Amp
1 x 5-Pin DIN Series MIDI
Outputs5 x 1/4" Mono External Speaker
1 x 1/4" Mono Preamp
1 x XLR Mono Emulated Speaker
1 x 5-Pin DIN Series MIDI Thru
Tone SectionChannel 1: Bass, Channel Volume, Gain, Mid, Presence, Resonance, Treble
Channel 2: Bass, Channel Volume, Gain, Presence, Resonance, Treble
General
Dimensions (WxHxD)29.5 x 12.2 x 8.5" / 750.0 x 310.0 x 215.0 mm Amplifier
Weight48.50 lb / 22 kg Amplifier
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