For over 50 years, Marshall Amplifiers have grown from a small operation to one of the most respected amplifier brands in the world. These amplifiers came into existence in 1962 with the introduction of the JTM45 models. By the end of the decade, Marshall Amplifiers were projecting the sounds of musicians like The Who, Eric Clapton, and Jimi Hendrix.
Marshall consistently altered and upgraded their amplifiers as demands changed and technology improved. Even in the first couple of years, Marshall Amps saw many additions and transformations. By 1965, Marshall was producing 40 amplifiers and 100 cabinets a week but were falling way behind demand. As a result, the company expanded.
The Marshall line encompasses many great series of amplifiers finely tuned to meet a variety of needs. Among these is the Valvestate II which does not have power tubes but utilizes a technology exclusive to the company which sounds like a tube amp's response. The JCM600 is a hallmark of the brand with two independent channels. For acoustic instruments or for an unplugged performance, trust the A580R to meet the needs of the most discerning player.
Marshall Amplifiers' Dynamic Bass System is a reliable amplifier that is equipped to deliver tight sounds even when bombarded by dynamic signals. This system uses more than the single, conventional power supply so it is prepared for any situation. Finally, the Audiostate line is a versatile, multi-purpose amplifier which can be used everywhere from schools to small venues to concert halls. It is adaptable to keyboards, acoustic instruments, drum machines, woodwinds, and more.
A classic in the music world, choose a Marshall Amp and hear your music in a whole new way.