Marshall JVM210C

Marshall JVM210C

  • Technology: Valve
  • Power: 100 W
  • Channels: 2
  • Gain Levels: 3 per channel
  • Loudspeakers: 2x 12"
  • Loudspeaker Type: Celestion Heritage & Celestion Vintage 30
  • EQ: 2x bass, mids, treble
  • Inserts: Parallel
  • Pre Amp Valves: 5x 12AX7
  • Power Amp Valves: 4x 6V6
  • Effects: Hall / Reverb
  • Impedance: 4/8/16 ohms
  • Output for Extension Speakers: Yes
  • Including: Footswitch
  • Special Features: check Specifications
  • Dimensions: 690 x 510 x 265 mm
  • Weight: 34,5 kg
  • Country of Origin: Made in England

Marshall JVM210C · Guitar Amp

he JVM210C is a complete sound system, without semiconductors in the signal path. Its two channels each offer three modes, which, by connecting the tube stages, deliver a total of six independent basic sounds with their own gain characteristics. By pressing the respective channel selector several times, the other modes are selected, one LED changing from green, to orange to red and then to green again. The JVM210C is a masterpiece, which makes the JVM210C stylistically as versatile as the four-channel speakers from the series. Thanks to its logical division of the controls on the front panel and rear panel, the JVM210C is, of course, even more manageable and conceivably easy to use.
Two channels with six basic sounds - in puristic full-tube technology!

Why is it so important that no semiconductors are installed in the signal path in a tube amplifier? This question is heard quite often - and it is easy to answer with a sound comparison. The magic word is dynamics! The guitar signal on all JVM amplifiers can pass the sound control of the amp without serious dynamic losses, since its level is completely processed in tube technology and all switching processes run relay-controlled. There are therefore no buffer or boost amplifier stages with the JVMs, which could "brake" the original guitar sound with their semiconductor components and coupling capacitors. This also includes the fact that the effect paths and the reverb are not only switchable, but can also be passively blended even when they are activated. This technical solution is more expensive to produce, but it pays off: even in extreme guitar settings, the guitar sound remains differentiated, does not tend to "mud, " and even nuanced changes in the pickup combination remain distinctly audible.

No compromises in terms of equipment and usability!

The two-channel JVM series offer exactly the same connector peripherals as the JVM4xxx models. It is also possible to store a separate effect, reverb and master configuration for each basic sound. As a result, each channel has its own Hall control, there are two master volumes and two effect paths - and the switching states of these functions are automatically stored when leaving the respective mode or channel. The programmable quadruple footswitch (patent pending) is supplied free of charge with the JVM210C and can be used to store complete presets as well as to copy any switching functions on the front panel. By the way, it is connected with a normal cable despite its extensive functions and LED display for the active sounds. Alternatively, complete presets (ie a complete pre-selection of these switching functions.. ) can be stored for 128 program change commands, and can be recalled via MIDI, which greatly simplifies the use of external multi- effect devices.

All JVM amplifiers are equipped with a studio-quality digital sound which is fed parallel to the original signal from the amplifier and is mixed in a separate tube stage. When the reverb is activated, the original signal remains unaffected. If it is deactivated, it is switched off completely from the signal path. Both channels of the JVM210C have their own reverb level control. The reverb circuit has been designed to prevent a sudden rupture of the reverb signal so that the reverb can fade out completely naturally during the channel change or deactivation. Some guitarists have reservations about digital sound systems because many digital effects sound unnatural and sterile. This is why the sound design of the JVMs' digital sound has been enormously important, in order to achieve the depth and warmth of a classical spring sound system in digital technology. The advantage of this design is obvious: the hard sound system is completely insensitive to the hard roulette application and the addition of the tube stage preserves the overtone spectrum, the luster, and the dynamics that make up a typical tube reverb.

Marshall JVM
With the JVM amplifier series Marshall has the most versatile amps of all time in their product range up till now. Uncompromised tube technology in conjunction with a modern electronic control system enables an unimagined Sound variety. The sound repertoire includes the entire range of classic Marshall sounds from the last decades, coupled with the latest features such as digital reverb and a MIDI interface.


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