The GH100L is a single channel master volume style head with footswitchable gain. It is capable of a huge variety of sounds, from sparkling clean through powerful crunch to full on monster tones and everything in between. If tone capable of turning people's heads at 100 yards is what you're after - look no further. As well as astounding tone these heads offer a valve-coupled effects loop and link jacks for slaving several heads together. The GH100L features an ECC83 equipped preamp and EL34 output section, easily switchable for 5881's if so desired. The GH100L is designed to be used with the GS412IA and GS412IS cabinets - to enhance the amplifiers huge tonal range and produce stunning tone at any volume.
|Power: ||100 Watt |
|Channels: ||1 |
|Equalizer: ||3 Band EQ |
|Inputs: ||Hi & Lo Jacks, Slave In |
|Outputs: ||Speaker Connections 1 x 16 Ohm, 2 x 16 Ohm, 1 x 8 Ohm, 2 x 8 Ohm, Slave Out |
|Effects: ||- |
|Valves: ||Premium ECC83, Premium EL34, Class A/B |
|Foot-switch: ||- |
|Controls: ||Resonance, Presence, 3 Band EQ, Master Volume, Gain Drive |
|FX Loop: ||FX Send, FX Return |
|Dimensions ( W x H x D ): ||67.8 cm. x 24 cm. x 25.3 cm |
|Weight: ||22.5 kg|
The JVM Series 100-watt, 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 4 decades. Featuring a quartet of EL34 valves, this peerless design has been expertly crafted to compliment the extraorinary wealth of tones found in the JVM.
Output (RMS): 100 watts
Modes per Channel: 3
Independent Gain and Volume (per Ch): Yes
Independent Tone Network (per Ch): Yes
Independent Reverb Level (per Ch): Yes
Dual Programming Master Volumes: Yes
Silent Recording: Yes
Emulated Line Out XLR: Yes
Series FX Loop: Yes
Programmable Parallel/Series FX Loop: Yes
MIDI Presets: 128
Pre-Amp Valves: 4XECC83
Power Amp Valves: 1X ECC83, 4XEL34
6-way Programmable Footcontroller (Supplied) PEDL-00044
Dimensions (mm): 750 x 310 x 215
Weight (KG): 22
The Palmer MACHT 402 is a 19" stereo power amplifier specially designed for guitar applications. It pumps out 200 watts per channel and 400 watts bridged to drive virtually all speaker cabinets. Featuring a highly efficient switch mode power supply and low noise fan the soft start class D design is protected against overvoltage, DC, short circuits and overheating.
Conventionally named, the channels' Hi and Low controls have been carefully tailored for guitar signals to provide extensive EQ facility, a wide variety of sounds and authentic tube power stage characteristics. In addition, the MACHT 402 sports rumble filtering, LED indicators, a 3-way sensitivity selector, built-in limiter and ground lift switch. With XLR and 6.35 mm inputs as well as Speakon compatible and 6.35 mm output connectors the Palmer MACHT 402 is the ideal power station for guitar preamps, small amps, modelers and even effects pedals.
- Product type: Amplifier
- Type: 2-channel
- Output power (1 kHz 4 ohms): 2 x 200 W
- Output power (1 kHz 8 ohms): 2 x 100 W
- Output power (1 kHz 8 ohms, bridged mode): 400 W
- Circuit concept: Class D dynamic
- Frequency response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
- Voltage gain: 32 dB / 26 dB / 28 dB
- Input sensitivity: 0.68 V / 1.4 V / 1.2 V
- Protection: Soft-start, short-circuit, DC, overheating, overvoltage
- Controls: On/Off, Volume, High, Low, Mode (bridge / parallel / stereo), Ground Lift, Limiter, sensitivity
- Indicators: Power, Signal, Clip, Protect, Mode (bridge / parallel)
- Line input connectors: 2 x XLR, 2 x 6.3 mm jack
- Speaker output connections: 2 x Speakon-compatible, 3 x 6,3mm jack
- Cooling System: low-noise fan
- Power supply: switching power supply
- Power Consumption Full Load: 470 W
- Operating voltage: 115 V AC / 230 V AC (switchable)
- Width: 482 mm
- Height: 44 mm
- Depth: 244 mm
Marshall 2245-01 30W Guitar Amplifier
When Jim Marshall first started manufacturing Marshall amps, back in 1962, the first amp out of the workshop was the JTM45. This amp instantly became a hit and launched a whole new generation of amazing guitar players. Since then, connoisseurs of tone have searched high and low for original examples of this beautiful amp. Now they need search no more, Marshall has re-issued the JTM45 complete with its full quota of glassy clean tone and fluid warm sustain.
By including GZ34 valve rectification, as found in the original, Marshall has ensured a faithful recreation of the JTM45s glorious sound. The GZ34 rectifier valve interacts with the rest of the valves causing subtle harmonics to shift and smoulder beneath every note you play.
|Model Name ||JTM45 (2245)|
|Series ||Vintage Reissue|
|Tubes ||3 ECC83 (Preamp), 2 5881 (Power Amp)|
|Output ||30 Watts|
|Covering ||Black Vinyl|
Marshall 50 Watt and 100 Watt, EL34 driven, valve power stages are, in the minds of many, the 'industry standard'. As soon as you hear Marshalls 50 Watt + 50 Watt, EL34 50/50 and the 100 Watt + 100 Watt, EL34 100/100 valve power amps, you will immediately understand why. Both of these eye catching units are packed with Marshall valve tone. Just like expensive hi-fi amps, both the EL34 50/50 and EL34 100/100 are Dual MonoBloc amplifiers - meaning that each side (channel) of the stereo amplifier operates as a completely independant unit. Each channel features its own Gain and Presence controls and our highly specialised 'True Differential Inverter' circuitry, ensures that the maximum integrity and pureness of their valve tone is maintained. Each channel also boasts a remotely switchable 'Voice' switch which takes you from 'traditional' (Voice A) to 'modern'(Voice B) and will allow you to cut through any mix, The Marshall EL34 50/50 and Marshall EL34 100/100 - professional, all-valve power amps that sound as good as they look!
Marshall Vintage Reissues Sound Exactly Like the Original!
The Marshall 1959SLP 100 Watt Super Lead Plexiglass head of the late '60s/early '70s, as used by countless classic bands, re-issued in all its glory. The 1959SLP has been in production since the late sixties but with various electrical and cosmetic changes happening along the way. The models produced in the late 1960s/early 1970s however, were the ones that most tone gurus regarded as the finest examples.
After much searching Marshall managed to track down two amps from this period, packed with all the tone and rich velvet overdrive. They gave these two tone monsters to their guitar-playing R&D experts and left them to create a re-issue that was so authentic that no one could tell the difference. They succeeded and the 1959SLP re-issue came to life!
Marshall 1987XL Features:
- Part of the Marshall Vintage collection
- Mix two channels together at once for a totally unique sound
- New series effects loop feature
- Vintage Marshall through and through
Marshall Vintage Series
The main characteristic that these amps share is their simplicity of operation and superb natural valve tone. Achieving the beautifully organic and vibrant overdrive which is their trademark, can only be done in one way - crank 'em up! The result is pure, majestic tone uncluttered by unnecessary circuitry. With solos this produces a big, round, warm, sustain, full of classic character. With chord work you get a bark and percussive attack with a natural sounding break up, which allows each note to ring out in a glorious musical crunch.
With the Marshall 1959SLP, you can mix the two channels together by connecting a short, screened patch lead between the second input of Channel 1 and the first input of Channel 2. If you then plug your guitar into the first input of Channel 1, you can mix the different tonal characters of each channel for greater flexibility!
Uncompromised Tone - Even Through the Effects Loop
The Series Effects Loop features a true bypass switch that takes the loop completely out of the circuit, thus ensuring the original tone isn't compromised. The Level Switch allows you match the loop to either stompboxes or rack units.
Vintage Marshall Appointments
The 1959SLP has fittings and hardware as true to the originals as humanly possible, thus ensuring that authentic Marshall 'Vintage' look.
Marshall 1959SLP Features:
- Output: 100-Watt
- Preamp Valves: 3 x ECC83
- Power Amp Valves: 4 x EL34
- 3-band EQ
- Dimensions: 29.5" x 12.2" x 8“
- Weight: 45lb