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Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head
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      Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head (110617149)

Satriani and Marshall tweaked a classic to create a new generation of tone.

The Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani Edition 100W head is an addition to the Marshall Signature Series. Marshall’s R&D engineers worked vefry closely with Satriani to craft the JVM410HJS. After much experimentation and an assortment of trials that involved Satriani using prototypes during recording and touring, they signed off on the final version and the JVM410HJS went into production.

The most notable difference from the original JVM410 is that the reverb pots have been replaced with four nose gates, one for each channel, and each with their own threshold. A Mid Shift button has been added and can be used with both the OD1 and OD2 channels.

The Clean channel is based on the 6100 when on the green mode, with the orange and red modes being hotter variations. The Crunch channel takes the original JVM410 crunch and adds some of the popular Marshall “AFD” circuit to it. The OD channels are voiced identically, based on the JVM410 OD1 but with the gain scaled back slightly and a smoother transition between modes. The Mid Shift button determines the difference in mid character between the original JVM410 OD1 and OD2 tone, moving the mids from around 650khz (Mid Shift off) to around 500khz (Mid Shift on).

The JVM410HJS is powered by EL34 tubes and has two Master volumes, the supplied footswitch allows you to switch between Channels, Modes, Master Volumes, FX loop and now the Noise Gates and Mid Shift as well. There is also a full MIDI implementation.

Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head Features:

  • Power: 100W (tube)
    Tubes: four 12AX7 (preamp); one 12AX7, four EL34 (power amp)
    4 channels
    3 modes per channel
    Super punchy super dynamic
    4 noise gates, one for each channel
    2 Master Volumes
    Simplified FX loop
    Clean channel based on 6100
    “AFD” circuit
    Resonance and presence retuned to Satriani specs

Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head

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  • Lives up to the hype

    As reviewed by Curtis Hill on 12/31/2012

    I've had this amp for about 3 weeks. I read all of the reviews in the magazines and must say it lives up to all of the hype. Very versatile-you can get so many different sounds out of it-from amazing cleans to down and dirty metal. There is no reverb, Joe replaced it with noise gates-and they work wonderfully...you'll need a separate reverb pedal or rack-mounted reverb if reverb is a must-have. The 6-button pedal is so easy to program. The silent recording mode works great! The amp is expensive, but it works wonderfully, is built like a tank (in England, not subcontracted to a pacific nation) and provides wonderful tones. The master volume allows you to crank the channel volumes and still maintain your sanity when practicing in a smaller environment or a gig in a smaller location without the need for a power brake or hot plate. And it has all of the power you will need for a gig of any size. All in all, there are very few musical items I have spent this much for that I have felt were worth every penny...but this is one of them. Matches perfectly with a Marshall 1960 4x12 cabinet. I have played through it with my '57 Les Paul Reissue and '99 American Strat, both sounded amazing. Utilizing the crunch channel with my Kramer Nightswan brought back the 80's by sounding like the shredder guitar being played through a cranked JCM800...and there's still the two OD channels after that. If you are considering this amp and you have the means to get it, don't hesitate...it's worth it!

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  • Marshall JVM410H Joe Satriani

    As reviewed by Roberto Bettancourt on 12/27/2012

    I play in a band, that we cover classic rock, blues, grunge,etc...With this amp, I am able to get a really nice clean sound and at the same time get a Overdrive/crunch sound when needed. This amp is like having a little bit of each part of Marshall Amps history all in one. I still have my Fender Hot Rod and the bigger guns with this Marshall. Another great thing are the Noise gates, which keep the feedback down. I bought a Boss Fender Reverb pedal, to cover that missing element. You wont be dissapointed.

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  • Best Marshall since the 6100

    As reviewed by chris on 11/24/2014

    The honeymoon period is over & I still play it for HOURS a day! I love it, a keeper for sure. The BEST all around head I have ever played through or owned. It has every tone I will ever need and they ALL sound great! Finding a perfect amp that I could afford was a long journey. A list of other high gain heads I have owned or have had some experience with - Blackstar HT Stage 100 (ok head) Bogner Ubershall (SICK!) Bugera 333 (tone=great;quality=bad) Bugera 1990 (still own it but see above...) Carvin V3 (nice amp, a poor man's Boogie) Egnater Vengeance (tone=lifeless IMO) Jet City JCA50 (still own it;best Chinese-made head for tone & quality) Jet City JCA100 (great gain channel, real nice quality) Marshall DSL100 (the only comparable one to the JS) Marshall JCM800 Reissue (a one-trick pony... but a great trick) Marshall Mode 4 (horrible head;nice cab) Mesa Boogie Tri Axis preamp with the matching Mesa Boogie Simul-Class290 power amp (overrated & VERY expen$ive) and of course... a Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier (IF you can dial it in... a great lead tone with one of the worst clean channels out there; bad effects loop as well... OVERRATED!!) I was never totally impressed by the Mesa rack stuff. The Ubershall has one of the best distortion tones I've ever heard, a nice clean as well, but it is expensive, a bit stiff and has limited functions. The Carvin has a nice clean and the best effects loops on any amp I ever used. Very versatile. I'm very impressed by the tone and build quality of the Jet City amps, but they have limited functions. The JCM800 is a one trick pony. The same can be said about the Rectifier. So I tried the JVM410H and loved it, especially the clean channel. The crunch wasn't so good. The overdrive channel was great except for the uncontrollable feedback and loud hiss at just about any volume. It was totally useless with the gain past 10 o'clock. It's not worth the price unless you can mod it yourself. So I waited... When the JS version came out I didn't immediately jump on board because I'm not a big Satch fan. I really like classic metal & hard rock tones. (Priest, Sabbath, Queen and "newer" stuff like Mercyful Fate/King Diamond, early Megadeth, Metallica's first three albums etc) and the JVM410HJS delivers that tone in spades. The JS has excellent clean tones but I feel the stock version's cleans are slightly better. But that is the only channel IMO that is comparable to the JS version. The crunch channel on the JS is UNREAL. We have all seen Marshalls on stage with more classic and modern bands than any other brand of amplifier. This isn't a coincidence. NOTHING sounds as good in a band setting. The overdrive channels are killer. I can tweak it till the cows come home and I still can't get it to sound bad! If the overdrive 2 tone of the stock JVM is what you want, the mid-shift button will take you there. I have finally found my tone or the tone in my head as Blackstar says... but just not with a Blackstar. Buy this amp if you want to end tone chasing forever. I am now a happy and content guitarist as far as amps go. Now to find the perfect guitar...

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