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    Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack
    Was: $85.00 $6499.00
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    Marshall DSL100H and MX412A 4x12 100W All-Tube Half Stack
    Was: $1,900.00 $1,29999.00
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    Marshall Micro Stack 1W Guitar Combo Amp
    Was: $60.00 $4999.00
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    Marshall MG Series MG15CFXMS 15W Guitar Mini Stack
    Was: $540.00 $39999.00
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    Marshall JVM410H and 1960AV Half Stack
    Was: $5,300.00 $3,54999.00
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    Marshall JVM410H and 1936 2x12 Tube Guitar Half Stack
    Was: $4,640.00 $3,04999.00
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    Marshall DSL15H / MX212 15W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack w/ Celestion Seventy 80's
    Was: $1,160.00 $79999.00
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    Marshall DSL100H and MX412A&B 100W All-Tube Full Stack
    Was: $2,550.00 $1,32999.00
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    Marshall DSL100H / MX212 100W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack w/ Celestion Seventy 80's
    Was: $1,720.00 $1,14999.00
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  2. Marshall JVM410H, 1960AV, and 1960BV Tube Guitar Full Stack
    Was: $7,050.00 $4,74999.00
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  3. Marshall 1959HW, 1960AHW, and 1960BHW Tube Guitar Full Stack
    Was: $8,900.00 $5,69999.00
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  4. Marshall Plexi 1959SLP, 1960AX, and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack
    Was: $7,500.00 $4,99999.00
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  1. Marshall JTM45, 1960AX, and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack
    Was: $6,360.00 $4,34999.00
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  2. Marshall 2555X Silver Jubilee Reissue 100W Tube Guitar Amplifier Full Stack
    Was: $6,180.00 $4,49997.00
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  3. Marshall JVM410 Head with 1960A and 1960B Tube Guitar Full Stack Regular
    Was: $6,150.00 $4,14999.00
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  4. Marshall JCM800 2203X, 1960A, and 1960B Tube Guitar Full Stack
    Was: $6,350.00 $4,24999.00
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  1. Marshall Plexi 1959SLP and 1960TV Tube Guitar Half Stack
    Was: $5,700.00 $3,79999.00
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  2. Marshall 1959 SLP and 1960AX Half Stack
    Was: $5,700.00 $3,79999.00
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  3. Marshall JCM800 2203X Vintage and 1960AV Half Stack
    Was: $5,500.00 $3,64999.00
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  4. Marshall 2061X and 2061CX 2x12 Tube Guitar Half Stack
    Was: $3,700.00 $2,84999.00
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From Jimi Hendrix at Monterey Pop to Johnny Ramone at London's Rainbow Theatre, the unmistakable look and sheer power of a Marshall stack was present during many of rock'n'roll's most historic moments. In fact, Jim Marshall is considered to be the father of the modern stack, and his first model was designed specifically for The Who's Pete Townshend, who as we all know, took volume to a whole other level with his killer, whirlwind-style guitar playing. Today, Marshall's line of stacks includes everything from 4x12 all-tube half stacks to even mini micro stacks that are small enough to hold in one hand. If you're already familiar with the high-gain ferocity of a Marshall stack, then any one of the options here will impress you. Of course, depending on where you're playing, you might not need anything that's too colossal in size and sound. For example, if you play smaller-sized clubs or if you're looking for something to record with, go with the DSL15H / MX212 15W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack. A portable powerhouse, this all-tube beast features 4-way EQ, Mid-Shift button, Deep button for added bass boost and two footswitchable channels: Classic Gain and Ultra Gain. The other piece of this stack is the MX212, which contains two Celestian speakers and MDF construction. Combined, this stack will certainly leave your audience begging for more. Now, if you often play the biggest venues in town and really want to blow the roof off each place, take a look at the JVM410H, 1960AV, and 1960BV Tube Guitar Full Stack. Basically, the Marshall all-valve, JVM410H 100-Watt tube head is the most versatile Marshall amp ever made. Boasting Clean, Crunch, OD1 and OD2 channels, the amount of punch and crunch that can come from this head will have ears ringing for days. Additionally, the 1960V Vintage Speaker Cabinet delivers exceptional tone at any volume and is loaded with Celestian 30 speakers. As you can imagine, Marshall's line of stacks just keeps going from there; you'll even find models with emblazed Custom Tattoo graphics from world-famous tattoo artists. Your best bet is to jump right into this catalog and check out everything Marshall has in store - no doubt, the perfect Marshall stack for you is waiting right here.
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