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Marshall MG Series MG10CF 10W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp (M-MG10CF-U)
Marshall MG Series MG10CF 10W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp
  • New: $79.99
  • Blemished: $70.39
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 4.000000
Marshall JVM Series JVM215C 50W 1x12 Tube Combo Amp (M-JVM215C-U)
Marshall JVM Series JVM215C 50W 1x12 Tube Combo Amp
  • $1,849.99
  • Restock: $1,499.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Marshall 1960AX 100W 4x12 Guitar Extension Cabinet (M-1960AX-U)
Marshall 1960AX 100W 4x12 Guitar Extension Cabinet
  • $1,299.99
  • Restock: $1,062.50
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Marshall 1960AHW or 1960BHW 120W 4x12 Extension Cabinet (M-1960BHW-U)
Marshall 1960AHW or 1960BHW 120W 4x12 Extension Cabinet
  • New: $1,499.99
  • Blemished: $1,319.99
  • Restock: $1,199.99
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Marshall 1936 2x12 Cabinet (M-1936-E)
Marshall 1936 2x12 Cabinet
  • New: $749.99
  • Blemished: $659.99
  • Restock: $599.99
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Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head (M-JVM410HJS-U)
Marshall JVM410HJS Joe Satriani Tube Guitar Amp Head
  • $2,599.99
  • Restock: $1,999.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000

Marshall Amps. All you have to do is say the name and the images that are conjured up are as iconic as the brand itself: Pete Townshend of the Who doing windmills, Angus Young of AC/DC duck walking across the stage while tearing through the riffs of Back in Black, Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page captivating the entire world with his solos during the Song Remains the Same concert in New York City. When you think of definitive moments in rock music, odds are they took place in front of a fabled “wall of Marshalls.”

Marshall valve amps and cabs have been made in England since 1966 when Jim Marshall began building his own amps in Hanewll, west London. Musicians began coming to him looking for the “perfect sound.” They wanted something more powerful, something with more tone, and above all else, they wanted something loud. What Jim came up with went on to become the archetypal rock guitar amplifier. The Marshall sound was born, and it has been a part of popular music ever since. Read More >