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    Marshall MG100HCFX 100W Head with MG412CF 4x12 Cab
    $59999
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    Marshall MG Series MG15CFXMS 15W Guitar Mini Stack
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    Marshall DSL100H and MX412A 4x12 100W All-Tube Half Stack
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    Marshall JVM410H and 1936 2x12 Tube Guitar Half Stack
    $3,04999
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  1. Marshall DSL100H and MX412A&B 100W All-Tube Full Stack
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    Marshall DSL15H 15W Head with MX212A Cab
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    Marshall DSL15H / MX212 15W 2x12 All Tube Guitar Stack w/ Celestion Seventy 80's
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  4. Marshall JVM410H, 1960AV, and 1960BV Tube Guitar Full Stack
    $4,74999
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  1. Marshall 1959HW, 1960AHW, and 1960BHW Tube Guitar Full Stack
    $5,69999
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  2. Marshall Plexi 1959SLP, 1960AX, and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack
    $4,99999
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  3. Marshall JTM45, 1960AX, and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack
    $4,34999
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  4. Marshall 2555X Silver Jubilee Reissue 100W Tube Guitar Amplifier Full Stack
    $4,49997
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  1. Marshall JVM410 Head with 1960A and 1960B Tube Guitar Full Stack Regular
    $4,14999
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  2. Marshall JCM800 2203X, 1960A, and 1960B Tube Guitar Full Stack
    $4,24999
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  3. Marshall Plexi 1959SLP and 1960TV Tube Guitar Half Stack
    $3,79999
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  4. Marshall 1959 SLP and 1960AX Half Stack
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  1. Marshall JCM800 2203 Vintage Series 100W Guitar Tube Head with 1960AV 280W 4x12 Cab
    $3,64999
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  2. Marshall JCM800 2203 Vintage Series 100W Guitar Tube Head with 1960BV 280W 4x12 Cab
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    Marshall JVM410H and 1960AV Half Stack
    $3,54999
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  4. Marshall JCM800 2203X Vintage and 1960AV Half Stack
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Lots of manufacturers like to claim that their products set the standard in their field, but how many of them are telling the truth? With Marshall, we can safely say that there's at least one. Over the years, we've lost count of the number of amp builders that have tried to duplicate Marshall guitar amp stacks – and all you really need to know is that none have managed to pull it off. Marshall amps have been renowned for their signature "crunch" for more than five decades, and it's still unmatched today. Anyone who has listened to AC/DC (and, really, that's probably everyone) should have an idea what Marshall guitar amp stacks can do. The 1959SLP Vintage Series Tube Head and 1960BX cabinet are mainstays in Mal Young's setup, and you can get them both right here in the 1959SLP, 1960AX and 1960BX Tube Guitar Full Stack. It's a 100-watt powerhouse built around four EL34 and three ECC83 preamp tubes - the same ones you'd find in the renowned Marshall heads from the late '60s. A stack like this is the closest you can get to Mal Young's setup without stealing the real thing. Maybe you'd like a heavier sound like, say, Children of Bodom? Alexi Laiho is another guitarist who rocks a Marshall stack, playing the JVM410H head on a 1960B cabinet. You can get the exact same setup here in a ready-made half stack, or even a full-stack version that includes the 1960AV cabinet as well. You'd be adding your name to a long list of guitar heroes who swear by this setup: aside from Alexi Laiho, that roster also includes Phil Campbell of Motorhead and Adrian Smith of Iron Maiden. Like any amplifier, choosing a Marshall guitar amp stack comes down to your own individual preferences. Do you want to a classic sound or a modern one? How about getting yourself noticed onstage with the Custom Tattoo series, which feature artwork by renowned tattoo artists like Phil Kyle and Vicky Morgan? It's all about what you want in an amplifier stack; the one thing that can be said without question, though, is that you've got good taste in amps if what you want is a Marshall.
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