Since releasing their first amp, the "Number One" in September of 1962, Marshall has been answering the call of guitarists from around the globe who are looking to make their sound sharper, richer and above all louder. Backed by industry greats like Pete Townshend, Angus Young of AC/DC and Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Marshall guitar amps have made their mark on the world music stage. Browse through our impressive selection of guitar amps and see for yourself what Marshall can bring to your musical journey.
For musicians who crave killer sound but don't want to be tied to the stage, Marshall has the Micro Amp series. This pint-sized powerhouse operates on battery power and is the perfect way to make music on the move. The Marshall MS-2 Mini Amp clips right to your belt and features controls for overdrive, tone and volume. Ready to rock with a single 9V battery, the MS-2 Mini is outfitted with a headphone jack and a classic Marshall grill cloth. Need just a bit more volume? Check out the MS-4 Micro Stack. Standing at just 9-3/4", this compact amp features 2 speaker cans with a head and fully-functional gain, volume and tone controls.
Now, if you're looking for top-of-the-line tone, you might want to consider the 1962HW 30W 2x12 Hardwired Tube Guitar Combo Amp. This hand-soldered, all-valve amp is a re-creation of the classic Series II 1962 2x12" combo that was famously used by Eric Clapton and John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. Its circuitry includes four ECC83s, two KT66s in the power stage and a GZ234 rectifier, which gives this combo amp its joyous output stage compression and crisp, clean sustain. All this, along with a pair of 25 watt, 12" Celestion G12-C Greenback speakers, makes the 1962HW ideal for any rocker who wants to bring the house down.
And Marshall's line of guitar amps goes well beyond these few examples. In fact, there are hundreds of other amplifiers to choose from as well, so be sure to explore the rest of their catalog. Whether you're playing sold-out stadium shows or jamming in your garage, Marshall guitar amps are ready to rock from your first set straight through to your last encore.