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Marshall Amps

Known for their signature “crunch”, Marshall were game-changers in developing the saturated “distorted” sound that we are all familiar with.

With renowned players including Angus Young (AC/DC), Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society) and Joe Satriani on their roster, Marshall’s reputation is as good as it has ever been.

History of Marshall

Marshall Amplification was founded by Jim Marshall in 1962. Owning a shop in London that stocked a variety of musical instruments, most notably drums, Jim’s high-calibre customers (including Pete Townsend and Ritchie Blackmore) encouraged him to stock guitars and amps.

Hearing their frustrations at not finding the sound they wanted, Jim took this as a request and with a small team started to build amplifiers. As they say, the rest is history…

Early amplifiers included the iconic ’59 Super Lead (“Plexi”), a tube-powered head with incredible volume and headroom that could fill the biggest of venues. Legendary acts such as Led Zeppelin and The Jimi Hendrix Experience used this amp, cranking them to pioneer that famous Marshall grit.

Since then, Marshall has released an incredible amount of respected amplifiers. Highlights include the 2203 & 2204 heads unveiled in the mid-70s, which featured dedicated distortion circuitry and became trend-setters in the amp world. This lead to the JCM800 series, with a “modern” sound that laid down the foundation for 80’s rock/metal tones. The hybrid Valvestate series hit stores in the early 90s, giving younger players the chance to get great valve-esque tones at an affordable price. Later in the decade, the company produced their own line of effects pedals, which have remained a part of their catalogue ever since.


Expanding their range with combos, acoustic guitar amplifiers and bass amps over the years, Marshall provide guitarists and bassists with incredible tone and quality.

Their current range includes the flagship JVM amplifiers, pure valve heads/combos that capture all of the tones from their classic amplifiers. Going strong more than 10 years after their release in 2007, the JVM range are modern classics and still remain hugely popular. The DSL amplifiers provide tube-driven tones within the reach of beginner/intermediate players price-wise, whilst the MG and CODE series are affordable solid state/digital beasts that can deliver convincing valve amp sounds.

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*MOHON KONFIRMASI SEBELUM ORDER* *Jangan lupa gunakan garansi untuk produk ini Marshall MS-4 1-watt Battery-powered Micro Stack - Black, Guitar Amplifier Micro Full-stack Madness! The Marshall MS-4 Micro Full-Stack guitar combo amp pumps out a ton of pure Marshall tone for its diminutive size. The MS-4 is ideal for weekend getaways, impromptu jams, and just having fun. One watt may not seem very loud, but trust us - this puppy can crank. You get clean or overdrive settings, gain and tone controls, and your choice of battery or AC power (via an optional adapter). If you're hooked on Marshall tone and can't take your full-sized rig with you - take the Marshall MS-4 Micro Full-Stack instead. Marshall MS-4 Micro Stack Guitar Combo Amp Features at a Glance: Classic Marshall styling in a micro-sized full-stack amp 1 watt of authentic Marshall tone Clean and overdrive settings Volume, gain, and tone controls Headphone jack can also be used to drive an external power amp Battery- or AC-powered (with optional power adapter) Take your tone with you with Marshall's MS-4 Micro Full-Stack! *For More Information Please Klik Chat

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This Marshall full stack sounds great! I bought it new in 2005 and it has never given me any trouble. Theres a little ware and tear on the head and slanted cab but nothing too serious.

Marshal MG100HDFX head

MG412A (angled) and MG412B (straight) 120W 4x12 in. cabinets.

Twin foot switchable channels: Clean and Overdrive

2 modes on each channel:  Clean/Crunch on Clean and OD1/OD2 on Overdrive

Independent tone controls for Bass, Middle, and Treble on each channel

Contour Control for dramatic mid sweep and "scooping"

Emulated Line Out jack and Headphone jack

CD input which allows you to play along to your favorite discs

Built-in Digital Effects: Chorus/Delay, Chorus, Flange and Delay

Separate Digital Reverb with level control

Parallel Effects Loop with mix control

Master Volume

FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping)

I will also include the quarter inch cables to connect the cabs to the head.




Micro Guitar Amp Double Stack

Now you can go wherever you want without having to sacrifice your treasured Marshall tone.

The Marshall MS-4 is the full stack big brother of the MS-2. Use as a guitar amp or connect to iPod/MP3.

Legendary Marshall full stack looks
Volume, tone and overdrive controls
Pull-out tilt stand
Headphone jack that doubles as a preamp out

Batteries and power supply not included.

1 Watt of gut-wrenching power, featuring a headphone jack that doubles as a preamp out, and a battery, so you can rock while you roll.

The MS-4 black full stack is the ultimate in micro rock ‘n’ roll. With separate Gain and Volume controls, you can go from clean to full shred and anywhere in between. It also features a pull-out stand for upward angled sound projection.


– Double speaker stack
– Overdrive control
– A single Tone control for bass and treble
– Volume control
– Headphone output so you can rock in private (can also be used to drive an external amp)
– Pull-out tilt stand

One Year Warranty

southcoastmusic is an authorised Marshall Dealer – one year Australian Marshall warranty applies.


Micro Guitar Amp Double Stack


Full stack marshall

THe story behind the infamous marshall stack

So, what’s the difference between the two 1960’s?

The difference between the 1960A and the 1960B is simply their placement in the stack. The 1960A is the top cab featuring the slightly angled front and the 1960B is the bottom cab with a straight front. Depending on who you ask, people will tell you that because of these slight design differences, the cabs do sound slightly different to one another, with the 1960A being clearer and more balanced, due to the angle of the speaker being aimed more towards the players ear, while the 1960B has much more bass presence. In actual fact, while you may hear a minute difference, both cabs use the same internal parts and are built in the exact same way, so the differences between the two are almost unnoticeable, especially if they are both mic’d up.

Of course, like all Marshall products, the 1960 cabs were subject to a few experiments based on customer requests. The 1960a and b's on sale today stay true to their original sound however we do also have some of the more popular variations from over the years available as the AX/BX, AV/BV, and AHW, BHW cabs. 

Stadium Sized Marshall Wall Cranked in a Small Room!

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