Marshall 4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]
Marshall 4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989], Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall in the JCM800 series.

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iamqman 14/12/2011

Marshall 4210 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"Classic old British tone"

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Marshall amplification is one of those iconic amp companies that is so synonymous with the music world in general. They have been so easily recognize primarily because of the hard rock guys from the 70s and 60s who really put this company to the forefront for many people. They have such a great sound, great voicing, and pretty much any style of music around. This is one of those simple JCM amplifiers for Marshall that is a split channel JCM 800. The JCM 800 is one of those amplifiers that was almost exclusively used throughout the 80's. It was a great tone and had a fast pick attack that was used by almost every guitars throughout the decade.


You basically have two channels with a reverb unit and that is about it for features go. The clean and dirty channel is cool for the person who needs multiple channels but it wasn't necessary back when they made it and it eventually fizzled out.


If you ever played a Marshall JCM 800 amplifier and you know pretty much exactly the sound that you're going to get with this combo. This is a 50 W combo that has to split channels with a reverb section. So it has a little bit more features than a standard JCM 800 would have. You basically have your clean and distortion channel with a touch of a reverb unit. This is 50 W of power so the power section of the amplifier is going to be a little saggy and looser than 100 on amplifier > Usually hundred watt amplifiers have more headroom and they tend to break up in the distortion sound a lot later.


These amplifiers have been discontinued for a while but you can certainly find them in the used sections of many classifieds. They're pretty easily to be found and if you find a good one then you're probably going to want to hang on to it. These amplifiers were only made for certain limited amount time so they could be collectors items at some point in the future.