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Cowboy54's review - Marshall JVM215C

type of amplification: Any Lamp
50 watts
extensive connection
no effects, just reverb


The controls are fairly simple, plug and play virtually
we obtain a good sound quickly
not need the manual
it has 3 modes per channel (green, orange, red)
for each channel: gain, treble, middle, bass, volume
two reverb
two master (super convenient)
a presence and Raisonnance


yes it is in my style
super versatile
a beautiful crystal clean, we have a little shape to her well-posed in the bass!
one little e play everything from blues, pop, rock, hard rock, heavy metal, thrash
just a shame the sound is not modern enough (c why I sell)
I love the two channel mode Orange, with a gain pushed, we can play good guns in n'roses up megadeth, metallica!
oragne mode of channel 1 is almost useless for my taste!
I use it with 3 jackson:
one randy rhoads Japanese
Japanese warrior one
and Soloist USA
obviously everything sounds better with the soloist and the amp meets perfectly the instrument!


I use it for 2 years now
I tried a peavey 6505 has no lights and it was a shit, cool! targeted metal too ... and still not great sound!
best on this amp and its versatility and much needed 50 watts concert anyway transplanted on the sound!
I paid € 1400 it's a little expensive anyway!
I will not repeat that choice and I orienterai rather to the German Diezel and ENGL