Avis sur Marshall JVM410C
Global rating: 4.4/5 4.4
5 étoiles (4)
4 étoiles (2)
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Value For Money : Excellent
" Well ..."By hellpig, 06/19/2012It's all tube 100 with the Marshall sound. Equipped noon (a real plus) two effects loops, parallel and serial, digital reverb ... in short everything the guitarist of the modern needs. (Me in this case) and two master volume, all programmable on the … lire la suite de l'avisIt's all tube 100 with the Marshall sound. Equipped noon (a real plus) two effects loops, parallel and serial, digital reverb ... in short everything the guitarist of the modern needs. (Me in this case) and two master volume, all programmable on the pedal to recall programs or via MIDI. [b]UTILIZATION[/b] Utilsation side of marshall is therefore thought to be easier even if thanks to super programmable pedal can go far in the functions, the trick is easy to approach one has understood the trick (that is to say very quickly) To program the footswitch with the user manual in Briton is something else but overall is well ca. [b]SOUNDS[/b] I play rock mostly covered by the register and this amp is very broad. It captures the nuances of different micro and used guitars. The sound is thick and easy to find in 5 minutes. Flat still sounds very saturated for that, even if they sound good, but it blows a lot means that if there is no noise around. Not death still a little noise gate and voila. In short, the spectrum covered by this amp suits me but at the highest point, open the cabinet with Celestion marshall to leave me on my hunger, I went on a 2 * 12 connected to the combo initially and eventually replace by the same thing in mind more baffle. The sound of the combo alone is very well anyway. [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] This is a very versatile amp that sounds really very good. The extra is clear and warm enough to play jazz and other ... I preferred this amp to a Fender Hot Rod at the store ... Today I no longer have this combo, I exchanged against a head as I plug in a 2 * 12 and the homemade stuff sounds monstrous. IN fact I always blamed her lack of box this amp is the open back. Few low except at high volume but the sound changes to acute as well. Today so I found my sound but I still advise this amp for those who want something versatile in a pretty box. (Heavy box anyway ...) Good animal goes!
" Great amp!"By palmazou, 03/08/2012I'm not going back on the technical features already mentioned above - it has power to spare, even in the festival, it releases a volume of sick! UTILIZATION Very s! Mple and easy to use. Anyway, I also used a simple way: 3 sounds - a clean -… lire la suite de l'avisI'm not going back on the technical features already mentioned above - it has power to spare, even in the festival, it releases a volume of sick! [b]UTILIZATION[/b] Very s! Mple and easy to use. Anyway, I also used a simple way: 3 sounds - a clean - a crunch and a lead [b]SOUNDS[/b] I think the sounds are really good for those who love vintage. This is not an amp for Trash Metal, though, but for the rare good rock, I highly recommend I have, besides this, an AC30, a Fender Bandmaster and a Fender Showman If these amps have undeniable qualities, they do not have the versatility of the Marshall I play only on Gibson and Rickenbacker: 1335, an SG and a Rickenbacker 360 Here it is in action in concert: http://youtu.be/cxzfhbt9w_c [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] I use it for a year, I needed an amp portable, with different volumes - I totally satifsait. Both club and in large rooms, it gives me satisfaction The only thing is it is heavy!, But hey, it's a full amp lamps, so it is normal
" an amp crazy"By hazy geo, 02/18/2012everything was already said to all lamps amp with 4 channels and three types of gain per channel green, orange and red in it to care under the foot 100 W lamps while it's heavy it rivals even combos seamlessly with the head and 4 * 12 settings ar… lire la suite de l'aviseverything was already said to all lamps amp with 4 channels and three types of gain per channel green, orange and red in it to care under the foot 100 W lamps while it's heavy it rivals even combos seamlessly with the head and 4 * 12 settings are very simple and accessible, however it is not the amp that I recommend to a beginner [b]UTILIZATION[/b] super simple config all times you still have it use the multilingual manuals :-) For once it's cool brief must be used because for my part I did not see immediately how the switch assigned such an example of fooswitch the overdrive channel 2 this function is very practical and its all come good one is the foot [b]SOUNDS[/b] So I play rock grunge to blues to heavy metal and even see in it is terrible bluesy crunch channel is fabulous although I find that at the clean channel you can expect a better but still remains Bonnard I play on 93 of prs prefactory CE24 therefore with double windings splitter but then I change into simple as I want and in both cases is the band without its problem of sick that this sends is terrible amps [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] I've had it about a month and I finally found a powerful amp with big sound and lots of saturated channel at value for money is adequate although I find that the price difference between the head + 4/12 is not huge with combos seen most of his combos hand side less bulky and I can say that Matters turned serious I would have expected to see at least 100 200 euros less but I bought it on www.quedesamplis.com and I unhesitatingly resservirais home because prices are competitive with the other dealer was delivering it is quickly and the package is not baloté in all directions now try the amp in a store before the buy is better ^ ^ lol
"EEEHhh I'll pass!"By iamqman, 05/18/2011This is the exact same amp as the Marshall JVM 410H but just in a combo version. You will have all the same tone and features as you would with the head. However, the amp may sound different since it is coming out of a 2x12 cab rather than a 4x12 cab… lire la suite de l'avisThis is the exact same amp as the Marshall JVM 410H but just in a combo version. You will have all the same tone and features as you would with the head. However, the amp may sound different since it is coming out of a 2x12 cab rather than a 4x12 cabinet. This is stating the obvious I know, but just to let the people who are just coming into this type of market know ahead of time. Marshall JVM410C 100 Watt 2x12" Combo Two Celestion 12" speakers 5 x ECC83 (12AX7s) and 4 x EL34s 4 independent channels 3 footswitchable modes Studio quality Digital Reverb 2 footswitchable Master Volumes Two FX loops - Series/Parallel Emulated line out 6-way footswitch with memory Channel switching via MIDI Made in England [b]UTILIZATION[/b] Details Type Tube Number of Channels 4 Power 100W Speakers 1 x 12" Vintage, 1 x 12" Heritage No Effects Reverb Yes EQ Treble, Middle, Bass No Amp Modeling Number of Tubes 9 Preamp Tubes 4 x ECC83 Power Tubes 1 x ECC83, 4 x EL34 Inputs 1 x Instrument Outputs 5 x Speaker, 1 x XLR (Emulated Line) Footswitch I/O Yes Effects Loop Yes Height 20" Width 27.7" Depth 10.43" Weight 76.1 lbs. [b]SOUNDS[/b] Perhaps I didn't give it a fair shake but I just couldn't get past how much noise this thing had. Plus it felt cheap to me. The sound was similar to a Line 6 simulator. It didn't feel natural at all. Nothing about this amp felt like a real amp except maybe channel one or two. I used all kinds of guitars with this thing to make it sound good such as Strats, Tele, LP's, Wolfgang and even a Rickenbacker. Nothing could make this thing sound natural. Allow me to preface this by saying I had owned a Splawn QR and comparing the two was not fair. The Splawn was so far superior that it was pointless to even keep this amp. This amp wasn't even in the same league. [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] My opinion on this amp is to pass it up. Get a DSL 100 if you want high gain Marshall or get a JCM 800, modify it or slap a SD-1 in front for about have the price as this amp. If you want to buy an amp with high gain Marshall tones then get a Quickrod. If you want a huge low end amp then get a Nitro. Just don't waste your time with this amp. I would not recommend this amp to anyone. At new prices they are over $2600. At used you may find it as good as I did for $1600. Save half that and get an DSL. Or save part and buy an 800 or a used Splawn. There are many better options out there to be had than this amp.
"Very good versatility and excellent sonnorités"By Thaddée, 06/10/2010* What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)? Amp any lamp, look for specifications in the previous opinion, everything is listed. * What is the power delivered? The power of 100W may sound a lot, especially if like me you played with … lire la suite de l'avis* What type of amplification (lamp, transistor ,...)? Amp any lamp, look for specifications in the previous opinion, everything is listed. * What is the power delivered? The power of 100W may sound a lot, especially if like me you played with an old tube amp from the front with a master of poor quality (master of the type: either not heat lamps and the sound resembles that of a transistor or heat lamps but his screams for use in home). Here the 100w is not a problem, the master works really well, no attenuator / modifications required to reduce the volume at home. * What connections? For connectivity, it has almost everything: from noon, input / output amplifiers, effects loop (parallel and serial), an emulated sound output, an input format for the footswitch jack. My only complaint is that the amp did not have headphones. That can be emulated via output. The amp is not stereo either. * What are the settings, effects? ... The 4-channel amp, each channel with its own button to change the mode (3 levels of gain per channel), it adds an equation to 3-band classic but works well, a volume knob, a knob of gain, a knob of reverb. There are also 2 master, ideal if you have to change the volume quickly to highlight or otherwise blend into the mix. Finally there are 2 knobs: presence and resonance that are used respectively to boost bass and treble. The footswitch on it has 2 modes: a mode where it controls a stupid way the amp: The 6 buttons are assigned so that the first 4 control each channel, press again the button on the channel you want is, you change the mode to mode with more gain (not switch to one with less gain at least to make a full rotation of modes), the last 2 buttons are used to when they turned to the reverb and switcher to a master volume to another. The second mode is much more interesting: you can directly saved presets on the switches to switch from one sound to another without loss of time to switch between channels / modes. Finally you can also connect a MIDI pedal. I note 9 / 10 for this part: the build quality does not seem bad at all, I like the grille that protects the rear of the amp, it avoids the hassle during transportation for example. [b]UTILIZATION[/b] * The configuration is simple? Clearly yes. I played on Mesa DC3 before, and it was really something else to find the sound we were looking for (although the opportunities to end with two channels were far more important than what Marshall). Here we have the simplicity of these amps "old school" (you turn a knob for the desired effect) while having the armada and sound settings as found on newer amps Channels (apart from the last two may be) are very different from each other, either at the level of earnings, either at the texture of sound. So we know pretty quickly what channel to choose. It's the same for modes, all very different from each other. * Gets it easy to sound good? Yes, it's really an amp plug & play: both my Lag Roxane my Jazzmaster, all knob it sounds at noon, and 3 bands are basic equations were no surprises by turning a knob, if you add bass , it adds bass, that's all, so no trouble getting the sound you want for the little that is producible by a couple of your guitar and the jvm of course. * The manual is clear and sufficient? ... The manual is quite clear and addresses all the points (at least so far I've never had the impression that they have forgotten something). He has a little comm 'in it, which is pretty funny (I do not see the point of even brushing the hair of its product when the customer has in his hands). I really have nothing to blame on that front in the sense that the concept is one adheres Marshall at the use settings or not one adheres, but in this case I do not see the point of buy it. No criticism can be done either on the quantity of modes / channels because they are very distinct from each other, or he must really be in bad faith to say we're lost. 10/10 [b]SOUNDS[/b] * Will it fit your style of music? I chose this amp because I wanted something more versatile and geared clean / crunch, since I direct myself more and more towards electro, jazz, etc. ... The amp clearly very versatile, but only criticism for me is having a little trouble to get his grain-free metal cutting mediums. Even cutting the midrange to the extreme that grain was still very Marshall. That said, I have no guitar mic level output, and I almost never play metal, so it does not bother me more than that. * With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play? I have 3 guitars: A Lag RX100 (first series, produced in France), modified and equipped with PAF Pro in bridge, Air Norton side handle, a Fender Jazzmaster 62 'AVRI of origin, and a Lag JV200 home. I use as a Dunlop Crybaby 535Q whawha. * What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)? The clean and crunch surely have been the trigger for the purchase for me, and clean all by itself worth the trip. It's a clean clean, incredibly bubbly, always with this bump in the upper midrange to own Marshall. Compared to the image that I have clean the MTJ, the clean the JVM is much less round than the JTM. The various modes used to obtain cleans that we will more or less easy to reach saturation, or clean a bit more muscular. Crunches are very good too, ranging from a crunch / clean where the sound goes on attack over cruncher heavy to very heavy crunch on the verge of saturation. It may also be creamy enough especially in crunch mode 2 and 3 of the crunch. Both channels are saturated when very close to them, and used to obtain more or less saturated overdrive, overdrive ranging from classic to ultra saturated sound. To return to what I said above, if I had only one comment to make on the sounds of the amp, it would be on those channels where the original saturated it is relatively difficult to obtain its grain without saturation even digging in the far middle and playing with my Roxane who microphones typed his recent enough, so to see the day when I have a guitar to microphone level output if it sounds more metal. In any case the big hard rock or metal to the former, there's everything you need. With regard to characterize the sound, I'd say it's Marshall, we like it or not the side a bit garish, especially where the harmonics in the treble, similar to the hump in the midrange. If you want a Mesa or Fender type sound, do not look for noon at 14h and take a Fender or Mesa. In defects: it lacks bass and volume pot that can boost overall past have never been at 0 since I have. It refers particularly clean. Another shortcoming is to my taste (but unfortunately like many amp) the original reverb, and this for two things: not too annoying, every time I turn the amp, the first time I turned Reverb, the amp is a kind of "frrrrr" Within a second, then the sound does not happen at all until the next time I made it back on and again this noise. This is not especially troublesome when you forget to defuse this sound before launching into a song with reverb passage. The second point is the quality of the reverb. It is a basic reverb, nothing more. It's good when you do not pedal reverb, otherwise I can not find it specially good. * What are the sounds you prefer, you hate? The clean and crunch channels are by far those in which I spend the most time. The overdrives are cool, and there is clearly scope between the overdrive to make a big rhythmic chatter for the solo are having a soft or otherwise will be sharp, or heavy rhythmic saturated to the extreme. That sounds like the least? certainly those related to the original reverb, but it does not bother me that much in the way I prefer to have good clean / crunch / overdrive reverb a good example (relatively easy to buy a reverb pedal by changing the cons of a clean amp, good luck). I put 9 / 10 on this point, maybe I would see my grade when I spent more guitar heavy typed in, but so far I have always had what I wanted from him. I remove a point for that and for the reverb, although I am relatively confident that the majority of players are now moving pedals reverb (unless exceptional amp). [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] * For how long have you been using it? I use it daily 1 to 2 hours per day for 3 months. * What thing do you like most/least about it? Positive: - The amp is versatile in the extreme. - No need to bother with pedals crunch or distortion (with exceptions). - Very good sound quality. - The price. - A master really works. Negative: - Reverb really mean and who makes a funny noise the first time they are used. - No headphone conventional (thank you master). * Did you try many other models before getting this one? I tried a Fender Twin among others, a voc AC30, a Laney Lionheart, a Mesa Triple Rectifier, and before I owned a Mesa / Boogie DC-3. I have not tested Peavy because I was fairly shocked by the last series (the "successor" of 5150 and the Joe Satriani signature series especially). To fast on the choice compared to these amps: - Fender Twin: clean and reverb beautiful than the JVM, but good luck to catch original crunch / overdrive without investing in an armada of pedals. If the price of the amp was lower, maybe I should take the plunge. - Vox AC30: one that clearly makes me hesitate, I am clean of the crackpot AC, I would not say of course not divine crunch they produce, and sounds obtained with the latter moving from various guitars and varied (for those who know, Akira Yamaoka played with an Ibanez Universe in an AC30). The only thing that repelled me: fear of having a share of worries volume (if I wanted to push the crunch) and also because I wanted to have two channels truly independent. - Laney Lionheart: not really in the same category, so probably a good small tube amp to begin with, but I have not been attracted, especially by the more clean that way. - Mesa Triple Rectifier, not really the same category in the other direction, much more expensive, not the same use. The amp is obviously excellent, but it's not what I was looking for (much heavier, and access high gain). I also tested the first version of the JVM 2-channel, and seeing the price difference with the 4 channel version, I jumped on it. * What is your opinion about the value for the price? I found the quality / price excellent for 4-channel versions, not especially for version 2 channels (one 100aine euros difference between the two models for double features). If compared to the competition: 4 channels independent customizable particularly, a relatively good connectivity, and a price around the same level as competitors (except vox which is cheaper it seems). In terms of physical quality of the amp, I often read criticisms here and there on the quality of finished Marshalls. Personally I also find it a cheap mouth, for example there is a slight gap at the intake side amp power supply. Now yesterday I'm going to a concert, and after 30mins beautiful head Marshall falls from the top of its 4 * 12 cabinet. Ouch? The staff quickly refoule head on his cabinet, reconnect the scratch takes some clean, and then chained in a furious solo distortion, the head was exchanged with caution otherwise it sounded very well. I prefer that than the reverse: a beautiful object that goes well but eventually fell in the road every week. * Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ... To summarize, I think a person needing a versatile amp up without the stress level of sound quality can pounce eyes closed: it sounds good, it will in all styles, it respects the guitar fairly well past input. I clear them what I wanted: a multi-channel amplifier where each channel is independent and allows me to have fun in all styles. I note the amp in general at 10, because I think clearly that's something for his money. Reliability remains to be seen in time (we are never sure of anything).
"poufinou's review"By poufinou, 06/03/2008- 100 Watts "all tube", 5 x ECC83 (12AX7 in the European designation) and 4 EL34. - 2 HP 12 "Celestion - 4 channels. - 3 modes per channel (3 gain stages). - 3-band EQ (low, mid, treble) independent channel. - Controls the gain and volume i… lire la suite de l'avis- 100 Watts "all tube", 5 x ECC83 (12AX7 in the European designation) and 4 EL34. - 2 HP 12 "Celestion - 4 channels. - 3 modes per channel (3 gain stages). - 3-band EQ (low, mid, treble) independent channel. - Controls the gain and volume independent per channel. - Control Reverb, Resonance and Presence independent for each channel. - Master Volume 2. - Exit "recording silence" in the HP emulation XLR. - Effects Loop in series and parallel. - 128 MIDI presets - Comes with a 6-channel programmable pedal. - Dim (mm): 690 x 510 x 265 - Weight: 35 Kgs Good quality of contruction is solid. As against the finish is not at some high-end competitors (like Mesa Boogie, for example), but the price is lower, with sound quality that are well established and have the same reference. I put 9 for that reason alone. [b]UTILIZATION[/b] For the record: Victoria = James Marshall JVM. James Charles Marshall (JCM) is Jim Marshall, the one everyone knows. Victoria is her daughter. 4 channels, each with three levels of increasing saturation, visualized by the color of the corresponding LED, gain tone, Reverb, Resonance, Presence independent for each channel ... just by writing it gives a headache! In short not easy to use, it takes a little time to make adjustments for each channel and especially not after all that disrupt! For beautiful against versatility and opportunities. The manual is clear and once you understand it's not complicated to use. Sound: beautiful, regardless of the channel. So many possibilities there is something for everyone (taking a little time anyway). [b]SOUNDS[/b] What is the JVM-410? The new flagship combo Marshall today. It draws its glorious elders and goes further. On the pre-amplification circuits found JTM-45 and JCM-800, for the amplification stage he took the components of the JCM-800 and Super Lead. On channel 1 we find the clean sounds very vintage with a not very special Marshall: the tone controls are pre-gain (and not post-gain as usual in the constructor). That provides a wider sound range. Channel 2 is more conventional and incorporates the sounds of Plexi JTM-45 and JCM-800. Channel 3 is a JCM-800 pushed to the maximum, and beyond ... Channel 4 is dedicated to the sounds Mrshall the new millennium: more gain. I play rather heavy but also lighter. The clean channel is beautiful and is alone worth a visit. For channels saturated, it y'en for everyone: the dirty crunch to the metal edge and the bare metal drop-C, there is everything you want with excellent quality always. An amp to do everything, but mostly that does everything very well. [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] I use it for several months. Amp versatile, with multiple parameters, not always easy to adjust, but everyone will find the sound he wants, with a little patience. Sound: beautiful, whatever the configuration. The price: more than 1800 euros is not cheap, but it is an "all-tube" and if we compare to a Mesa-boogie such (more expensive !!!), it's very interesting. Marshall is a legend affordable compared to some competitors, with a sound quality that has nothing to be ashamed. Although the quality of finish is back, but when you plug it in and you close your eyes, it does not care. I put 9 / 10 because the use is sometimes made head (the price of versatility). A great amp for everyone.
"escudero's review"By escudero, 02/21/2007This little combo is amazing! Amplification entirely lamp for a power of 100W! It's really impressive and its connection could not be simpler. A "jack-jack" to connect the footswitch ... it's fantastic, no need for cable scientist. A four-channel amp… lire la suite de l'avisThis little combo is amazing! Amplification entirely lamp for a power of 100W! It's really impressive and its connection could not be simpler. A "jack-jack" to connect the footswitch ... it's fantastic, no need for cable scientist. A four-channel amp completely independent and a little cherry on the cake ... each channel has three selections. Four knobs for reverb (one per channel) ... plus it's easy to use ... really found the "Plug'n Play" made in Marshall. I bought this combo and liquidated my big equipment to gain usability ... but beware, the little light is not at all!?! [b]UTILIZATION[/b] Regarding its use, Marshall has really broken on this one ... is simple ... you tune a guitar, you are the branches ... Tournicoti a little here, a little there ... Tournicoti and it's done. As for the manual ... there's no saw in the factory packaging!?! [b]SOUNDS[/b] The clean sound is really surprising! it is by itself the price of the amp ... For those who love the big Marshall sound, you will not be disappointed! The advantage of this product is that it is considerably Polivalente! [b]OVERALL OPINION[/b] Hello world ... apparently I'm the first to give an opinion on this product. Initially, when I looked for the price ... I thought ... Marshall must really be sure of what he sells. I researched a little to the left and right and finally in the same type of product, I met Roadstar Mesa Boogie ... and frankly for CHF 2'000 .- (approx. € 1'300 .-) difference, there is really no comparison. Vive Marshall and hope that this time we can say that after the rain has cleared up! PS: I do not endorse (lol)