Express your personality with this 20W head. The Origin20H provides a classic all-valve, rich and harmonic tone. With sleek styling and modern features this amp is ideal for playing in different environments from bedroom to rehearsal studios and small venues. There is a 2-way footswitch available so you can control the gain boost feature and turn the FX loop on and off.
1987 was a year of celebration. Marshall was 25 years old and Jim Marshall had spent 50 years in the music industry. To celebrate with you, we released the Silver Jubilee available for that year only. In 2015 we brought back a reissue by popular demand with all the features and styling of the original. Built to bring the guitarist to the front of the stage, this amp will make sure you’re heard.
Suitable for all venues from the large arenas and using the power reduction feature from 100w to 50w you can gig at a smaller location.
You can switch with ease between two channels and the lead channel will provide higher gain for that extra level of distortion.
3 x ECC83
4 x EL34
The JCM900 4100 was the next evolutionary step on from the JCM800 Series. This is a precise re-issue of the JCM900 4100, first launched in the early 1990s. This high gain, dual Reverb, all-valve 100 Watt head is still a players’ favourite. Known for its tone and workhorse roadworthiness, the JCM900 4100 has many fans due to its feature set and versatility. Channel A is voiced to be sparklingly clean on lower gain settings, building to a raunchy crunch when driven harder. Channel B takes the gain higher producing tones from silky smooth distortion to searing, saturated scream. The JCM900 4100 is equipped with a series FX Loop with its own Level control for use with rack FX or stomp boxes.
This JCM800 re-issue, 2203 model (’81–’84), is one of the most highly respected 100 Watt Marshall heads. Originally evolving from the ‘Plexi’ head, the JCM800 was one of our first amplifiers to feature a Master Volume control. The JCM800 2203 remains the essence of simplicity; it has one channel with no Reverb. Its purist-pleasing front panel and distinctive roar set the standard by which all other rock amps were judged. And it is still produced because of continued artist use, and of course by popular demand. The only modern addition made to the JCM800 2203 is a tonally transparent Series FX Loop. ‘Playing through the 2203 is like flicking a switch for instant metal-hero status: imperious rock tones roll out effortlessly from your fingertips.