Marshall Amps - JVM205H Guitar Amp - 2 Channel 50W Valve Head

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Price$2,110.11
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Estimated ship date: July 13, 2022
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Cosmo Music - The Musical Instrument Superstore
Richmond Hill, Canada
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The British-built, all-valve 50 Watt JVM205H offers a more straightforward two channel preamp, clean/crunch and overdrive, than the JVM410H’s four channels, for guitarists who prefer a more stripped down, ‘fewer frills’ approach. The two independent channels both have three modes. Each mode reconfigures the gain structure of each channel, making six modes in total, which take can you from Plexi/JTM45 cleans through JCM800 to modern high gain tones.

The JVM205H is equipped with the same groundbreaking technology as its big brother, the JVM410H, featuring two studio quality reverbs (one per channel), with individual channel EQ, two master volumes, and a memory that will recall your reverb, FX loop and master settings.

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