Let’s go back to the beginning. In 1962, in a small shop in Hanwell, Jim Marshall created and began selling the first Marshall amp, a JTM®45. From this the Marshall sound was born. This reissue meticulously replicates this original Marshall sound. Using the GZ34 valve rectifier, it works with the ECC83 and 5881 valves to generate the harmonic and unmistakable Marshall tone.

Don’t underestimate this 30W amp, it definitely packs a punch.

This reissue painstakingly reproduces that legendary, warm and creamy tone of Marshall. Using the four loudness inputs and two loudness options you can mix your sound together to generate a loud blend of crunch and clean.
The clean and warm tones of a first Marshall can marry well with an array of FX pedals.

Model: JTM45 2245
Range: Vintage reissue
Technology: Valve
Channels: 2 (Split)

Output wattage: 30W
Outputs: 2 x 1/4" jack speaker outputs, selectable 16Ω/ 8Ω / 4Ω load
Inputs: 4 (2 x high, 2 x low) "Lead and Bass"
Controls: Presence, bass, middle, treble, high treble/loudness I, normal/loudness II
Effects: None
Effects loop: No

Preamp valves: 2 x ECC83, 1 x ECC83 (phase splitter)
Power amp valves: 2 x 5881
Rectifier: 1 x GZ34

Footswitch: None
Cable: Detachable power cable included, speaker cable included

Weight: 14.6 kg / 32 lbs
Width: 665 mm / 26.2"
Height: 265 mm / 10.4"
Depth: 205 mm / 8.1"

(Photos shown on this listing may not represent the exact instrument purchased)

ConditionBrand New (New)
Brand New items are sold by an authorized dealer or original builder and include all original packaging.learn more
  • 2245 JTM45 MK II Reissue 2-Channel 30-Watt Guitar Amp Head
  • 2022
Made In
  • United Kingdom
  • Tube
  • None

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