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Marshall JVM205H 2-Channel 50-Watt Guitar Amp Head (used)

Excellent condition featuring 50 watts of power, two channels, two EL34 power tubes, four ECC83 preamp tubes, one ECC83 phase splitter tube, digital reverb, channel and mode select (button), gain (per channel), treble (per channel), middle (per channel), bass (per channel), reverb (per channel), presence, resonance, master volume select, and master volume (switchable for each channel) controls, effects loop, five speaker outputs, MIDI in/out, black covering, black grill cloth with white Marshall logo, white piping, gold faceplate, rubberized handle, and original PEDL-91006 footswitch. 

From Marshall: Enhance your sound with the JVM205H. Packed full of versatile features, this 50W amp effortlessly showcases Marshall’s broad sound palette, from glistening cleans to heavy distortion. Let the green, orange and red LED lights guide you through each channel’s three gain modes and find the sound that will set you apart. With two channels each with three gain modes giving you access to a wide range of sounds, the JVM205H has almost-endless options for refining your tone. Along with the three-way EQ in each channel, the Presence and Resonance controls let you shape the tone from the power amp. Go from restrained to raucous. Use the two master volumes and built-in reverb controls for exhilarating solos. Recall your mode, master and reverb options with the programmable footswitch (included), giving you power and flexibility exactly when and where you need it. JVM amps feature two effects loops for connecting a host of effects pedals and other external gear. The first loop is adjustable to let you perfectly blend your effects and original tone together. JVM amps can also receive and repeat MIDI commands for synchronizing with the rest of your setup, giving you ultimate control. Take your sound from the stage to the studio with the flick of a switch. With the JVM in silent recording mode you can hook up to an interface or mixing desk to capture that perfect take.