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Marshall Guitar Amps have been used over the decades by some of the biggest guitarists in the music industry from Jimi Hendrix and Yngwie Malmsteen to Graham Coxon of Blur and Nathan Connolly of Snow Patrol. View All Information

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Established in 1962, Marshall Amplification began after Jim Marshall heard guitarists in his shop discussing the qualities they were looking for in an amplifier, qualities that they couldn't find elsewhere at that time.

He made the decision to start building his own amps as a cheaper alternative to the American-made amps he was stocking at the time, and the seminal JTM45 was born.

The Marshall Amp range at Gear4music.com includes a wide range of Marshall amps, speaker cabinets, amp heads, combo amps, practice amps, footswitches and amp packages for the best possible value.

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