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Order by:. Available to:. Using digitally controlled analog functions, the MG4 Series MGHFX also delivers precise control and superb flexibility without masking your guitar's own sound or making your tone sound processed and artificial. This circuit ensures that the sound reproduces the same interaction between amplifier and speaker that occurs in professional valve amplification.
A 2-button footswitch is included. But with a Stompware 4-button footcontroller not included you can easily store and recall your favorite settings, playing seamlessly through your music in true professional style.
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This footswitch is made by the same company that makes the pedals for Marshall. But without the Marshall name on it. This is also the correct pedal for the Marshall VS This pedal also fits Marshall Valvestate VS The Marshall Valvestate This pedal will work perfectly.
Marshall Footswitch Welcome to our listing. Although we are getting started on eBay. Our main store has been eBaying for many years, please bid with confidence.
This footswitch is in excellent condition and works perfectly. It will work on a number of Marshall amps and is often compatible with other brands. Ready for use. Please look over the photos and email with any questions.Marshall Amplification is a British company that designs and manufactures music amplifiersspeaker cabinetsbrands personal headphones and earphones,  and, having acquired Natal Drumsdrums and bongos.
It was founded by drum shop owner and drummer Jim Marshalland is now based in BletchleyMilton KeynesBuckinghamshire. Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised in the world.
Their signature sound, characterized by sizzling distortion and "crunch," was conceived by Marshall after guitarists, such as Pete Townshendvisited Marshall's drum shop complaining that the guitar amplifiers then on the market didn't have the right sound or enough volume.
Marshall also manufactures less expensive solid-state, hybrid vacuum tube and solid state and modelling amplifiers. After a successful career as a drummer and teacher of drum technique, Jim Marshall first went into business in with a small shop in HanwellLondon, selling drums, cymbals and drum-related accessories; Marshall himself also gave drum lessons.
According to Jim, Ritchie BlackmoreBig Jim Sullivan and Pete Townshend were the three main guitarists who often came into the shop and pushed Marshall to make guitar amplifiers and told him the sound and design they wanted. These were very popular with guitarists and bass players, but were very expensive.
The three guitarists were among the first customers of the first 23 Marshall amplifiers made. The sixth prototype produced, in Jim's words, the "Marshall Sound", although at this time the only involvement Jim had was to sell the amps on a commission basis in his shop.
As business increased, Marshall asked the three to work for him in his shop, as he had more space and capital to expand. As of Dudley's death in and Ken Bran's death inthe only original individual is Ken Underwood.
They were almost copies of the Bassman circuit, with American military-surplus power valves, a relative of the 6L6. Few speakers then were able to handle more than 15 watts, [ citation needed ] which meant that an amplifier approaching 50 watts had to use four speakers. For their Bassman, Fender used four Jensen speakers in the same cabinet as the amplifier, but Marshall chose to separate the amplifier from the speakers, and placed four inch Celestion speakers in a separate closed-back cabinet instead of the four inch Jensens in an open-back combo.
These circuit changes gave the amp more gain so that it broke into overdrive sooner on the volume control than the Bassman, and boosted the treble frequencies. This new amplifier, tentatively called the "Mark II", was eventually named the " JTM 45 ", after Jim and his son Terry Marshall and the maximum wattage of the amplifier. Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and other blues rock-based bands from the late s such as Free used Marshall stacks both in the studio and live on stage making them among the most sought after and most popular amplifiers in the industry.
Marshall entered into a year distribution deal with British company Rose-Morris duringwhich gave him the capital to expand his manufacturing operations, though it would prove to be costly. In retrospect, Marshall admitted the Rose-Morris deal was "the biggest mistake I ever made.
Rose-Morris hadn't a clue, really. The new contract had disenfranchised several of Marshall's former distributors, among them his old friend Johnny Jones. Marshall's contract did not prevent him from building amplifiers outside the company, and so Marshall launched the Park brand name, inspired by the maiden name of Jones's wife.
For instance, often the Parks had silver or black front panels instead of the Marshall's gold ones, some of the enclosures were taller or shaped differently, and controls were laid out and labelled differently. Starting in earlyPark produced a number of amplifiers including a watt head. Most of these had Marshall layout and components, though some unusual amplifiers were made, such as a 75 watt keyboard amplifier with KT88 tubes. InPark came to an end, though Marshall later revived the brand for some transistor amplifiers made in Asia.The ultimate live and studio amp with four channels and a wide variety of digital FX.
You can also store your settings to easily recall that sultry sound or gritty overdrive. The MGHFX delivers a wide variety of digital FX including: two reverb options, chorus, phaser, flanger, octave and four types of delay.
Key Features. Tonal control. With clean, crunch, OD1 and OD2 channels, you have more control over your sound. Live and loud. Wherever you play. Digital genius.
Accept Cookies.With nut and washer. British Cliff style. Pack of 6 jacks, with nuts and washers. Many amps contain both the 4 pin and the 6 pin British jacks. This assortment gives you 3 of each jack Three J, and three J Same as the J, with the addition of a special ground washer which contacts the chassis AND is inserted into the ground connection of the PC board via dual pins under the jack. Found in some Marshall solid state amps, as well as other brands.
Nut is included. Also used in many others brands of amps. Marshall part number J3BA or S Used in many brands of amps and other equipment. Same footprint as J jack - may be used in place of J to add a touch of "chrome" class to your amp! No trim ring on the front of jack - only black plastic. Low profile design. Does not include nut and washer - order separately here.
Back legs are slightly staggered - not positioned directly across from each other. Has a gold colored trim ring at the front of the jack replaces jacks which have a chrome ring.
Check the back of the existing jack - if the back is red and the back legs are staggered, this would be the correct replacement.
Marshall MG100FX Half Stack Candy Apple Red
Original Yamaha part number LBR. Korg part numberYKB Casio Part Control jack of the Roland U The jack will replace equivalent jacks that have a gold sleeve or no sleeve.
Replacement jack nut as found on the J, J jacks. Jack is not included. Screws are included. The dust caps seal out dust for reliability, longer life, and help prevent "scratchy pots" in later life. Diameter of the body of the pot is slightly smaller than a dime. Shaft length is 10mm. Click on photo for more detail.This seller has not set a shipping cost for Russian Federation. Please contact them to ask about shipping. The Marshall thrill lasts a lifetime, and it all begins here with the MG Series amplifier.
The panel layout is pure simplicity, extending extreme ease-of-use to even the novice player. The FX models offer a wealth of premium features - four channels, digital effects, and programmability. Features the signature Marshall sound that has been the cornerstone of rock for over 45 years. Similar Listings See More. Change shipping region. Listing Sold. Shipped From. Quick Responder. Quick Shipper. Message Seller. About This Listing. Product Specs. Listed 5 years ago Condition Excellent Used Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.
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Click on photo for larger view. Stereo jack. See farther down this page for the J-5NTR nuts. Part J Used in many brands of amps and other equipment. Same footprint as J jack - may be used in place of J to add a touch of "chrome" class to your amp!
Pack of 6 jacks, with nuts and washers. Many amps contain both the 4 pin and the 6 pin British jacks. This assortment gives you 3 of each jack Three J, and three J Same as the J, with the addition of a special ground washer which contacts the chassis AND is inserted into the ground connection of the PC board via dual pins under the jack. Found in some Marshall solid state amps, as well as other brands.
Nut is included. Part JGW. Part JSL. How cool is that! With nut and washer. Also used in many others brands of amps. Marshall part number J3BA or S Pack of 6 jacks. With red nut and washer. Part JR. Mono input jack.
Used in "hand-wired" British amps, as well as other brands. Chrome nut has male threads, jack has female threads. Part JS. Leads from jack come straight down from the contacts to go into the PC board. Will NOT fit Roland jacks.
Also fits the J and J jacks. Part J-5NT. Part J-5NT Part J-5NTR. Part J-5NTW. This nut will not fit those jacks.Follow this Product. Listings Price Guide Reviews. Featured Listing. Very Good. Amp Broker. Quick Responder. Add to Cart. Guitar head amplifier equipped with digital effects section and two channels. Perfect working order. Very good visual condition. Manufactured in in Vietnam. Power: W. Solid state design. Shared 3 band EQ. CD in.
Emulated line output. Emulated Headphones output. DFX section:Reverb. Effects Loop with Mix and Level. FDD speaker and microphone simulation. Dimensions: x x [mm]. Weight: 12,8 [kg]. Overview The Marshall MGHDFX is a high-powered solid state guitar head with built-in digital effects and classic Marshall tone, perfect for the intermediate player who wants to be the loudest one at the gig. Two footswitchable channels, Clean and Overdrive, have two modes each -- effectively giving you the sound of four amps in one.
And while this amp is plenty loud, you can also leverage the headphone amp for silent practice at any hour. Delay and modulation effects are built right into the head, and the studio-quality digital reverb fills out your sound without the need for a separate stompbox.
Marshall MG100HDFX 120 watt Guitar Amp
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