Are you looking for great sounding valves for your Marshall JMP 2203 amplifier?
This amp uses:
If you love the original sound of your amp then the Marshall set is the one for you. We can also supply a set with JJ EL34 standard or the stunning JJ EL34 Mark II power valves if you prefer the JJ brand.
Which valves should you choose? Well, the Marshall valves are slightly darker than the JJ EL34s which offer a brighter range as well as the darker tones of the Marshalls.
If you want a serious upgrade in tone then do try out the JJ Mark IIs which offer the very best tone across the entire range – and longer life but only cost a few pounds more.
If you have any questions about replacing the valves for Marshall JMP 2203 please do not hesitate to drop us an email.
You may also like to take a look at our FAQ section where we answer all the popular questions and cover many aspects of changing your tubes.
About the Marshall JMP 2203 amp:
The Marshall JMP 2203 is one of those amplifiers that was almost exclusively used throughout the ’80s. It was a great tone and had a fast pick attack that was used by almost every guitars throughout the decade. It’s a one channel amp, with two inputs with different sensitivity.
So the “Low” input will give you a clean sound even on full preamp gain. The “High” input will be much louder and dirtier.
There are six controls on the front of the amp besides the Power and Stand By switches. Presence, Bass, Middle, Treble, Preamp Volume, and Master Volume. Presence controls the number of high frequencies and should be adjusted to match the guitar and the room you are playing in.
The EQ section is simple, but you should take some time to understand it. Preamp Volume controls the preamp gain, and when plugged in the High input can make your sound clean or totally dirty.
So, if you’re looking for great sounding valves for your Marshall amplifier you’ve come to the right place.
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