The Marshall JCM800 2205 amplifier uses:
* Note: V5 is the preamp position furthest from the input jack and closest to the power valves.
A brand new set of valves will get your amp sounding better than ever.
We offer two superb valve kits for the Marshall JCM800 2205 amplifier.
You can choose between Marshall EL34 power valves or JJ EL34 power valves. If you currently have Marshall power valves in your amp and love the sound then the Marshall set is the one for you.
Many of our customers like the JJ power valves and so we also offer these as a set.
Please note that both sets use JJ preamp valves.
You can order these valves singly, the power valves as a matched pair or a complete kit. However, we strongly urge you to change all your valves at the same time. It’s the cheapest way of getting your amp sounding its very best.
So restore the power and sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a brand new set of valves today.
If you have any questions about replacing the valves for Marshall JCM800 2205 please do not hesitate to drop us an email. We have over 30 years of experience so we are happy to advise.
If you have never changed your valves before, please take a look at our FAQ section before you get in touch.
Here you will find the answers to most questions as well as lots of useful tips on upgrading your tubes.
About the Marshall JCM800 2205 amp:
Some of the most famous examples of the Marshall amplifier is the Marshall JCM800 series. Today they are even better with more modern materials and extended features.
They have such a great tone and classic tone that has been featured on almost every rock album since their inception. A lot of the original Marshall JCM 800 amplifiers were modded by many of the guitarists back in the ’80s and early ’90s. In the late ’80s, Marshall decided to release a split two-channel JCM 800 amplifier.
They’ve built the JCM800 2205 amplifier to stay true to the original JCM800 tone.
As you would expect, his amp sounds awesome when combined with a Gibson Les Paul, SG or even a Gibson Explorer guitar. Use that in conjunction with a nice chorus pedal! Then you’ll have a great 80’s sound from this classic amplifier.
So if you’re looking for great sounding valves for your Marshall amplifier you’ve come to the right place.
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