Looking for great sounding valves for Marshall JCM800 2210 amplifier? You’ve come to the right place.
The Marshall JCM800 2210 amplifier uses:
We always recommend JJ valves for Marshall JCM800 2210 amplifier. They guarantee awesome tone and power at a very competitive price. Eddie Van Halen used JJ valves in his Marshalls – so you know you’re getting the very best.
We also sell Marshall Power Valves for guitarists who specifically want Marshall branded valves.
We always recommend that you replace all your valves at the same time or you will be losing both power and tone.
So bring back the power and sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself, and your amp, to a brand new set of valves.
If you have any questions about replacing your valves please do not hesitate to drop us an email. We have over 30 years of experience so we’re always happy to help.
If you haven’t changed your valves before, please take a look at our very helpful FAQ section before you get in touch. Here you will find the answer to most questions as well as lots of hints and tips on changing your valves.
About the Marshall JCM800 2210 amp:
This Marshall is different from the 2203/04 series of 800 and is more like its little sister, the 05.
So what differentiates the 04 from the 10 series 800 is the addition of a master reverb and dedicated clean channel.
This Marshall also has an increase in available distortion through the use of diodes. So the result of that is that the amp can handle higher gain at punchier and tighter levels than the earlier 04 series.
However, this comes at the price of losing a little bit of the more classic blues crunch that made some of the earlier Marshall’s famous. The amp comes with 2 channels, clean and overdrive. The overdrive has a Bass, Middle, Treble, Gain, and Volume. The clean channel has a Volume, Treble, and Bass control.
The Marshall JCM800 2210 also has a Master Volume, a Master Presence, and a Master Presence. The channels are switched by foot-switch only.
This Marshall has a 100W RMS output. It’s fitted with 4 x EL34 power tubes and 5 x ECC83 (12AX7) preamp tubes (one of which needs to be balanced for the phase inverter).
So, it’s really loud. REALLY loud.
So, if you’re looking for great sounding valves for your Marshall amplifier – you’ve certainly come to the best place.
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