The Marshall MB4410 amplifier uses 1 x ECC83 (also called 12AX7) preamp valve.
A brand new valve will get your amp sounding better than ever and if you gig, you will certainly need a spare one of these in your gig bag.
We always recommend the JJ ECC83 valve for this amplifier. This is because they guarantee you get awesome tone and long life and they don’t cost a fortune.
Order your valve below and hear the difference.
So restore the tone, the power and the sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a brand new JJ valve today.
All of our valves are carefully selected and digitally tested before we ship to you.
A significant upgrade in valve quality compared with stock valves.
We offer a variety of shipping options with full tracking and insurance so you can order with confidence.
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Replace the Valve on your Marshall MB4410 Bass Amp.
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Tubes for sale for Marshall MB4410 bass amplifiers.
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About this amp:
The Marshall MB4410 really is one impressive combo. The 450 Watt bass combo houses 4 x 10-inch speakers and an HF horn. Big enough to sound monstrous, yet small enough to fit in the car. The combo booms with low-frequency bottom-end.
The MB4410 features two channels (Modern and Classic) including a separate EQ for each channel.
Features include Bass, Treble, parametric Mid and switchable compressor with variable level control.
The Classic channel with its ECC83 pre-amp valve includes a Boost switch and a 3-band passive tone network. Like the MB4210, you can mix the two channels either from the front panel or from the supplied two-way footswitch. The overall volume of the blend is adjustable in addition to the balance between the two channels.