Marshall Super Leads were the rock sound of the ’70s used by legends such as AC/DC and Led Zeppelin. The all-valve 1 Watt JMP-1C combo has the look and, more importantly, the tone that defined an era. Driven by true class A power stage topology, ... read more
Great sound small box and great to practice at home
This amp reaally sound classic and "real". Im very surprised with the tones you can get and how pedal friendly is when not cranked. You want real tube distortion at you aptm at night use the .1 watt feature this guy still sound good and nobody will really be mad with your playing, ask my girlfriand that use tu suffer at night haha
The mouse that roared
Hey!! This amp is crazy!! It's perfect for recording and practice at home. I almost always use it in the 0.1 watt mode with the gain switch engaged, unless I'm doing clean work and then in full power mode it is loud as hell and has ample headroom for again, recording and practice. The drive on this amp is awesome and is inspiring, I'm playing my es 339 through it as i type this and the tone is flat out blistering!! Hit playback and you can't tell it's not a big JPM 100 watter!! I LOVE MY LIL MARSHALL!
Marshall Super Leads were the rock sound of the ’70s used by legends such as AC/DC and Led Zeppelin. The all-valve 1 Watt JMP-1C combo has the look and, more importantly, the tone that defined an era. Driven by true class A power stage topology, the JMP-1C is a classic rock amp. Its incredible tone is partly produced by an extra ECC83 valve gain stage in the preamp. It is this that gave the Super Leads their distinct tonal character that is now embodied in the JMP-1C. Featuring a gold script logo, non-‘Plexi’ gold anodised aluminium front panel (the ‘Plexi’ era ended in ’69), and chequered grille cloth the JMP-1C has that classic ’70s Marshall look. Also, a rear panel Boost switch punches up the drive and sustain to another level and the high/low Power feature gives you all this at practice volume. The JMP-1C is loaded with a single 10? Celestion G10N-15 speaker.