An original unmodified 1983 Marshall JCM 800 2210 is here for your playing enjoyment. This two channel early 80s Marshall amp is a perfect example of the famous rock tone cut and dry. This version is a lot different to the famous 2203 version. It has two channels, clipping diodes and plentiful of prominent mids. I would consider this a very open ended up – loose on the low end but very mid focused for that. This has a very distinctive sound – not very bright and takes pedals extremely well to push it to overdrive territory.
This pack currently features 13 DIRECT profiles and 34 STUDIO profiles captured using various EQ stages. Cabs include our Marshall 1960A 4×12 cab , Mesa Boogie 4×12 with MD421/SM57 industry standard combination plus signature cab tones for those wanting a high gain ‘more modern’ tone of my own design. Boosts include; Boss SD1, Maxon 808, Keeley 808, Wylde OD, Linear PB, Klon Centaur, Graviton Boost and a Savage drive for more tonal options. The primary chunk of the profiles are designed using a Les Paul guitar and are marked as so but we also have put together a small selection Strat profiles which will be expanded upon also. Mix and match and find what works best for you. With that said – how does it sound?
(Les Paul profiles)
(Active metal profile K02)
Sounding good? I hope so, go grab the pack and see why Marshall was the most famous amplifier manufacturer of the 1980s and still to this day. *PACK IS DUE UPDATES VERY SHORTLY*