JVM

The JVM series is the powerhouse of Marshall tone. With an array of channels and modes available to totally customise your sound, it's the weapon of choice for pro performers around the world. But with all these options it can get confusing, which is why we've put together these tutorials to help you get the most from the JVM.

JVM410H - Channels & Modes
We look at how you can control the different channels and modes in the JVM410H to get huge tonal versatility.
JVM205H - Channels & Modes
We talk through the JVM205H and break down the different channels and modes available.
Understanding the footswitch
Explaining the JVM Footswitch and how you can use it to access the wide range of channels.
Programming your footswitch
Helping you to programme the JVM footswitch to your preference.
Understanding the FX Loop
Getting to grips with the JVM FX Loop and how you can use it to expand your sound.
Bright Clean Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get a 'Bright Clean Sound' using the JVM410H.
Dark Clean Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get a 'Dark Clean Sound' using the JVM410H.
Edge of Breakup Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'Edge of Breakup' sound using the JVM410H.
Classic Rock Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'Classic Rock' sound using the JVM410H.
High Gain Lead Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'High Gain Lead' sound using the JVM410H.
Alt Rock Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'Alternative Rock' sound using the JVM410H.
Nu Metal Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'Nu Metal' sound using the JVM410H.
Classic Metal Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'Classic Metal' sound using the JVM410H.
High Gain Rhythm Sound
In this tutorial we walk through how to get an 'High Gain Rhythm' sound using the JVM410H.

JVM

The JVM series is a Marshall powerhouse. Thanks to the multiple channels and modes that provide a variety of sounds, it's become an established favourite with pro performers. Whether playing cleans or metal and everything inbetween, guitarists worldwide who are looking to have their own iconic sound that can fill any venue have turned to the JVM. But all those options means it can be tricky to get grips with JVM, which is why we've put these tutorials together.