JTM45 2245

Let’s go back to the beginning. In 1962, in a small shop in Hanwell, Jim Marshall created and began selling the first Marshall amp, a JTM45TM. From this the Marshall sound was born. This reissue meticulously replicates this original Marshall sound. Using the GZ34 valve rectifier, it works with the ECC83 and 5881 valves to generate the harmonic and unmistakable Marshall tone.

Hear the JTM45 2245

Powered by Celestion Impulse Responses

Clean 1 Presence 7, Bass 7, Middle 4, Treble 7, High Treble 4, Normal 5
Clean 2 Presence 9, Bass 6, Middle 5, Treble 8, High Treble 4, Normal 2
Crunch 1 Presence 7, Bass 4, Middle 8, Treble 8, High Treble 9, Normal 7
Crunch 2 Presence 8, Bass 6, Middle 9, Treble 8, High Treble 7, Normal 7
Crunch 3 Presence 10, Bass 10, Middle 10, Treble 10, High Treble 10, Normal 10

Technical Specification

General
Model
JTM45 2245
Range
Vintage reissue
Technology
Valve
Channels
2 (Split)
Electronics
Output wattage
30W
Outputs
2 x 1/4" jack speaker outputs, selectable 16Ω/ 8Ω / 4Ω load
Inputs
4 (2 x high, 2 x low) "Lead and Bass"
Controls
Presence, bass, middle, treble, high treble/loudness I, normal/loudness II
Effects
None
Effects loop
No
Valves
Preamp valves
2 x ECC83, 1 x ECC83 (phase splitter)
Power amp valves
2 x 5881
Rectifier
1 x GZ34
Accessories
Footswitch
None
Cable
Detachable power cable included, speaker cable included
Dust cover
M-COVR-00013 (sold separately)
Dimensions (including feet and handle)
Weight
14.6 kg / 32 lbs
Width
665 mm / 26.2"
Height
265 mm / 10.4"
Depth
205 mm / 8.1"