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Marshall Amplification Now Available from Gear4music.com
World renowned Marshall amps, cabinets and effects will shortly be in stock at leading musical instrument retailer Gear4music.com.
Marshall is one of the most recognisable names in music, and since 1962 the British company has been responsible for the signature tone of some of the world's favourite musicians.
From legendary guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, through to contemporary performers such as Stephen Carpenter (Deftones) and Graham Coxon (Blur), Marshall has a proven heritage.
Jonathan Meager, Marketing Manager at Gear4music, said, "it is incredibly exciting to be able to provide Marshall amps, cabs and effects to our customers."
"We see Marshall as one of the most important names in music history, responsible for some classic sounds for many decades."
"Now we are able to give our customers access to these same sounds, with a fantastic range of Marshall amps, cabs and effects."
Gear4music will initially be stocking the MG, MA and Haze guitar amps, MB bass amps, AS acoustic amps and effects pedals, as well as a wide range of Marshall accessories.
The amps in these ranges represent Marshall's selection of more affordable equipment.
The MG series of amps is ideal for practicing and beginners, providing fantastic Marshall tone, superb built in effects and a range of wattages meaning you can choose the right power for home or stage use.
Marshall's MA series is made up of superb value all valve amps, offering the tone and warmth of tube, but with the latest effect technology on board.
For the bassist, Marshall's MB Series takes that famous British sound and tweaks it to get the most from a bass.
Due to the technical nature of Marshall Amplification products, Gear4music always recommends getting in touch with them via the phone or in person before making a purchase.Posted on 8 Aug 2011 14:23 to category : Instruments News
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