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Marshall amplifiers were born from a demand for a particular sound that wasn't yet attainable back in the early ‘60s. Jim Marshall’s London-based musical instrument store had many patrons who although may not have been known then, would go on to become some of the biggest names in electric guitar music. They were a new wave of musicians, eschewing the current standards and desperately trying to find a sound that represented them. 

Frustrated by the lack of options, Jim set about trying to find a solution that would allow him to realise his customers' visions. The result was a series of amp options that would define an era and remain a prominent presence in the industry to date. The distorted crunchy sound of these amps soon became associated with a new musical movement and helped to put the British music scene on the map.

The amps lived up to expectation, allowing artists to truly express themselves. Without Marshall, the world may never have experienced the emotionally charged renditions of Hendrix or Led Zeppelin with anywhere near the same amount of relatability. Models such as the Plexi and the JCM800 have wowed audiences the world over and built a firm foundation upon which the modern iterations of Marshall stand today.

The Marshall catalogue contains many variations of guitar and bass amps with a suitable model to fulfil any modern players needs. Many of these amps can be found here at Wembley Music Centre. Take a look at our selection of the current range; from the classic valve tones of the JVM series to the authentic digital voices of the MG and Code amps, Marshall is a brand that guarantees the finest quality in amplification.