Produced during the 1990's, the JCM 900 Mark IV SL-X (Super Lead X-tended) amp was an evolutionary link in the Marshall Master Volume series.
By adding an extra ECC 83 (12AX7A) valve, Marshall engineers created a gain-drenched front end that combined twin gain controls, from 0-10, and another that went all the way to 20! This was the amp that KISS used on their world tours during the period. Ace Frehley and Paul Stanley could afford any amplifier, but they found only one with the sound they needed to fill arenas with the power of their raw, blistering rock 'n roll: the SL-X!
Although voiced for metal and thrash, these amps are also sensitive and can be trimmed for tone. Back off on the gain and you can still have the blues. Combine the gains and you can rock all over the world. Crank it and you'll be thrashing all the way to the top!
The Marshall 1960 Speaker Cabinet puts out beautiful tone at any volume. The addition of an impedance (4 or 16 ohm) mono/stereo switching mechanism has transformed the "industry standard" 1960 into the ultimate speaker cab. These 300W Marshall cabs are loaded with Celestion G12T-75 speakers.
- 4 x 5881 output valves, 4 x ECC 83 preamp valves
- 100 watts RMS
- Vented top
- Dimensions: 750 (W) x 310 (H) x 220 (D) mm.
- Weight: 18.4 kg.
- Foot pedal: P801
-Speaker Type: Celestion G12T-75W
-Speaker Configuration: 4 x12
-Power (RMS): 300W
-Selectable Mono/Stereo: Yes
-Impedance Stereo/Mono: 8 ohm, 16/4 ohm
-30"W x 32-3/4"H x 14-1/4"D