First Look: Marshall Studio JTM ST20C
A legendary British brute is reduced in size, weight, and wattage without sacrificing its characteristic brawn, chimey clean tones, or intoxicating overdrive sounds.
Inspired by the JTM first produced in 1962, the new Marshall Studio JTM is designed to bring the modern player the same legendary, warm, and smooth tone that inspired generations of musicians.
To honor what would have been Jim Marshall’s 100th birthday and to pay homage to the first Marshall amp, our Studio series has a new addition.
The new Studio JTM range comes in four unique but equally distinguished products in the form of a 20W head, 20W combo amp, 1 x 12” and 2 x 12” cabs all adorned with period-correct aesthetics such as the famous red enamel poured “coffin” logo and luxurious fawn fret.
The original JTM45 was heavily praised by the likes of Gary Moore, Richie Blackmore, and Angus Young for granting more tone, more gain, and more grit to their sound. Today, this same ethos is the driving fuel behind the creation of the Studio JTM, having recreated the sound of the JTM in immaculate detail and being handmade in our world-class UK factory in Milton Keynes.
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