The history of rock music has been defined by the Marshall crunch, but today many players want a portable
solution that enables them to play intimate gigs, at home, or in modern recording studios, Marshall offers the Marshall Studio series.
The SV20C combines the raw power of the 1959SLP and authentic voice of classic rock in a new portable style. The amp that first defined rock ‘n’ roll in the 60s has been revised for the present day, whilst remaining faithful to the original with its Plexi design and all-valve tone. Still considered a classic by scores of legendary guitarists, the SV20C lets you play like your heroes on stage, in the studio and at home.
- 20 Watt (5 Watt with power reduction)
- Celestion V-Type 10" speaker
- 3 x ECC83 preamp valves
- 2 x EL34 Power amp valves
- 2 x Normal inputs/2 High Treble inputs
- 3-band EQ
- Line out
- 14 kg
- 500 mm x 460 mm x 245 mm
MARSHALL STUDIO SERIES
The Studio Classic (JCM800 2203) and Studio Vintage (JMP 1959SLP) are 20W versions of the legendary amps which replicate the powerful Marshall tones.
Manufactured in the Marshall factory in Bletchley, England, these two new amps along with the renamed Studio Jubilee (formerly Mini Jubilee) form a formidable range of amps that have captured the hearts and
imaginations of countless guitarists worldwide. The precision engineering associated with the original amps
has been carefully captured to give the same sonic satisfaction in the new smaller, lighter heads and combos.
Featuring three ECC83 valves and two EL34 valves, expect smooth bright cleans and raw, generation
defining overdrive tones. The Studio Classic and Studio Vintage combos & cabinets have 10” Celestion V-type speakers
that deliver authentic crunch with staggering portability and flexibility.
In addition, power reduction technology enables switching between 20W and 5W without any need for an
Recreating tone without compromise has never been easier. Jon Ellery, Managing Director says: “It is always daunting when tackling a challenge of modernising such
iconic tones, but I am delighted, the team have done a brilliant job.