Hire or Rent a Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amplifier Head – Per Day Hire
Experience the iconic sound of our hire Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amplifier Head for your next gig or event. Marshall Cabinets are also available for hire or rent, providing a complete, powerful, versatile guitar amplifier setup. We own two of these, one is the classic black vinyl with a white Marshall logo, but our 2nd guitar amp is a beautiful rich brown colour with a gold Marshall logo, and it looks stunning on-stage with its matching cabinet. One of these amplifiers on either side of the stage will rock your socks off!
The Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amp Head is a classic choice for rock and metal guitarists seeking a rich, powerful tone with plenty of gain and sustain. Its two channels offer versatility, allowing for a wide range of tones, from clean and warm to over driven and heavy.
When you hire or rent the Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amp Head, you can expect:
- Classic Marshall tone and power, perfect for rock and metal genres
- Two channels for versatile sound options
- Reliable performance and durable construction
Pair the Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amp Head with one of our also available-for-hire Marshall Cabinets to get the most out of your guitar sound. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to elevate your performance with this iconic guitar amplifier.
For more information about the Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amp Head and available Marshall Cabinets, please visit the official manufacturer’s website:
- Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amplifier Head: https://marshall.com/amps/products/amps/vintage-reissues/jcm900-4100
- Marshall Cabinets – the 1960A or 1960B: https://marshall.com/amps/products/cabinets/1960a-and-1960b
Whether you’re playing a small gig, or a large event or need a reliable amp for studio recording, the Marshall JCM900 Guitar Amp Head is an excellent choice for both hire and rent. Contact us today to secure your booking.
Here is a fascinating video by Lonely Rocker on YouTube that compares the JCM800 with the JCM900 tones. When watching the video, I found I enjoyed both tones from both models. My husband LOVES the Marshall guitar sound for playing Rock guitar both at live gigs and in the recording studio.