JTM67 MKIV

Type:

Power:

Output Tubes:

Preamp Tubes:

Rectifier:

Input Hi:

Input Lo:

Controls:


Back:


Effect-Loop:

Colors:

Weight:

Dimension:




Class B 115/230V

30 Watt

2x EL34 Mullard

V1 CV4004 Mullard 2xECC83 Mullard

GZ34 Mullard

Treble (w/Channel-Patch Normal)

Normal (w/split of Hi-Treble Ch. for use with A/B Switcher)

Volume Treble, Volume Normal, Bass, Middle, Treble, Presence, Variac, Master Volume

4/8/16 Ohm Selector, 2 Outputs, Effect-Loop Send & Return, Rhythm & Lead Footswitch 

Passive parallel

orig. Black Levant

13,8kg

53x25x20cm

3.290,- Euros on order! Incl. Fotswitch!

incl. German VAT w/1year ltd. guarantee + 1year ltd. warranty


The JTM 67 is based on the Marshall JTM50 from 1967 which started the Rock-Era of Marshall Amps.

It was the first Marshall with EL34 power tubes, but on top of that with a rectifier tube for a „SAG“ response. It comes with a classic ECC83 pre-amp and as standard to all Gladius amps with the unique Variac power reduction! Only absolute state of the art components are used as well as being hand-wired and best possible tubes. An indispensable extra feature is the Channel-Patch, switching both channels (Treble & Normal) together without having to use the conventional patch cable. Also the Rhythm-Lead switch allows you to play the amp real tight, without getting the usual sludgy sound when playing a Humbucker guitar, which is often criticized with Vintage-Amps. The JTM 67 brings enough gain for classic rock however without becoming marshy in too much gain. Despite the EL34 power tubes it keeps on producing a fat sound and makes the guitar come through genuinely unaltered with the world famous charm of the Plexi!

With the Rhythm-Lead function (Clearly visible through different colors from the Pilot-Light) as well as with the two pre-amps you get 4 completely different amps in one unit which can be even be switched!

Rhythm-Channel:

With this setting you will get a clean and stable tone, without the - partially lively - Vintage-Character. Explosive quick in response, without sounding aggressively or too harshly. Fat and round similar to the Vintage Version, but mercilessly defined like with Gary Moore or Ritchie Blackmore.

Lead-Channel:

As the name already suggests, in this setting the complete Vintage-Sound up to 1967 is covered. Extremely fat, round and dirty as well as 'smacky' in response as used by AC/DC, Jimmy Page, Bernie Marsden and many others.