Is Marshall about to ‘do a Gibson’? The amp-maker’s Chief Executive says the group could become a "$3 billion company"
Friedman recalls amp modding wizard José Arredondo showing him a “huge” amp that he had built for Eddie, but after Arredondo’s death in ’94, it has disappeared
Zilla Cabs’ Paul Gough explains the pivotal role the British speaker firm played in establishing Marshall as backline of choice for a new generation of rock guitar players
Many companies brag about being the first to introduce a new type of product, but Marshall is the kind of company that prefers to do things better.
At its heart the Origin50H is all about providing the most beloved classic Marshall tone in its most pure and unadulterated form.
London Calling: According to our friends at Wired, Marshall Amplification’s first foray into the smartphone world won’t have Apple and Samsung sweating their stake in the market.