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It sounds like you have the same rig I do. I bought the JVM410h immediately after it came out. I'm a professional gigging musician, and it had the versatility I needed.
One of the first things I noticed was it's high gain structure. On my JCM800, I could crank the gain to 10, and get a great, "classic Marshall" overdrive tone. The gain structure of the JVM is more sensitive. I find myself not needing the gain knob any higher than 10 o'clock, in the RED modes of the OD channels.
The manual is very informative, though somewhat complex. I recommend watching this tutorial on it:
Click on the "THEATRE" link on the right.
I love my amp, but it's been in the shop twice already. Marshall's are known for being unreliable, and this is amp is in no way an exception. Be gentle with it! It's moody.
Best of luck, and I hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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