Marshall – SV20C



Marshall – SV20C

The power of a Plexi in a new portable style. Now the legendary sound of the 1959SLP is yours for the taking, packaged in a 20W combo that you can enjoy at home or in the studio. It’s got the same vintage tones you know and love, just redesigned for the modern player.

Whether you’re looking for warm blues tones or punchy leads, the SV20C has all the same tonal options as the original 1959SLP. Choose between the high treble and normal channel, or find the perfect blend between the two using a patch cable. While its predecessor was built to get loud, the SV20C is equipped to handle those quieter environments with power reduction to 5W.


The Studio Vintage® is driven by three ECC83 valves in the preamp and two EL34s in the power amp. The new combo design also boasts a 10” Celestion V-type speaker for that old-school sound.


Meticulously hand-built in our UK factory, the SV20C accurately recreates vintage Marshall tones. Create anything from saturated blues tones to biting leads with the two ECC83 preamp valves and two EL34 power amp valves.


The Studio Vintage combo is just as at home in the studio as in your own home, and even lets you switch between 20W and 5W output power. It is significantly smaller and lighter than it’s 100W counterpart, too. We’ve selected a 10” Celestion V-type speaker for convenient portability without compromising on tone.


Black levant paired with vintage fret, sprinkled with flecks of gold. It’s the look that has inspired generations of guitarists, immaculately recreated for the modern day.



Marshall is a British company that designs and manufactures music amplifiers, speaker cabinets, brands personal headphones and earphones, drums and bongos. The company also owns a record label called Marshall Records.[4] It was founded in London by drum shop owner and drummer, Jim Marshall, and is now based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, England. Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised in the world. Their signature sound – characterised by sizzling distortion and "crunch" – was conceived after guitarists, such as Pete Townshend, visited Marshall's drum shop complaining that the guitar amplifiers then on the market did not have the right sound or enough volume. After gaining publicity, Marshall guitar amplifiers and loudspeaker cabinets were sought by guitarists for this new sound and increased volume. Many of the current and reissue Marshall guitar amplifiers continue to use valves, as is common in this market sector. Marshall also manufactures less expensive solid-state, hybrid (vacuum tube and solid state) and modelling amplifiers.