Marshall JTM 45/100
If it’s good enough for Hendrix, it’s good enough for you. The JTM 45/100 saw use on Jimi Hendrix’s early albums and tours – and was also favoured by Pete Townshend. The sound of 60s rock – and what a loud sound it was.
Marshall AFD1000 Slash amp
The customised Marshall head used on guitar classics like Sweet Child O’Mine and Welcome to the Jungle was stolen from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash back in the 80s – so he palled up with Marshall to create a signature model that recreated the tone of Appetite for Destruction. Top hat not included.
Okay, the Marshall fridge is a deeply daft piece of kit, but you can’t deny that it’s a great way to make your room – and your beer – cool. Any guitarist worth their weight in picks should want one of these in their lavish tour bus, us included.
Marshall Pure Evoke S-1 radio
DAB radios can be rather drab affairs at the best of times, which is why we’re big fans of the Marshall-ified Pure Evoke S-1 offering, which admirably pays tribute to its larger, louder amp cousin.
Marshall Major headphones
The super soft cushions on these Marshall headphones should ensure they’ll be nice and comfortable on your ears, no matter how hard and heavy your track collection is. Fully collapsible construction also means they should fit into even the most jam-packed of roadie bags in between gigs, after-parties and Sunday roasts at your mum’s house.