When heritage meets rock & roll science

Softube has a long history of collaborating with Marshall to produce the highest quality guitar amp models


When you think guitar amplifiers, chances are you think Marshall. For many years Softube has partnered with Marshall as its official software provider. You’ll love the realism--both sonically and visually--of the native Marshall amplifier plug-ins. You’ll love the flexibility and the depth of the sound at any setting. Most of all, you’ll love the way your music sounds through these epic setups and you’ll want to try them all right away.

Now, Softube and Marshall are proud to announce the addition of Amp Room: Marshall Edition, a new version of the pro audio guitar and bass platform that includes four legendary Marshall amplifiers and a versatile set of eight classic Marshall cabinets. Learn more about these epic tools and what they can do for your guitar and bass tones below.


Amp Room: Marshall Edition


A very special version of the pro audio guitar and bass platform for discerning professionals, Amp Room: Marshall Edition has all the gear you need to create the choicest guitar and bass tones—plus more. In addition to the Amp Room package, come four legendary Marshall amplifiers and eight classic, rare, and hand-wired cabinets. Achieve the sound of Marshall with this iconic collection and historic value.

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Amp Room


Amp Room is the pro audio guitar and bass platform. Designed for discerning professionals, it's a continuously growing system with everything you need to create high-quality, authentic, incredibly realistic guitar and bass sounds. Among other legendary amplifiers, cabs, pedals, and studio effects, it includes a model of the Marshall JCM800 guitar amp and several Marshall cabinet models. Customizable, flexible, and with a professional workflow, Amp Room is as uncomplicated or complex as you need it to be.

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Marshall Cabinet Collection


The Marshall Cabinet Collection is an Amp Room exclusive collection of 8 classic, rare, and hand wired speaker cabinets by Marshall, versatile enough for any style or genre of music from vintage to modern. Each one has 6 single microphone options and 6 microphone combinations unique to each cabinet that sound absolutely incredible. Use them with any amplifier in Amp Room, use the mix-ready microphone combinations, or put multiples of the same cabinet in parallel to create your own combinations.

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Bluesbreaker 1962


When Eric Clapton used the Marshall Model 1962 on the John Mayall & The Blues Breakers self-titled album in 1966, the performance in combination with this amp was such a distinctive contribution to music history that the amp came to be known as the “Bluesbreaker”. The Bluesbreaker’s amp section is warm and crunchy, and the use of alnico speakers in an open back cabinet adds an unusually chimey and three-dimensional sound for a Marshall, which has contributed to its status as a genuine workhorse far outside of the blues genre too. One of the rarest and most expensive amps there is. A true blues and rock & roll legend.

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Silver Jubilee 2555


The Silver Jubilee amp was released in 1987 and quickly became a big hit among high-profile rock guitarists. Its innovative and unusual preamp section gives it higher gain and a somewhat darker and smoother sound. The EQ section sets the Silver Jubilee apart from other Marshall amps with its much wider range of tonal variety. A very special and highly collectible amp, mostly used in music with higher gain.

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JMP 2203


The Marshall JMP 2203, introduced in 1975, became the amp against which all other rock amps were compared. Artists who used it included Jeff Beck, Andy Summers, Tom Morello, AC/DC, Mötley Crüe, Judas Priest, Slayer, the Pixies, and more. It was created out of demand for an amp with a master volume, which made it possible to get a distorted sound without the ear-splitting sound pressure levels and expanded the sonic options a lot. It's the father of the JCM800, with the same character and the true sound of rock and hard rock.

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Plexi Super Lead 1959


Now available natively for the first time, the Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959 was Modeled on Marshall’s own reference unit, a pristine 1967 amp from their museum. To obtain the most authentic tone possible, the undisputed alpha dog of rock & roll amplifiers was combined with an era-appropriate 1960BHW 4x12” cabinet and recorded by legendary AC/DC engineer Tony Platt. A must-have amp for classic and modern tones alike.

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Kerry King Signature


Working in tandem with his majesty, the undisputed king of thrash metal, we modeled an exacting replica of Kerry King's signature guitar amplifier, the Marshall 2203KK. We component modeled the insanely powerful amplifier, known as "The Beast," down to its KT88 power tubes and hand-wired circuit, but didn't stop there. We went into the studio and out on the road with King, capturing cabinet responses and microphone combinations for both live and recording situations.

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