MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier
MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier
MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier
MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier
MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier

MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier

Release version 1.0.3
Regular price $137.00 Sale price$27.40

The MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier is a redesign of the original Nembrini Audio MRH810 plugin modelled on a Marshall JCM800 2210*.

This legendary head is one of the most acclaimed amplifiers that became an iconic images in Rock History.

Since the 80s we have seen and heard this iconic amp growling from Madison Square Garden to small clubs and everything in between.


Two channels driven by four 12AX7 and four EL34 virtual tubes:

  • Lead Channel for the famous British 800 guitar tone heard in every rock genre, from classic rock to screaming and shredding metal for over 40 years.
  • Clean Channel for crystal clean, creamy crunch tone and a great platform for pedal based sounds.

With MRH810 V2 Lead Series Guitar Amplifier is possible to choose between six different guitar cabinets, four microphone emulations with on/off axis position switch, continuous position and distance knobs. 

A complete Mixer section with SolosMutesPans and Faders allows you to blend together the two microphones with the ambience.


Impulse Loader lets you load up to three third-party impulse responses that you can even blend together using volume, pan, phase, solo and mute controls.

A useful browser window has been added so you can easily search through all your third-party IR files.  


Noise Gate section plus a Cleaner circuit to reduce rumbling and harshness is included


Legal Disclaimer:

Marshall JCM800 2210 is a registered trademark of Marshall Amplification PLC. MRH810 was developed by Nembrini Audio SRL based on its own modelling techniques. Marshall Amplification PLC has not endorsed nor sponsored the MRH810 in any manner, nor licensed any intellectual property for use in this product.


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Plugin Formats

A VST2, VST3, AAX or AudioUnits compatible host


An Intel compatible or Apple Silicon CPU 1GB RAM, Mac OS 10.9 or newer, Windows 7 or newer, 64-bit DAW

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Sinisa Kokeric
Good sound emulation

Im totaly impressed with this emulation
Good job Nembrini team!

Great Tone

Love this. USe it combines with other 800 models. This si def a leader in teh pack

james rector
Sounds amazing!

I always wanted a JCM 800 but never got one. The JCM 800 is one of the most sought after amps in the history of rock and metal music. And, I had yet to even get a decent VST of a JCM 800 to add to my collection. This thing sounds excellent out of the box! One of the best VST amps I have purchased. I was able to easily get good tones quickly. I was actually surprised at how well its cabinet emulation sounded. If you need really modern amounts of gain just throw a decent distortion pedal VST before this amp and get anything you want out of it!

Thanks Nembrini! I look forward to more of your products in the future!

Dan Caireny
VST wonder

This thing is like the Swiss army knife of VST's. If you have Music Lab, Ample or Kontact products, say no more. The front end has no fizzies like other amp sims and plays clean or distorted with no degradation in sound or color. In fact it has the ability to compensate for the lack of character and depth of sample based products, as do ALL the Nembrini family products. When using other amp sims it's a nightmare to dial in "that sound". These products are like driving a Cadillac. Smooth, clean and solid. The versatility and sound exceeds your wildest dreams And then you find your impulse library takes on new life. Simply fantastic.

Classic (Heavier) Rock Tones!

I must admit, I always liked Plexis or Hot-Rod-Plexis more than JCM's, but a JCM nevertheless is a iconic, unique amp and still today sound good.
This version - apart from the authentic tones - also has the advantage of an additional built-in reverb, otherwise it is sonically a typical JCM.
I have made the experience that especially authentic Marshall tones seem to be hardly programmable, most Marshall based plugins, which I have heard or tested did not come very close to the real amps, especially treble often sounds wrong to me, but also bass and reaction to attack, but Mr. Nembrini seems to be one of the few programmers, who managed to make theís simulation sounding right.

Sounds authentically, reacts well to attack, harmonics reproduction is good, so this is in my opinion one of the few convincing JCM plugins available.

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