The Jim Marshall 60th Heritage event in Berlin celebrated the life and legacy of Jim Marshall. The evening showcased the company’s history and products, including its famous guitar amplifiers. Additionally, new products such as Marshall Headphones and Bluetooth Box were introduced.

Attendees had the opportunity to see and hear some of the original and classic Marshall amplifiers, as well as learn about the innovations and advancements made by the company over the years. The event also featured guest speakers, live music performances, and exhibitions of vintage Marshall gear.

Designing bespoke lighting and spatial solutions for distinctive events is our speciality. We are proud to have been chosen to create an exceptional space for this historic occasion. It is truly an honour to be a part of preserving the legacy of Jim Marshall and keeping the spirit of rock and roll alive. Stay loud.

Jim Marshall, also known as „The Father of Loud,“ was an English drum teacher and music retailer who founded Marshall Amplification in 1962. He saw the need for louder amplifiers for the growing rock and roll scene and started building amplifiers that would meet the demand. The iconic Marshall sound was born and quickly became popular with guitarists due to its powerful, overdriven tone.

Marshall’s amplifiers were used by some of the biggest names in rock music, including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Pete Townshend. Jim Marshall was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009 for his contributions to the music industry. He passed away in 2012, but his legacy continues through the continued popularity of Marshall amplifiers and the impact they have had on the sound of rock and roll.

Stage design: Marco Riedel