It looks like a classic Marshall stage amplifier, but this Marshall Stanmore compact stereo speaker is designed for the home.
If you happen to be a rocker at heart, you'll probably want this Marshall Amplifier fridge in your kitchen.
It is 50 years since the first Marshall amplifier appeared in the original store in Hanwell, London. To celebrate, Marshall has a new product out, the appropriately-named Marshall Hanwell.
If you love music and want a quirkier way to carry round your computer, the Marshall Power Amp laptop bag could be the bag for you.
Next is the somewhat unlikely sounding shop selling this canvas print marking Marshall's 50 Year of Loud.
The original was first featured on this site back in 2006, so it's high time for an upgrade for the Pure Evoke-1S Marshall DAB radio. Which has just been announced.
In looks, much is the same – it still mimics a classic Marshall amplifier, offering a solid wood, Marshall made and approved cabinet complete with an integrated, full range hi-fi speaker packing a custom-designed 3-inch driver, active filters and bass reflex port. If you want stereo, there's also an additional matching auxiliary speaker, but you'll have to pay a little extra for that.