The big news for those of you who lamented the original model's lack of a master volume is that the five-watt C5-01 valve combo comes equipped with a low power mode perfect for bedroom practice and quiet home recording.
Marshall's official release explains: "The rear panel offers both 16-ohm and headphone outputs, with the latter doubling as the C5-01's new low power mode. Selecting this option without headphones connected routes the low power signal (about 50mW) directly to the amp's internal loudspeaker."
The C5H head is built to rock in louder studio settings and miked up at gigs, so it doesn't feature the low power mode. It does, however, make a seriously cool mini half-stack atop that C110 cabinet, which contains a single 10-inch Celestion G10F-15 driver.
To hear the new head and combo in action, check out Marshall's Chris George putting the amp through its paces in the following video demo:
Visit Marshall for more information and detailed specifications.