“There is arguably no piece of equipment that says Rock ‘N Roll more than the Marshall amplifier….” A lot of over-the-top statements are getting thrown around with the release of the Marshall’s first headphone, The Major (http://freshnessmag.com/2010/10/19/marshall-headphones/”>which we previewed last month). It’s easy to start getting into all the Jimi Hendrix/Eric Clapton/Gods Of Rock history with these, but first some specs: the Taylor is an ear-cup style headphone with a 15.4mm moving coil dynamic speaker, and the phones include a 40-inch extension cable, along with a 6.3mm adapter, for audiophiles who want to use these for at home-listening to a shelf unit. They are foldable for travel, and compatible with all 3.5 / 6.3 mm music players (yes, that includes the iPod). Marshall teamed up with http://zoundindustries.com/”>Zound Industries (creators of Urban Ears) for the production, so real headphone-specific expertise is built in. And about that Marshall styling? There’s a reason people are talking about it: these headphones have an undeniably unique style. Available from the http://marshallheadphones.com/product/major”>Marshall Headphones website.