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Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp Condition 1 - Mint Black

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Real Marshall tube tone in an affordable, portable combo.

The format and versatility of the 1x12 40W Marshall Haze combo makes it the perfect partner for guitarists looking for a gig-worthy compact workhorse with enough features, power, and tone capabilities to handle a wide variety of situations. The cabinet is finished in high-grade vinyl with protective corners. Its vintage-style baffle is covered in a hand-stretched, acoustically transparent fret cloth, and the cabinet is finished with white piping and hard-wearing cabinet furniture to ensure your Marshall MHZ40C looks great.

With its EL34 power stage and ECC83 powered preamp, this portable 40W combo is designed to deliver to the guitarist's expectations through the power and feel of its tubes. Laid out in a top-loaded format, the Marshall Haze sports 2 distinctive footswitchable channels. In normal mode the tone circuitry of the Haze 40W provides low-gain sounds that are crisp and honest, providing a really nice clean tone. Dialed from a single volume control, the normal channel provides ample headroom to play at volume without losing the definition of your guitar.

The amp's boost switch in normal mode pushes the lower shapes of your tone by adding more gain and extra punch in the lower midsection for a fuller sound, perfect for fattening up thinner-sounding single coil pickups. The bright switch delivers added sparkle enhancing upper range of your guitar's sound and adding a crisper edge and more defined, brighter feel. Combined, the boost and bright switches will allow you to push the normal channel so that it stands out above the unmodified normal sound.

The overdrive channel of the Marshall Haze 40W delivers a classic tone option with a separate gain control. It's possible to dial in preamp drive that distorts the sound and makes it easy to access that more aggressive rock and blues attitude without losing the definition of your guitar. The addition of the boost switch to the overdrive sound really pushes you into lead territory with sustain to spare, ensuring that you can access that extra punch when required.

Both the normal and overdrive channels on the Marshall Haze amp use a shared 3-band EQ, allowing you to individually adjust the treble, midrange, and bass to suit your taste.

The effects section of the Haze MHZ40C combo contains custom-voiced effects and reverb that have been specially designed by Marshall to complement the feel and tone of the amplifier. Each effect selected on the channel (normal, overdrive and overdrive boost) will be remembered when you return to the channel, meaning you can set up your clean, overdrive, and lead sounds and return to them over and over again without having to readjust your settings. The warm emulated spring reverb has its own independent control, allowing you to add in as much or as little reverb as required. For those who want to completely remove the reverb circuitry from the equation, the reverb control is fitted with a positive off switch, meaning that by rotating the control counter-clockwise you can feel the control click indicating that the reverb circuitry is switched off.

Effects are selected using the top panel button and indicated by the color of the LED. Green indicates that Echo effect is selected, orange shows that Vibe is selected, red indicates Chorus. Effect depth and adjust controls allow considerable flexibility in a simple format for ease of use.

FEATURES
  • Power: 40W
  • Preamp Valves: 3x ECC83
  • Power Amp Valves: 2x EL34
  • Channels: 2 Normal/Overdrive
  • Boost switch: Normal/Overdrive
  • Bright switch: Global
  • Reverb: Emulated Spring
  • Effects: Echo, Vibrato, Chorus
  • Speaker: 12" Celestion G12-66 Marquee
  • Footswitchable: 2-way switch supplied (4-way switch optional )
  • Tone EQ: Treble, Middle, Bass, Presence
  • Effects Loop
  • Emulated line out
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MarshallHaze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.1

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Pros

  • Easy to use (4)
  • Excellent sound (4)
  • Good power output (4)
  • Warm / comfy (4)
  • Portable (3)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

AWESOME

I hate the saying, "for the price" but I think this is a great amp. I love it! The price point is good and there are lots of sales online...Read complete review

I hate the saying, "for the price" but I think this is a great amp. I love it! The price point is good and there are lots of sales online right now. I got a brand new one at a huge discount on-line. Look around. I would be devasted if it broke or was lost/stolen -- would definite buy another. It really is a great amp, is easy to carry, is not taking up lots of room, is loud and is ideal for blues, hard rock, 80s metal, classic rock. This is my first Marshall and I really like it alot. I saw a post that it is a beginner amp.....what nonsense.... if you have any skill and ear you can really get the sound you want and make your guitar sing. It also keeps the sound of your guitar...so a strat is a strat and a gibson is a gibson, not like on these modeling amps that make everything sound simliar.
40 Watts of pure marshall tone, eq and effects. I use the delay and it is meets the requirement nicely. Clean channel is good, over drive channel is good and amazing with an over-drive pedal. Takes pedals very nicely. Not a high gain amp. For more gain I use a Marshall Guv'nor 2 plus or a Tube Screamer.....both sound amazing and drive this amp so I have all the gain I need.
Only had a week......no issues.
I gig'd with a 120 WATT 5150 or a 100 watts Engl half stack before I got this - own both. The Engle head is awesome but cost a lot. The tones I get from this amp is just as good as the Engl and better than the 5150. I have a hot-plate for the engl to control the volume at home but I do not want to wear that amp out. Don't be fooled by all the amps out there that claim to have marshall sounds. I own a Peavey Vypyr 30 and a line 6 X3 pedal and the marshall tones are ok but no comparison to this baby. With the Haze you get true vintage marshall tone that sounds incredible. The usable gain on the amp is 80% of what i want an with and overdrive or distortion pedal you can get all the gain you need. I play Purple, Zeppelin, Clapton, AC/DC, Gun N Roses, Bon Jovi, Clash, Sex Pistols, Priest, Grand Funk, Leppard, Rainbow, Whitesnake, ZZ, stones etc. For really hi gain I use the line 6 uber metal pedal and it takes it well, but I mostly use the tubescreamer or Guv/nor. This amp can provide the tones I need for most of this, I personally like just a tad more gain.....thus the pedals.

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Repair update

Now I know why good tone is so elusive...my amp has been at an authorized repair center for 6 months! Marshall dropped Korg USA for warranty work and all the parts are...Read complete review

Now I know why good tone is so elusive...my amp has been at an authorized repair center for 6 months! Marshall dropped Korg USA for warranty work and all the parts are in shipping/inventory limbo. Hope you don't need anything done to your Marshall amp until the dust settles.

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(17 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AWESOME

Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

I hate the saying, "for the price" but I think this is a great amp. I love it! The price point is good and there are lots of sales online right now. I got a brand new one at a huge discount on-line. Look around. I would be devasted if it broke or was lost/stolen -- would definite buy another. It really is a great amp, is easy to carry, is not taking up lots of room, is loud and is ideal for blues, hard rock, 80s metal, classic rock. This is my first Marshall and I really like it alot. I saw a post that it is a beginner amp.....what nonsense.... if you have any skill and ear you can really get the sound you want and make your guitar sing. It also keeps the sound of your guitar...so a strat is a strat and a gibson is a gibson, not like on these modeling amps that make everything sound simliar.
40 Watts of pure marshall tone, eq and effects. I use the delay and it is meets the requirement nicely. Clean channel is good, over drive channel is good and amazing with an over-drive pedal. Takes pedals very nicely. Not a high gain amp. For more gain I use a Marshall Guv'nor 2 plus or a Tube Screamer.....both sound amazing and drive this amp so I have all the gain I need.
Only had a week......no issues.
I gig'd with a 120 WATT 5150 or a 100 watts Engl half stack before I got this - own both. The Engle head is awesome but cost a lot. The tones I get from this amp is just as good as the Engl and better than the 5150. I have a hot-plate for the engl to control the volume at home but I do not want to wear that amp out. Don't be fooled by all the amps out there that claim to have marshall sounds. I own a Peavey Vypyr 30 and a line 6 X3 pedal and the marshall tones are ok but no comparison to this baby. With the Haze you get true vintage marshall tone that sounds incredible. The usable gain on the amp is 80% of what i want an with and overdrive or distortion pedal you can get all the gain you need. I play Purple, Zeppelin, Clapton, AC/DC, Gun N Roses, Bon Jovi, Clash, Sex Pistols, Priest, Grand Funk, Leppard, Rainbow, Whitesnake, ZZ, stones etc. For really hi gain I use the line 6 uber metal pedal and it takes it well, but I mostly use the tubescreamer or Guv/nor. This amp can provide the tones I need for most of this, I personally like just a tad more gain.....thus the pedals.

(12 of 29 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

If I Knew Then What I Know Now...

By E. T.

from Purcellville VA

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Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

Although it does work for me for now, I would be very hesitant to recommend this amp to anyone. Kind of sad really, because I thought this would be a perfect rig for me. I play country and blues with a little redneck rock, mostly in smaller venues where a stack is too big. I own the (Marshall) 50 watt combo with digital effects, and the 100 watt solid state (MG?) (both 1 x 12), and would choose either of them over this limping dog.
Not a lot of bells and whistles, especially compared to a lot of the new "amps with a chip," but the effects sound good and are tweakable. One push-button scrolls through delay, chorus, vibrato. On another note, the Haze 40 Combo has the WEAKEST, MOST ANEMIC OVERDRIVE of any Marshall product I've ever played.
Okay, here's the story...I bought this rig as a "Stupid Deal" from MF, and I wasn't told it was a "Restock" until it arrived and I saw it on the receipt. It happened to arrive on the day before my recycling pick-up, and I stupidly broke down the packing boxes before firing the amp up. OTHERWISE I WOULD HAVE SENT IT BACK!!! Flip the power switch on and it takes 10-15 seconds to decide whether or not to power on. All good tube amp junkies know to run the amp on standby for a minute or so to warm up the tubes, but it's bitten (shocked) me a couple of times when I go from "standby" to "on". The effects also seem to change themselves when switching channels. None of this really spells confidence...
The clean channel is really very good, and as I would rather get my dirt from pedals, I personally don't mind that the dirty channel on this amp blows. If, like most people, you buy a Marshall amp for that classic buzzola, this is NOT a good choice for you.

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Classic Marshall Tone

By Deuce1963

from Wenatchee, WA

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Portable
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I am 49 years old and have owned or played every generation of Marshall Tube amp and a couple of point-to-point clones. Tone wise, this amp can hang with any of them and is actually better than some. There are some caveats, however.There really are two distinct Marshall tones: Pre-JCM 800 and JCM to JVM. Pre-JCM relies on power amp overdrive (and volume!) to get that great ballsy tone. This is what the Haze excels at. AC/DC, Aerosmith, Foghat, The Who, Led Zeppelin, and early Van Halen. Add an 80's-era overdive like a Tube Screamer or Boss SD-1 and you get Judas Priest, Whitesnake, Hair and Grunge tones. A Metal Mufff [*] or other metal pedal will get you modern metal tones too, but if you want that sound, better to buy a used Rectoverb like I did.Some people complain about the treble on the overdrive channel but to me is is essential to get that Zeppelin-Cream era overdrive. To get late Seventies hard rock tones, I turn the overdrive on but keep the gain at about 11:00 o'clock and then add a pedal with the drive at 11:00. This gives the more cascaded gain tone of the JCM-era. I think the original Guv'nor or Boss SD-1 are the best with this amp, but it loves all of my dirt boxes. I think Marshall cut a few unneccessary corner on this amp like the cheesey power switch, but for the price, it is a great value. I have biased the amp and the circuit board and internals appear well-built. Bias it when you first get it, though. Mine was way off!It has a great clean tone and the effects are handy for just fun use. I seldom play with any effects except reverb, though, and when they are bypassed, the signal path is all-valve. This amp will sound amazing if you can play relatively loud. There is no substitute for volume in rock and roll!

    (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Best Tube Amp out there for the money, bar none.

    By KEN LIVINGSTON

    from Texas

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Right out of the box this amp cant be beat, but it needs a break in for the speaker. It will just keep sounding better and better the more its played, used tubes cant be beat for the best tone. The only way your gonna beat this amp is go to a higher end Marshall. I had tried a Blackstar which sounds totally soild state when compared to this Marshall. Also this amp has the power boost switch which isnt just for boosting your leads..engage it at low volume for a much richer fuller punch than you will get with any other amp. By far the best amp on the market for the price.

    (7 of 31 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    review from J T ENGLISHBLUESMAN,NY

    By JOSEPH TARTARO

    from NEW YORK

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    IM **JOE~T*ENGLISHBLUESMAN.
    FOR THOSE WHO DONT KNOW ME-GO TO MY YOUTUBE SITE NAMED-- ENGLISHBLUESMAN .
    IM KNOWN WORLD WIDE FOR MY ENGLISH STYLE OF PLAYING AND MOST OF ALL THE SOUND I GET WITH ANY GUITAR.
    I BOUGHT THIS AMP AND FOR THE ONES THAT SAY ITS NO GOOD--CLEAN OUT YOUR EARS.
    I GET THE IDENTICLE SOUND OF-CLAPTON-CROSSROADS LIVE,CREAM--BECK--BECKOLA AND TRUTH-PAGE ,-SONG REMAINS THE SAME-THE MOVIE-1ST-2ND ALBUME-
    HENDRIX--1ST-2ND-3RD-ALBUMES---
    EDDI VAN H.-1ST-2ND ALBUMES ALSO WITH HAGAR LIVE--
    SO-IF YOU NEED ANY OF THESE SOUNDS--BUY IT-

    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    AMAZING AMP

    By AJ Foell

    from GA

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I love this amp. i got it for Christmas when they first came out late 2010. I have used it for jazzband and on clean setting at 33% volume it played over a jazz band and through the at least 100x150 ft cafeteria beautifully. Now when you hit a few buttons it goes to the dark side and gives really amazing tube sound (it is 100% REAL tube amp no solid state crap). Works great for covering big name bands that use marshalls for recording as it give that same tube tone. I have only had to 33% volume and it got as loud as i needed,in distortion 30% gets loud enough to wake the neighbors. The Celestrion speaker specially designed for Haze anps is a amazing sound that make it a great amp for under $1000. Plus i have transported it a lot and if you really want a good idea get a small cart like used in gardening and put on there,save a lot of heavy lifting (amp is about 50 lbs) and i have managed to fit my amp, ata style guitar case,cables,binder of music,and any other needs and have it all in a cart ready to go.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Marshall Haze: Pretty Good Amp!

    By Bob the Strat Player

    from Springfield, MA

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I just purchased a used Haze 40. I thought the tone was pretty good in both the clean and distortion channels, except that bass notes were pretty mushy. I cured that by transplanting a Scumback (Weber) 65 watt "aged" speaker and this cured that mushy bass problem. The clean channeld sounds great with both Strats and Les Pauls. In some ways the amp appears to be pretty well built as I had to disassemble it to swap out the speakers...HOWEVER, I note the plastic nuts on the input and footswithc jacks and will be very gentle with these. Other concerns: the provided footswitch works OK but there is a slight delay when switching channels and I don't know if that will be a problem when I'm gigging with the amp (which I plan to do). I bought the 4 way footcontroller and it has the same delay. Time will tell on that issue.
    The tone of this amp is remarkably Marshall, in my opinion. I own a 1974X and the haze has a pretty warm sound. Definitely agree that this is more of an amp for Clapton and Cream songs than for Metallica songs! For the money, I think this is a pretty nice amp and I'm pretty confident it will stand up to my occasional gigs as well as function as one of my multitude of practice amps.Definitely try one out, but plan to change the speaker as that made a huge difference in both clean and distorted tone, clarity,and punch.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Nice amp, very versatile.

    By steven barron

    from Kentucky

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I am overall very happy with the Haze 40, and you will be ,too, if you know what you're getting. Don't expect this amp to have a ton of saturation in the preamp. It sounds like a mini JCM800 when overdriven, and it sounds like a modified, overdriven JCM800 when you use a pedal, which works just fine for me.
    This is a 40 watt all tube amp with one 12" Celestion speaker, two channels, digital effects...
    This amp is very versatile for a variety styles, you need to use a pedal to push the preamp for metal, though, which does not bother me since all of my favorite players used an overdrive pedal to create great songs, and high gain amps are a relatively new thing. This amp does not have the distortion that something like a JCM 2000 has, but I use a Tube Screamer in front of mine, and it really sings!! Haven't had a chance to play with a band yet, but it seems REALLY LOUD! The FX sound good, too, for what a mono amp setup can deliver.
    This amps seems to be built pretty tough, has a quality finish like all Marshall stuff...

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    About 75% of what I want

    By Pascal_h

    from Virginia

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    This is an amp which holds its own on either the clean or the overdrive channels, but doesn't have a tone to make you salivate on either channel. For me, it's about 70%-80% of what I wish it were on either the clean or distorted side. I read another review which said "wish it squeezed a little harder." I COMPLETELY agree!! Even cranked, you don't get the impression that it's really pushing. All that said, it is versatile as a general-purpose amp, and even though I don't play out much I would readily take it on a gig. The effects are solid enough to get through most classic rock songs without packing a pedal board, and it's so easy to switch to the tone you need that it won't impact the time between songs (realistically). NOTE: I had a peavy Vyper (solid state) which I'd traded in for this, and am much happier with the tones I can get out of this. I've recorded this amp for milder songs numerous times and have been generally happy with the results; but one thing's for sure: it doesn't "go to 11." Still, at the end of the day, there's something reassuring about looking over your shoulder and seeing "Marshall."

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Repair update

    By JamTimer22

    from East Coast

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Now I know why good tone is so elusive...my amp has been at an authorized repair center for 6 months! Marshall dropped Korg USA for warranty work and all the parts are in shipping/inventory limbo. Hope you don't need anything done to your Marshall amp until the dust settles.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great combo

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I bought this to compliment my Vox AC50, which is large and hard to move around. This Haze is a great size, but still has plenty of power. AMAZING clean channel! Seriously, just a great clean channel! Don't buy the lie that it doesn't have a good gain channel. Is it a JCM900? No, but it has as good of a gain channel as most Marshalls that I've played.Effects are a nice add-on, and the reverb sounds great. It is also built as well as my Hot Rod Deluxe was...Just a nice amp with great tube tones.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good Amp

    By lonewolfposse

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    My Main amp is the Marshall JVM 410C. This is my backup amp to that amp. Its a much lighter amp. The gain distortion is not as over top as the 410c but adequate. With a Tubescreamer it can do anything you want. I tried the Fender, Vox and other equivalent tube amps and liked this one the best. The clean is very good. The built in effects are convenient. I've gigged a solid month with it and have had no problems, even after dropping it a couple of times. Its a good amp.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Excellent Low Watt Tube Amp

    By LesMarshall

    from Toronto, Ontario

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    The Marshall Haze is an all around excellent amp at a relatively low cost. The Clean Channel has a surprisingly good, somewhat mellow tone playing through my Les Paul, and when the Bright switch s engaged you can get excellent fender like cleans. Crank up the clean channel and you get that classic marshall boken up tone. Channel 2, for a gain channel, is fairly low gain and creates good blues and classic rock tones. Add a little more gain and it goes slightly muddy, but using the bright switch and a boost pedal solves this quickly. The reverb is useable, as is the delay and chorus. The vibe is okay but for effects I would use specialty pedals. All in all it is all you can ask for in a combo of this size. Also, buy the 40 watt combo as opposed to the 15 as imo it sounds much better and has better tubes.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    True Marshall flavor

    By AmazedbyLine6

    from Florida

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I bought this amplifier at a local guitar shop after trying it for about roughly an hour. I've had it for about 2 weeks now, and I just can't believe how amazing this amp is. Now first things first- this is NOT a metal amp. This amp (from what I've read online) was developed for that 70's era sound. Out of the box, it does just that- but boy, this amp takes kindly to pedals. I currently run a Vox Satchurator and a Vox Big Bad Wah in front of it, and I get some amazing tones. If you're looking for a nice tube combo, look no further, this one is a beauty. My only complaints are that at higher volumes, the amp can get a little rattle going (which can cause havoc on the tubes), and the on-board effect are sub-par. The Reverb and Chorus are pretty usable, but the echo isn't much to the ears. All in all though, I love this amp.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Amazing!!

    By Brady

    from Ohio

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • heavy

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Very good and fun

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Love this amp so much I bought a 2nd one

    By Ken Dog Carey

    from Kansas City, MO

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • Internal effects just ok

    Best Uses

    • Jam sessions
    • Perfect for small venues
    • Performances

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I rarely use the internal effects. Prefer to use external stomp boxes. For jams it works well with the internal 1-12" speaker, but for performances I set it on top of a 2-12" Marshall cabinet & disconnect the 1-12" internal spkr. Gives it a bassier tone. I like the tone quality of this amp, but get the sustain I desire with an overdrive pedal & a compressor. At jam sessions I will occasionally switch to the effects channel to use the internal delay.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Finally!

    By Pest

    from Upstate NY

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    Being in a band where I play keyboards AND rhythm guitar, I have a lot of gear to carry. For years I've been looking for tube combo with killer tone that didn't cost 5-6 months of gig money. I went through solid state Marshalls, Line6 stuff, Mesa stuff (combos don't measure up to their real amps), and ended up with the Haze 40. Finally I have a nice portable combo with killer tone that I can put a mic in front of for big gigs. The implementation of the effects is a little odd but they will do until I figure out something else. For this price... unbelievable!

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Amp

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I have been looking for a 12 inch combo for a while now and I did a lot of research and this amp stood out among the rest. I bought the amp a week ago and I have been the happiest guy around since then. I love Marshall sound and this amp really puts out great tones and power to go with it. The amp sounds good in a small room or jammin with friends in a larger area.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Marshall tone in a practical package

    By MustangMan-Z4mFe

    from NJ

    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I can carry it with one hand. It has EL34 grit and power. It has really usable effects. It is great warm cleans and non fizzy overdrive.I thought nothing would seperate me from my fender hotrod, but I am stoked with my Haze.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Review

    By kaseylee_98@yahoo.com

    from Korea

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    Comments about Marshall Haze MHZ40C 40W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:

    I bought this amp because I was tired of the harsh solid state tones I was getting from my Marhall AVT 150H half stack. I wanted a portable all tube combo with inspiring tone that I could more easily haul to my gigs.Despite not having the high gain associated with the Marshall name, I love the tone of this amp. I play small venues of about 100-150 people and typically don't get this thing past 50% capacity so I cannot drive it hard enough to get high gain (if its even on the menu) My set up is as follows Gibson SG into a powered Furman pedalboard with the following: MXR Dyna Comp into Ibanez Tube Screamer into Big Muff Pi into Dunlop Wah into Boss Tuner pedal. I think the already high quality tone coming from this amp is massaged even further by my choice of pedals and guitar. I've used this amp on 3 gigs now and I've had nothing but compliments so far. Its plenty loud and the clean sounds are studio-worthy, especially good with the dyna comp kicked in.I marked it down on features because of the gain issue I mentioned earlier. Also, when you guys try to set this thing up on a tilt back amp stand you will notice that the jacks for the power supply and footswitch are inconveniently located precisely where the bars for the amp stand need to go. To remedy this I had to slide the amp off center and hope I wasn't going to bump it during the gig. Also, the plastic nut used for the input is already coming loose after only 3 practices and 3 gigs. Luckily the tone I get out this amp is good enough for me to let the other issues slide.

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