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Marshall MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp   (Open Box)
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OVERVIEW

An ideal practice amp with an analogue tonal heart and solid digital effects section.

The Marshall MG Series MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp is an ideal amp for practicing and even performing in small to medium settings. Boasting a bold carbon fibre clad look, solid digital effects and MG's critically acclaimed, analogue tonal heart, the MGCF Series has arrived and is already the practice amp choice of some of the world's leading players.

FEATURES
  • Compact size for practice
  • Carbon fiber look and feel
  • Critically acclaimed Marshall analogue tone
  • Large complement of digital effects

Get inspired with killer Marshall tone and rock-hard effects. Order today.

SPECIFICATIONS

MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp

  • Output (RMS): 2W
  • Speaker: 1x6.5"
  • Channels (storable): 10 custom-voiced
  • Digital Effects: Yes
  • Digital Reverb: Yes
  • Internal FDD
  • Mp3/ Line In jack: Yes
  • Emulated Headphones Output: Yes
  • Emulated headphone Output: Yes
  • Dimensions: 10.23" x 14.2" x 6.88" (260 x 363 x 175 mm)
  • Weight: 6.8 lb. (3.1 kg)
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MarshallMG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.7

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Pros

  • Easy to use (3)
  • Portable (3)

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      5.0

      A Pleasant Suprise

      By Ron

      from Virginia

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      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Marshall MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp:

          For what this amp is, a low power travel amp, it sure is a winner. I'm not at all a fan of the MG line but I needed a travel amp that is durable and can fit nice in a suitcase. I also needed the amp to be able to work on 110 or 220 power. Not expecting much I got this and it really is a great little amp that works as advertised. It has 9 presets and they all sound pretty good and sound Marshallesque. The high gain channels have suprising amount of sustain. Nice! It also has a handy set of effects. I use the delay and reverb all the time and they are more than adequate. The included tuner works perfect. Does it get loud? Suprisingly yes, especially if you are in a hotel. It will never make your ears ring but more than adequate to practise and get the attention of your neighboring room. It looks well constructed. It has an input for an MP3 player/aux in and a separate input for headphones. The aux in is pretty good and you certainly can jam over backing tracks. You cant crank it up too high or it gets muddy but you certainly can find a sweet spot that has enough volume. The headphone-in feature works great if you are just playing the guitar but its very muddy if you play with backing tracks while employing the headset. I like this little amp so much that if it broke or was lost, I would immediately replace it. It hits everything I need in an amp like this -- decent tone, usable effects, tuner, MP3 aux in, headphone in, well built and portable-- except sounding good over a headphone while jamming to backing tracks. Otherwise, this amp is the star of the MG line. Real good value and if you need a small portable amp this is a great choice.

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          4.0

          Great inexpensive travel/practice amp

          By Bodhi

          from Raleigh, NC

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Portable

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Marshall MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp:

              Great as a portable practice amp. I've stuffed one into a padded duffle to take on vacations along with my Strat in a padded gig bag. Very light and very compact and so far, very durable. The tone is not that great though. It's hard to get a clean tone, and cranking the gain up even a little results in a fairly muddy sound. I didn't expect tube amp sound and I didn't get it. But I appreciate the main objective of this inexpensive little gem- for taking along on the road for practicing.

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              5.0

              Really surprisingly good

              By Salman Shami

              from Australia

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              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Excellent Sound
              • Good Warmth
              • Portable
              • Powerful
              • Sparkling Cleans
              • Useable Distortion

              Cons

              • Nothing Yet

              Best Uses

              • Travel Amp

              Comments about Marshall MG Series MG2CFX 2W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp:

              Firstly I wasnt expecting very much given that many people seem to criticize the MG line. Also I am spoilt for amps by having two tube amps. I bought this to practice when I am on business trips. My previous experience with very small amps includes the Roland Micro Cube and the Blackstar HT1.

              First of all it is very clear to me that the Marshall is clearly superior to the Roland in terms of clean and distorted sound. The
              Roland starts to sound quite wonky when driven hard and I did not really find any settings that I was comfortable with. The Blackstar was a lovely amp and while I cannot be as definitive as I was with the Roland this amp is at the very least comparable if not better. Its important to remember that is is also about a third of the price. So far I have used it with a Fender Blacktop HSH Strat and the sound is really great. I have used it mainly to play clean with reverb turned to half and doing some shredding in the first of the OD2 setting. It manages the high gain sounds remarkably well. I must of course say that I am playing in a hotel room so I cannot turn the sound up. Having said that I am really really pleased and that I guess is what counts the most.

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