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Marshall MG100HDFXR/MG412AR 100 Watt Half-Stack
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The Marshall MG100DFX is a 2-channel amp with special features such as FDD (Frequency Dependent Dampening), CD ins, plus emulated line out, and emula...Click To Read More About This Product
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Rugged red vinyl covering and unique basketweave grille cloth stands out from the crowd.
The Marshall MG100DFX is a 2-channel amp with special features such as FDD (Frequency Dependent Dampening), CD ins, plus emulated line out, and emulated headphone jacks. It features digital effects including reverb, delay, chorus, and flange. With 100W, this is a fully gig-capable amp and it retains all the features that make it great for practice, too.
The Marshall MG412 slant cab is the perfect match to the MG100HDFXR. This 8 ohm, 120W cab is loaded with 4 - 12" custom-voiced Marshall/Celestion speakers.
- Unique red cosmetics
- The MG100HDFX:
- Big Marshall tone
- Delivers a dynamic yet toneful punch
- 100W power
- 2 channels (footswitchable)
- Digital effects including reverb, delay, chorus, and flange
- FDD (Frequency Dependent Dampening)
- CD ins, plus emulated line out, and emulated headphone jacks
- 25"W x 14"H x 12"D
- 39 lbs.
- The MG412:
- 4 - 12" custom-voiced Marshall/Celestion speakers
- 8 ohms
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Before you plug into an amp, turn it on, mess with the settings & see what it sounds like you must look at it. & I must say this is the greatest looking amp I've ever seen. It looks even better in real life & the grille which looks silver in the photos is actualy a combination of black & whiteish threads that resemble gold/veige makes great contrast with the gold plates. It'll definately stand out from any other equipment on & off stage.But as a musician I must agree that sound comes before visuals. Sound wise, this Marshall lives up to its name & looks. The clean channel's very clear & sounds amazing with acoustics, it also has a "crunch" switch which is like distortion's shy brother. The Overdrive channel's got two different types of distortion, OD1 which is very raw & grungy I'd say & OD2 which is more metal & high pitched which sounds great for solos. The DFX aren't really that much but I don't really ask for effects from an amp so I'm okay with that.The only bad thing I've experienced with it was at first when I brought it to band practice it created a tremendous amount of feedback on the overdrive channel when I turned up the volume past 5 (12 o'clock) but this has never happened when I practice with my other band & I can even play shows with it & it sounds amazing. :-)
I got one after buying a Randall amp head. There was a black one in the place where I practice, and we had a 3 hour dogfight, comparing with both heads in 1960A cabinets. The MG100 blew my Randall out the window. From that day on, I noticed not the name of the brand is important. I left all the horse-sighted thoughts and went on to buy one. Got the really different looking Red Special series head. Killer amp, get it if you are stuck between a 400-1000$ price range. Enough Said.
This amp is great for what its worth and the color is awesome. Crazy how the price is the same as the black mg100hdfxr, on the note that there are only 1000 of these here in the U.S.The sound is incredible for how much it is, I wonder how much better the high end marshalls are.P.S. i run it through a 60th anniversarry fender strat.
This amp is great for the money. The only problem i have with it is that the reverb isn't footswitchable. I use alot a reverb and i have to turn it on with my hand and it sucks. The effects are good for amp effects. The sound is just as good as any other Marshall. When i bought it i didn't know it had 2 overdrives. That really helps me. The clean channel also has a crunch thingy thats like the same exact thing as another channel. thats really good too. You should by this if you need something in the price range.
I have this head, I've had it for about a month now it's okay for a solid state but, typical solid state sound. I wouldn't play a show with it but, practice and/or rehearsal and it keeps up just fine. But, if you are buying this to get that "Marshall Sound" do yourself a favor and spend the money on a Marshall tube head.
This amp is amazing, the looks on this thing rule all. My only complaint really is that it isnt a tube amp, so it dosent sound as great as other marshalls do. This marshall however is great for a muscian who is looking to gig but not really tour. Id recomend a tube amp marshall thats more expensive for more toruing type playing or for more serious muscians. However despite this, it is a very great amp.