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Marshall MG10CD Combo Amp

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The sturdy, compact Marshall MG10CD Combo Amp boasts 2 channels, a custom-voiced 6-1/2" speaker, and 10W of Marshallized power. The clean channel giv...Click To Read More About This Product

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The biggest little practice amp in the world.

The sturdy, compact Marshall MG10CD Combo Amp boasts 2 channels, a custom-voiced 6-1/2" speaker, and 10W of Marshallized power. The clean channel gives you shimmering pristine tones, and when cranked produces a musical crunch perfect for the blues. The overdrive channel kicks in a bunch of the distortion that has made the Marshall name. Emulated headphone output gives you great tone and mutes the speaker. Includes CD input. The Marshall MG10CD Combo Amp is a great amplifier for the studio, too.

FEATURES
  • 10W of power
  • Custom-voiced 6-1/2" speaker
  • 2 channels: clean and overdrive
  • Contour control radically modifies the midrange, from traditional to scooped modern
  • CD input for jam-along purposes
  • Emulated line out for recording
  • Emulated headphone jack for silent practice
  • Compact and sturdy design
  • Classic Marshall looks

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • 11-3/4"W x 12-1/4"H x 7-1/2"D (295 x 310 x 190mm)
  • 11 lbs. (5kg)
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4.5

(based on 172 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great beginner's amp

I started to learn guitar in my teens with a 5W amp, and it sounded boring, and I quit. Picked up one of these last year, and it rekindled my desire to learn...Read complete review

I started to learn guitar in my teens with a 5W amp, and it sounded boring, and I quit. Picked up one of these last year, and it rekindled my desire to learn to play again, and I haven't quit since. It sounds great, within its limits, and distorts and feeds back like a bigger amp. Great Marshall quality. The only drawback is the headphone output, which loses all the distortion and gain, so I have to practice without headphones to hear anything decent. You can buy a no-name copy for a bit less, but why not just get the real thing? It makes me happy.

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Disappointing

I bought this amp for my private lesson studio. I already had two practice amps, each nothing fancy. But I needed a third amp, and decided to get something with some street...Read complete review

I bought this amp for my private lesson studio. I already had two practice amps, each nothing fancy. But I needed a third amp, and decided to get something with some street cred. The name "Marshall" on the amp impresses my students, but the actual performance of the amp is disappointing. One obvious drawback is that the amp has only one tone knob--not separate knobs for bass, midrange, and treble. The amp is too bright for my own taste, so it's impossible to reduce the brightness without also sacrificing my bass and midrange. The amp's gain is way too hot. Turning the gain up to "3" gives me what I think is an ultra-thick distorted sound; turning the gain any higher makes a sound like a Sleestak in "Land of the Lost". Compared to my other practice amps, which are nothing special, this Marshall hums like a sombich (that is, the dirty channel hums--the clean channel fine). In all fairness, the amp is capable of producing a handful of good sounds (for example, selecting two pickups on my Strat and adding a little bit of gain, I can get a very nice Cream-era Clapton tone). Bit this isn't a plug-and-play device. You gotta do a lot of tweaking to find a tolerable sound, and even then you have to make some allowances in your personal tastes.

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great beginner's amp

By Simon-QA_6H

from Harrison, TN

I started to learn guitar in my teens with a 5W amp, and it sounded boring, and I quit. Picked up one of these last year, and it rekindled my desire to learn to play again, and I haven't quit since. It sounds great, within its limits, and distorts and feeds back like a bigger amp. Great Marshall quality. The only drawback is the headphone output, which loses all the distortion and gain, so I have to practice without headphones to hear anything decent. You can buy a no-name copy for a bit less, but why not just get the real thing? It makes me happy.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

WOW!

By Blythe-AmduL

from New York City

Heres a little story about this amp. Our band was having band practice. I was playing bass. I told Danny to shut off his amp. He was a little too lazy so I went over to the Fender Frontman... and I realized it was off. I looked down at the Marshall and it was on! All that time Danny had been jamming on the Mini! He had had great sound and tone and through his Wah-Wah pedal it sounded even better... get this amp.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It really is The Biggest Little Amp In the World

By Guitarfanatic-R6xLS

from Asheville, NC

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This little babie is great as a practice amp. It is also great for recording. It gives the classic marshall sound of Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, and Rush. I have a hard time believing that this is a 10 watt amp. There are only two down sides to this. It shakes it's surroundings when you turn it up too loud. It does not have reverb fx.Great buy.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall MG10CD Combo Amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Just got this amp in and I really enjoy jamming with it. It generates a fat sound even at lower volumes and really cranks when you turn it up. Classic Marshall distortion and really nasty chug-chug when you palm mute. The contour is great, im really happy with the range of sounds you can get with it. The clean is good too. It seems really durable and its hard to find anything that sounds this good in the price range. If you're looking for a solid, inexpensive but well made practice amp, this is a great choice.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Genuine Marshall Tone! Small Package!

By MonisKight

from Theheartof, KY

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Awesome little beast. Great to practice with at home, and also even for a small-setting garage-band gig. Crystal clean channel. Crunchy in dirty mode. Buy one. I mean,Seriously.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome little Amp!!

By Richie-LkHFr

from Houston

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I've been playing since I was a teenager for about 12 years. This is one of my favorite amps to play. It's great as a beginner amp, but I actually choose to play this the most over my other full sized tube and solid state amps. I love how portable it is and easy to play just about anywhere I want. It has that great marshall crunch when cranked and a nice little bluesy vibe and sounds more like a 40-50 watt amp. The bass is nice and thumpy and not flabby when palm muting and all notes ring through clearly when struming chords. Who know you could gets sounds like this from a tiny amp like this and for this cheap? Oh yeah is it just me or do you guys love the smell of Marshalls? Even this little one has that "smell".

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Marshall

By Greg Bennett Guitar guy

from Alabama

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I Tried this amp at a local railroad bazar and it was ok. The thing is it is a small and a practice amp but it is a marshall which automatically makes it better than any other 10 watt amplifier

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Pretty nice starter

By TrixR4kids

from Mad-City, WI

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Granted this isn't a Marshall tube but it's simple to use and has a great sound to it for the small price tag.My favorite part about it is the port in the back where you can put a line out to another speaker and increase your noise =D(Basically, if you wanted to, you could stick a cab under it and make urself a cheap lil mini stack lol... I just hooked mine up to an old 1x12 speaker my dad had lying around and I was really happy with what I got)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall 10 Watt Amplifier Review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I got it september of 2007 and it is still is sounding how it sounded the day I got it. It has a great tone on both distortion and clean. It is a perfect practice amp. My brother has an acoustic drum set and we jam and I can still here the little thing perfectly. I can even play bass on it. I would highly advise it. Well if you get it have fun

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for a beginner

By Another Florida Loser

from Titusville,Florida

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This amp is pretty nice for how small it is, and is appropriate for its price. It has a pretty good tone, but the main problem for me is that it doesn't have enough options, so sometimes it's hard to get the sound you want out of it. Besides that, its very good. It's small, but can put out alot of sound, and I've even gigged with it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great practice amp!!!!

By LesPaulFreak992

from Quakertown, PA

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This little amp is perfect for just practicing in your room, and probably could be heard over drums, though I haven't tried yet. Good- pretty good clean channel, great distortion, plenty of volume, and affordable! Bad- some hum on the overdrive channel, no effects (but you get what you're paying for!), and the overdrive channel can get a bit muddy, but it really is a great little amp!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Lil Practice Amp

By Primal Concrete Sledge

from hanna, IN

If you are looking for your first practice amp this is it. Both the clean and OD channels sound great for a little 10 watt amp. Only downside is you don't have individual bass, mid, and treble knobs, but you still has the contour knob which pretty much does the same thing. This thing is pretty loud to for a small amp. The bottom line is if you are looking for your first practice amp, this is a steal.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Awesome little amp

By Jbird2468

from Dallas, GA

I've had this amp for about 3 years and I've used and abused the heck out of it. It can crank up lounder than most 15W amps and it never overheats or smells even when it's fully cranked up. Not too many fancy features, plenty of distortion, but not extreme, but you can get that classic marshall tone, even for such small of a speaker.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

not a bad little practice amp for the price

By barny15

from Minneapolis, MN

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keeping in mind that this is a practice amp and not meant for serious playing or recording...pros: for a 10 watt practice amp, it sounds pretty decent for what it is. it weighs next to nothing and is extremely tiny, so it's easy to store and move. it also comes with a headphone jack for silent playing, and you can plug a cd/mp3/tape player into it and jam along to your favorite records, which is great. the gain channel sounds surprisingly good for a practice amp.cons: it's noisy. lots of buzz and hum on the dirty channel, which is a drag. it also lacks any real tone controls beyond a "tone" knob that only controls midrange. the clean channel cracks and pops when you turn it past 3 or 4.bottom line: it's a great practice amp for the price, and beats the fender/crate/behringer offerings in the same price/wattage category. beyond using it for practice though, it serves little purpose.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

perfect litte practice amp!!

By jon -CWkTw

from canada

Very nice little amp, great for practicing/learningperfect to play in an appartment....this amp can be loud as you want but I dont recommend it for gig. Overall for this price you cant go wrong ,the clean sound is ok , the distortion is nice and covers all style of music very well.I'm very happy with it .

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

it aint worse but not the best

By fortified

from ph

well this little amp realy works fine.. the distortion realy sounds like the other marshall amps.. my amp just moments ago its volume became weaker and i dont know what hapen.. but i hope it aint over for my little amp over all its good..u can buy it or save for something more..

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

This amp really sucks

By Bryan Casson

from 312 Lakeshore Drive Stockbridge,Ga 30281

To start, this amp sucks. I could pull a better amp out of my @$$. The amp has very poor distortion and clean. I have been playing guitar for 5 years now and never have I came across a poorer amp. You get what u pay for. I own a Fender 50th Anniversary Strat, Gibson Les Paul Classic, and a Fender American Vintage 52' Tele. I own a Fender Cyber-Twin SE amp, Randall RG100SC/G2 Stereo Combo, and Marshall MF350 Mode Four Half-Stack Package. Marshall has some great amps but this one, just sucks. Email me at Bryanmok4@aol.com DON'T GET THIS AMP!!!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

METAL!!!!!!!!

By Marshalls Crush Everything Else!

from North Carolina

I own one of these after shopping for a good practice/ backstage amplifier. I compared it to just about everything in the store and this thing crushed everything. My friend at the music store heard me jamming on it and thought I was playing through the Marshall JCM 2000 Half stack that was right beside this thing. It has big sound in a small package. It sounds good enough to record with. I recommend this to every metal/ Death metal player out there. You do not need a distortion pedal with this little monster.

 
5.0

The Big Little Amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This amp has excellent sound quality and volume for its size. Also, the overdrive is very good!

 
4.0

Marshall Combo Amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

A bought this amp about 6 months ago and it is stil working great. It has a great sound on the clean channel, and the overdrive is really good and loud. The cd in imput is pretty useful, and with the output you can plug it into something with a little more pop. The only things I don't like about this amp is that headphones are very loud when plugged into this thing, and it makes a buzzing noise whenever you're not playing. Not a big deal, but its kinda annoying. It is also kinda expensive for just 10W.

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