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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.
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not a bad little practice amp for the price
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. ...Read complete review
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.
Most Liked Negative 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...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.
Reviewed by 172 customers
I purchased this amp two weeks ago and it is amazing. I use my Fender Strat and Fender P-Bass on it and to be so small it is very powerful. I highly recommend it!
I had this amp for about ten years until about a year ago When i finally bought a bigger nicer amp. dont get me wrong this amp is probably the best ten watter, at least I think so. I would use to let my friend play this while I played drums and you could still hear this thing without blowing anything out. It works really well with efect pedalboards. definetly the best thing for starters.
I have a friend with this amp and i use it to sing while he's playing a huge Fender deluxe and i can still hear myself and the sound is very crisp. ive used it for guitar too and is still great. Great all around amp. For this price, buy it.
compared to a bigger amp, no this is not the best, but for a practice amp it is small and easily moved(i have used it many times to go practice with my band)it is also great for beginners, the sound quailty is great for its size and for the price it has great features, you can not get a better amp for the price
I must admit, it is good for a mini practice amp. But I've had it for two years now, so I'm upgrading to a larger amp. So, I guess what I'm trying to say is that you won't want this amp forever, especially if your take guitar seriously. If you find a better offer for a normal amp, take it.
This amp is amazing. You can get a really clean sound and crunching distortion. I play an epiphone firebird I get insane metal sounds with it. It is a real marshall amp.
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.
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.
I use this amp to practice and to jam at a small local venu. It sounds awesome miced in the PA. It had a good sweet sound. I am runing a Boss Metalzone through the clean clean channel.
I bought this for my nephew as a gift. I really didn't have time to put it thru it's paces at the store. Volume is a problem, and so is distortion. The quality seems low as well.A few more dollars somewhere else will get you a lot more amp.