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Marshall MG15MSII Micro Stack

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Its 15W head and 2 - 10" speaker cabinets create a stack that is only 15"W x 37"H x 9"D, but the Marshall MG15MSII Micro Stack puts out a tone that's...Click To Read More About This Product

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Big Marshall stack tone in a compact package.

Its 15W head and 2 - 10" speaker cabinets create a stack that is only 15"W x 37"H x 9"D, but the Marshall MG15MSII Micro Stack puts out a tone that's far from miniature. The head has all the standard MG features: control for clean volume; overdrive gain and volume; reverb level; and 3-way EQ with bass, treble, and a contour that lets you fine-tune the mids. It also boasts a CD input, an emulated line out, and a headphone jack that mutes the speakers.

FEATURES
  • 15W head
  • 2 - 10" speaker cabinets
  • 2 channels
  • Bass, treble, and contour EQ controls
  • CD input
  • Emulated line out
  • Headphone jack with speaker muting

Think small but sound big. Order your Marshall MG Micro Stack today.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Dimensions: 15"W x 37"H x 9-1/4"D
  • Weight: 46-1/2 lb.
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4.5

(based on 117 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nice little setup

I have owned this 'stack' for several years now - bought it used on eBay. Great for bedroom practice. However, the 10" speakers that come with it are crap. I...Read complete review

I have owned this 'stack' for several years now - bought it used on eBay. Great for bedroom practice. However, the 10" speakers that come with it are crap. I bought 2 Celestion G10s (UK) (again on eBay) and now this setup sounds great. It lacks a footswitch but no big deal - if you are just using it in your room - just get up and press the button. Again, great setup, looks real cool, but change the speakers - it's really like night & day when you put in better speakers (make sure the replacements are 16 ohm - like I mentioned - the Celestions G10s, or the Celestion Greenbacks. Stay away from the G10D-25s - not all that good). Also, it handles pedals pretty good - I use a Marshall Drivemaster or Guv'nor before it and it really gives you some nice sounds.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Noodler

I purchased this amp, as I previously have owned a Marshall and have been satisfied. The tonal quality of this amp however, is dry and limited, as it does not present a...Read complete review

I purchased this amp, as I previously have owned a Marshall and have been satisfied. The tonal quality of this amp however, is dry and limited, as it does not present a full, colorful tonal spectrum. The EQ does not add enough highs or lows to really dial in a specific sound. Furthermore, you crank the volume, and it sounds like the speaker cones are blown out! I'm sorry to say this, but I think Marshall bombed with this model, and I would purchase something else in hindsight for what I paid for it... (ps: It has sat in my closet for the last seven months collecting dust).

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice little setup

By Lee-I8Crk

from Arizona

I have owned this 'stack' for several years now - bought it used on eBay. Great for bedroom practice. However, the 10" speakers that come with it are crap. I bought 2 Celestion G10s (UK) (again on eBay) and now this setup sounds great. It lacks a footswitch but no big deal - if you are just using it in your room - just get up and press the button. Again, great setup, looks real cool, but change the speakers - it's really like night & day when you put in better speakers (make sure the replacements are 16 ohm - like I mentioned - the Celestions G10s, or the Celestion Greenbacks. Stay away from the G10D-25s - not all that good). Also, it handles pedals pretty good - I use a Marshall Drivemaster or Guv'nor before it and it really gives you some nice sounds.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Noodler

By Noodler-WlKVQ

from San Diego, California.

I purchased this amp, as I previously have owned a Marshall and have been satisfied. The tonal quality of this amp however, is dry and limited, as it does not present a full, colorful tonal spectrum. The EQ does not add enough highs or lows to really dial in a specific sound. Furthermore, you crank the volume, and it sounds like the speaker cones are blown out! I'm sorry to say this, but I think Marshall bombed with this model, and I would purchase something else in hindsight for what I paid for it... (ps: It has sat in my closet for the last seven months collecting dust).

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just what I needed

By KR-fkhhu

from AZ

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It took me nearly a year to buy this Marshall. I have played Fenders my whole life and wanted that classic Marshall roar. My one and only concern was weather or not this "little" amp would have enough power. It does. Our band plays medium sized venues and this is just what I was looking for. It has enough power and sound for a good sized crowd (500) and yet you can control the volume for a smaller gig. That has always been my problem-find one amp for small and larger gigs. Well, this fills both needs. Great sound, and as so many reviews have stated the clean sound will blow you away. If you are leaning towards this I would highly encourage you to purchase. 15 watts never sounded so proud.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

I'll pass on this one

By gearhound-nm

from Tijeras, NM

Tried this in the store next to the Valvestates that have a real tube preamp, and this will not measure up. Note that this doesn't have a channel footswitch option, nor any FX - just reverb. Cute, but not a good value for the money. I got the AVT20 instead for the same price - great tube tone, much better overall sound, plenty loud.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

that Marshall Sound

By Gruidl

from Minneapolis

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I love the sound of this thing. It's great if all you want is that saturated, Marshall distortion. It doesn't really do much else. Clean tone is ok, but this is a one trick pony...thing is, it's excellent at that one trick. Could use a foot switch option. I'd say this is more for the studio or home, but if you don't need to switch channels, would sound great through a PA.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice Amp!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This is a great amp, plain and simple. I had no idea it it 15 watts. I hooked up a boss BD-2 and cranked up the gain with the volume knob at about 8 and it set off the alarm at my house. This is a great amp and is sold at a great price. I hook my les paul into this thing and the warm tone blows my mind. You can't beat a marshall amp and a marshall with a les paul and boss pedals is amazing!

(1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great amp!

By Julian

from portland

hay I'm 14 and i just bought this Marshall! It sounds great, it's perfect for playing anywhere and it's an awesome price for people like me who can't afford 5000 dollar Marshall tube amps!p.s Don't believe the crap people tell u it's totally loud enough for gigs it's not like your gonna use this in an arena

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Marshal

By Jack P.

from New York

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I just got this amp I have played about 4 hours worth on it. From what I have seen from this amp it is a great practice amp but does not have GREAT volume. This amp is great for any type of playing the overdrive on it is fantastic. It has many controlls all of witch work great the only one that lacks a little is the reverb but other then that this amp is worth all its money. For those of you who are wondering it goes to about the lower waist of some one around 5'6"

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

excellant & easy on the back

By luckybighead

from North Tx.

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I've had this little guy for a couple years now and thought I'd share my thoughts.I'm over 50 but am still rockin' occasionally. I got this mainly to downsize. At first,I used the line out,and plugged it into the P.A. It works great. But now I use it with 4 10" cabs and its not miked. I use a digitech processor which ramps up the volume and don't have a problem being heard when we play. Thumbs up to Marshall for a back saving little amp.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp!

By MarshallMan800

from Undisclosed

I have had this for about 5 months now. It is really good for practice. I have used it for a couple jam sessions. It gives a Fender Frontman 212r a run for its money. I can get exactly what I am looking for out of this beast.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice little stack

By Jay9928

from Phoenix, Az

I have recently acquired this little piece of history from my local Guitar Center in Phoenix. I straight traded it for my Roland JC-120. Do not get me wrong, the JC-120 is great but too clean for me considering I play Distortion alot! I read reviews of other purchasers who bought this, and think that the tone, gain, OD, etc. Is crappy. GUYS, it is not only the amp. Take into account your guitar, pickups, your effects, and the effects chain. With some experimenting, and tweaking, you will be satisified. I have to agree with my other fellow players, that this is not an Arena amp LOL. It is PERFECT for around the house, backyard gigs, and the like. Here is my setup:Fender US Strat w/ David Gilmour EMG SA p/ups, LSR roller nut, and Schaller Locking Tuners.Marshall MG15 MSIIBOSS GT-6, MXR Dyna-Comp, and Digitech Scott Ian Black 13 pedal

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My biggest mistake was SELLING my Micro-Stack!!!!!

By pendergasta

from Winston Salem, NC

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I played this amp for 4 years teamed up with an Ibanez roadstar and later with a BC Rich USA model. I can honestly say that I have regretted selling my micro-stack since I traded it in on a 100W Crate. I tried Crate, Fender, and Peavey amps, and nothing could ever touch that Micro stack. I practiced with it and played gigs for 4 years and it never failed to make me perfectly happy.

 
5.0

Marshall Baby

By clif

from palm harbor ,florida

this baby will keep up with a fender twin and have that marshall sound what all other amps are compared to -

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5.0

UNBELIEVABLE! A+++++++

By That70'sGuy

from Midwest

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I've been playing for more years than I care to mention, (Started with an Ampeg V-4 if that tells ya anything!) and this little Marshall CRANKS! I've used it live, in the studio, and at home - it suits all these environments perfectly. (Obviously, live it needs miked up via the PA) FDD switch makes ALL the difference, great sound, great price. Beginner to Pro you can go wrong.

 
5.0

Mighty Mini!

By lowrider83

from Austin, MN

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Without a doubt the best sounding amp in this power range I've heard. I also own a Marshall MG15DFX and, other than the built-in effects on the DFX, the MSII is the better sounding of the two. The 2-10" speakers make for a richer, fuller sound than a single speaker combo. The Stack can also be pushed harder before the sound starts to break up. The MSII has enough power to be used for practice with the band and be easily heard. It is extremely versatile as well, with a very nice clean channel, and an overdrive channel that could be the envy of many more powerful amps. The gain, volume and contour controls put a wide range of tones at your fingertips, from warm, smooth overdrive purr to modern high gain scream and all points in between. A lot of credit has to go to Marshall's Frequency Dependent Damping control, standard equipment on most (if not all) MG series solid state amps. What it does is make the amps more full and natural (tube) sounding. How it does it, I have no clue! I just know it works beautifully. As an experiment, I ran the MG15MSII head through my 1960A 4x12 cabinet. It sounded great, further testament to how good this basic design is.

 
5.0

Good enough

By psyco hippy

from Willits, CA

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I was playing aroung with this amp in a local music center, and I was looking for a nice amp to start me off because im planning on playing my first gig soon. Finally after digging around a pile of affordable amps I found this one. The store owner let me turn the volume all the way up and it is defanently capable for gigs in clubs and such. The only problems though are that the crunch is a little uneven, and there isent much of it, plus everything just kinda blends in and doesent sound too diferent, but other than that its fine a distortion pedal will fix the problem. I suggest this amp for any first timer that wants to go to the next level.

 
5.0

marshall stack

By bblhps44

from Plainfield,indiana

this amp is awesome...i have played out live in a bar with it and it does perfectly fine....distortion and reverb is perfect! can be loud...for the money it is the best amp to get

 
5.0

Sick amp

By saxmanpf2

from Milwaukee, WI

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This amp is great! It is quite loud too - you get WAY more volume than you'd expect from a 15W head. And, it's a Marshall, so you know you're getting a quality product. Totally worth the money.

 
4.0

Mighty might

By The madman-3LjHR

from Camby, In

This little amp is all it's "cranked" up to be. Could use more built in effects, but with my own pedel board it performs quite well. As far as sound, everyone has their own sound I hope. Distortion is admirable and the and the clean channel is just that, clean. For only 15 watts you might not expect this thing to really rock, but if you mic it it is absolutly gigable and I have done so. Not a full stack by any means but it can get the job done if you know what youre doing and how to work your equipment.

 
5.0

this amp rocks!

By Guitarfrk444

from Cleveland, OH

at first i thought this was just a cute practice amp, but then i tried it out and this thing cranks! you might want to use a few effects on it though, because it gets kinda boring after a while.

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