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Marshall MG30DFX 30W 1x10 Guitar Purple Combo Amp
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The Marshall MG30DFX 30W 1x10" Guitar Combo Amp is loaded with 30 Watts of power and a custom-voiced 10" speaker, giving it all the girth and grind o...Click To Read More About This Product
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This little purple beast can really scream!
The Marshall MG30DFX 30W 1x10" Guitar Combo Amp is loaded with 30 Watts of power and a custom-voiced 10" speaker, giving it all the girth and grind of its bigger brothers in a compact, rugged package. This edition comes with a cool purple finish. Footswitchable clean and overdrive channels (with optional footswitch) and independent tone controls add to its already impressive features.
The MG30DFX amplifier has built-in digital FX that include reverb, delay, chorus, and flange. Marshall FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping) mimics the way a tube amp interacts with the speaker that adds width and depth to the sound. An emulated Line Out/Headphone Out lets you connect the MG30DFX directly to a multitrack recording machine and get a great speaker-emulated guitar sound direct to disk or tape.
- 30 Watt (RMS) Output @ 4 Ohms
- 2 Channels (clean and Overdrive) With Independent Tone Controls
- CD Input jack
- Emulated Line/Headphone Out
- Digital FX - Reverb, Delay, Chorus, and Flange
- FDD (Frequency Dependent Damping) switch adds width and depth to the sound
- Custom-Voiced 10" speaker
- 30 Watt (RMS) Output: 4 Ohms
- Emulated Line/Headphone Output level: +4dB
- CD Input Jack Input Impedence: 3.3kOhms
- Dimensions: 476 x 408 x 240 mm, 18.74 x 16.06 x 9.44 in
- Weight: 9.6 kg, 21.16 Lb.
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I never owned a Marshall and just wanted a good sounding practice amp without a lot of background noise. This one surprised me! A lot better than I expected, now I practice a lot more because of it. The effects are great. The sound is great! Now I have to go Practice!!
I've tried about every amp you can think of and while I know many will differ with me about this, this amp sounds very tube-like. The tone is very warm, the clean is pristine, and the marshall crunch is just that...that of a marshall..the whole reason for buying one. This amp delivers in a big way. It's simple to figure out, and it simply cranks. The 10" speaker has a warmth that I prefer to 12's. If you can't afford a tube amp but still want a kicka**tone, buy this amp !
The MG30DFX series is a value driven solid state amplifier that delivers big for a modest price. Its not a tube amp, so don't expect it to be. Keep in mind it costs only a fraction of what a good tube amp does. Its small, but pretty loud with a multitude of features. You can get a variety of nice sounds by tinkering with the available controls. This model does not have the cooling fan that has caused problems on some of the larger MG series amps. It looks really cool too. Compact and versatile, I'd buy this one again.
This is my second Marshall, and I am not disappointed at all. Originally, this was to be a gift, but after having the box sit in my room for a few months, I finally gave into the temptation and opened it up. The deep dark purple is absolutely stunning, and after playing around with the knobs for a bit, I knew this amp was a keeper. I played several guitars with it: A 1979 Gibson Les Paul KM, a Gibson Les Paul Custom Silverburst, and an Ibanez Talman and this thing sounds great with humbuckers AND single coils! I can't wait to get my Fender Esquire back from the shop and fire it up. The sound isn't as bad as I thought it would be- after owning 2 all tube Mesa's for over 2.5 years, I swore I'd never go back to playing a solid state, but this thing gets just as much, if not more playing time than the Mesa's. It has the character of a tube amp- shoot, yesterday I cranked up the clean channel all the way and had a beautiful crunch tone. This amp is one of those rare finds, where it seems all you hear is negativity toward the MG Series and how bad they sound and hold up, but this amp is well constructed, sounds good- even the digital effects sound good for the most part! The only effect(s) I really didn't care for would have to be the delay and also the reverb- those did sound a little too digital for me, but the chorus was really nice and the flange created positive Sober and No Quarter type sounds. I feel that for practicing, and for the move to an apartment I have found my soul mate. This amp is perfect for practice and as long as you keep that in mind, you're good. This is good. Thank you Musician's Friend and Marshall!
This is a great amp for the price and what you get with it. I wasn't sure about the purple at first, but now that I have it I am very happy with it. It's a dark purple and just looks wicked. Let me tell you this thing is built solid.The effects are suprisingly really good for being built in. Eliminates the need for effects pedals for some things. Also the clean channel is beautiful and very clear. You can play anything on this little beauty, blues, rock, metal, it's all there.The price and features you get built into this amp make it a good deal. I tried this one along with a frontman, and this one beats it hands down.
This amp is worth a listening to. I played my telecaster on it and it sounded more than decent. It gave it a nice bluesy tone. Plus the purple is never out of style! Over-all a great buy.