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Marshall MG4 Series MG100HFXRS and MG412ARS Half Stack   

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Snag an MG Series head and cab together in one powerful half-stack.

Now you can get Marshall's MG4 Series MG100HFXRS amp head and MG412ARS cab together in one hot half-stack with striking red exterior.

Marshall MG100HFX Head

The Marshall MG100HFX amp head packs fully analog tone circuits, providing the distinctive Marshall tone and pure organic flexibility. Using digitally controlled analog functions, the MG4 Series MG100HFX also delivers precise control and superb flexibility without masking your guitar's own sound or making your tone sound processed and artificial.

The Marshall MG100HFX head also features a frequency-dependent damping circuit. This circuit ensures that the sound reproduces the same interaction between amplifier and speaker that occurs in professional valve amplification, making the MG100HFX amplifier sound and feel alive.

A two-button footswitch is included, but with a Stompware 4-button footcontroller (sold separately), you can easily store and recall your favorite settings, playing seamlessly through your music in true professional style.

Marshall MG412 Cabinet

The 8-ohm, 120W Marshall MG412 angled speaker cab is loaded with 4 x 12" custom-voiced Marshall/Celestion speakers that really crank out authentic Marshall tone. The road-ready MG412 cab features reinforced corners and recessed side bar handles.

FEATURES
MG100HFX Amp Head
  • Power: 100W RMS
  • Channels: 4
  • Stompware footswitchable (not included)
  • EQ: 3-stage
  • Damping: FDD onboard and additional two-way selector
  • Custom Effects: Reverb, chorus, phaser, flanger, delay
  • Emulated MP3/Line in
  • Emulated Headphones Out
  • Effects Loop
  • Dimensions: 23-3/10" W x 9-4/5" H x 10-4/5" D
  • Weight: 25 lb.
MG412A Speaker Cab
  • 4 x 12" custom-voiced Marshall/Celestion speakers
  • Angled configuration
  • 8 ohm
  • 120W handling
  • Dimensions: 26-1/2" W x 26-1/4" H x 14" D

Order now and add this half-stack to your arsenal.

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4.5

(based on 13 reviews)

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It's A Little Fun Monster

I originally bought the MG-50 combo amp at a local music store, but it had a problem with the guitar jack coming loose and falling back into the amp (not good at...Read complete review

I originally bought the MG-50 combo amp at a local music store, but it had a problem with the guitar jack coming loose and falling back into the amp (not good at all), so I took it back to see if I could get a replacement. They didn't have another and were giving me grief about getting my money back, so I took a look at the MG-100 half-stack in RED and I thought, I like the looks of that thing!I'd already played around a lot with the channel settings and controls on the MG-50, so I knew what I was getting in that respect, but I really liked this amp when I got it home and powered it up and starting saving my four channels. I've got about twenty different amps in the music room, but no Marshalls, and I really wasn't interested in shelling out a couple grand for one of the Marshall tube amps that would rarely leave the music room anyway.All in all, I like this amp a lot. I've only gigged with it twice, but I really enjoyed it those two times out (it got a lot of attention) and I love jamming with it in the music room when friends come over. I've never cranked it up really loud - I just don't get a rush from that much anymore - but I've like what I've heard and my guitar playing friends have enjoyed plugging into it, too.I like the color, I like the grill cloth, I like the versatility. I did put some good heavy casters on it, same as on my Fender half-stacks. I would recommend this amp, a good value for the money.

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Marshall logo, cheap sound

I've only heard this amp sound good with my friend's Strat with a Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup. For some reason that thing made this amp chime with beautiful distortion. Other guitars, not...Read complete review

I've only heard this amp sound good with my friend's Strat with a Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup. For some reason that thing made this amp chime with beautiful distortion. Other guitars, not the case. I've played a Gibson Les Paul, Jackson Dinky, Shecter Damien Elite, Ibanez RG series and an ESP LTD H-101 through this and it sounded mediocre at best. The Clean is actually kinda springy and nice, but the distortion is thin and phasey. The "Celestions" in it break up way to early and have flabby low end and the highs are shrill and harsh. I've even used a few different pedals with this and it doesn't do much better. I've heard better amps at this price range and would recommend shopping around and not buying this one for the "Marshall" logo.

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5.0

Massive Marshall Tone

By Marshall Man-1i28N

from Halstead, NY

When I first heard of this amp I was highly skeptical that it would sound good. Having had experience with the previous MG series, I underestimated this amp. Before I actually review this amp I must tell you, This amp is for beginners to hobbyists. If you are in a serious band and are looking for an upgrade, check out some other amps. Here's what I think of this amp as far as sound,quality,and price range goes:As far as the sounds of this amp goes, it is probably one of the best sounding solid state amps in its price range. It is also one of the most versatile ones due to the dampening system and the dsp effects.I have noticed that at higher volumes this amp loses a lot of its charm, but what solid state wouldn't?The quality seems to be great, but I wouldn't attempt to tour with it because it is a cheaper amp.For the price, it rocks!From the cool red tolex to the improved "Marshall" sound, this amp rocks.

 
4.0

Ups and downs.

By MG's best so far?

from NC

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Here's the downs for this amp. First off, this is not a great practice amp! It sounds best in open areas and not closed bedrooms. If so you must practice, the volume can only go so high until stuff starts rattling and noisy. So for all you people who like to to turn gain all the way and light some fire works in your room. That is nearly impossible in your bedroom unless you wanna kill you ears or break stuff. That's mainly all the downs, so now for the ups.I don't get all the comments about how at higher volumes the amp loses its beauty. I disagree. In open areas, Let this beast go! This amp sounds amazing in studio or through line in. So if you can only practice in your room. I recommend listening through your headphones for best of sound.Overall it's a great amp! for the price...

 
3.0

Marshall logo, cheap sound

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I've only heard this amp sound good with my friend's Strat with a Seymour Duncan Little 59er Pickup. For some reason that thing made this amp chime with beautiful distortion. Other guitars, not the case. I've played a Gibson Les Paul, Jackson Dinky, Shecter Damien Elite, Ibanez RG series and an ESP LTD H-101 through this and it sounded mediocre at best. The Clean is actually kinda springy and nice, but the distortion is thin and phasey. The "Celestions" in it break up way to early and have flabby low end and the highs are shrill and harsh. I've even used a few different pedals with this and it doesn't do much better. I've heard better amps at this price range and would recommend shopping around and not buying this one for the "Marshall" logo.

 
5.0

Everything You Need For A New Stack

By Simple Jack

from nogsville

I been playing guitar for 13 years now and this Marshall has been one of the best amps that i used in my recording studio. Many people have requested to use only this amp while recording. The tone of the amp is bueatiful, it sound like a bird chirpping in the forest! When mixing with other heads its almost perfect, it sounds amazing with actually all heads.

 
5.0

Good For Almost Anything!

By Derrick-0hpD4

from Schuylkill County, PA

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I had this amp for over a month, and I play in a Pop-Punk/Post-Hardcore band. This amp performs great! It distorts very well, and you can get a metal tone straight from the amp (not recommended for any death metal musicians out there, unless you're pedal crazy) I am very satisfied with its overdrive channels, and even its clean channel! Its very bright, and flows very smooth! I love Marshall, and don't plan on changing brands anytime soon! If you have questions about it please feel free to email me..I have no problem with trying to help someone out! :)

 
2.0

This is a gamble

By WoahRunawayJim

from Rutland, Vermont

i am not going to sit here and say DON'T BUY THIS! but i personally if i had a second chance would not buy this. This thing is cheaply made and when i was playign it earlier the sound kept fading in and out, crackling, non-existent at some times and when i had it on the CLEAN setting it sounded like it was being distorted, i have only had this for a few months and it is already showing signs of aging. I will not buy any more Mg's. probably not even Marshall's. Get yourself a nice Fender Deluxe Reverb.

 
5.0

It's A Little Fun Monster

By CR Guitar Man

from Eastern Iowa

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I originally bought the MG-50 combo amp at a local music store, but it had a problem with the guitar jack coming loose and falling back into the amp (not good at all), so I took it back to see if I could get a replacement. They didn't have another and were giving me grief about getting my money back, so I took a look at the MG-100 half-stack in RED and I thought, I like the looks of that thing!I'd already played around a lot with the channel settings and controls on the MG-50, so I knew what I was getting in that respect, but I really liked this amp when I got it home and powered it up and starting saving my four channels. I've got about twenty different amps in the music room, but no Marshalls, and I really wasn't interested in shelling out a couple grand for one of the Marshall tube amps that would rarely leave the music room anyway.All in all, I like this amp a lot. I've only gigged with it twice, but I really enjoyed it those two times out (it got a lot of attention) and I love jamming with it in the music room when friends come over. I've never cranked it up really loud - I just don't get a rush from that much anymore - but I've like what I've heard and my guitar playing friends have enjoyed plugging into it, too.I like the color, I like the grill cloth, I like the versatility. I did put some good heavy casters on it, same as on my Fender half-stacks. I would recommend this amp, a good value for the money.

 
4.0

Tiny amp

By Just J.

from RI

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I went to GC's with the intention of seeing this amp and playing it. I was surprised to see the picture of it on the Internet looks like the grill cloth is gray, which I liked...I was disappointed to see it was actually cream colored rather than vintage grey.This was an immediate disappointment for me...The amp was set up and just needed a speaker cable connected to get sound through it.I noticed right away the input into the speaker was plastic and rather cheap. I plugged it in and tried out both channels. The first channel was good, clean sounded decent and the red light indicated crunch which was accurate.However the second channel failed miserably in my opinion. The overdrive was nothing more than crunch with a tad bit of gain...The red light indicated overdrive2 and that seemed to create more re-verb rather than lead distortion.I cranked this amp almost all the way up on both channel volume and master gain and it seemed very weak for a so-called 100watts RMS.I wasn't buying this amp to use for a band, it's not what I wanted it for.Truthfully had it had the gray speaker cloth and some mall ump I would consider buying it.The red and wheat colored cloth are horrible looking...Can't Marshall make a trasister amp with more power and use the same colored speaker cloth they use on their Haze line. Offer the tolex in Red or Black with the gray front! (If they did I would buy it, I wish)...

 
5.0

Very Nice.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This amp is killer. It sounds great, works great, and is absolutely user friendly. If it has problems I'd suggest returning it, however I've had no problems myself. You can't beat the price, and you'll be hard pressed to find an amp that will look this killer. Marshall makes solid gear, this amp is no exception.

 
5.0

great for the money

By Bwhart

from Undisclosed

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okay maybe its not for metal but the tone is still great British Marshall tone... many of the people that have ratted this say "marshall can do better than this" or "the overdrive is not what i expected" but you got to know that you get what you pay for and to me the quality is great and the tone still says marshall..... all in all its great

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