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Marshall MG4 Series MG15 15W 1x8 Guitar Combo Amp (Black)
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The Marshall MG15 is a combo amp with an 8" speaker that gives musicians more power and more control. The 15W of power and bigger speaker driver prov...Click To Read More About This Product
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Packs 15W of power & a 3-stage EQ.
The Marshall MG15 is a combo amp with an 8" speaker that gives musicians more power and more control. The 15W of power and bigger speaker driver provide added punch to the overall sound. The Marshall MG15 amplifier retains the desirable tone qualities of the MG4 Series amps. The MG15 amplifier has the benefit of a 3-stage EQ like the ones that can be found on Marshall amps throughout their history. The Marshall MG15 guitar combo amp's Independent Bass Middle and Treble controls facilitate fine-tuning every aspect of your tone to your own personal taste.
- Digital controls and flexible user interface
- Includes presets for versatile tonal control
- Frequency-dependant damping circuitry
- 15W 8" speaker
- Clean/OD channels
- 3-band EQ
- MP3/line in
- Emulated headphone out
Reviewed by 9 customers
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I'm a firm believer that an AMP should do what an AMP does, play the sound. I don't really like those amps that have built-in effects because it gives a much more difficult sound adjustment than your actual clean signal. It has 2 sounds, Dirty and Clean, 3 EQs and a whole lot of music. Ideally, if you are like me and want your effect pedals doing the effects and your amp doing the amp, then get this AMP!
Just received this amp today and didn't know what to expect. I actually got this here on MC as a "used/needs to be fixed" with the lead channel needing to be fixed but the clean channel still working, but since I use effect pedals it didn't matter. Clean channel worked just fine with the sound being amazing with the messing of the EQ. Plugged in my Danelectro Cool Cat Metal pedal and the sound was even better(probably even better with pricy-er pedal as well). Overdrive ended up working, partially with a little messing with. Sound quality was awesome with great bass on the distortion. Would recommend to anyone who needs it for practice play or even small/medium gigs(w/it mic'd of course. So great low price, big stack sound in small body. I am now forever a Marshall fan!!!
I just got this little amp, and already, I like it. I've played with it in the studio for the lsat couple of days, and I've already used it to record a couple of new tunes. I really love having the smaller amp to practise, and recording at much lower levels is working out great. I do have a bunch of pedals along with a tube pre-amp plugged in front of this amp. With this, I find I can pretty closely emulate the full stack for the recordings. Although the "Dirty" channel isn't too bad, I don't have much use for it. I run everything through the clean channel. That's all I need, and it does deliver a great Marshall tone.I am a long time Marshall amp guy. I have played other amps, and there are many very cool outfits with their own unique features, but over time I find that I either play through Fenders or Marshalls, and Marshalls are my first choice.
Bought this and one of the mini stack 10" bottoms. Almost didn't buy it when trying it out because it sounded so tinney and weak thru marshall 10". Reviews said it sounded like a a big boy Marshall so I took a chance. Got home and hooked to a 2x12 Egnater bottom and it roars. Clean channel get nice grit over half volume, lead channel sounds like a big brother Marshall. Pedals make it usable for all venues except clean country stuff, but who buys a Marshall to play country anyway? I've been a tube guy forever but this sounds like a nice tube amp. Get one and chuck the marshall speakers. A footswitch option would be nice .
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Bought this amp 3 days ago and I like it! I have 3 tube/combo amps in my gear. I decided to get one because of it's light weight, reviews here at MF and youtube. First, it's very versatile. You can dial in on different tones from classic to heavy or however you prefer it from the EQ knob and gain knob. The clean setting is pure marshall! I love the fact that this amp is very friendly with your effects pedal- I use boss pedals. The speaker is great and it gives you a clear and nice sound. I use this with an eq pedal. I would probably try to use this live--mic'd of course.
This amp provides very authentic Marshall high-gain sounds at bedroom levels and beyond. The suggested tone settings that are included in the manual help get you started at getting some tonal choices right out of the box. The clean channel is good for use as a pedal platform and the O.D. channel provides some complex sounding break-up at around 2-3 'O clock if you play with your guitar's volume control. And of course if you dime the gain it's prety much as one would expect; super saturated. I also like the fact that there are no FX.
I play in a band and my bands rhythm guitarist has this amp. I have played it a couple times and its good a decent sound too it. I am a Line 6 person so I'm not too into the Marshall sound but its good a good metal sound to it.
I picked this amp up just over a year ago and already have issues. The volume started to fade in and out randomly and the mp3 input no longer works. The cable input has begun to loosen and requires tightening constantly. Pretty average amp all around, nothing special. If you want to stay in the same price range look past this amp.
This was my first amp and I can say that that it is quite good. The only problems are it has very little features and you'll find yourself wanting to upgrade very soon. Otherwise this is a great amp for beginners or someone looking for something small to practice with.