Marshall Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp  

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The Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp combines a rugged gig bag with a 2-channel Marshall amp for unbeatable portable tone! Not only does the Marshall amp allow you to plug-and-play on the ... Read More

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The Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp combines a rugged gig bag with a 2-channel Marshall amp for unbeatable portable tone! Not only does the Marshall amp allow you to plug-and-play on the go, but you can also plug in an MP3 player and jam along with your favorite tunes. Your guitar will travel in padded safety and comfort, with true Marshall tone within arm's reach.

Features
  • Padded gig bag with built-in 2-channel Marshall amp with stereo speakers
  • Generous accessory storage compartments and pockets
  • Waterproof, rugged gig bag made
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
5 year parts/ 3 year labor warranty.


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Ernie BallGig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp
 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome little combo product

By Ben

from Greensboro, NC

Comments about Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp:

If you are expecting to have a Marshall Stack with this product, you will be disappointed. If you are looking for a simple little device to plug in and play, either just to play, or by plugging in a MP3 player and jamming with it, you surely should be very satisfied. I personally didn't expect much, as they have recently discontinued the product, and GC is pushing them hard to get rid of their stock, but for 70$, I got a great little amp to play to amuse myself. I wouldn't think of using this thing in a band, nor in any sort of crowd setting, but sitting around in my living room, I couldn't ask for a better little practice amp, and when I'm done, I can throw the axe in and I'm ready to go. I imagine, it will be a great tool for the beach this summer. More than anything, I am ecstatic that I don't have to think about hauling all my gear every time I go somewhere and think I want to play. Backyard BBQ, beach, even on the back deck, this little thing packs enough punch to make me happy. Is it true Marshall tone? Not really, but you will never get Tube tone from a circuit amp... I don't care what brand it is.... However, I would say if you just want a little jam amp to amuse yourself, pick one up...

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(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

For the price I don't think you can beat this.

By Adam

from La Quinta, CA

Comments about Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp:

The little Marshall Amp packs a lot of punch for how small it is and has two channels with stereo speakers! It may not hold up playing against a kit or bass or guitar with a full amp, but playing alone in a park or on the street it holds up great on it's own. You can clearly hear your instrument and MP3 at the same time when playing together. Even through the headphones I can clearly hear both. I could definitely tell when the batteries were low, or shoddy, because the volume suffered. Like most battery operated equipment using cheap batteries does not do the equipment justice. Can't wait to find an adapter so I don't have to use the batteries when I'm at home. There is lot's of comfy padding in the bag. There's a velcro strip on a pad block to lock your neck in. It has a padded shoulder strap and padded backpack style straps. It's pretty easy to change from one style to the other. There are plenty of pocket spaces of varying sizes and convenient little ones to hold your MP3 player while in use. There is no mention here of how the bag becomes it's own stand. When you take the guitar out it can fold over and become it's own stand. It has clips that connect from the top of the bag to the bottom so it stands on its own. It's even angled upward to hear it more easily. For the price I don't think you can beat this.

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome!!

By kree

from otisville, mi

Comments about Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp:

I must say, this thing is awesome. I am not the best guitarist out there, but this thing is pretty sweet for people just enjoying getting into it. Sounds great for what it is and nice padding to protect your gear, what else could you ask for from a product like this? Of course it doesnt sound as good or as loud as your $500 dollar amp. It isnt a $500 amp. It's a $100 amp and case! sweet product imo.

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(24 of 31 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

its OK

By lorenz

from Puebla

Comments about Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp:

Well i know it does not sounds "good", but for the price and for a beginner its really nice, i mean if you are a realy good guitar player you shoud have allready a nice amp and you wont need this one,this is not the 8th wonder but if you travel a lot is really usefull, so thats what i know about it ...

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(21 of 57 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Combine two good products to make a bad one

By Sean

from Madison, Wisconsin

Comments about Ernie Ball Gig Bag with Onboard Marshall Amp:

Alright, let me start by saying an amp and a case should never be combined. The amp is pretty bad sounding to be honest, which should be expected as it has 3 knobs on top. But I didn't expect great quality sound, just something okay enough to get at a small band practice. Forget the "true Marshall tone" advertised in the description, you're getting the tone of a low quality starter kit guitar. Except some starter kit amps aren't even as bad as this one, so that last sentence is only partially correct. Moving on to how it is during playing, you will run into some unexpected problems. First of all, where do you put the thing?! At practice I usually toss my soft case into a corner or fold it up and put it away and then set up my amp. What do you do with this? It doesn't stand on its own. Sure, you could lean it against a wall, but really, why risk it? It would probably fall and break, or at least turn off and maybe ruin your cable. I used it once before selling it, but when I used it, we had to lay it down on the floor. It takes up a lot of space and its awkward to have the cable plugged into a sideways amp. But what about the case? Well I'd have to say its not that bad of a budget case. Its padded so if you drop it from a low height it probably won't have much damage done to the guitar or case. Still, for $99 you can get a much better Roadrunner hard case. Ignoring that, there are a few small problems with the case. Well first off the giant Ernie Ball logo on the pouch at the bottom looks very stupid, but that's ignorable. The main problem with the case is that you always have to be careful with it so the amp isn't being damaged. You need to be careful how you set it down, where you keep it, etc. Overall, the product is just bad. The only benefit is that you can carry your guitar and amp in with one hand. That is it. Not worth it at all.

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