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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 far from miniature. The head has all the standard ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

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
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Dimensions: 15"W x 37"H x 9-1/4"D
  • Weight: 46-1/2 lb.
Pro Coverage
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
5 year parts/ 3 year labor warranty.


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by PowerReviews
 
4.7

(based on 27 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

GREAT

I saw this amp at guitar center and I had play it. It rocks. This amp may be small but it can easily produce some big sound. It has impressive distortion and reverb...Read complete review

I saw this amp at guitar center and I had play it. It rocks. This amp may be small but it can easily produce some big sound. It has impressive distortion and reverb effects built it. If your looking for a smaller more inexpensive amp, you should definatly check this amp out.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

DON"T GET THIS!

This amp is suprisingly QUIET! I used it for practice in my band and it's not even close to as loud as i need it to be to even hear myself play. It's only...Read complete review

This amp is suprisingly QUIET! I used it for practice in my band and it's not even close to as loud as i need it to be to even hear myself play. It's only like 50watts and sound really choppy. Plus it shocked me! Please save your money, or just get a better amp. It's really not worth it

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(111 of 148 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GREAT

By rnf123

from Kenmore,WA

I saw this amp at guitar center and I had play it. It rocks. This amp may be small but it can easily produce some big sound. It has impressive distortion and reverb effects built it. If your looking for a smaller more inexpensive amp, you should definatly check this amp out.

(34 of 47 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awsome Amp!

By BC Rich

from Silver Spring, MD

Man this amp so cool. Its size isn't to bad and it is easy to carry arround cause it breaks into three pieces. If you want a nice rock or blues tone than Marshall can;t be beat. This amp is fantastic just wish it had more than just reverb

(27 of 36 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Little but LOUD!

By reznor115

from San Gabriel, CA

My roommate owns this micro stack, and there is definitely nothing microscopic about its sound. I've played two guitars through this thing and they all sounded great!

(27 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Keeps Up With The Big Dogs

By QuinnHarrington

from Windsor, ON

Wow, i own a 1959/SLPX and my bassist has a Backline 600 and this thing can still pump out enough to be heard when jamming with them. This is confirmed by the comment below. This thing is rated at 15 watts, but the user below thought it was 50! Cant go wrong, and the extra speakers add a lot of tone over the smaller practise model.

(9 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Big surprise! Don't wait to get it.

By make"it"scream

from The center of it all, New Jersey

I first got this Amp with my son in mind, sort of like training wheels. I figured let him work his way up to "borrowing the keys" of his old man's half stack. Well I got it home and set up and broke out my Strat and was floored. I started using it more than him. I decided to get my own. I went to Guitar Center and apparently these things are really popular It took a couple trips but I got one. Great practise Amp at a low price. I hope they make a tube version.

(9 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

sweet amp!

By ac/dc666

from Duluth, Ga

I played this amp this past weekend with an epiphone g400 custom and a regular epiphone g400 and it sounds awesome with both. It is also inexpensive, so won't take a chunk out of your wallet. It will be my next amp, once i get the money, and that won't take long.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

WOW!!! Best tone EVER!

By rocknrollboise

from Boise, ID

This stack is a very great practicing amp! I have owned mine for about 5 years. The speakers sound great and are very sturdy and everything but the selling piont is the head! The head is the best sounding solid state head i have ever heard!!! I hook it up to my big cabs and gig with it all the time. The head alone is good enough for the price! I will always keep mine. I recomend this to ANYONE from begginer to professional!!!

(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for The youngsters

By Gnrman666

from Long Island

If you got little Guitar-thrashing buggers at home, or on a budget, or just curious about this amp, im letting you know its great for all three. the kids will feel just like daddy when he plugs his mini LP into this stack. Delivers the same tones as The "Big Ones" and dont break the bank on your part. It looks real nice in the living room or at the office, or in your "little Van halens" room. great for the price and could probably be used while playing a small club or bar!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great little amp, with a big bite

By TeleFan250

from Ohio

I have owned this amp for about 4 years now, and absolutly love it. Not only is it a great amp with good sound, but it's a great conversation piece. People come over and see it and go, Oh my God, that like those big speakers they big guys play on, but only smaller. I crank it up, and show them how not so little it is. I would recommend this amp for anyone to use at home, in the garage, or wherever you want to just play, but I don't think I would recommend anyone luggingit around for a stage show.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall MG15MSII Micro Stack=buy it!

By bullseyelespaul

from shelton, ct

Marshall MG15MSII Micro Stack was a gift. I have always wanted a marshall having heard of their quality, I have several guitars but i am using my schector with standard humbuckers and jumbo frets(im a beginer) i was using a small crate all in one unit and although both are great amps the marshall doesn't compare its totally quite unitl you play and has helped my pinch harmonics even with the standard pickups in my guitar, For home user like me who only plays for fun as a hobby or even someone who wants a small rig that can be taken giging as long as the room is microphoned this is perfect and excellent value price.

(1 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

DON"T GET THIS!

By zakkwyldejr

from Long Island, NY

This amp is suprisingly QUIET! I used it for practice in my band and it's not even close to as loud as i need it to be to even hear myself play. It's only like 50watts and sound really choppy. Plus it shocked me! Please save your money, or just get a better amp. It's really not worth it

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

There's no such thing as a "practice amp"

By Griff

from WI

I own 2 of these Marshall Micro Stacks. On their own they get a great tone, but I've also been running a Vox Tonelab SE to both of the returns so I can take advantage of the Tonelab's stereo effects. For the younger players, (and some of you stubborn older players too...) there is no such thing as a "practice amp". Tone has nothing to do with volume. If you need to use your Micro Stack at your next stadium gig, but a mic in front of it! 100 watt heads and 4x12 cabs were invented before everything went thru soundboards and the PA system. In the 60's all the sound the audience heard came from the stage. There was no front of house speakers. Little amps like the Micro Stack are the way to go. They've got the tone at a fraction of the cost, and they can always go up in volume with a microphone. Plus, you can play them at your house and not have the cops come! 15 watts is more than anybody needs. Remember, a trumpet is equal to 5 watts.

 
5.0

Exactly What I Expected...

By Tenacious T

from Alabama

Exceptional in all areas. Made soild as a rock. Nothing cheap about this little monster. As loud as you could expect for an amp of this size (very impressive)& the sound is top notch. This is my first Marshall & it will more than keep me content while I save for my half stack. This Micro Stack is a spot on replica of it's big brothers. It's impressive in all areas. Looks fantastic sitting in my room. This is a piece of equipment that you will never get rid of.

 
4.0

Same Marshall standards scaled down

By Ryan33

from NJ

One of the coolest looking amps I've seen. You can't help but laugh when you look at this thing at first, but don't take it for granted. For a 15 watt head, this thing really pumps out the volume through the two 10" speakers. The tone is like any other marshall amp, exceptional. I really enjoy playing through this amp.

 
5.0

Its a marshall stack...which is why i bought it

By aimmekay

from daly city CA

it sound better than my 15watt fender but u cant really pull this bad boy on stage cuz i'm lazy also it sounds like its bleeding when ur volume is over 7 it sounds good in ur room if ur playing rock but for metal...i prefer line 6 spider 3 for the same value if ur just for the look get this baby i hav to admit this is not as good as a real marshall

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

This Amp Delivers!

By Poopie the Clown

from Gilbert, AZ

I play southern rock. This amp has great sound. It has a excellent clear channel. The reverb is astonishing and powerful. My only gripe is that there is no footswitch pedal to be utilized between channels. That does suck. But, if you can get over that and the slightly high price tag, you will be happy with it. Great gig amp.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Micro Is Not The Word I'd Use

By Goldtop26

from Phoenix , Az

This amp freakin' screams. I just purchased this badboy today during the whole presidents day sale and I am not disappointed. This amp completely lives up to the Marshall name, and some. I was really only expecting a good practice amp that would look cool when my band came over but this thing is actually gig ready. It.Is.LOUD!!!!!! I play a Gibson Les Paul Studio Vintage Mahogany (which I highly reccomend) and it plays great. I personally believe that Marshalls and Gibsons are the only way to go if you want that true sound of rock. The only complaint I have is that it has no effects loop but half the time they're not that good anyway. Plus you could always BUY your effects. Overall, it's a great amp and I would reccomend it to anybody who's looking for a gig ready practice amp. A++++++++++++++++++++++

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Crystal Clear Marshall Tone!

By Billy

from Boise Idaho

I got this amp about 4 years ago and it hasen't failed me yet! It is suprisingly loud for only 15 watts. I use it in my basement for jammin out and it's tone in awesome!! I use it now with the one speaker next to the other one with the head instead of a stack. If you want Marshall tone you got with this sweet amp! Rock on BABY!!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Micro Marshall

By Gibson4life

from Haskell, Tx.

I got this amp about a month ago and loved it at first, but as you get used to it you begin to wish it had a bit more features like the MG 15 DFX. I still love it. It is my first Marshall and definitely not my last, but I think I'm going to save up for a half stack, either a Marshall or Line 6 and then get another combo amp to take to friends house, etc. because the Microstack isn't really something you want get together and load up into your car. I would rather just have a MG 30 DFX to take around and a nice Half stack at home, not that the Micro stack isn't gorgeous or anything, because it is.

 
5.0

Little Stack,Big Sound

By Deprogrammer Steve

from USA

I just got my Marshall MG15MS11 Micro Stack and I love the fat tone that it has.I have a Gibson Les Paul Classic and a Gibson Explorer and both Guitars sound great through this little giant.I have even hooked my Vox Wah-Wah pedal and my Line Six Uber Metal Distortion pedal up to it and they both sound great as well.I recommend this amp to anyone who like me has limited space for an amp but still craves a big sound.You will definately be happy with this one.

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