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
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.
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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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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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This amp is a great amp! It has a great clean sound, and the overdrive sounds better than my all-tube Fender Ultimate Chorus! The reverb sounds good and the EQ helps you get the perfect tone. And the FDD does wonders to the sound. It makes this amp sound almost like a tube amp! For the price, this amp is a steal. If you've always wanted a Marshall stack but could never afford it, this is your chance to own one! Buy this mighty Marshall, you won't be disappointed!
This little package packs a real punch. Not much on extras but what yu get is real quality all the way around. On clean it is simply beautiful with response like a tube amp. Works great with pedals. I play a variety of music and it works well with all. I have used Teles, Strats, Les Pauls, through and I can get the tones I want pretty easily. The thing is loud enough for practice and for small gigs if your not blowing the roof off. All and all it's hard to beat for the money. I own it and I recomend it.
I just bought this amp and was blown away. the sound is just amazing. doesn't matter what your style is this amp is perfect. The only thing I wish was better is the distortion but I use a pedal.I don't know how gig ready it is but for just playing for a few people or at band practice it does the job right.
this amp is amazing... it can be broken down so its portable unlike other stacks, it has amazing sound cant be beat by anything else for this price dont bother looking around for something better pick up a micro stack it will be worth it. the only thing i would say is if u like to use different sounds this amp only has reverb but it makes your solo's sound so crisp and clean. over all best amp i have bought for my house.
This amp is great. It is a perfect practice amp. It is a very loud amp for 15w. The distortion on this is incredible. One of the best distortions i've heard built into an amp. The only problem is that if you turn the volume too loud, it starts to make a high pitched, feedback sound.... but overall it makes a great amp to just sit around and play at home
And it's true, It sounds great. Picked the amp up yesterday, got some Seymour Duncan humbuckers ( SH-2n/SH-4)for my Epi LP studio, and the sound is just amazing. Wish that Marshall would've put this amp out 20 years ago. Even with the stock pickups, the amp made my guitar sound great. Glad to see that Marshall made this amp, It's very affordable for someone like me who plays for fun. You can get some wonderful tones from bluesy to metal for whatever style you play. Would recommend this amp for anyone who wants the quality and sound Marshall is known for, and it's LOUD when you wanna really get down with some jamming..
this amp is amazing. it gives you all of that 80's rock classic sound. i would recommend this to the intermediate player. its actually a pretty large amp. nothing like a full stack stature but still very big and it sounds great.
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.
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.
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!!!
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