The Marshall MG10 is a 10W combo amp that delivers 2 distinctive Marshall tone sets. With this MG4 Series amp's honest, clean sparkle and aggressive overdrive, the 10W of power is amazingly punchy tha... Read More
The Marshall MG10 is a 10W combo amp that delivers 2 distinctive Marshall tone sets. With this MG4 Series amp's honest, clean sparkle and aggressive overdrive, the 10W of power is amazingly punchy thanks to the MG10 combo's closed-back cabinet design and carefully chosen speaker.
To further allow you to tune in your desired sound, the Marshall MG10 guitar amp also features a contour control. Use it to adjust the EQ in one single and simple control knob turn. This 10W Marshall amplifier also features individual headphone output and line input sockets. Use the Line In to plug in your MP3 or CD player and play along with your favorite tunes. The headphone socket takes any standard 3.5mm headphone set for practicing in private.
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My First Amp
When i started playing guitar, i used money i saved up to buy a guitar and amp. When i went with a more expensive guitar, i bought this amp because i was short...Read complete review
When i started playing guitar, i used money i saved up to buy a guitar and amp. When i went with a more expensive guitar, i bought this amp because i was short on cash. This amp is by far a superior practice amp, and the 10W is an understatement. It has a pretty clear sound and I still use today. A great buy for players short on cash!
Most Liked Negative Review
Not the best for the money......
I got this amp as my first amp. At first I thought it was awesome, until my ear matured. The cleans are decent, but the drive channel is terrible. As with most...Read complete review
I got this amp as my first amp. At first I thought it was awesome, until my ear matured. The cleans are decent, but the drive channel is terrible. As with most other practice amps, the drive is digital and sounds terrible. The contour does its job, and i find that i usually have it at about 9:00. I never use the drive channel on this thing, just boost the clean channel with my Tubescreamer. I suspose this amp isn't bad for a beginners amp, but under no circumstance should you EVER buy the half or full-stack 100 watt versions. There are some other amps in the price range that sound alot better than this amp, like the Peavey Vyper for example. Overall this amp is not that great. Its basically an amp that Marshall made out of bad parts, put their name on, and sells to beginner guitarists who have no clue, and only know that its the same brand as the JCMs that their heroes play on stage. This amp is overpriced. I'm giving it 3 stars ONLY because I am considering how cheap it is. Do not buy this amp.
Reviewed by 13 customers
Love this little amp. I tried all different models and kept coming back to this one. Simplicity and ease of use was what I was looking for and that warm/rich Marshall tone sold me. I wanted an amp to use at home that had an excellent clean and overdrive sound and this fit the bill perfectly. I'm thrilled and would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a great product at an excellent price.
I was very surprised wit both the clean and dirty sound out of this amp. I also have a Line 6 Spider III that has more features but I think I like the dirty tone a little better. For the price, it's tough to beat. I honestly bought it for the name because I the for anything Marshall it was a good price. But remember it's only a practice amp so don't somehow get fooled into thinking is sounds just like the tube half-stack. I play bass as #1 instrument and then guitar and I plug into this every chance I get. I bought it for my 10yr old son and he makes me ask for permission.
It is pretty loud but it lacks effects you cant add anything besides gain and contour which isnt enough for me. But if you are just looking for an amp to play in your house this is for you.
I bought this for my 11 year old daughter who admires Orianthe. We tried out a number of practice amps. This one brought a big grin to her face and is the one we took home. The sounds that come out of this little box when you push the channel button and the light turns red (for distortion) are classic. She never turns it up past half way and it is plenty loud. Couldn't have asked for a better value.
great amp its loud when you wnat it to be and its a cheap price. plus its super small. I used it a bit for my acustic-electric but somthing was wrong with it so I had to get it fixed(and its in the shop right now) but before it played great i would recomend it to anyone
as soon as I turned it on, the overdrive was already on I thought that it was a one time occurrence. It wasn't, if I left it off for more than fifteen minutes, after only playing on clean, the overdrive would be on the next time I turned it on. this didn't bother me though what bothered me was how it sounded on overdrive. which was very muddy and cloudy the only way I could clean it up was turning down the gain, which was good for blues, and the contour did change the sound a bit but it only went from cloudy to murky so I went back for a refund
Let me start by saying I haven't been a fan of Marshall amps in a long time. IMHO, they've forsaken the "Marshall Sound" in favor of pandering to the teeny-bopper emo crowd and building shoddy ripoffs of Randall Smith's amps. But not with this little practice amp. It actually has the classic Marshall voicing, from the crunch that made them famous, to the roar that made them infamous, to the often-overlooked Marshall clean sound. I really hope we'll see more of a return to the roots, back to what made Marshall a legend. No, it's not a stack, or a hand-wired tube amp, but it's great for what it is. In short, if you're looking for a dose of the "Marshall sound" without going broke or irritating your family and neighbors, or just an amp to grab and go, this is a great amp to have around.
This little Amp blows away any other *practice* Amp out there!Small and LOUD!it has the distinctive "Marshall Roar" in the overdrive channel that's very decent and not muddy like most Amps this size. the clean channel sounds very clear with good tone! the "Contour" control has a good range of tone and with my Fat Strat's 5 way toggle I can dial-in many different distortion tones in the drive channel.This little Amp sounds better than Amps that cost three times it's low price! Marshall ROCKS!
I got an older version of this amp for my very first amp 4 years ago. I love it and still use it today. I has a great tone, a tone you can get from any Marshall. Its very diverse and never lets me down. Its pretty loud as well
This amp is mad quiet but has good sound. u could use it as a decent head, and plug it into a cab, but it still isnt tht bad. Just quiet.
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