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Open Box Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head Carbon Fiber

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The Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head is an ideal amp for performing in small to medium settings. Boasting a bold carbon fibre clad look, solid digital effects and MG's critically accl... Click To Read More About This Product

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Overview

The Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head is an ideal amp for performing in small to medium settings. Boasting a bold carbon fibre clad look, solid digital effects and MG's critically acclaimed, analogue tonal heart, the MGCF Series has arrived and is already the practice amp choice of some of the world's leading players.

Features
  • Carbon fiber look and feel
  • Critically acclaimed Marshall analogue tone
  • Large complement of digital effects
Specifications
  • Output (RMS): 100W
    Channels (storable): Clean, Crunch, OD1, OD2
    Digital Effects: Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Vibe, Octave
    Digital Delay: Hi-Fi, Tape, Multi, Reverse
    Digital Reverb: Spring, Studio
    Power Amp Damping Switch: Yes
    Mp3/ Line In jack: Yes
    Emulated headphone Output: Yes
    External FX Loop: Yes
    2-Way Chgannel Switching Footswitch: Supplied
    MG Footcontroller Compatible: Yes
    Dimensions: 26.5" x 19.4" x 10.9" (674 x 494 x 278 mm)
    Weight: 49.3 lb. (22.4 kg)
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MarshallMG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head
 
4.6

(based on 17 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

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    (2)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound (3)
  • Good power output (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Performances (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Does not disappoint

I bought this amplifier a few weeks ago, and could not possibly be more pleased with it. It took a few days to get used to the controls, which I expected with upgrading...Read complete review

I bought this amplifier a few weeks ago, and could not possibly be more pleased with it. It took a few days to get used to the controls, which I expected with upgrading from a dusty old combo amplifier. Once you get used to the really sensitive controls, this amplifier makes everything else in its price range look like pure trash. Unlike some reviews I've read, my distortion never comes across as muddy, it's very clear when I want it to be, and versatile enough to knock books off of my desk when I need it to. Great amplifier for its price, without a doubt!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Some cool new options, but the tone is lacking...

I went to my nearest Guitar Center to try this amp out, thinking I would be buying it. I already have an MG100HDFX and I was looking to upgrade because of the ability of...Read complete review

I went to my nearest Guitar Center to try this amp out, thinking I would be buying it. I already have an MG100HDFX and I was looking to upgrade because of the ability of the HCFX to dial in different sounds and store them, and the availability of a four-way switch. Also, I figured that since it was the same series, just a newer version, that the tone would be comparable. Boy, was I wrong. I brought my guitar to the store and plugged into the HCFX right away. I wasn't really worried about the clean tone as much as the overdrive, so I dialed in the same EQ settings, reverb, etc. that I use on my HDFX's overdrive channel. I was very surprised at what I heard, but there was still something else to try. It turns out that this guitar center had two used HDFX's, so the salesperson let me setup both heads right next to each other. I dialed in both amps the same way and switched between the two a few times. I was amazed at the difference. Now, I'm not trying to say that the HDFX is perfect or anything, but, for what I wanted, the HCFX just didn't cut it. The tone on the HDFX is brighter and cuts through a lot more than the HCFX. The HCFX is muddier, and sounds very processed in comparison to the HDFX. I like the extra FX and preset capabilities of the HCFX, but the tones that it produces, which is more important to me, are inferior to the HDFX, in my opinion. So, in conclusion, the HCFX didn't work for me and I went home empty handed. If you like your distortion muddy and bass-heavy, then you may not have a problem with this amp, but, for my money, the HDFX is still better.

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(11 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great head, Great Price

By Patrick Marshall

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I bought this amp head about a month ago......could not be more pleased. Of course it is not a tube amp, which some Marshall lovers will not be able to get over. The tone is very warm, effects are very good for not using pedals, and the volume is loud. I paired it with the cabinet in the picture, great pair. I love the Marshall products, this one does not disappoint. If you are expecting tube amp quality for this price, you are nuts. If you want a great sounding amp for a great price, this is the one. I tried lots of others in the price range, hands down, this one rocks.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Marshall Madness

By David Wigglesworth

from Mays Landing, NJ

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I sat down today with my buddy in Guitar Center. I was tired of playing all day through small 15 watt amps and moved over to the stacks where I stumbled upon this head on top of a Marshall cabinet. I was completely blown away! When playing with distortion, it was plenty crunchy. I can only imagine how great it sounds with the volume turned all the way up. The tone features classic Marshall versatility. You could get a variety of tones out of this beast especially when playing clean. However some of the effects come off as touchy. The reverb is good, but I feel the other effects could've been more defined and less sensitive. Other than that, this buddy is a great head that won't break the bank.

(3 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Some cool new options, but the tone is lacking...

By Nicholas Wright

from Lockport, NY

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I went to my nearest Guitar Center to try this amp out, thinking I would be buying it. I already have an MG100HDFX and I was looking to upgrade because of the ability of the HCFX to dial in different sounds and store them, and the availability of a four-way switch. Also, I figured that since it was the same series, just a newer version, that the tone would be comparable. Boy, was I wrong. I brought my guitar to the store and plugged into the HCFX right away. I wasn't really worried about the clean tone as much as the overdrive, so I dialed in the same EQ settings, reverb, etc. that I use on my HDFX's overdrive channel. I was very surprised at what I heard, but there was still something else to try. It turns out that this guitar center had two used HDFX's, so the salesperson let me setup both heads right next to each other. I dialed in both amps the same way and switched between the two a few times. I was amazed at the difference. Now, I'm not trying to say that the HDFX is perfect or anything, but, for what I wanted, the HCFX just didn't cut it. The tone on the HDFX is brighter and cuts through a lot more than the HCFX. The HCFX is muddier, and sounds very processed in comparison to the HDFX. I like the extra FX and preset capabilities of the HCFX, but the tones that it produces, which is more important to me, are inferior to the HDFX, in my opinion. So, in conclusion, the HCFX didn't work for me and I went home empty handed. If you like your distortion muddy and bass-heavy, then you may not have a problem with this amp, but, for my money, the HDFX is still better.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing stack

By dan trist

from Valencia California

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

This is my first stack, and let me say, it's just about the best amp I've ever payed my hands on. I've got the head and matching slant cab which goes together like doughnuts and coffee. It's features include four channels, one clean, crunch, and two different overdrive channels. I can't name all of the generas you can play, but for example, jazz, blues, country, blues rock, soft rock, rock, hard rock, metal, heavy metal, thrash metal, death metal, and melodic death metal, oh and speed metal. Whatever you do, just don't listen to the haters, they find small problems, and make them seem like the amp is a compleat wreck. But it's really a great amp for the price, and is perfect for all styles. I'd recommend getting ear plugs so you don't blow out your ears, and keep in mind, it's a screaming 100watt amp:)

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Really good solid state

By John Nordstrom

from Minot, ND

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I've had this amp and its matching cabinet for about 6 months now, and it can't be beat for the price. If you're expecting authentic tube tones from an amp of this price- you'll be disappointed. But if you're looking for a quality multi-channel practice amp, with 100 watts worth of different tonal options, you'll love it. I was really surprised by how vivid the channels sound, from clean to crunch to overdrive. The clean tones really sparkle. It may seem petty, but it's also great to have a headphone jack in a head unit. The build quality is definitely all there. The carbon fibre look is slick and the knobs all look solid. To me, this amp gets 5 stars for being what it is- an entry level solid state amp that can be used for jamming in apartment at 2am or rocking out a smaller/medium size venue.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp

By Elliott Mazur

from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

Extremely impressed! This is a good amp for a low price. This is a big upgrade from my old VOX DA15 which doesn't even compare to this. This amp has all the controls needed to create a great sound. This amp also has six built in effects (Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Vibe, Delay, and Octave). All of that for an amazing price. I highly recommend this amp!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice amp

By Robert Coleman

from Wilmington, NC

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I've only had this a couple of weeks but so far I'm very pleased. It's pretty straight forward with a nice combination of effects, warm clean tone, and it is very loud with nice distortion level when you really twist the knobs. For the money it's a very good buy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Does not disappoint

By Andrew

from Peoria, Arizona

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Pros

  • Excellent Sound
  • Powerful
  • Sexy

Cons

  • Takes some getting used to

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

I bought this amplifier a few weeks ago, and could not possibly be more pleased with it. It took a few days to get used to the controls, which I expected with upgrading from a dusty old combo amplifier. Once you get used to the really sensitive controls, this amplifier makes everything else in its price range look like pure trash. Unlike some reviews I've read, my distortion never comes across as muddy, it's very clear when I want it to be, and versatile enough to knock books off of my desk when I need it to. Great amplifier for its price, without a doubt!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Solid state and Marshall tone! Nice amp.

By Wylde man

from Limestone

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Powerful

Cons

  • Footswitch has limited functionality.

Best Uses

  • Performances

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

In my years of playing in gigging bands(20+)I have played both ss and tube amps. I have never been as happy with a solid state amp as I am with the Marshall Mg100hcfx amp head and matching cab. I have four four hour shows with it and it is punchy and cuts through the mix all while handling a variety of music from Dillon to Metallica. A little bit of tweaking is required. Let's face it, we are guitar players; the tweaking never ends. I play mostly small clubs and bars which is where solid state is able to shine. If I was able to crank a JCM 800 that's the way to go. In my environment, ears would bleed. I use the crunch setting gain fullbore with a Wylde overdrive and classic crybaby wah using a Wylde Audio Odin(amazing guitar) with active pups. If you play small venues as I do, and you value the patrons hearing and your own, this is a great low cost option.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

mg 100 hcfx 1/2 stack slant cab

By james

from buena park, ca

Site Member

Comments about Marshall MG Series MG100HCFX 100W Guitar Amp Head:

bought this at guitar center a few months ago, I mostly play clean with a digitech rp 360 in front hooked into a bad horsie wah pedal, got it sounding awesome tube like, need to get a good strat as this 249 dollar Ibanez sounds very muddy but overall im happy its my first half stack a lot of power and marshall brown sound as eddie would put it probably do a good size gig with it cause it can get loud overall very happy with this beast...

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