Marshall Guitars user reviews

  • Marshall MG30DFX

    Marshall MG30DFX - "Eurgh..."


    The Marshall MG30DFX is Marshall's attempt at a small wattage (30 watts) practice amp that follows the Line 6/Peavey trend of adding onboard effects. It features 2 channels each with its own EQ, a digital reverb, a few cheesy onboard effect (chorus, …

  • Marshall Vintage Modern 2466H

    Marshall Vintage Modern 2466H - "Not realy my thing"


    I can honestly say I don't know what Marshall was thinking with this amplifier. From the first look at this amplifier it has a purple tolex cover within some black which is not very appealing cosmetically. The amp is pretty easy to dial-in but I don'…

  • Marshall 2204 JMP Master Volume Lead [1975-1981]

    Marshall 2204 JMP Master Volume Lead [1975-1981] - "Just pure awesome!!!"


    Just before the JCM 800 series amplifiers from Marshall; Marshall decided to compound on the success of the plexi and JMP amplifiers with the 50 W series amplifier. This amplifier used the large script logo you later see on the JCM 800 series amplif…

  • Marshall 2205 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989]

    Marshall 2205 JCM800 Split Channel Reverb [1982-1989] - "Not that great but decent"


    Marshall amplification has been the leaders in high gain amplifier since the 60s. They are the best and most heavily used rock tone machines in the world. Some of their famous examples of amplifiers are the Marshall plexi and the Marshall JCM 800 ser…

  • Marshall 1959SLP [2002-Current]

    Marshall 1959SLP [2002-Current] - "original and classic!"


    What can I say that hasn't already been said about Marshall amplification. Marshall has been the leader in high gain amplification since the 60s. The Marshall plexi came out around 1967 and has to this day been one of the most heavily used high gain …

  • Marshall TSL100

    Marshall TSL100 - "Blech!"


    The Marshall TSL100 was designated as Marshall's flagship amplifier for some time, and indeed on paper it looks to be a killer amp. It's designed a lot like the DSL series, and is a 100w tube head that is powered by four EL34 tubes. There are three c…

  • Marshall 1960A JCM900

    Marshall 1960A JCM900 - "Good for playing metal on a budget"


    I've been around the block a few times with cabs. I've owned and seen all the cheap stuff...peavey, carvin, avatar, marshall. And I've owned and seen the nice stuff and in between...Bogner, Stone Age, Mills, etc... I've learned a lot over the year…

  • Marshall 1936

    Marshall 1936 - "Not bad, but there is better"


    The Marshall 1936 cabinet comes in at about $500 new, which is a decent deal considering that it's a proper British made cabinet that is loaded with a set of genuine Celestion speakers. The construction of this cabinet seems to be reasonably robust. …

  • Marshall MG2FX

    Marshall MG2FX - "Nice little amp"


    If you are a Marshall nut like myself and you are in need or a good sounding practice amp then this might be the amp for you. This is a low watt headphone featured and MP3/CD player featured mini combo amp from Marshall. It has an input for an AUX if…

  • Marshall MG15MSZW - Zakk Wylde

    Marshall MG15MSZW - Zakk Wylde - "It's fun"


    I have to first say that I am not a huge fan of ZW but I do like some of his stuff and he sure knows how to rock it out. I particularly like him in the movie Rock Star for instance when he shoots that gun out of the bus at that roads sign. He seems t…