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Marshall Guitars user reviews

  • Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue

    Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue - "Nice throwback"


    I have owned 3 of these over the years. I let them go and then I come back to them. I always come back to them. The quintessential rock n roll amp if there ever was one. This amp has been featured on countless records over the years from anyone and e…

  • Marshall MHZ15

    Marshall MHZ15 - "Meh not great but not bad"


    Marshall has been one of those companies that have still great quality hard rock and metal amplifiers. In recent years he been dumbing down the products and making it more affordable for people which is good in a sense that it gets the product in the…

  • Marshall JMD50

    Marshall JMD50 - "Trash!!!"


    Marshall is been known for the great straight ahead rock 'n roll guitar amplifiers. They have been around for decades now have been pretty much the catalyst for most hard rock and metal bands. They've been used all over the world and pretty much ever…

  • Marshall 2061X

    Marshall 2061X - "small but big sound"


    I bought the Marshall 206 amp when I was stationed in Germany and have taken it everywhere. This amp has been played in Iraq, Paris France, all over Germany, Ibiza Spain, A majority of places here in the U.S.A. and now in the Virginia and North Carol…

  • Marshall MG30DFX

    Marshall MG30DFX - "Great phaser"


    This Marshall MG30DFX has loads of amazing sounds built in, from the absolutely shiniest clean to the phasiest delayful reverberations full of tonal variations and zoological machinations. Everything's adjustable. Start with the amp set on clean and …

  • Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981]

    Marshall 1959 JMP Super Lead [1967-1981] - "Awesome amp!!!"


    Marshall amps are probably the finest amplifiers for the hard rock and metal type guitar players. They have a great tone and are very addicting to play. These are probably the most iconic and easily recognizable amplifiers and all of music. The only …

  • Marshall MG15CFR

    Marshall MG15CFR - "Cool little combo"


    This thing is quite amazing for the price. This is a 15 watt practice amp by Marshall that sounds fantastic. It has two channels and each channel shares the same EQ such as bass middle and treble. What is also great about this amp is the ability to p…

  • Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue

    Marshall 2203 JCM800 Reissue - "The original hard rock head..."


    The Marshall 2203x is a reissue of the amp that was THE big cheese head in the eighties for rock or metal. Whether you had a stock one or a modded one, anybody who had one had great tone. It took the Master Volume JMP and kicked things up a notch wit…

  • Marshall DSL401

    Marshall DSL401 - "Junk..."


    The Marshall DSL 401 is a 40 watt 1x12 combo version of the famed DSL head that is available in 50 or 100 watt models. It features two channels, a clean and a drive. The drive channel has two modes, OD1 which is more of a vintage voiced tone a-la the…

  • Marshall 1960B [1990-Current]

    Marshall 1960B [1990-Current] - "The standard 4x12"


    The Marshall 1960b cabinet is the straight front 4x12 that they have been making for many years. It's a very common cab to find on stages around the world and it is widely praised for it's fantastic tone with a wide variety of different amps as well …