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Marshall MG user reviews

  • Marshall MG412A

    Marshall MG412A - "Blehh...."

    01/25/12

    The Marshall MG412A is the company's cheapest level cab and is meant to go with their solid state MG100 head, or act as a 4x12 rig for those who can't afford a 4x12 of a higher calibre. It's actually slightly smaller than the conventional 1960 cab wh…

  • Marshall G50RCD

    Marshall G50RCD - "Not a bad intro amp"

    08/01/11

    This is Marshall's attempt at the introductory amps for the beginner or low budget guitar players. For the quiet player it has a headphone input so if you desire to play at home quietly or in your office this is a great feature. This is the same …

  • Marshall G80RCD

    Marshall G80RCD - "Too loud"

    07/12/11

    This is Marshall attempt at the introductory amps for the beginner or low budget guitar players. Along with the reverb in the the amp it has several other effects such as Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Delay. For the quiet player it has a headphone input s…

  • Marshall G30RCD

    Marshall G30RCD - "Not a bad practice amp"

    06/22/11

    This is Marshall attempt at the introductory amps for the beginner or low budget guitar players. Along with the reverb in the the amp it has several other effects such as Chorus, Phaser, Flanger, Delay. For the quiet player it has a headphone input s…

  • Marshall G50RCD

    Marshall G50RCD - Darkside38190's review

    08/15/07

    50-watt solid-state amp (big watts, I should add!) 12" marshall speaker (I think) Two channels, one clean and one overdrive/distortion, effects loop, line out, and footswitch! Separate EQ for each channel, which is nice, but...they are not ver…

  • Marshall G50RCD

    Marshall G50RCD - foolk's review

    04/20/05

    50-watt solid-state amp, 12" speaker 2 Channels: clean (3-band EQ, volume) and boost (2-band EQ, contour, gain, volume). One reverb, one footswitch to switch channels UTILIZATION The amp is very easy to use, you simply have to plug in and toggle …

  • Marshall G80RCD

    Marshall G80RCD - "Marshall MG 80 RCD"

    04/28/04

    I bought this from sound control Leeds, paid £250, i wanted a louder amp that would not sound as small as my mg mkII 10 watt amp, I wanted something with a large speaker cone and a lot of power to gig with, and get more clarity. This amp is great fo…

  • Marshall G80RCD

    Marshall G80RCD - "Marshall G80RCD"

    12/30/03

    I bought this amp brand new at George's Music in Jacksonville FL. It sounded great when I first bought it There's really nothign I like about it. I've barely had it a year, and I've replaced so many fuses and had so many wiring problems, it's more …

  • Marshall G30RCD

    Marshall G30RCD - "Marshall MG Series: G30RCD"

    01/24/03

    Purchased from Bailey Brothers Music in Birmingham, AL after a long, determined search for a decently priced, but good quality practice amp. Paid $140 for a slightly dinged, but new floor model. I like to play rock and blues on my Fender Nashville T…

  • Marshall G80RCD

    Marshall G80RCD - "Marshall MG-80RCD"

    04/06/02

    I bought my Marshall on the Musician's Friend website, and paid $390 USD, and it came with a free cover. I really like this amp, and I haven't had any problems with it. It has 80 watts of power @ 8 ohms with 2 channels. CLean and Crunch on this 1st …